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According to ISO/IEC 17025, clause 5.4.1, laboratories must “have and use appropriate methods and procedures.” The conjunction “and” infers that methods and procedures are two separate nouns having different meanings; however, ISO/IEC 17025 uses the words interchangeably, which many find confusing.
“Procedures” include sampling, handling, storage, transport, and preparation of items to be tested or calibrated.
Second, we propose validating ASCOT-proxy and ASCOT-ER against ASCOT-CH3 (the care home mixed-methods) and equivalent approach developed for private households (ASCOT- PH).
At this stage we anticipate that this would involve: This project would follow its predecessor project and, we anticipate, would be carried out in the last year of the current QORU timeframe.
The net results are validated and transferable analytical methods that will serve for extended periods of time with minimal or no complications.
It provides readers with both the practical information and the tools necessary to successfully set up a new validation system or upgrade a current system to fully comply with government safety and quality regulations.
For those experienced with method validation, the guide helps to upgrade and improve existing systems.
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Therefore, new analytical methods to be used in forensic and/or clinical toxicology require careful method development and thorough validation of the final method.
This is especially true in the context of quality management and accreditation, which have become matters of increasing relevance in analytical toxicology in recent years.