- CLSI (formerly NCCLS): Urinalysis; Approved Guideline - Third Edition. CLSI document GP16-A3 (ISBN 1-56238-687-5). Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute, 940 West Valley Road, Suite 1400, Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087-1898, USA 2009.
Abstract: Urinalysis; Approved Guideline - Third Edition (CLSI document GP16-A3) is written for laboratory and nonlaboratory personnel responsible for the collection, transport, and analysis of urine specimens. The guideline addresses macroscopic evaluation, chemical analysis, and microscopic examination of urine. A step-by-step outline for collecting, transporting, and storing specimens is included. The necessary materials and equipment used in the process are considered.
- The Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation. European Urinalysis Guidelines. Scand J Clin Lab Invest, Vol 60, Supplement 231, 2000. Taylor & Francis Group.
Abstract: The Scandinavian Journal of Clinical and Laboratory Investigation is an international scientific journal covering clinically oriented biochemical and physiological research. Since the journal was launched in 1949, it has been a forum for international laboratory medicine, closely related to and edited by The Scandinavian Society for Clinical Chemistry. The journal contains peer-reviewed articles, editorials, invited reviews, and short technical notes. Additionally, several supplements are published each year, consisting of monographs, and symposium and congress reports covering subjects within clinical chemistry and clinical physiology. The short handling time, currently 14-16 weeks from receipt of manuscript to acceptance, guarantees that the journal is at the forefront in the field of clinical and physiological research. The supplements consist of monographs and symposium reports covering clinical chemistry and clinical physiological subjects.
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