Meeting the standards for preventing iatrogenic anemia just got easier
Dennis Ernst, August 26, 2021
Authors consider non-compliance rate "very acceptable"
Dennis Ernst, August 11, 2021
Study underscores the increasing risks to healthcare professionals
This blog post summarizes a recent study of verbal and physical violence inflicted on emergency department personnel including phlebotomists by patients.
Dennis Ernst, July 27, 2021
Are your samples baking in the summer sun?
Researchers recently found when blood samples for diagnostic laboratory testing are stored in outdoor lockbox, the results may not be valid.
Dennis Ernst, July 19, 2021
Pandemic depletes inventories
Dennis Ernst, June 09, 2021
A 3% contamination rate won't be acceptable much longer
Dennis Ernst, April 23, 2021
Tech startup raises $3 million
Dennis Ernst, April 16, 2021
Those who draw blood samples should recollect underfilled tubes before leaving the patient
Dennis Ernst, April 12, 2021
If you're struggling with high hemolysis rates, help may be on the way
A discussion on a new device that detects hemolysis in blood samples as soon as they are drawn.
Dennis Ernst, March 10, 2021
Applying the "queueing theory" to preanalytics may be your silver bullet
Dennis Ernst, February 26, 2021