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Standardization, documentation, and normal values in haematology

International Society of Haematology

Standardization, documentation, and normal values in haematology

2nd transactions of the Standardizing Committee of the European Society of Haematology and proceedings of a symposium held at the 10th Congress of the International Society of Haematology, Stockholm, 30th August and 1st September, 1964.

by International Society of Haematology

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Published by S. Karger in Basel .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hematology -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBoroviczény, Ch. G de,, European Society of Haematology. Standardizing Committee
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRB145 I58 1964
    The Physical Object
    Pagination230p.
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16913355M

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The Standardization for international standards in hematology is well-documented. The 25 papers included in this paperback volume consider principles of standardization, molecular weight of hemoglobin, methods for hemoglobin determination, and normal values for hemoglobin in various countries.

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Boroviczény. The need for international standards in hematology is well-documented. The 25 papers included in this paperback volume consider principles of standardization, molecular weight of hemoglobin, methods for hemoglobin determination, and normal values for hemoglobin in various countries.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: J L Stafford. European Society of Haematology. Standardizing Committee., Standardization, documentation and normal values in haematology.; Colloquium "Standardization of Blood Cell Counts and of Packed Cell Volume Determination",( Strasbourg) Title(s): Standardization in haematology III:.

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A complete blood count (CBC), also known as a full blood count (FBC), is a medical laboratory test that gives information about the cells in a person's test reports the amounts of white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets, the concentration of hemoglobin in the blood, and the hematocrit, which is the percentage of the blood that is made up of red blood cells.

If the analytical performance around these crucial values is uncertain or deviates too much, the new method or analyzer should not be implemented. This paper offers practical guidance on verification and quality control of automated HA and provides an expert opinion on.

This corrected version of ISO includes various editorial corrections. Introduction This International Standard, based upon ISO/IEC and ISOspecifies requirements for competence and quality that are particular to medical laboratories 1.

The purpose of this International Council for Standardization in Haematology (ICSH) document is to provide laboratory guidance for (1) identifying hemostasis (coagulation) tests that have potential patient risk based on analysis, test result, and patient presentations, (2) critical result thresholds, (3) acceptable reporting and documenting.

The essential functions of a haematology laboratory are (1) to provide clinicians with timely, unambiguous and meaningful reports to assist in the clinical diagnosis of disease and to monitor response to treatment; (2) to obtain reliable and reproducible data for health screening and epidemiological studies; and (3) to keep abreast with advancing technology as well as aspects of healthcare.

Proficiency testing results, noncommercial controls, or calibrators, if used, must have complete documentation of standardization and performance characteristics. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR QC & CALIBRATION 4) Training and Qualifications • Laboratory workers who are assigned to carry out QC procedures must have been trained and records must.

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Soc. Int. Europ. Hematol. Rome. Proc. 1, – (). ∼ Applications à l’hématologie des techniques de cytologie générale (Ombrage, contraste de phase, microscopie électronique, cytochimie, ultra. The principles of AFC (Figure 1) are based on hydrodynamically focusing a suspension that is streamed coaxially through a flow chamber so that individual particles pass singly through the focus of a high intensity light le light sources include coherent wave lasers since these provide a very stable light beam that can easily be focused to small dimensions.

Finally, the automated population separator (APS) was able to clearly distinguish clusters of lymphocyte subsets and monocytes in the two normal blood samples distributed for the QC4, suggesting.

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