TIME SPENT ON PERFORMING DIAGNOSTIC STUDIES FOR PCR AND ELISA
Keywords:time expenditure, diagnostic studies of PCR and ELISA
Timing observations are carried out to determine the time spent on performing veterinary work by their types and elements. We compiled tables on the names of state veterinary services based on the study of one sample of pathological material by PCR, time and ELISA. The resulting time expenditures for the elements of work in several measurement indicators are compiled into statistical series. The arithmetic mean of the statistical series is determined. Indicators are used to establish scientifically based norms of time for performing various veterinary work. The time limit for one performer is usually set in minutes, when the work is performed by a group of performers - per person - in minutes. The annual rate of time spent on preparatory and final work is determined by multiplying the daily rate of time spent on the number of working days per year, i.e. for 279 days.
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