Red cell distribution wide standard deviation (RDW-SD)

Included in meta analysis

Reference

Reference
Buoro S, Carobene A, Seghezzi M, Manenti B, Dominoni P, Pacioni A, Ceriotti F, Ottomano C and Lippi G, 2018, Clin Chem Lab Med, , , Short- and medium-term biological variation estimates of red blood cell and reticulocyte parameters in healthy subjects

Originally from this reference: Clin Chem Lab Med, Buoro S, Carobene A, Seghezzi M, Manenti B, Dominoni P, Pacioni A, Ceriotti F, Ottomano C and Lippi G, 2018


ID: 0334

Scoring

Total Score

A1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14

Parameter Score
1. Scale A
2. Study Population A
3. Samples A
4. Measurand A
5. Pre-Analytical A
6. Replicate Analysis A
7. Steady State A
8. Outlier Analysis A
9. Normality A
10. Variance Homogeneity A
11. ANOVA A
12. CI A
13. No of Results A
14. Concentrations A
15. Total Score A1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14
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Item Details

Parameter Score
Matrix Whole Blood EDTA
Measurand Red cell distribution wide standard deviation (RDW-SD)
Unit mL / mL
Overall Analytical Principle Method Flow cytometry - Laser
Number of Subjects 9
Number of Subjects included in BV estimation 9
Ethinicity Caucasian
Age Mean / Median
Age Min 18.0
Age Max 64.0
Age SD
Number of Males 9
Number of Females 0
State of Well Being Healthy (excl pregnant)
Study Duration Length 5
Study Duration Units Week
Sampling Intervals, e.g. X sample(s) per Interval Unit 1
Interval Units Week
Sampling Times Start Time: 08.00
End Time: 08.30
Number of Samples 5
Average Number of Samples Used for BV Estimation 5.0
Average Number of Replicates 2.0
Estimates of CVi 1.5
Calculated Confidence Intervals of CVi Lower: 1.18, Upper: 1.99
Estimates of CVg 5.6
Calculated Confidence Intervals of CVg Lower: 3.82, Upper: 10.28
Analytical CV 0.69
Calculated Confidence Intervals of Analytical CV Lower: 0.57, Upper: 0.87
Measurand Mean 40.4
Measurand Min
Measurand Max
Measurand SD

Coding

Parameter Score
Healthy Population true
Adult Population true
Weekly Samplings true
Reviewed true
Published true
Gender for Meta-Analysis Males
Snomed CT
NPU
LOINC
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