Pathology laboratories can improve the quality of the analytical results, turnaround time and patient management. The awareness of the pre-analytical variables and their effects on haematology testing is the first step in ensuring that results can become consistently accurate.
Do you wonder if the storage and handling of QC materials influences the results? This article gives examples of how the temperature of the QC material and the mixing affects the measured results and explains also how this situations can be avoided.
This white paper intents to give an overview of the most common types of anaemia with a focus on how haematological parameters such as RET-He and other advanced RBC parameters help to distinguish different causes of anaemia. The white paper also summarises current guidelines and publications on advanced RBC parameters in order to help clinicians in choosing the appropriate treatment for the individual patient.