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Validation of the Hemo_Control instrument for determination of B-haemoglobin concentration in primary health care

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Validation of the Hemo_Control instrument for determination of B-haemoglobin concentration in primary health care. / Aakre, Kristin; Bliksrud, Yngve; Frøyshov, Bess; Hager, Helle; Hansen, Anne; Janukonyte, Jurgita; Lauterlein, Jens-Jacob; Lilleholt, Kristin; Løhne, Kari; Männistö, Tuija; Miettola, Satu; Pelanti, Jonna; Samson, Mie; Skauby, Ragnhild; Tuuti, Eija; Zelvyte, Inga.

I: Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation, Bind 69, Nr. 8, 2009, s. 817-21.

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Aakre, K, Bliksrud, Y, Frøyshov, B, Hager, H, Hansen, A, Janukonyte, J, Lauterlein, J-J, Lilleholt, K, Løhne, K, Männistö, T, Miettola, S, Pelanti, J, Samson, M, Skauby, R, Tuuti, E & Zelvyte, I 2009, 'Validation of the Hemo_Control instrument for determination of B-haemoglobin concentration in primary health care', Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation, bind 69, nr. 8, s. 817-21. https://doi.org/10.3109/00365510903329651

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Aakre, K., Bliksrud, Y., Frøyshov, B., Hager, H., Hansen, A., Janukonyte, J., ... Zelvyte, I. (2009). Validation of the Hemo_Control instrument for determination of B-haemoglobin concentration in primary health care. Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation, 69(8), 817-21. https://doi.org/10.3109/00365510903329651

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Aakre K, Bliksrud Y, Frøyshov B, Hager H, Hansen A, Janukonyte J o.a. Validation of the Hemo_Control instrument for determination of B-haemoglobin concentration in primary health care. Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation. 2009;69(8):817-21. https://doi.org/10.3109/00365510903329651

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Aakre, Kristin ; Bliksrud, Yngve ; Frøyshov, Bess ; Hager, Helle ; Hansen, Anne ; Janukonyte, Jurgita ; Lauterlein, Jens-Jacob ; Lilleholt, Kristin ; Løhne, Kari ; Männistö, Tuija ; Miettola, Satu ; Pelanti, Jonna ; Samson, Mie ; Skauby, Ragnhild ; Tuuti, Eija ; Zelvyte, Inga. / Validation of the Hemo_Control instrument for determination of B-haemoglobin concentration in primary health care. I: Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation. 2009 ; Bind 69, Nr. 8. s. 817-21.

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title = "Validation of the Hemo_Control instrument for determination of B-haemoglobin concentration in primary health care",
abstract = "OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the analytical performance of a new portable haemoglobinometer, Hemo_Control (EKF-diagnostic, GmbH, Germany), which measures haemoglobin concentration in venous and capillary samples. METHOD: The within series and between series imprecision of the Hemo_Control instrument were calculated after measuring the concentration of venous samples under standardized conditions; by experienced laboratory technicians in a hospital laboratory, and venous and capillary samples under conditions similar to where the instrument is intended for use; by personnel at two primary health care centres. The bias of the Hemo_Control instrument was calculated as the difference between its results and results obtained with a Coulter LH 750 instrument traceable to the ICSH reference method. RESULTS: The uncertainty of the Hemo_Control instrument for venous samples was lower than the quality goal of +/- 5{\%} considered acceptable for patient care. High within series imprecision (5.5{\%}) was observed for measurements of capillary blood samples in one of the primary care centres, whereas adequate analytical performance was obtained at the other centre. The Hemo_Control instrument showed negligible bias of +0.8 g/L for both venous and capillary samples in primary health care. CONCLUSION: The observed uncertainty indicates that Hemo_Control is appropriate for near patient testing using venous samples. Capillary samples may be used if sampling skills are adequate.",
author = "Kristin Aakre and Yngve Bliksrud and Bess Fr{\o}yshov and Helle Hager and Anne Hansen and Jurgita Janukonyte and Jens-Jacob Lauterlein and Kristin Lilleholt and Kari L{\o}hne and Tuija M{\"a}nnist{\"o} and Satu Miettola and Jonna Pelanti and Mie Samson and Ragnhild Skauby and Eija Tuuti and Inga Zelvyte",
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T1 - Validation of the Hemo_Control instrument for determination of B-haemoglobin concentration in primary health care

AU - Aakre, Kristin

AU - Bliksrud, Yngve

AU - Frøyshov, Bess

AU - Hager, Helle

AU - Hansen, Anne

AU - Janukonyte, Jurgita

AU - Lauterlein, Jens-Jacob

AU - Lilleholt, Kristin

AU - Løhne, Kari

AU - Männistö, Tuija

AU - Miettola, Satu

AU - Pelanti, Jonna

AU - Samson, Mie

AU - Skauby, Ragnhild

AU - Tuuti, Eija

AU - Zelvyte, Inga

N1 - Keywords: Capillaries; Hemoglobinometry; Hemoglobins; Humans; Laboratories, Hospital; Primary Health Care; Veins

PY - 2009

Y1 - 2009

N2 - OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the analytical performance of a new portable haemoglobinometer, Hemo_Control (EKF-diagnostic, GmbH, Germany), which measures haemoglobin concentration in venous and capillary samples. METHOD: The within series and between series imprecision of the Hemo_Control instrument were calculated after measuring the concentration of venous samples under standardized conditions; by experienced laboratory technicians in a hospital laboratory, and venous and capillary samples under conditions similar to where the instrument is intended for use; by personnel at two primary health care centres. The bias of the Hemo_Control instrument was calculated as the difference between its results and results obtained with a Coulter LH 750 instrument traceable to the ICSH reference method. RESULTS: The uncertainty of the Hemo_Control instrument for venous samples was lower than the quality goal of +/- 5% considered acceptable for patient care. High within series imprecision (5.5%) was observed for measurements of capillary blood samples in one of the primary care centres, whereas adequate analytical performance was obtained at the other centre. The Hemo_Control instrument showed negligible bias of +0.8 g/L for both venous and capillary samples in primary health care. CONCLUSION: The observed uncertainty indicates that Hemo_Control is appropriate for near patient testing using venous samples. Capillary samples may be used if sampling skills are adequate.

AB - OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the analytical performance of a new portable haemoglobinometer, Hemo_Control (EKF-diagnostic, GmbH, Germany), which measures haemoglobin concentration in venous and capillary samples. METHOD: The within series and between series imprecision of the Hemo_Control instrument were calculated after measuring the concentration of venous samples under standardized conditions; by experienced laboratory technicians in a hospital laboratory, and venous and capillary samples under conditions similar to where the instrument is intended for use; by personnel at two primary health care centres. The bias of the Hemo_Control instrument was calculated as the difference between its results and results obtained with a Coulter LH 750 instrument traceable to the ICSH reference method. RESULTS: The uncertainty of the Hemo_Control instrument for venous samples was lower than the quality goal of +/- 5% considered acceptable for patient care. High within series imprecision (5.5%) was observed for measurements of capillary blood samples in one of the primary care centres, whereas adequate analytical performance was obtained at the other centre. The Hemo_Control instrument showed negligible bias of +0.8 g/L for both venous and capillary samples in primary health care. CONCLUSION: The observed uncertainty indicates that Hemo_Control is appropriate for near patient testing using venous samples. Capillary samples may be used if sampling skills are adequate.

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DO - 10.3109/00365510903329651

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 20001335

VL - 69

SP - 817

EP - 821

JO - Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation

JF - Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation

SN - 0036-5513

IS - 8

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