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Evaluation of Sysmex XT‐2000 i V analyzer performance across a network of five veterinary laboratories using a commercially available quality control material
Veterinary clinical pathology
Laboratory and instrument harmonization is seldom reported in the veterinary literature despite its advantages to clinical interpretation, including the use of interchangeable results and common reference intervals within a system of laboratories. A three-step process was employed to evaluate and optimize performance and then assess the appropriateness of common reference intervals across a network of six Sysmex XT-2000iV hematology analyzers at 5 commercial veterinary laboratory sites. Thedoi:10.1111/vcp.13016 pmid:34859473 fatcat:7cvyddkzxjcmjay2hfilqxapf4