15 November 2016 (Tuesday) - Critical Results
Here’s an interesting article. I’ve actually seen it a couple of times recently in various on-line groups.
The gist of it is that we in the lab work hard to get results available quickly. But what do you do with that unexpectedly abnormal one? Obviously it needs to be brought to the attention of someone who is in a position to act on it. But wards are busy; often a phone in the background is the last thing they need.
Mobile technology perhaps…?
Labels: journal review