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What is the difference between results and conclusion?
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What will be the results of urine test for a swollen face and protracted stomach?
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Would the results of a test be accepted in a court case or by an employer who desired the information before hiring the person?
It depends on what the test is, the accuracy of the test, and other factors. If it is a drug test, it is likely that the court and the employer would accept the results unless they suspect that the results were inaccurate or inconclusive. In that case, they would probably request that the person take another test.
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What kind of test produces more accurate results than the ELISA test when testing for HIV?
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What test would be ordered after ELISA test shows a patient is HIV positive?
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Asked in Tuberculosis
Why is it important that we record the test results of a skin test?
If a nurse does a TB test on 150 individuals and three days later "reads" the results on the person's forearm, without documenting each result, the nurse would never remember those results. A written record can then be used in different situations to prove 1. the test was done and 2. the results were negative. The same principles apply regardless of the type of test---no documentation means the test was never done, period.