Is this a critical, panic, alarm, urgent, or markedly abnormal result?

Abstract

Medical laboratories often produce clinically unexpected results that require timely clinical evaluation because they herald an imminent life-threatening condition or major clinical deterioration. Laboratories therefore need to proac-tively identify and report such results sooner than would routinely occur, and have policies and procedures that minimize the… (More)
DOI: 10.1373/clinchem.2014.227645

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@article{White2014IsTA, title={Is this a critical, panic, alarm, urgent, or markedly abnormal result?}, author={Graham White and C. A. Campbell and Andrea Rita Horv{\'a}th}, journal={Clinical chemistry}, year={2014}, volume={60 12}, pages={1569-70} }