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Einflüsse Auf Klinisch-chemische Meßgrößen

H. Keller
Published 1980 ·

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Die Kenntnis der EinfluBfaktoren auf klinisch-chemische Mesgrosen ist die Voraussetzung fur Indikation und Interpretation klinisch-chemischer Befunde. Eine rationale Basis fur die Anforderung, DurchfUhrung und Beurteilung klinisch-chemischer Tests setzt eine Reihe von a priori-Informationen voraus: 1. Die logische Beziehung, die zwischen der gewahlten Untersuchungsart und der arztlichen Fragestellung hergestellt warden kann 2. die Intraindividual-Faktoren des Patienten 3. die prainstrumentelle Fehlerrate 4. die instrumentelle Fehlerrate 5. den Referenzbereich, der durch transversale oder longitudinal Beobachtung gewonnen wurde.
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