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Measurement of potassium at all concentrations tested showed no statistically significant interference effect attributable to the presence of DCLHb. Only the B1 coefficient was significantly different from zero, as is to be expected if the assay is appropriately measuring potassium.
(6), we evaluated the effect of various concentrations of DCLHb on four different analytes measured on the Hitachi 747.
Interpretation of our interference plot simply requires knowledge of the DCLHb concentration, measured independently, and the apparent analyte concentration measured in the specimen.
As can readily be seen in the interference plots, the more stringent the criteria for allowable bias, the more likely that the presence of DCLHb will preclude reporting of the measured value.
(Deerfield, IL) for supplying the DCLHb (HemAssist) and DCLHb diluent used in this study.
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