Churchill Livingstone, 1990 - Blood - 217 pages
This is not just a new edition, but a compliment to the original volume. It covers new ground, such as blood group serology and haematinic, haemoglobin, red cell enzyme and coagulation assays. Emphasis is placed upon methodology and quality control in the laboratory and how this can be implemented.
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Quality assessment schemes
Standardization of multiparameter instruments for blood cell
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activity AHG reagents AHG tests albumin algorithm analyser anti-D antibodies anticoagulant aPTT assay automated average batch bias blood cell blood count blood samples buffer Bull’s calculated calibration citrate agar Clinical Pathology coagulation cobalamin control material control procedures control rule counters Cusum detection determined dilution distribution evaluation Factor VIII false ferritin fibrinogen folate haematocrit haematology Haemoglobin A2 haemoglobin concentration haemolysate heparin instrument Journal of Clinical laboratory levels limits MCHC mean measured monitoring multi-rule NEQAS normal obtained OK OK OK parameters patient samples performance plasma platelet platelet count prothrombin quality assurance quality control quantitative random error range reagents red cell red cell count red cell enzyme red cell indices routine saline scheme sera serology serum specific stabilized standard deviation systematic error Table techniques thalassaemia thrombin thromboplastin transfusion tubes values variation volume whole blood controls