Proposed quality specifications for the imprecision and inaccuracy of analytical systems for clinical chemistry.

@article{Fraser1992ProposedQS,
  title={Proposed quality specifications for the imprecision and inaccuracy of analytical systems for clinical chemistry.},
  author={Callum G. Fraser and Peter H Petersen and Carmen Ric{\'o}s and Rainer Haeckel},
  journal={European journal of clinical chemistry and clinical biochemistry : journal of the Forum of European Clinical Chemistry Societies},
  year={1992},
  volume={30 5},
  pages={311-7}
}
A Working Group of the European Group for the Evaluation of Reagents and Analytical Systems in Laboratory Medicine proposes, after detailed study of the advantages and disadvantages of available strategies, the following quality specifications for analytical systems for clinical chemistry. Total imprecision should be: (a) less than one-half of the average within-subject biological variation, or (b) less than the state of the art achieved by the best 0.20 fractile of laboratories, whichever is… CONTINUE READING

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