LIMS: Applied Information Technology for the Laboratory
Effective laboratory data management is essential for controlling costs and maximizing profits. This book shows how to plan, implement and manage optimum computer systems for individual laboratories. It covers components of automation, as well as the relationship between automation and laboratory information management systems (LIMS). Each LIMS function and feature is discussed separately, and all steps of LIMS training, set up and customization are presented. Also explained are laboratory communications, laboratory computing, justification for LIMS and validation of computer systems.
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Introduction to Laboratory Information Management
Laboratories Laboratory Information Computers
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ACCESS*LIMS analyst analytical testing applications archive automatically backlog barcode labels CANCEL Collection List commercial LIMS components computer software computer system validation customers data acquisition Data Management database DEC LIMS/SM Digital Equipment Corp Enter or Edit Figure hardware hierarchical database in-house instrument interfacing instrument management lab manager laboratory automation LIMS functions LIMS installation LIMS manager LIMS packages LIMS project LIMS software LIMS team LIMS training LIMS users LIMS vendors logged manual results entry Menu minicomputer modules number of samples operation optional relational database results report Review Test Results RLAB sample ID sample LOGIN sample processing sample status sample submitter sample type screen specific test standard subroutine supervisory functions Tailoring TERRIE BAKER MISC Test Code Test Requests testing lab turnaround user-written code validation protocol Varian Associates Worklist worksheet X X X X X X X