X/Lab] Video Tutorial


  The LIS for Clinical Chemistry.  

[X/LAB] Video Tutorial

Our LIS for laboratory medicine supports the complete routine in the laboratory. From order placement and reporting of findings to billing. Of course including multi-level validation, quality control and sample management.

Here you get an overview of the possibilities of the DORNER [X/Lab]!

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Hello [X/Lab]!

X/Lab] is our oldest program. It's primarily for clinical chemistry. You can cover all areas with it, whether it's coagulation, hematology, or clinical chemistry.

In this video, you can expect a first glimpse into our soon to be four decades of further development [X/Lab] - the LIS for the "Clinical".

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Master data management in [X/Lab]

Before we can use our [X/Lab], the master data must first be maintained. This video gives a first insight into our web-based central master data management.

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Analysis procedure in the [X/Lab]

Before an analysis can be performed, it must first be created in LIS. In this video, we show you how easy it is to do this in our central master data management (CMM) for [X/Lab].

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Sort targets in the [X/Lab]

ToDo lists for workstations? Whether manual workstations or those with devices: Things are always orderly in the lab as long as you maintain the sort targets of our central master data management (CMM) for [X/Lab].

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Format definition in [X/Lab]

As a rule, laboratories offer a wide range of tests. As different as the procedures are, so are the values in which the results are communicated. In this video we show how we have solved this problem.

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Workstations in the [X/Lab]

Each laboratory consists of different workstations. Different tasks are performed at these. Manual workstations and those with equipment; both in a wide variety of designs. To accommodate these differences, there are a number of parameters in our central master data management.

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Normal ranges in the [X/Lab]

Once a measured value has been determined, it is assessed in comparison with its normal range. If a value is within its normal range, it is considered "normal. If it is below or above it, it is abnormal. However, these normal ranges vary depending on age, gender or, for example, pregnancy. In this video, we show how we do justice to this diversity of normality.

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Text modules in the [X/Lab]

The use of the text modules saves a lot of time. In this video we show how.

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Material in the [X/Lab]

To conclude our series on central master data management, we take a precise look at what is probably one of the most essential areas: the material.

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Registration at the [X/Lab]

After the master data have all been maintained, you are ready to go. Even when logging in, there is a whole range of settings which, when selected, make working in the laboratory a simple exercise!

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Order entry in the [X/Lab]

The way in which the order enters [X/Lab] or whether it is even created manually is of secondary importance. More important for the work in the laboratory is how you can work with the order once it is there. All functions around the sample receipt confirmation, order extension, subsequent demand and other possibilities are described in this video.

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Worklists in the [X/Lab]

Hundreds or thousands of tasks arise in the laboratory every day. In order not to lose track of completed, upcoming and pending tasks, we make use of the tried and tested work lists.

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Results recording in the [X/Lab]

If the sample is analysed on a device that is connected to our [X/Lab] via an online operator, the result including quality control is automatically transmitted. But it also offers a number of simplifications to a manual workstation!

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Device overview in the [X/Lab]

The heart of the [X/Lab], the technical validation, is the graphically extremely appealing control center, the device overview.

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Medical Validation in the [X/Lab]

Medical validation should be kept as simple as possible. After all, enormous quantities of results have to be validated here.

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Order navigation in the [X/Lab]

The intuitive icon bar houses the most important functional areas of the [X/Lab]. Within the job, there is an icon field at the top with important information about the job. In this video, you will not only learn what is hidden behind the buttons.

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DIFF Keyboard in [X/Lab]

The DIFF keyboard is one of the most popular features of our [X/Lab]. In this video we show why.

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l-Expert (expert system) in the [X/Lab].

l-Expert is the set of rules and expert system of our [X/Lab]. Many of the time-consuming tasks in the lab can be automated with it and thus save time. This video is about the l-Expert, the [X/Lab] rules and expert system.

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Findings printout in the [X/Lab]

The report is what the senders of a laboratory are waiting for. It is definitely looked at! The impression it makes undoubtedly indicates the laboratory.
Of course, all results must first be clearly and correctly presented! But with the variety and complexity of tests, as well as the structure and organization of the laboratories themselves, this is anything but a matter of course. In this video, you will learn how we still manage to deliver at the highest level, especially in terms of content, but not just as visually.

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