Issue No 11+12/2005

Clin. Lab. 2005;51:613-624 Abstract REVIEW ARTICLE

Progression from Hidden to Overt Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Significance of Screening and Importance of the Laboratory

by Ettore Bartoli, Luigi Castello. Pier Paolo Sainaghi, Gian Piero Carnevale Schianca
Clin. Lab. 2005,51:625-632 Abstract ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Reference Intervals for Testosterone, Androstenedione and SHBG Levels in Healthy Females and Males from Birth until Old Age

by Martin W. Elmlinger, Werner Kühnel, Henning Wormstall, Peter Claus Döller
Clin. Lab. 2005;51:633-639 Abstract REVIEW ARTICLE

Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Treatment of Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation: an Update

by Massimo Franchini
Clin. Lab. 2005;51:641-645 Abstract ORIGINAL ARTICLE

A Multi-Center Quality Control Study of Different CA15-3 Immunoassays

by Walter Hubl. Thomas Demant, Steffen Albrecht, Nils Bewarder, Gabriele Grunow, Ruprecht Keller, Rainer Klapdor, Karl-Jürgen Klos, Klaus Kruse, Robert Müller, Ilona Page, Reinhard Schmidt, Heidrun Stolle, Johannes Wiefelspütz, Egon vom Baur, Jörg Zinsmeyer, Manfred Zwirner
Clin. Lab. 2005;51:647-652 Abstract ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Evaluation of Magnesium in Serum and Urine in Patients with Pulmonary Diseases

by Ljudmila Nagorni-Obradović, Svetlana Ignjatović, Vesna Bošnjak-Petrović, Marija Mitić-Milikić
Clin. Lab. 2005;51:653-656 Abstract SHORT COMMUNICATION

Frequently Asked Questions at the Quality Control Centre Switzerland (CSCQ)

by Peter Hagemann, Sylvie Vasej and André Deom
Clin. Lab. 2005;51:657-663 Abstract ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Soluble ST2 Protein in Cardiac Surgery: A Possible Negative Feedback Loop To Prevent Uncontrolled Inflammatory Reactions

by Tamás Szerafin, Markus Brunner, Ambrus Horváth, Lajos Szentgyörgyi, Bernhard Moser, George Boltz-Nitulescu, Árpád Péterffy, Konrad Hoetzenecker, Barbara Steinlechner, Ernst Wolner, Hendrik Jan Ankersmit
Clin. Lab. 2005;51:665-671 Abstract PERSONAL EXPERIENCE

The Preanalyical Phase - Can the Requirements of the DIN-EN-ISO 15189 be Met Practically for All Laboratories? A View of the "German Situation"

by William Graham Wood