The accuracy of laboratory measurements in clinical chemistry: a study of 11 routine chemistry analytes in the College of American Pathologists Chemistry Survey with fresh frozen serum, definitive methods, and reference methods.

@article{Ross1998TheAO,
  title={The accuracy of laboratory measurements in clinical chemistry: a study of 11 routine chemistry analytes in the College of American Pathologists Chemistry Survey with fresh frozen serum, definitive methods, and reference methods.},
  author={Jeanne W. Ross and Willis G. Miller and Gary L. Myers and Jens Praestgaard},
  journal={Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine},
  year={1998},
  volume={122 7},
  pages={587-608}
}
CONTEXT Better procedures are needed whereby national proficiency testing survey providers can assess and improve the accuracy of laboratory measurements in clinical chemistry. SETTING The 1994 College of American Pathologists Comprehensive Chemistry Survey. DESIGN This study of matrix effects and the accuracy of laboratory measurements for 11 analytes linked the logistics of the Survey to definitive methods at the National Institutes of Standards and Technology, reference methods at the… CONTINUE READING
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