External quality Control of diagnostic Assays and Tests
with a focus on Thrombosis and Haemostasis

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Welcome to the website of the ECAT Foundation.

The ECAT Foundation is a non-profit organisation providing an international External Quality Assessment Programme (EQAP) for laboratories working in the field of haemostasis and thrombosis. The primary aim of the ECAT Foundation is to contribute to quality assessment and improvement of clinical laboratories operating within this field with respect to the diagnosis and treatment of patients.

 

External Quality
Assesment Programme
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Quality control for
POCT
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Education,
newsletters, etc
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rva-50-50

ACCREDITATION

according to ISO/IEC
17043:2010
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Latest news

  • Survey Report Survey 2019-S4September 5, 2019 - 9:25 am

    For participants the Survey Report of Survey 2019-S4 (Screen-I and II) is now available on this website. Please go to “Participant area” (in the top menu), select “Survey Reports”, select “Download reports” and login. After login select Group/Plasma tests and Survey No/2019-S4 and download your report as PDF. If you need any assistance, please contact […]

  • Survey reports Survey 2019-M2August 2, 2019 - 9:28 am

    For participants the Survey Reports of Survey 2019-M2 (Main/Lupus/TGT) are now available on this website. Please go to “Participant area” (in the top menu), select “Survey Reports”, select “Download reports” and login. After login select Group/Plasma tests and Survey No/2019-M2 and download your reports as PDF. If you need any assistance, please contact us at […]

  • Survey report Survey 2019-T2July 26, 2019 - 11:51 am

    For participants the Survey Report of Survey 2019-T2 (ROTEM/TEG) is now available on this website. Please go to “Participant area” (in the top menu), select “Survey Reports”, select “Download reports” and login. After login select Group/Plasma tests and Survey No/2019-T2 and download your report as PDF. If you need any assistance, please contact us at […]

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