National Survey of Adult and Pediatric Reference Intervals in Clinical Laboratories across Canada: A Report of the CSCC Working Group on Reference Interval Harmonization.

@article{Adeli2017NationalSO,
  title={National Survey of Adult and Pediatric Reference Intervals in Clinical Laboratories across Canada: A Report of the CSCC Working Group on Reference Interval Harmonization.},
  author={Khosrow Adeli and Victoria Higgins and David Seccombe and Christine P. Collier and Cynthia M. Balion and George S. Cembrowski and Allison A Venner and Julie L. V. Shaw},
  journal={Clinical biochemistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={50 16-17},
  pages={925-935}
}
OBJECTIVE Reference intervals are widely used decision-making tools in laboratory medicine, serving as health-associated standards to interpret laboratory test results. Numerous studies have shown wide variation in reference intervals, even between laboratories using assays from the same manufacturer. Lack of consistency in either sample measurement or reference intervals across laboratories challenges the expectation of standardized patient care regardless of testing location. Here, we present… CONTINUE READING

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