5 edition of Pediatric reference intervals found in the catalog.
Pediatric reference intervals
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Steven J. Soldin, Carlo Brugnara, Edward C. Wong ; editor emeritus, Jocelyn M. Hicks.|
|Contributions||Soldin, Steven J., Brugnara, Carlo., Wong, Edward C., 1962-|
|LC Classifications||RJ51.L3 P455 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007009058|
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Pediatric Reference Intervals, Eighth Edition, is a must-have for clinical chemists, hematologists, pathologists, endocrinologists and trusted source enhances interpretation of patient results, allows comparison of test results using different methods, and.
The seventh edition of Pediatric Reference Intervals is a valuable reference providing instant and accurate reference intervals for over chemistry and hematology analytes in an alphabetized, user-friendly format.
Changes to this edition include new analytes in the Chemistry section, including C-peptide, haptoglobin, and insulin; new analytes in the Hematology section, Cited by: Pediatric Reference Intervals is a must, not only for laboratorians, but also for clinicians (such as pediatricians, endocrinologists, hematologists); however, for those who already own a copy of the fourth edition that is not yet worn out, the few new pages added to this edition do not justify by: 2.
A reference interval is generally defined as the central 95% (between the th and th percentiles) of measured analyte concentrations from a reference or “healthy” population. 1 A reference population refers to a population of healthy individuals.
Reference intervals should be calculated specifically for each laboratory method and should be calculated for specific. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pediatric reference intervals.
Washington, DC: AACC Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource. BACKGROUND: Reference intervals are crucial tools aiding clinicians when making medical decisions.
However, for children such values often are lacking or incomplete. The present study combines data from separate pediatric reference interval studies of Denmark and Sweden in order to increase sample size and to include also pre-school children Cited by: 1. "The seventh edition of Pediatric reference intervals is a valuable reference providing instant and accurate reference intervals for over chemistry and hematology analytes in an alphabetized, user-friendly format.
Pediatric Reference Intervals, 7th Edition by Steven J. Soldin Book condition: New Book Description. Free Online Library: Pediatric reference intervals, 7th ed.(Brief article, Book review) by "Reference & Research Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Books Book reviews.
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Pediatric Reference Intervals (Soldin, Pediatric Reference Intervals) (7th Edition) by Steven J. Soldin (Editor), Edward C. Wong (Editor), Carlo Brugnara (Editor), Offie P.
Soldin (Editor) Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / The seventh edition of Pediatric Reference Intervals is a Book Edition: 7th Edition. Pediatric reference intervals (PRI) are age-related and often also gender-related intervals that must be used to interpret testing in the pediatric population.
Establishing reference intervals is problematic at the best of times because of the need to use healthy individuals to. chapter 7: pediatric reference intervals. chapter 8: chapter pediatric laboratory testing for specific endocrine conditions. chapter Many reference intervals are based on individuals between 21 and years of age.
Thus, a need for establishing pediatric-specific reference intervals still exists. Defining Pre-Analytical and Analytical Conditions The quality of laboratory.
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Pediatric Reference Intervals (Soldin, Pediatric Reference Intervals) by Steven J. Soldin, Edward C. Wong, Carlo Brugnara, Offie P. Soldin, Steven J.
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Inthe authors should use the correct terminology and term the data “reference intervals” rather than “reference ranges”. In spite of the criticisms, this book does provide a valuable data source. Pediatric reference intervals for FSH, LH, estradiol, T3, free T3, cortisol, and growth hormone on the DPC IMMULITE Soldin OP(1), Hoffman EG, Waring MA, Soldin SJ.
Author information: (1)Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington DCby: Listed in this appendix are pediatric normal ranges for some of the more common hematology and chemistry tests along with the references from which they were obtained.
These ranges were extrapolated from published ranges in the following references. And Oski, Frank A. "Hematology of Infancy and Childhood", third addition, The fourth edition of Pediatric Reference Ranges is a valuable reference providing instant and accurate reference ranges for chemistry and hematology analytes in an alphabetized, user-friendly format.
Reference ranges are provided for many new analytes, such as dihydrotestosterone, estrone, iodide, pregnenolone, and zinc protoporphyrin. Several new. - Buy Pediatric Reference Intervals, 6th Edition book online at best prices in india on Read Pediatric Reference Intervals, 6th Edition book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Paperback.
Abstract Background: Accurate reference intervals (RIs) based on a healthy pediatric population are essential for pediatric test result interpretation. The CALIPER project has recruited a large healthy cohort and completed a series of a priori studies to address gaps in pediatric RIs.
As immunoassays from different manufacturers for endocrine and special Cited by: 2.Pediatric Reference Ranges HEMATOLOGY: days days days days WBC K/mm3 - - - - RBC M/mm3 - - - - Hgb g/dL - - - - Hct % 40 - 57 31 - 45 27 - 38 29 - 37 MCV fL 91 - 90 - 83 - 96 74 - 88 MCH pg 31 - 36 30 - 35 28 - 33 24 - 30File Size: KB.