Compendium of Terminology and Nomenclature of Properties in Clinical Laboratory Sciences

Book Description:

There has been significant expansion and development in clinical laboratory sciences and, in particular, metrological concepts, definitions and terms since the previous edition of this book was published in 1995. It is of prime importance to standardize laboratory reports for reliable exchange of patient examination data without loss of meaning or accuracy. New disciplines have appeared and the interrelationships between different disciplines within clinical laboratory sciences demand a common structure and language for data exchange, in the laboratory and with the clinicians, necessitating additional coverage in this book. These new sections will be based upon recommendations published by various national, regional, and international bodies especially IUPAC and IFCC. This book groups and updates the recommendations and will be appropriate for laboratory scientists, medical professionals and students in this area.
Title: Compendium of Terminology and Nomenclature of Properties in Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Editor: Georges Fe´rard, Rene´ Dybkaer, Xavier Fuentes-Arderiu
Edition: Illustrated
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
Length: 212 pages
Size: 3.54 MB
Language: English

Compendium of terminology and nomenclature of properties in clinical laboratory sciences: recommendations 2015

Author(s): Georges Férard, René Dybkaer, Xavier Fuentes-Arderiu

Series: Recommendations 2015

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry, Year: 2016

ISBN: 1782621075

[PDF] Compendium of Terminology and Nomenclature of Properties in Clinical Laboratory Sciences Table Of Contents

History of recommendations on properties and units in clinical laboratory sciences
Definitions of some disciplines applied in the clinical laboratory
Conventions and instructions for use
Fundamental concepts in communication of clinical laboratory data
Principles and practice of kinds-of-quantity and units
Requesting, generating, and transmitting clinical laboratory data
Choice and use of kinds-of-quantity for different examination purposes
Kinds-of-quantity of dimension one: SI unit 1
Kinds-of-quantity of dimension other than one
Kinds-of-property without dimensions of the ISQ
Index of abbreviations used for institutions and committees
Index of symbols for kinds-of-quantity and corresponding coherent SI units in clinical laboratory sciences.


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