Validating laboratory tests

Laboratory test method validation typically refers tothe multi-tiered process of evaluating the performance of a new instrument or test methodology, often in relation to an instrument or methodology that is currently in use.In its broadest sense, method validation comprises the evaluation of test performance following a change in reagents, instruments, methodology, or-unique to veterinary clinical laboratories—introduction of a new species.

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