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(Clin Biochem Rev[TA])
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  • Calculated Chemistry Parameters - do they need to be harmonised? [Review]
  • CBClin Biochem Rev 2016; 37(3):131-134
  • Hughes D, Doery JC, … Flatman R
  • In clinical chemistry, harmonisation of the testing process is a global initiative with the purpose of improving patient safety, allowing better integration of research data and enabling the use of n...
  • Harmonisation of Osmolal Gap - Can We Use a Common Formula? [Review]
  • CBClin Biochem Rev 2016; 37(3):113-119
  • Choy KW, Wijeratne N, … Doery JC
  • Osmolal gap is the difference between the measured osmolality and a calculated osmolality based on the major commonly measured osmotically active particles. The perceived gap indicates the presence o...
  • Variation in Laboratory Reporting of Haemolysis - a Need for Harmonisation. [Journal Article]
  • CBClin Biochem Rev 2015; 36(4):133-7
  • Petinos P, Gay S, Badrick T
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is a need to harmonise the way laboratories report analytes in the presence of haemolysis. This would involve adopting a uniform definition of HI and a protocol for laboratories to confirm for themselves the level of HI at which each analyte is no longer reported, as this is method dependent and so will vary from laboratory to laboratory.
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