Saturday, January 8, 2011

White Goo From Lip Piercing

2011: Labmutation committed to the Medical Information bioclinical Biologists.

Friends Biologists, hello.

the edge of the second decade of the twenty-first century, or to be simpler, in early 2011, I present to everyone my best wishes for health and prosperity.

This formality courteous being shipped, let us go on our biological activities.
Did not you feel in your lab, to overwhelm the information and data, so that it becomes less and less easy to have an opinion safe, well built and calmly take a (good) decision? I do.
Between the medical journals, trade forums and Colleagues, opinions diverge and contradict each other. The simplest thing becomes uncertain. As an example, you have benchmarks for TSH. Maybe, but where are they? The supplier? How to prove its origin? Are adapted to the population in my area? And if you plan to change assay (you have everything together on a technical platform), your favorite endocrinologists they end up there?
This kind of questions I posed thirty a day and I can not answer it. So instead of bitching about all year long I do not know what ISO or obscure report, we decided with KW to take the bull by the horns. We'll post it on the blog all technical, biological and clinical as we glean the right and left on behalf of our laboratory but we have to stay consistent selected two themes for this semester:
  • Vitamin D
  • Axis thyrotropic
We hesitate at nothing: not read English articles on PubMed (provided you have access to full text!) or contact the French experts (if they are willing to meet us ..).

course Biologists dear friends, we are counting on you to give us feedback and tell us if such data are useful. Your contributions and comments are welcome.

Bioclinical yours.

GoM and KW (Hoping to keep their promises)


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