Could Susceptibility to Low Hematocrit Interference Have Compromised the Results of the NICE-SUGAR Trial ?

@inproceedings{LentersWestra2010CouldST,
  title={Could Susceptibility to Low Hematocrit Interference Have Compromised the Results of the NICE-SUGAR Trial ?},
  author={Erna Lenters-Westra and Robbert Jan Slingerland},
  year={2010}
}
statistics for the overall differences in slope and intercept per method for lot numbers 1 and 2 showed significant differences in analytical performance between the 2 lot numbers (P 0.001). The manufacturer provided 2 controls with wide ranges: low control 4.2% to 7.5% and high control 10.5% to 15.3%. The manufacturer should narrow these ranges as was described recently (1). Results of analysis of the analytical performance of the QuoTest showed a high total CV, large bias with 1 lot number… CONTINUE READING

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