I am about to prepare a talk that would compare two tests in the medical field. The old test requires 5 different sites of the organ to be sampled in order to have a result. The other test (which is the newly proposed) requires only one and gives more meaningful results. If I were to say this in bullets how can I express this idea in short? The nearest thing came to my mind is:
- Test A is sample-demanding while test B is not.
- Test B is five times more tissue-sparing than test A.
I am not sure which one sounds correct, or is there any better way to say it?
I am surprised to find one of the answers disappearing. The answer that disappeared was the correct answer and I cannot accept any other answer unless the same one who disappeared comes back to accept his answer.