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- Institute of Medicine.in: Kohn L.T. Corrigan J.M. Donaldson M.S. To err is human: building a safer health system. National Academy Press, Washington, DC2000 (Available at:)
- Institute of Medicine. Crossing the quality chasm: a new health system for the 21st century.in: National Academy Press, Washington, DC2001 (Available at:)
- Institute of Medicine.in: Corrigan J.M. Hurtado M.P. Swift E.K. Envisioning the national health care quality report. National Academy Press, Washington, DC2001 (Available at:)
- Corrigan J.M. Eden J. Smith B.M. Leadership by example: coordinating government roles in improving health care quality. National Academy Press, Washington, DC2002 (Available at:)
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Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. National health care quality report (2003). Prepublication copy. Available at: http://www.qualitytools.ahrq.gov/qualityreport/download_report.aspx. Accessed September 29, 2004.
- Reasons for a laboratory's inability to report results for requested analytical tests.Clin Chem. 1998; 44: 2195-2197
- Laboratory blunders revisited.Ann Clin Biochem. 1994; 31: 78-84
- Bedside transfusion errors. a prospective study by the Belgium SAnGUIS Group.Vox Sang. 1994; 66: 117-121
- Errors in blood transfusion in Britain: survey of hospital hematology departments.BMJ. 1994; 308: 1205-1206
- Monitoring transfusionist practices: a strategy for improving transfusion safety.Transfusion. 1994; 34: 11-15
- Serious hazards of transfusion (SHOT) initiative: analysis of the first two annual reports.BMJ. 1999; 319: 16-19
- Errors in laboratory medicine.Clin Chem. 2002; 48: 691-698
- Assessing the effect of mistakes in the total testing process on the quality of patient care.([abstract])in: Martin L. Addison B. Wagner W. Essien J. 1989 Institute on Critical Issues in Health Laboratory Practice. DuPont Press, Wilmington (DE)1989: 173
- Towards optimal laboratory use. Problems in laboratory testing in primary care.JAMA. 1996; 275: 635-639
- Safety of the blood supply in the United States: opportunities and controversies.Ann Intern Med. 1997; 127: 904-909
- Current and emerging infectious risks of blood transfusions.JAMA. 2003; 289: 959-962
Conti N, Hardy G. Reducing laboratory specimen error with handheld technology. Presented at the Second Annual Summit on Patient Safety and Information Technology. Orlando, Florida, July 10–11, 2003.
- Procedures for the handling and processing of blood specimens; approved guideline—second edition.NCCLS, Wayne (PA)1999 (Document H18–A2)
- Continuous monitoring over 2 years decreases identification errors: a College of American Pathologists Q-TRACKS study.Arch Pathol Lab Med. 2002; 126: 808-815
- Elevated serum potassium values: the role of preanalytic variables.Pathol Patterns Reviews. 2004; 121 (in press)