Data mining of reference intervals for coagulation screening tests in adult patients.

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Summary of "Data mining of reference intervals for coagulation screening tests in adult patients."

Appropriate reference intervals are essential when evaluating laboratory test results. However, establishment of reference intervals is challenging, especially for coagulation screening tests, and uncertainty exists regarding age- and sex-dependency of test results. Data mining of laboratory information systems is an emerging approach to reference interval determination, and we evaluated its applicability to coagulation tests.


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


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