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Performance Evaluation of STRATUS CS200 for Cardiac Markers

Lee YW, Kim JG

The STRATUS CS200 (Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics Inc., USA) has recently been developed as an on-site diagnostic instrument for assaying several kinds of cardiac markers within a short duration. The precision,...
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Performance Evaluation of the Autokit Total Ketone Bodies

Lee N, Ha C, Yun H, Woo K

In this study, the Autokit Total Ketone Bodies kit (Wako Pure Chemical, Japan), a total ketone measurement assay using an enzymatic method, was evaluated using a Roche Cobas e702 instrument...
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A Questionnaire Survey of Quality Control of Flow Cytometry in Korea and Development of New Quality-Control Materials

Shim JS, Hwang SM, Kim IS, Shin SY, Oh JY, Lee KJ, Kong SY

BACKGROUND: There are few commercial quality-control (QC) materials for internal QC of flow cytometric analysis, especially for leukemia/lymphoma immunophenotyping. The purpose of this study was to investigate the current QC...
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Performance Evaluation of an Automated Microbiological Stainer, KS-S100

Lee SM, Lee HJ, Chang CL

BACKGROUND: There have been few evaluations of the performance of automatic stainers used instead of manual staining in clinical laboratories. We evaluated the performance of an automated stainer, KS-S100 (KS...
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Quality Improvement of Urinalysis Results Based on Automatic Sediment Urinalysis and Urine Strip Results

Lee AJ, Park CG, Bae YC, Jeon CH

BACKGROUND: Microscopic examinations are usually performed to confirm urine sediments in samples flagged in automated urinalysis. The aim of this study was to analyze the review rates and the difference...
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Performance Evaluation of the Afinion AS100 Analyzer for Its Use in the Albumin Creatinine Ratio Test

Lee YW, Kim JG

BACKGROUND: Early detection of moderately increased albuminuria using the albumin-creatinine ratio (ACR) test is very important for preventing renal insufficiency and cardiovascular disease in patients with diabetes. The purpose of...
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