Read the attached sample EP Evaluator® report. This report represents a very practical use of linear regression in the clinical laboratory. When laboratorians acquire new instrumentation, they must diligently ensure the precision, accuracy and quality of patient results. The sample report shows the comparison of current instrumentation (Dina 1) and new instrumentation (Dina 2) for the determination of BUN (blood urea nitrogen, an analyte commonly tested for the evaluation of kidney function) in patients. For this assignment, your job is to pretend this report was just completed by your employee who is now seeking your approval or disapproval of instrumentation function. Using the results interpretation section provided as a guide, compose a short (limit one page) interpretation of results section. Specifically, comment on the Deming regression slope and intercept, correlation coefficient, sample size and effect of outlier results on data analysis. This does not have to follow APA format.
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