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Approved IFCC Recommendation on Definitions of Quantities and Conventions Related to Blood Gases and pH
Terminology in blood pH and gas analysis can be confusing, both because more than one name has been used for the same quantity, and because the same name has been used for more than one quantity. In addition, several ...
Structure, Validity and Significance for Medical Cognitive Processes
Modern medicine employs laboratory findings to a great extent in medical cognitive and decision processes. As supposedly "hard" data, the value of such findings is frequently incorrectly assessed. So far, no comprehensive ...
Automated Turbidimetry of Serum Lipoprotein(a)
We describe a simple iminunoturbidimetric method for quantifying lipoprotein(a) in serum based on latex-enhanced particle agglutination technology. Carboxylated latex particles (diameter 240 nm) covalently coated with ...
Glucosebestimmung in Venen- und Kapillarblut mit der Glucosedehydrogenase-Methode in einer neuen Hämolysierlösung am AutoAnalyzer II
Es wird eine neue Hämolysierlösung für die Glucosebestimmung mit der Glucosedehydrogenase-Methode am AutoAnalyzer H beschrieben. Außerdem wurde ein Vergleich mit einer anderen Hämolysierlösung (Boehringer) durchgeführt. ...
Is Glucose a Reliable Index of Carbohydrate Metabolism
The determination of glucose concentration is the most frequently used clinical laboratory test. It was the current vehemence in discussions about the judgement criteria for the diagnosis and monitoring of diabetes that ...
Rapid and Easy Procedure for the Determination of Immunoglobulin Class and Light Chain Type of Anti-Lactate Dehydrogenase Antibodies in Macro-Lactate Dehydrogenase
We developed an easy to perform and rapid method for determination of the immunoglobulin class and light chain type of anti-enzyme antibodies present in macro-enzymes. The procedure is a combination of two routinely ...
Dye-Binding Method for Rapid Colorimetric Determination of the Cholestasis Charaterizing Lipoprotein-X
Serum lipoproteins were stained by the addition of Sudan Black B solution. The normal lipoproteins and the excess of Sudan Black were removed with heparin and zinc acetate solution. The abnormal lipoprotein-X remained ...