Sometimes we experience dislocated spots in the analyzing step. Why and what do we do about it?

Sometimes we experience dislocated spots in the analyzing step. Why and what do we do about it?
Dislocated spots should not occur but the spotting procedure is a complex process. Our device works with piezo-technology not getting in contact with the slide as such. If there is a deflection of a single spot, it might not be detected during our internal quality control. MIA should alert in such cases – e.g., giving red circles indicating that customers should check the spot. If it is not clear to which triplicate group the spot belongs I would suggest to flag it as bad. 2 spots are sufficient for getting a positive result.
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As in all diagnostic testing, the diagnosis is made by the physican based on both test results and the patient history.