Evaluation of 99th percentile and reference change values of the hs-cTnI method using ADVIA Centaur XTP platform: A multicenter study.

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Summary of "Evaluation of 99th percentile and reference change values of the hs-cTnI method using ADVIA Centaur XTP platform: A multicenter study."

According to quality specifications required by international guidelines, the evaluation of the 99th URL value is a very difficult task that is usually beyond the capacity of a single laboratory. The aims of this article are to report and discuss the results of a multicenter study concerning the evaluation of the 99th percentile URL and reference change (RCV) of the ADVIA Centaur High-Sensitivity Troponin I (TNIH), recently distributed to the Italian clinical laboratories.


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Name: Clinica chimica acta; international journal of clinical chemistry
ISSN: 1873-3492


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