UFA

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UFAUnrestricted Free Agent (sports)
UFAUniformed Firefighters Association
UFAUniversité Franco-Allemande (French: Franco-German University; Germany)
UFAUp for Adoption
UFAUnité de Formation par Apprentissage (French: Unit Learning Training)
UFAUniversum Film Ag (German film studios)
UFAUsable Floor Area (building area)
UFAUnited Farmers of Alberta
UFAUnited Fishermen of Alaska
UFAUniversity Faculty Association (various schools)
UFAUtica Free Academy (Utica, New York high school)
UFAUnfinished Furniture Association
UFAUniversity Foundation Award (University of Hull; UK)
UFAUnited Farmers Association
UFAUnited Fishing Association
UFAUnesterified Fatty Acids
UFAUntil Further Advised
UFAUp-Front Agency Co Ltd (Japanese entertainment agency)
UFAUltimate Frisbee Association (gaming)
UFAUniversal Function Approximator
UFAUnsaturated Fatty Acid Auxotroph
UFAUnmanned Fighter Aircraft
UFAUngated Free Access (to copyrights and patents)
UFAUganda Floricultural Association
UFAUnsuitable for Analysis (biological testing)
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Specimens submitted to the clinical laboratory may be rejected as unsuitable for analysis for a variety of reasons, including inaccurate or inadequate labeling of the specimen and defects in specimen quality or quantity.
Rejected specimen: A specimen that was found for any reason to be unsuitable for analysis before initiation of testing or a specimen found, before or after completion of testing, to be mislabeled or otherwise inappropriate as a result of comparison of the specimen label to the requisition form or electronic test order, or comparison of the current test results to previous laboratory results for the same patient (delta check analysis) or to the patient's clinical status.
Bits of fabric, fibres and microscopic material previously thought unsuitable for analysis is now being looked at by experts.
When we applied a 20% increase in FLM II results as a cutoff for unacceptable assay performance, specimens with a RBC count >0.03 x [10.sup.12]/L would be considered unsuitable for analysis.
It should be noted that blood collected in this way is unsuitable for analysis by assays that convert homocysteine to S-adenosylhomocysteine (5).
Rejected Specimen.--A specimen that is judged by the laboratory to be unsuitable for analysis or must be recollected (eg, specimen lost or not received, inadequately labeled or unlabeled, hemolyzed, clotted, of insufficient quantity, or of unacceptable variance with previous or expected results).