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The Health Protection Agency (now Public Health England) introduced a national Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the serological diagnosis of syphilis in 2007.1 A national audit at that time revealed concerns about testing regimes and reporting delays.2
A reaudit in London and Eastern England in 2011 investigated the impact of the SOP on the speed of result reporting and on patient care. Laboratories received a questionnaire and non-responders were contacted by telephone. A planned national reaudit was interrupted due to the release of a Medical Device Alert for an EIA for …
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