Permissible limits for uncertainty of measurement in laboratory medicine.

Abstract

The international standard ISO 15189 requires that medical laboratories estimate the uncertainty of their quantitative test results obtained from patients' specimens. The standard does not provide details how and within which limits the measurement uncertainty should be determined. The most common concept for establishing permissible uncertainty limits is… (More)
DOI: 10.1515/cclm-2014-0874

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@article{Haeckel2015PermissibleLF, title={Permissible limits for uncertainty of measurement in laboratory medicine.}, author={Rainer Haeckel and Werner Wosniok and Ebrhard Gurr and Burkhard Peil}, journal={Clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine}, year={2015}, volume={53 8}, pages={1161-71} }