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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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A clinical laboratory scientist answering these questions can provide correct information as well as establish a collaborative relationship with the nursing staff.
Clinical laboratory scientists provide the clinical diagnostic services which apply laboratory techniques to the diagnosis and management of patients.
Case study research design offered the best opportunity to explore and document the career paths of women clinical laboratory scientists who held higher education administrator positions.
1) Based on previous research using the Meyer and Allen survey items with clinical laboratory scientists and other allied health professionals, selected organizational (organizational support, role clarity, role conflict), managerial leadership (transformational leadership behavior of supervisor), and demographic variables (years of work experience in the profession, current type of workplace organization, current position, education level, additional certifications) were selected as possible predictors of the three components of organizational commitment.
Reflecting the maturation that has occurred in both fields, it is not enough for clinical laboratory scientists to simply be knowledgeable about the mechanics of information systems.
2 years as certified clinical laboratory scientists.
Current status of US programs for training clinical laboratory scientists and anticipated impact of healthcare reform.
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.
Clinical laboratory scientists will need to stay abreast of their options.
Reasons are given for including each chapter in the book, which should help those trying to use it as a quick reference or for training clinical laboratory scientists and clinical pathology residents.
Experts estimate that clinical laboratory scientists contribute to approximately 70 percent of the healthcare decisions that doctors make, using technical knowledge to determine the presence, extent or absence of disease, and helping other healthcare professionals determine the course of treatment for patients.
Identification and classification of cancerous cells is a multistage process for clinical laboratory scientists.

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