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Joget in a Non-Profit Laboratory Project for Doctors without Borders: Episode II

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Running a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) for bloodstream infection analysis, built on Joget
Article contributed by Baptiste, Engineering Coordinator for the Mini-Lab Project, Doctors Without Borders


Since our previous article (link), a lot has happened. We managed to install the first pilot of our laboratory kit, in Port-Au-Prince Haïti, next to a hospital. It is run by one microbiologist and two technicians who, for the moment, are testing all the material, devices and procedures of the lab, including the Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) based on Joget.


Joget runs on a computer acting as a server connected to a local Mini-Lab network to which 3 other devices can be connected. The laboratory is composed of 6 working stations each with a precise function. One computer is dedicated to sample registration on station 1, and another one to the use of the microscope and the digital microplate reader on station 5. Finally, on station 2, the technicians have ac…