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Nya gemensamma nordiska referensintervall inom klinisk kemi. Bättre bas för klinisk bedömning och samarbete

Simonsson, Per LU ; Mårtensson, Arne and Rustad, Pål (2004) In Läkartidningen 101(10). p.5-901
Abstract
A project engaging the five Nordic countries has presented common reference intervals for the most frequently used biochemical and haematological analytes. The results are based on samples from up to 3000 healthy adult reference persons and are statistically calculated to include 95 % of the reference population’s values. Reference samples were analyzed together with commutable control materials traceable to reference methods (IMEP-17). Enzymes were analyzed using methods traceable to IFCC reference methods. The Swedish Society of Clinical Chemistry now recommends its member laboratories to introduce the new reference intervals and new enzyme methods during 2004.
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New common reference intervals for clinical chemistry in the Nordic countries. A better basis for clinical assessment and cooperation
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Blood Chemical Analysis: standards, Laboratories: standards, International Cooperation, Human, Guidelines, English Abstract, Adult, Decision Making, Clinical Chemistry Tests: standards, Chemistry, Clinical: standards, Practice Guidelines, Reference Values, Scandinavia
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Läkartidningen
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101
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10
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5 - 901
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Swedish Medical Association
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  • scopus:1642311881
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0023-7205
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Swedish
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d3035ce1-97e4-4fbe-a315-865f617f09fa (old id 122936)
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  author       = {Simonsson, Per and Mårtensson, Arne and Rustad, Pål},
  issn         = {0023-7205},
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  language     = {swe},
  number       = {10},
  pages        = {5--901},
  publisher    = {Swedish Medical Association},
  series       = {Läkartidningen},
  title        = {Nya gemensamma nordiska referensintervall inom klinisk kemi. Bättre bas för klinisk bedömning och samarbete},
  volume       = {101},
  year         = {2004},
}