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XI International Congress of Clinical Chemistry

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Frontmatter -- Preface -- Contents -- I. General Aspects -- The Status of Clinical Chemistry -- Ethical Aspects of Clinical Chemis... Weiterlesen
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Frontmatter -- Preface -- Contents -- I. General Aspects -- The Status of Clinical Chemistry -- Ethical Aspects of Clinical Chemistry -- Future of Clinical Chemistry -- Teaching In Clinical Chemistry -- Introduction to symposium -- Clinical Chemistry in the Medical Curriculum -- Teaching in Clinical Chemistry. The Medical Graduate -- Technician and Technologist Training in Clinical Chemistry -- II. Clinical Aspects -- Clinical Chemistry and Hemostasis -- Clinical Chemistry In Intensive Care -- Interdisciplinary Cooperation between Intensive Medicine and Clinical Chemistry -- Biochemistry of the Cardiovascular System in Circulatory Shock -- Metabolism in Shock and Therapeutic Consequences -- Biochemistry of the Lung in Shock - the role of Clinical Chemistry in the Treatment of Respiratory Failure -- Prognostic Value of Enzyme and Acute Phase Protein Determination in Skull Traumatology -- Health Screening -- Clinical Value of Different Tests in Health Screening -- Long-Term Individual Variation in the Concentration of Blood Constituents -- Contribution of Health-Testing Centers to Reference Values Determination -- Risk Factors in Coronary Heart Disease -- Lipoproteins -- The Determination of Apoproteins and their Diagnostic Value in Clinical Chemistry -- Apolipoprotein Disorders -- High Density Lipoproteins: Composition, Analysis, and Significance for Risk Screening and Anti-Risk Factors for Atherosclerosis -- Secondary Dyslipoproteinemias -- Clinical Chemistry As A Tool In Nutrition Research -- Nutrients as Effectors of Enzyme Activity -- Erythrocyte Enzymes as an Indicator for the Assessment of Vitamin and Oligoelement Supply -- Practical Problems for the Clinical Chemist in the Metabolic Ward -- Hospital Malnutrition and the Role of the Clinical Laboratory in the Assessment and Treatment of Nutritional Problems in the Hospital -- Environment As A Source Of Metabolic Changes -- Environmental Factors in Bladder Cancer in Egypt -- Metabolic Bone Disease due to Environment -- Findings in Biochemical Adaption to Chronical Malnutrition -- Repercussion of Geohelminthiasis in Individual Development and Growth Rate -- Recent Advances In The Clinical Biochemistry Of Cancer -- A Perspective of Diagnostic Cancer Biochemistry with Special Reference to Enzymes -- Timor Antigens and Other Tumor Markers: Their Effectiveness in Cancer Diagnosis -- Biochemical Procedures and Cancer Monitoring -- Steroid Hormone-Receptor Interactions And Target Cell Response -- Sex-Hormone Receptors in Normal and Neoplastic Tissue of the Female Reproductive Tract -- Cellular Aspects of Non-Steroidal Antiestrogen Action -- Histochemical Identification Of Steroid Hormone Binding In Neoplasia -- Quantitation of Fluorescent Steroid Ligand Binding by Photon Counting Techniques -- Evaluation of Biochemical and Staining Properties of Direct and Indirect Histochemical Methods for Detection of Steroid Binding Proteins -- Histochemistry of Steroid Receptors from a Biochemical Viewpoint -- Critical Evaluation of Histochemical "Receptor" Assays -- Estrogen Binding Sites in Sections of the Rat Uterus -- Evaluating the Performance of Steroid Receptor Cytochemistry -- Immunofluorescence Detection of Estrogen Receptors with Monoclonal Antibodies. Clinical Correlations of Steroid Binding by Histochenistry in Breast and Prostate Carcinoma -- Comparison of Localisation of Estrogen receptors in Human Mammary Carcinomas using Anti-Receptor Antibodies and FITC-Conjugated BSA-Estradiol -- The Use of Peroxidase-labelled Hormones in the Study of Steroid Binding in Breast Carcinomas -- Histochemical Detection of Oestrogen Receptors: The Edinburgh Experience -- Is Estrogen Receptor-Conjugate Interaction Relevant for the Histochemical Detection of Intracellular Estrogen- Binding? -- Inborn Errors Of Metabolism - New Biochemical And Diagnostic Aspects -- Introduction -- Molecular Heterogeneity in Hyperphenylalaninemia and Phenylketonuria -- Gas Chromatography Detection of Organic Acidemias in the General Clinical Chemistry Laboratory -- Biochemical Basis of Inborn Errors of Purine Metabolism -- Diagnostic Procedures in Lysosomal Enzymopathies -- Hyperammonemia in Pediatrics: A Challenge to Clinical Chemists -- Prenatal Diagnosis Of Genetic Disorders -- Prenatal Diagnosis: Future Trends -- Prenatal Diagnosis: Selected Problems and Quality Assurance -- Prenatal Screening for Hexosaminidase Deficiencies and for Chromosomal Aberrations in Pregnancies at Risk -- Prenatal Diagnosis of Neural Tube Defects -- III. Biochemical Aspects -- Clinical Biochemistry Of Connective Tissue -- Biochemical Changes of Proteoglycans in Joint Disease -- Functional Aspects of Proteoglycans in Tissues and Urine -- Clinical Biochemistry of Collagen, Structure and Metabolism -- Clinical Biochemistry of Inflammation and the Role of Connective Tissue -- Connective Tissue Metabolism in Liver Diseases and its Relevance in Clinical-Chemical Diagnosis -- Membrane Proteins -- Molecular Features of the Cytoskeletal proteins of the Red Cell Membrane -- An Oxidase System in the Plasma Membrane of Phagocytic Leucocytes - Function and Dysfunction -- Membrane Glycoproteins of Leukaemic Cells -- Sialyl transferase Total and Isoenzyme Activity in the Diagnosis of Cancer of the Colon -- Novel Concept on Coupling Mechanism between Na,K-ATPase Antiport Activity and Normal as Malignant Cell Multiplication -- Enzymes of Brush Border Membranes in Health and Disease -- Clinical Chemistry Of Laboratory Animals -- Animals and Drug Safety Evaluation: A Summary -- Comparative Clinical Chemistry: An Overview in laboratory Animals -- Clinical Chemistry in Toxicological Studies -- IV. Methodological Aspects -- Clinical Chemistry And Evaluation Of Drug Effect -- Drug Effect in Clinical Chemistry - Information and Education -- Analytical Interferences: Definition of Protocol -- Effects of Drugs on Neutrophils -- Application of Liver Slices Cultured in Vitro for Hepatotoxicity Studies of Anti-Rheunatic Drugs -- Molecular Basis of Drug-Induced Nephropathies -- Influence of beta-Blocking Agents on Plasma Lipid Concentrations and Lecithin:Cholesterol Acyltransferase (LCAT) Activity -- Laboratory Tests and Drug Effects: Usefulness of a Data Bank -- Data Banks on Drug Effects in Clinical Chemistry -- Systems for Reporting Drug-Diagnostic Test Interactions to Clinicians -- Clinical Toxicology -- Drug Monitoring -- The Role of the Toxicological Laboratory in Monitoring Drugs and Agricultural Poisons -- Monitoring Therapeutic Drugs in Clinical Chemical Laboratories -- Applications of Toxicological Analyses in the Diagnosis and Management of Poisoning -- Analytical Methodology for Determining Drug Metabolite Profiles -- Extraction Procedures in Drug Monitoring -- Therapeutic Drug Monitoring -- The Importance of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring -- The Substrate-Labelled Fluorescent Immunoassay for Therapeutic Drug Monitoring -- A New Automated Rate Immunochemistry System For Quantitation Of Specific Proteins, Rheumatoid Factor And Therapeutic Drugs -- A New Automated Rate Immunochemistry system for the Quantitation of Specific Proteins, rheumatoid Factor Therapeutic Drugs -- Application Of HPLC In Clinical Chemistry -- Some Routine Applications of the High Performance Liquid Chromatography in Clinical Chemistry -- Application of Derivatization Methods to Fluorimetric Detection -- Liquid-Liquid Extraction Systems for the Isolation of Catecholamines from Serum and Urine for HPLC -- High-Performance Liquid Chromatography as a Reference Method for the Determination of Uric Acid in Human Serum -- Fluorescent High Performance Liquid Chromatography for the Determination of Oxosteroids in Biological Fluids Using Dansylhydrazine -- The Separation of Bilirubin Species in Pathological Sera by HPLC -- Analysis of Porphyrins from Human Materials by High Performance Liquid Chromatography -- Determination of HbA1c by High Performance Liquid Chromatography -- Application Of Luminescence In Clinical Chemistry -- Fundamental Aspects of Luminescent Systems Used in Clinical Chemistry -- Instrumentation for Luminescent Assays and the Standardization of Reagents -- The Use of Bacterial Luminescence System for Analytical Applications -- Demonstration of the Differential Measurement of Phagocyte Oxygenation Activities in One Half Microliter (0.5 l). of Whole Blood -- Direct Quantification of Phagocyte Activity in Whole Blood: A Chemilumigenic Probe Approach -- Bioluminescent Determination of Creatine Kinase Activity in Serum -- CK Screening for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy -- A Simplified Method for the Early Detection of Bacterial Growth in Blood Cultures Using Bioluminescent Measurement of ATP -- Assay of Picarole Amounts of Pyrurvate Using a Bioluminescence Reagent Specific for NADH -- Measurements of Glucose and Uric Acid in Biological Fluids by Chemilurainescence -- Trace Elements -- Intakes of Trace Elements -- Sample preparations for analysis of trace metals in biological materials for electrothermal atomic absorption spectrophotometry and its detection limits -- Harmonisation of Trace Metal Analysis in Clinical Biochemistry: A Case Study -- Simultaneous Robinson Back Scatter Electron Microscopy and Energy Dispersive X-Ray Analysis for Localized Elemental Determination -- Ion-Selective Electrodes -- Use of Neutral Carrier Based Electrodes in Biomedical Systems -- Ion-Selective Electrodes in Clinical Chemistry. Determination of Sodium and Potassium -- Current Methods Urinalysis -- Diagnostic Significance of Urinalysis -- Standardized Examination of the Urinary Sediment with the MD-KOVA-System -- Clinical Chemistry Analysis Using Multilayer Film Technology - Kodak Ektachem Products: Principles; Clinical Evaluation And New Developments -- Principles of Multilayer Film Analysis: Colorimetric Analysis Slides -- Principles of Multilayer Film Analysis: Potentiometric Analysis Slides -- Principles of Kodak Multilayer Film Technology: Results of European Multi.-laboratory Evaluations -- Kodak Ektachem 400 Analyzer -- Laboratory Evaluation of the Kodak Ektachem 400 System -- New Developments -- Clinical Evaluation of the Kodak Ektachem 400 Analyzer -- Perspectives Of Dry Reagent Chemistry -- The Future for Small Solid-Phase Analytical Systems -- The SERALYZER Solid-Phase Blood Chemistry System -- New Methods And Applications Of Plasma Protein Analysis -- Enzyme Immunoassays for Trace Protein Measurements -- Methods and Clinical Significance of Prostatic Acid Phosphatase (PAP) Determined by RIA and ELISA -- Diagnostic Significance of SP-1-Determinations -- Separation Techniques Based On Antigen-Antibody Interaction -- Agarose Isoelectric Focusing Followed by Immunoelectrophoresis: A Convenient Technique for the Study of High Molecular Weight Proteins -- Affinity Chromatography. An Emerging Technique in the Clinical laboratory -- Fluoroimmunoassay -- Clinical Applications of Fluoroimmunoassay: An Evaluation in the Diagnosis of Early Prostate Adenocarcinoma -- Fluorescence Immunoassay of Cortisol -- Immunofluorescence -- Introduction To The Topic And Evaluation Of New Reagents -- Standardization In Immunofluorescence -- Autoantibody Testing By Immunofluorescence: Methods, Indications And Interpretations -- Automation Of Immunoassay Techniques -- Nephelometry -- Macro- And Micro-Spheres As Carriers In Immunoassays -- The Adaption Of New Immunoassay Techniques To Automated Systems -- Automation Of Immunoassay Techniques: Methods Using Luminescence -- A Newly Developed Hormonology Assay: A Fully Enzymatic Cycling Technique, Application For Determination Of Estrogens And Androgens -- Enzymatic Assay Of Estrogens: A Further Development In The Enzymatic Determination Of Androgens And A Report On A Two-Year Experiment In Obstetrics And Gynecology -- V. Aspects of Laboratory Organization -- Laboratory Planning And Organisation -- General Aspects -- A Clinician's View Of The Laboratory -- Laboratory Planning And Organization -- Laboratory Planning And Organization -- Laboratory Planning And Organization -- Integrating A Computerized Clinical Laboratory Information System Into A Global Hospital Information System -- Laboratory Organization And Application Of Electronic Data Processing In A Central Laboratory -- Work Flow As A Key To Laboratory Organization -- A Model For A New Evaluation System In Clinical Laboratories -- Clinical Chemistry In A 2000-Bed-Hospital -- Establishment Of Department Of Clinical Chemistry, Inselspital, University Of Berne 1969 -- Planning And Organization Of The Central Laboratory, Department Of Clinical Chemistry And Pathobiodhemistry, Medical Faculty, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule (Kwth), Aachen -- Planning Of A Laboratory And Organisation The Laboratories In The "New" MTU Berlin -- Laboratory Planning And Organization - History Of The Central Laboratory Of The New University Hospital In Münster -- Laboratory Organisation In The Country Hospital Of Salzburg -- Planning Of The Laboratories Of The New Vienna University Hospital -- Planning of the Clinical Chemistry Routine Laboratory of the Future University Clinic of Vienna -- Planning of the Emergency Laboratory of the New University Hospital Vienna -- Computers In Clinical Chemistry -- Dynamic Communication of laboratory Computers with Clinical Chemical Analyzers -- Organization and Installation of the Labor-Computer System MELAS 80 (GFC, Berlin) -- EDP in a Hematological Laboratory -- Medical Utilization Of Clinical Chemistry Information -- Information Theory Applied to the Utilization of Laboratory Data -- How Can Appropriate Transfer of laboratory Information be assured? -- Concepts for the Standardization of Profile Testing -- Quality Control, Experiences And New Aspects -- Introductory Remarks -- Calibration Materials and Control Materials -- The Pole of Reference Methods in Clinical Chemistry -- Models for Statistical Quality Control -- Industrial Research and Development in the Field of Quality Assurance -- Authors' Index -- Subject Index -- Backmatter

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Titel: XI International Congress of Clinical Chemistry
Untertitel: Proceedings, Vienna, Austria, August 30September 5, 1981
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EAN: 9783110861051
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: De Gruyter
Genre: Medizin
Veröffentlichung: 17.07.2019
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Anzahl Seiten: 1575
Auflage: Reprint 2019