A histogram showing time from index screen to rescreen
in the study population is shown in Figure 3.
Fewer than 15% of laboratories limit their rescreen
to the CLIA-mandated 10% rate.
Yesterday, Sydney Airport had to clear the area and rescreen
all passengers after a walk-through security screening device had lost power, resulting in 16 passengers passing through without being properly screened.
If so, here's how to rescreen
it--like a pro, as easy as making a bow.
According to a spokesperson for the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority, it was unclear what the object was but as the bag had already left the screening point a decision was made to rescreen
passengers, The Associated Press reported.
Mann uses dancers as vehicles for movement but also as canvas, projecting video images onto performers, only to film them again and then rescreen
that material on other bodies.
Sydney Airport defended its decision to rescreen
passengers after a security device lost power yesterday afternoon.
Recently updated guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urge providers to rescreen
women 34 months after they've completed treatment for chlamydia.
If a cytotech doesn't find something on a slide ranked by the machine as possibly abnormal, then I can rescreen
it and we can immediately go over the findings.
For example, if one cytotechnologist's results fell outside confidence intervals for two or more months, or in two or more areas of performance foa a single month, we assigned an experienced technologist to rescreen
a random sampling of that person's work.
A woman is said to have wandered away from the screening area while waiting to be secondary screened, prompting officials to evacuate about 200 passengers from the terminal and rescreen
Passengers were evacuated to an area outside the terminals at the airport to enable them to be rescreened
. An aircraft was also called back from the taxiway so that officials could rescreen
the passengers on board.