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Principles and Performance Characteristics of Automated Platelet Counting Methods

Overview

In this webinar, different principles used for counting platelets will be reviewed. A case-based approach will be followed to examine the effect of circulating interferences on the performance of each option.

 

Speaker

Donald R Wright, BS MT (ASCP) SH

 

Objectives
  • Discuss how platelet counts are determined by different automated methods
  • Compare how specific interferences impact the reliability of platelet counts produced by various technologies
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CONTRIBUTORS

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Donald Wright, BS MT (ASCP) SH (Retired)
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