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    The Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists (AACB) has over the past 5 years been actively working to achieve harmonized reference intervals (RIs) for common clinical chemistry analytes using an evidence-based checklist approach where there is sound calibration and metrological traceability. It has now recommended harmonized RIs for 18 common clinical chemistry analytes which are performed in most routine laboratories and these have been endorsed by the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA). In 2017 another group of analytes including urea, albumin and arterial blood gas parameters were considered and suggested harmonized RIs proposed. This report provides an update of those harmonization efforts.


    Gus Koerbin, Ken Sikaris, Graham R D Jones, Robert Flatman, Jillian R Tate, AACB Harmonization Committee for Common Reference Intervals. An update report on the harmonization of adult reference intervals in Australasia. Clinical chemistry and laboratory medicine. 2018 Dec 19;57(1):38-41

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