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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.
The determination of the ‘erythrocyte sedimentation rate’ (ESR) is a commonly performed laboratory test with a traditional role. In this article, the mechanism of red blood cell aggregation and sedimentation is described, the standardised procedure is explained and we provide an update on the clinical interpretation of the ESR.
By combining the WDF and WPC measurement channels the sensitivity and specificity for detecting reactive and malignant cells can be optimised. The measurement technology of XR-Series or XN-Series analysers detect the white blood cell functionality and the ‘Extended Inflammation Parameters’ let you quantify the activation status of lymphocytes and neutrophils, and the results can be applied once a malignant condition of the patient has been excluded.