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CLSI Releases Version 3.0 of StatisPro

publication date: Oct 21, 2014
author/source: Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute

The Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) has released an updated version of its feature-rich method evaluation software, StatisPro 3.0.

CLSI logoStatisPro software guides users through protocols to establish and verify test method performance characteristics. The protocols faithfully follow CLSI standards, so users can be confident that their analyses meet regulatory and accreditation requirements.

This new version, StatisPro 3.0, includes an implementation of CLSI document EP09-A3—Measurement Procedure Comparison and Bias Estimation Using Patient Samples; Approved Guideline—Third Edition. New topic areas from this document comprise Deming regression, Passing-Bablok regression, and bias plots. StatisPro 3.0 was also updated to include implementation of CLSI document EP17-A2—Evaluation of Detection Capability for Clinical Laboratory Measurement Procedures; Approved Guideline—Second Edition. The latest information incorporated from this document includes improvements to study design that match new guidelines and limit of detection and limit of quantitation estimation from the precision profile approach.

Use StatisPro 3.0 to avoid errors and complexity when implementing the latest statistics found in the CLSI standards and quickly and easily produce accurate statistical analyses of test methods. StatisPro 3.0 will help laboratories to increase demands for more complex laboratory testing while saving time with quick, easy-to-use software that can guide users through each protocol.

StatisPro can produce reports on analytical accuracy, precision, linearity, limits of detection and quantitation, and reference intervals based on CLSI standards. It can be used to evaluate performance parameters when introducing a new method or reagents or when replacing laboratory instrumentation.

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