Today we’re delighted to publish the second case study into the use of Analyse-it.
The case study features a national clinical laboratory in the USA that offers more than 2,000 tests and combinations to major commercial and government laboratories. They use Analyse-it to determine analytical performance of automated immunoassays for some of the industry’s leading in-vitro diagnostic device makers -- including Abbott Diagnostics, Bayer Diagnostics, Beckman Coulter and Roche Diagnostics.
Unfortunately we cannot name the end-user, or the organisation she works for, in the case study. Although she was delighted to feature in the case study, at final approval her organisation's committee preferred the names be withheld. Thankfully they have allowed us to use the case study, albeit anonymously.
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Today we’re delighted to publish the first case study into the use of Analyse-it.
Marco Balerna Ph.D., a Clinical Chemist at the in Switzerland, used Analyse-it when replacing the clinical chemistry and immunological analysers in EOC’s laboratories.
Since the EOC provides clinical chemistry services to five large hospitals and three small clinics in the region, it was essential the transition to the new analysers went smoothly. Marco used Analyse-it to ensure the analyser’s performance met the manufacturer’s claims, to ensure the reporting of patient results was not affected, and to comply with the regulations of the EOC’s accreditation.
Overall the project involved comparing performance for 110-115 parameters, comprising over 25,600 measurements with control materials and patient samples.
Marco was so impressed with Analyse-it and the time he saved, that he was very enthusiastic when we asked if we could feature his story in a case study. We would like to publically thank Marco for his co-operation in the case study. Grazie Marco! Salute!