Since the starter sets of the MCG, RCPath, and NSMB were devised in collaboration between pathologists and clinicians, they were allocated a higher ranking of 2a.
Alert threshold recommendations from the MCG (11), RCPath (40), and NSMB (42) have been developed in collaboration between pathologists and clinicians (rank 2a), and are probably the best official sources currently available for setting alert thresholds.
 Nonstandard abbreviations: ASCP, American Society of Clinical Pathologists; CAP, College of American Pathologists; CCMB, Croatian Chamber of Medical Biochemists; INR, international normalized ratio; ICU, intensive care unit; MCG, Massachusetts consensus group; NSMB, Norwegian Society for Medical Biochemistry; PSLB, Polish Society of Laboratory Diagnostics; RCPath, Royal College of Pathologists (UK).
What surprised me about NSMB being on the DS is how little it makes use of the handheld's unique features, like the dual screens, the touchscreen and stylus.
NSMB has an overhead map that lays out all of the levels: by completing a level, the path opens up to the next one and, while you can rush through the game in a day, where's the fun in that?