CLSI EP33-2016 在医学实验室使用Delta检查.pdf

CLSI EP33-2016 在医学实验室使用Delta检查.pdf

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1st Edition EP33 Use of Delta Checks in the Medical Laboratory This guideline provides approaches for selecting measurands for which delta checks are useful, establishing delta check limits and rules for comparing them to previous results, establishing delta check alerts in the laboratory information system, investigating specimens with delta check alerts, and evaluating the effectiveness of the laboratory’s delta check systems. A guideline for global application developed through the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute consensus process. Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute Setting the standard for quality in medical laboratory testing around the world. The Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) is a not-for-profit membership organization that brings together the varied perspectives and expertise of the worldwide laboratory community for the advancement of a common cause: to foster excellence in laboratory medicine by developing and implementing medical laboratory standards and guidelines that help laboratories fulfill their responsibilities with efficiency, effectiveness, and global applicability. Consensus Process Consensus—the substantial agreement by materially affected, competent, and interested parties—is core to the development of all CLSI documents. It does not always connote unanimous agreement, but does mean that the participants in the development of a consensus document have considered and resolved all relevant objections and accept the resulting agreement. Commenting on Documents CLSI documents undergo periodic evaluation and modification to keep pace with advancements in technologies, procedures, methods, and protocols affecting the laboratory or health care. CLSI’s consensus process depends on experts who volunteer to serve as contributing authors and/or as participants in the reviewing and commenting process. A