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collection

(Accumulation), noun accession, acervation, acervus, acquisition, addition, aggregate, aggregation, amassment, amount accrued, compilation, concentration, congestus, conglomerate, convergence, cumulation, group, growth by addition, heap, hoard, mass, obtainment, pile, stockpile, store
Associated concepts: collection of trust funds

collection

(Assembly), noun aggregation, association, audience, colligation, collocation, conflux, congregation, conventicle, convention, crowd, forgathering, gathering, group, ingathering, meet, meeting, multitude, muster, rally, reassembly, throng
Associated concepts: freedom of assembly

collection

(Payment), noun acquittance, amends, bearing the cost, cash payment, clearance, compensatio, compensation, contribution, defrayal, disbursement, discharge, enforcement of judggent, expenditure, fulfillment, full satisfaction, guerdon, indemnification, indemnity, installment, making amends, money paid, paying for, payment, price, propitiation, quid pro quo, quittance, receipted payment, recompense, redress, reimbursement, remission, remittance, remuneration, reparation, repayment, requital, restitution, restoration
Associated concepts: collecting bank, collection agencies, collection agent, collection and payment, collection attorrey, collection districts, collection of money, collection of taxes, collection officer, for collection only endorsements
See also: agglomeration, aggregate, assemblage, assembly, band, code, combination, compilation, conglomeration, congregation, corpus, cumulation, depository, digest, hoard, levy, store
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DOT-regulated urine specimen collections are an important part of employment and workplace screenings.
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0 can now be used on laptops, PC's and additional mobile devices to reduce duplication of efforts and speed up workflow by efficiently enabling positive patient ID and specimen collection at the patient bedside.
The potential for misdiagnosis, misidentification, and other errors increases with the incorporation of human or manual processes, and that has been the spur for efforts to automate specimen collection.
The Contractor shall conduct urine specimen collection for drug testing and breath alcohol testing of certain safety sensitive and non-safety sensitive personnel in accordance with the terms and conditions and Specifications set forth herein.
Today, systems are available that enable barcode specimen collection with bedside label printing, and they are game-changers.
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We describe the role of transmission electron microscopy in viral diagnosis and outbreak management; methods for specimen collection, preparation, and examination; laboratory safety and quality control; and the differential morphologic diagnosis of infectious agents.
The reliability and accuracy of coagulation test results depend upon a variety of variables, including anticoagulant volume and concentration, type of tube additive, duration and temperature of specimen storage, and surface of containers used for specimen collection and storage.
Because specimen collection is just one of their many job functions, it is easy to see why mislabeling errors can be even higher in specimens they collect.