ISO System for Management of Medical Laboratory Service: Usefulness and Problemproblem

Viroj Wiwanitkit

Abstract


The Medical Laboratory service is an important job and it is also an important concern in medical field. The use of quality system such as ISO system can be useful in medical work. In this short article, the author discusses on using ISO system for management of medical laboratory service focusing on its usefulness and problems associated with it.


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ISO, Medical, Laboratory, Service

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