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Pre-analytical phase is the most vulnerable part of the total testing process in any clinical trial. The pre-analytical variables
include specimen collection, handling, processing, physiological influences and/or interference factors. Pre-analytics is
considered to be among the greatest challenges to the laboratory fraternity. However, pre-analytical activities, management of
unsuitable specimens and reporting policies are not fully standardized worldwide. There are no internationally accepted guidelines
and recommendations as well as related quality measures available for pre-analytical phase. There is large heterogeneity in the
criteria for sample rejection, the different strategies by which unacceptable samples are managed, processed and test results
reported worldwide. Good practices and compliance with the new strategies for error prevention can lead to a substantial
reduction in pre-analytical errors.
Aparna Jha Ahuja is Lab Director of Clinical Reference Lab, SRL Diagnostics, Gurgaon and also heads Clinical Trials Lab, Biochemistry & specialized
Chemistry. She is a member of core SRL Leadership Teams and has more than 2 decades experience. She completed MBBS (with distinction), MD
(Medical Biochemistry) and PG certificate in hospital management from prestigious Institutes in New Delhi. She is an auditor with NABL (India) and
CAP (US). She has publications in reputed international journals and is Life Member of scientific societies like Indian Medical Association, DMA,
AMBI & ACBI. She has been invited as panelist/chairperson/speaker by media and in several National/International fora like Arab Health Congress,
Indo-US summit and WHO summit. She has organized several CMEs/training sessions/workshops, the recent one being the workshop co-organized with CAP.
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