alert value

alert value

Panic value, see there.
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Laboratory alert value reporting by the clinical laboratory at an academic medical network [in Spanish].
Also, we notice that a red icon is displayed when the value is -1, which is perfect, but a green icon is displayed when the alert value is 1.
There was no alert value for any internal organ disease, especially not for acute pancreatitis as detected by plasma a-amylase in the post-spray plasma.
Chandler's 5-6 that he manges three or less dismissals in the game may alert value seekers.
if applicable, the individual responsible for using the test results when any test result indicates an imminently life-threatening condition, or panic or alert values.'
Other enhancements include highly customizable, color-coded display of metric values to indicate optimal to alert values. These visual cues permit DBAs to quickly identify those areas of the database which demand the most immediate attention.
The use of critical limits for non--life-threatening situations has led others to conclude that these lists should be now be entitled "Vital Laboratory Values" or "Alert Values," rather than critical values.
And it will be such timely, alert values and styles that determine the scale of business Cannon develops.
This is disconcerting given the large amount of data often collected and the need for the laboratory to take responsibility for notifying clinical sites and sponsors when specific test results exceed predefined critical limits (physician alert values).
A meeting between your laboratory director and the infectious disease practitioners and oncologists would be useful in determining the responsibilities of the laboratory for reporting alert values. A count of <500/[micro]L of neutrophils on a newly admitted patient would, of course, require a stat report to the patient's physician.
These alert values are based on a study by Kost who canvassed a large group of American medical centers.
The Tip on reporting "alert values" published in the May 1999 issue of MLO was in response to a specific problem associated with a patient receiving anticoagulant therapy.