Pre-Examination Procedures in Laboratory Diagnostics
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The preanalytical phase is an important component of Laboratory medicine and errors arising in this phase affect the validity of laboratory results. In this book physicians and clinical staff have access to valuable information about the current preanalytical variables and factors (patient preparation, sample collection, handling and processing before analysis).
Die Aussagekraft eines Laborbefundes hängt entscheidend von der Präanalytik ab, also von Prozessen, die vor der eigentlichen Messung der Proben im Labor ablaufen. Dieses Buch beschreibt alle präanalytischen Variablen - Indikation
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The preanalytical phase is an important component of Laboratory medicine and errors arising in this phase affect the validity of laboratory results. In this book physicians and clinical staff have access to valuable information about the current preanalytical variables and factors (patient preparation, sample collection, handling and processing before analysis).
Die Aussagekraft eines Laborbefundes hängt entscheidend von der Präanalytik ab, also von Prozessen, die vor der eigentlichen Messung der Proben im Labor ablaufen. Dieses Buch beschreibt alle präanalytischen Variablen - Indikation der Anforderung über Probengewinnung, Transport und Lagerung der Proben und Vorverarbeitung dieser für die Analyse - und definiert Qualitätskriterien der einzelnen Aspekte im Sinne einer evidenz-basierten Medizin.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: De Gruyter
  • Erscheinungstermin: 28. August 2015
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 244mm x 176mm x 27mm
  • Gewicht: 840g
  • ISBN-13: 9783110331653
  • ISBN-10: 3110331659
  • Artikelnr.: 41721883
Autorenporträt
Walter Guder, München, Germany; Sheshadri Narayanan, Cornell University, New York, USA.
Inhaltsangabe
Preface List of Contributing authors 1. General Part 1.1.Introduction and History of the Preanalytical Phase Guder W.G. 1.2.From Diagnostic Strategies to Guidelines and Pathways. Benefits and Limitations of Laboratory Diagnostic Pathways. Hoffmann G, Aufenanger J, Födinger M, Cadamuro J, von Eckardstein A, Hofmann W. 1.3.Definition of Influence and Interference Factors in the Preanalytical Phase. Guder W.G. 1.4.Extraanalytical Procedures and their Management in Total Turnaround Time Guder W.G.,Wisser H. 2.Types of Samples and Anatomic Site of Origin 2.1.What site of Sampling, Arterial , Venous or Capillary Blood ? Guder W.G., Hagemann P 2.2.Special Preexamination Conditions in Newborns and Pediatric Patients. Vassault A, Couderc R 2.3.Venous Blood Sampling (Phlebotomy) Guder WG, Cornes M. 2.4.Arterial Sampling of Blood Guder W.G., Hagemann P. 2.5.Capillary Sampling of Blood Cornes M, Guder W.G. 2.6.Plasma or Serum? Which Anticoagulant to Use? Guder W.G., Narayanan S. 2.7.Spot or Timed Urine, When and Why? Guder W.G., Delange J 2.8.When are other Body Fluids to be Analyzed Guder W.G. 2.9.Who is doing Phlebotomy in Europe? Simundic A.M. 3.Biological Variables Influencing Laboratory Results 3.1 Age and Gender Differences; unavoidable Influences on Laboratory Results Guder W.G. ,Narayanan S. 3.2 Variables during Sampling Guder W.G., Narayanan S. 3.3 Food, Drinks and Smoking Narayanan S, Guder W.G. 3.4 Effects of Herbs Narayanan S., Young D.S 4.Source and Nature of Interferences of Analytical Procedures. 4.1 The Hemolytic Sample Guder W.G., daFonseca-Wollheim F, Schmitt Y.M., Töpfer G. 4.2 The Lipemic Sample Guder W.G., Nikolac N,Schmitt Y.M., Töpfer G. 4.3 The Icteric Sample Guder W.G., da Fonseca-Wollheim F., Schmitt Y.M., Töpfer G. 4.4 Drug Interferences. Sonntag O. 4.5 Interferences from Blood Sampling Device Materials on Clinical Assays. Part 1 Bowen R.A.R. Adcock - Funk D. 4.6 Interferences from Blood Sampling Device Materials on Clinical Assays, Part 2 Bowen R.A.R., Adcock - Funk D. 5.Sampling Techniques and Professions 5.1 Materials and Techniques of Sampling Blood and other Body Fluids, Contributions of Greiner- Bio-One. Ivanov H, Präuer J, Schimpl M, Castelo-Rose G, Wiesner C, Ehrenfellner T. 5.2 Materials and Techniques of Sampling Blood from Sarstedt. C. Seipelt 5.3 BD Preanalytical Systems - Diagnostic Sample Collection Schlueter K., Church S. 6.Specimen Processing in the Preanalytical Phase 6.1 Sample Transport, Treatment after Arrival, Storage and Disposal Guder W.G., Narayanan S. 6.2 Preanalytical Workflow Techniques and Procedures Streichert T., von Meyer A. 7.Preanalytical Variables and Rules in Specific Fields of Medical Laboratory Diagnostics 7.1 Haemostaseology Dempfle C-E., Toepfer G. 7.2 Haematology including Flow Cytometry of Blood Cells Narayanan S.,Guder W.G. 7.3 Blood Gases, Ions and Electrolytes Simundic A-M. 7.4 Clinical Chemistry: Metabolites, Enzymes, Hormones and Proteins Narayanan S., Guder W.G.. 7.5 Preanalytical Variables in Therapeutic Drug Monitoring Narayanan S,, Agrawal Y. 7.6 Preanalytical Variables in Microbiology Narayanan S, Schuetz N. 7.7 Biobanking Leichtle A., Findeisen P. 8.Quality Assurance and Auditing of the Preanalytical Phase 8.1 Auditing of the Preanalytical Phase Petersmann A., Schlüter K., Nauck M. 8.2 Internal Quality assurance for Preanalytical Phase Cadamuro J. 8.3 External Quality Assurance for the Preanalytical Phase Kristensen G.B.B., Aakre K.M., Kristoffersen A.H., Sandberg S. 9.Annex: Samples and Stability of Analytes Index
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"Einen hervorragenden Überblick über die Problematik und ihre Lösungswege gibt die neue "Bibel der Präanalytik" [...]"Trillium Diagnostik 2017; 15(1): 74 "The book is useful both for primary reading as a quick reference for questions that may arise about the preanalytical process. I recommend it to the bookshelf of clinicians as well as laboratory professionals ."Jay L. Bock in: ALCP 2016