Rapid response: A Whistle-Stop Tour of GOSH Pathology
Simon Heales |
Our “rapid response” laboratory operates at a high throughput 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We refuse to call it a routine laboratory, as I said, because there’s nothing routine about it. One key difference between this and an adult lab is the much smaller sample volume. We have to be highly proficient at conducting tests on very small amounts of sample, because children simply have less blood to give.
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