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able to reason validly

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using or skilled in using analysis (i.e., separating a whole--intellectual or substantial--into its elemental parts or basic principles)

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of a proposition that is necessarily true independent of fact or experience

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Returning to the theme of this article, it is important that a CDS has the functions to perform with the risk assessment and that it remains within the analytical control strategy that defines a procedure's design space.
Microbiologists at the British Analytical Control Agency tested hundreds of students' boots, trainers, pumps and shoes to reach their verdict.
The key is the people--from research, analytical control, process engineering, plant maintenance, and the instrument vendor--all working together to obtain an implementation plan with realistic goals."
Also covered are quality control standards, method validation, ongoing analytical control and the future directions of the industry.
She and her team provide strategic support and operational management for the selection, qualification and oversight of third parties that provide materials and information associated with API, Drug Product, Analytical Control & Monitoring, Clinical Materials, Packaging & Distribution, Device Development and Companion Diagnostic development.
ControlChartPro Live is on-demand, hosted quality control charting software designed to quickly and easily generate analytical control charts for laboratory quality control programs.
It is not advisable to establish QC acceptability criteria TABULAR DATA OMITTED based on the practices evaluated here that employ medically allowable SDs to calculate control limits or impose fixed clinical or analytical control limits directly on control charts.
PAT has three basic components: two that are critical to the definition of process analytical control, and a third that represents a secondary implication with powerful value.
Despite a general trend in the food industry to install suitable traceability systems, the need for analytical control of authenticity and legal conformity has increased over the last few years.
A large part of the Program's technical support comes from the Patuxent Analytical Control Facility (PACF) in Laurel, Maryland.
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