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There are multiple contexts used to define POCT. Match each statement to the context/aspect of POCT it describes.

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Self-testing or testing performed by personnel such as the intensive care unit (ICU) nursing staff.
Testing performed with small, portable devices that produce results in a faster turnaround time than when sent to the laboratory.
Testing performed in a location such as radiology or the emergency department.
Testing that provides results that are rapidly available for patient care and not performed in the central laboratory.