Laboratory Reports

Properly configured laboratory reports include all of the information necessary for the correct interpretation of the significance of assay findings. Elements of the laboratory report that should be present include the source and a description of the sample, the date the sample was received by the laboratory, the date the testing was completed by the laboratory, the name and location of the testing laboratory, the interpretation of the test results (where interpretation is helpful), recommendations for additional testing (if appropriate), description of the analytical method(s) used, identification of components of the analysis that were performed by subcontracted laboratories, signature of the individual responsible for the content of the report, and documentation of review of the report by a competent authority

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