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Scenario: Applying EBP, continued
The next step in your instrument decision-making process is to search for information and data that help to answer the questions that you formulated. After acquiring and reviewing technical documents from several manufacturers, you narrow your possible choices to two instruments (instrument A and instrument B) that will facilitate your testing menu, meet your budget, and can be installed within your existing facility (utility) space. However, there are still questions that need to be answered and it is important to gather evidence so that you can compare the performance of the two instruments that you are considering and determine which one best meets the needs of your laboratory, your clinicians, and your patient population. Which of the following are examples of evidence?

More than one answer is correct. Please select all correct answers