Modular Automation Scores over Total Laboratory Automation
What does TLA stand for?
TLA stands for Total Laboratory Automation
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We have 193 other meanings of TLA in our Acronym Attic
- Timber Laminated Arch (engineering)
- Timber License Agreement (Philippines)
- Time Line Analysis
- Tissue-Like Assemblies
- Top Level Aggregate
- Top Level Alarm
- Top Level Architecture (information security defense-in-depth)
- Top Level Assembly
- Top-Level Administrator (computing)
- Top-Level Aggregation
- Total Living Allowance
- Toulouse Lalande-Aucamville (French rugby club)
- Tournament Life Announcement (chess)
- Toyo Logistics America (Torrance, CA)
- Toyota-Lift of Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA)
- Training Level Assignment
- Transformative Language Arts (Goddard College)
- Transluminal Angioplasty (navigating transluminally through blood vessels to perform angioplasty.
- Transmit Level Adjustment
- Transmitter Launch Amplitude
Samples in periodicals archive:
Olav~s Hospital at the Laboratory Medicine Clinic (LMK), The Departments of Medical Biochemistry (AMB) and Immunology and Transfusion Medicine (AIT) announce a competitive tender for Total Laboratory Automation (TLA).
Applying this study in the view of a community-hospital setting of less than 200 beds where total laboratory automation is not financially practical is worth discussion.
Although an estimated 50 laboratories in North America have undertaken total laboratory automation (TLA) projects, fewer than one-third of these have published on their experience, and only a handful have published details of actual FTE savings.
Total Laboratory Automation (TLA) System: A total automation solution for laboratories that combine several different types of analyzers, integrated systems, and/or workcells with a specimen management and transportation system.
Leading Canadian Laboratory Services Provider to Implement BD Kiestra (TM) Total Laboratory Automation Platform by Third Quarter 2013
These trends started with the development of walkaway testing platforms for all major areas of diagnostic testing; continued with the introduction of molecular diagnostics, progressive automation, and the integration of general chemistry with immunochemistry; and culminated with total laboratory automation, to mention just a few.
Automated specimen processors and transportation systems have been successfully implemented in several high-volume clinical laboratories as part of the implementation of total laboratory automation over the past 10 years (3).