Kenneth Andrew Sikaris

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Reference intervals are ideally defined on apparently healthy individuals and should be distinguished from clinical decision limits that are derived from known diseased patients. Knowledge of physiological changes is a prerequisite for understanding and developing reference intervals. Reference intervals may differ for various subpopulations because of(More)
C linical pathology has a major influence on clinical decisions and the past 60 years have seen an evolution brought about by advances in information technology and automation. The impact of the ever-changing technology in regard to responsibilities and training therefore needs continual appraisal. In this article, the authors have drawn on their experience(More)
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