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CLS

Abbr. for “Canadian lumber sizes.”

Cls

(1) (CLS) (Common Language Specification) The structure and syntax of .NET and CLI programming languages. See .NET Framework.

(2) (CLear Screen) A DOS/Windows internal command that clears the screen. Cls takes no parameters. To clear the screen, enter:
cls
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The clinical laboratory scientist can be an advocate for the patient by providing consultation to other healthcare professionals as well as educational support.
Clinical laboratory scientists may be employed as health services researchers who focus on some of the most complex and challenging issues currently affecting health care in the world.
Seven of the participants were clinical laboratory scientists with a formal degree in the field.
remain with employer because they want to) for the working clinical laboratory scientists who responded.
In practice, clinical laboratory scientists are called upon to transform information into knowledge on a regular basis.
Assessing the educational preparation of clinical laboratory scientists.
The molecular tests that clinical laboratory scientists and cytotechnologists need to be able to perform in the modern laboratory are very important, but predominantly fall within the categories of relatively simple molecular tests: FISH, PCR and GenProbe type assays.
2) This demonstrates why we as clinical laboratory scientists play a vital role in multipronged disease discovery of early-stage malignancies.
A doctor or a nurse may be the most commonly known career in the healthcare industry, but students throughout Minnesota are learning clinical laboratory scientists have strong career and employment opportunities.
The program -- which includes a public awareness campaign, an Instrument Donation Program, and a variety of Web-based resources for laboratory professionals -- focuses attention on the life-saving work clinical laboratory scientists provide in diagnosing disease and improving health outcomes
Because the ASCP did not accept PhD clinical laboratory scientists into full membership, Dr.
Headed by Former Air Force Lab Director, DeVry's exemplary graduate employment rates position the university to address shortage of clinical laboratory scientists

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