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by Donald S. Young

Effects of Preanalytical Variables on Clinical Laboratory Tests (Effect Series, Vol 3) download ebook
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0915274884
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978-0915274888
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Donald S. Young
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Amer Assn for Clinical Chemistry; 2 edition (January 1, 1997)
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Effects Of Preanalytic. Describes the effect of biological and preanalytical variables affecting a patient or a specimen removed from a patient with a succinct explanation of the mechanism of the effect.

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Since activities in the pre-analytical phase are neither performed entirely in the clinical laboratory nor under the control of laboratory personnel . Young DS. Effects of preanalytical variables on clinical laboratory tests. 3rd ed. Washington, DC: AACCPress, 2007.

Since activities in the pre-analytical phase are neither performed entirely in the clinical laboratory nor under the control of laboratory personnel, they are harder to monitor and improve. Consequently, labs often have focused on improving areas under their direct control while leaving pre-analytical activities to healthcare professionals who have little to no formal training in laboratory medicine. Hernandez J. The Paradox of learning from errors.

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Young DS. Effects of preanalytical variables on clinical laboratory. tests working group on preanalytical variables of the German Society. Washington, DC: AACC Press, 2 nd ed, 1997. Guder, WG. Preanalytical factors and their influence on analytical. quality specifications. Scand J Clin Lab Invest 1999; 59: 545-50. The Quality of Diagnostic Samples. Recommendations of the. working group on preanalytical variables of the German Society. for Clinical Chemistry and the German Society for Laboratory. Darmstadt, Germany: GIT, 2000. Guder WG, Fonseca-Wollheim Fd, Heil W, Schmitt YM, Topfer G, Wisser H, et al. The haemolytic, icteric and lipemic sample.

a "Companion to the books published by the American Association for Clinical Chemistry, entitled Effects of disease on clinical laboratory tests and Effects of drugs on clinical laboratory tests"-Introduction. 504. a Includes bibliographical references (pages 5-1-5-110). 650. 0. a Clinical chemistry v Handbooks, manuals, etc. 9 172677.

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For some parameters the time is very important as they show diurnal variation so laboratory personnel must be aware of it for giving right values and right diagnosis. For some analytes as cortisol morning and evening levels are different so the laboratory may provide different time related normal ranges.

Clinical Chemistry Trainee Council. Clinical Case Studies. D. S. Young, D. W. Thomas, R. B. Friedman, L. C. Pestaner. Back to top. In this issue. Vol. 18, Issue 10. October 1972. Clinical Chemistry Guide to Scientific Writing. Published October 1972. Find this author on Google Scholar. Find this author on PubMed.

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Describes the effect of biological and preanalytical variables affecting a patient or a specimen removed from a patient with a succinct explanation of the mechanism of the effect.