Automated Reticulocyte Analysis

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Automated Reticulocyte Analysis: New Parameters for Anemia Diagnosis and Therapeutic Monitoring & Improved Precision & Laboratory Efficiency

Automated Hematology: Desirable New Parameters

History of Automated Reticulocyte Counting

Automated Reticulocyte Counting: Methods Available - 1997

Advantages of Automated Reticulocyte Analysis

New Parameters with Automated Reticulocyte Analysis

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Immature Reticulocyte Fraction (IRF) Thiazole Orange by Flow Cytometry

Evidence for Pathophysiologic Relevance of Immature Reticulocyte Fraction (IRF)

Normal Erythopoiesis

Reticulocyte Maturation: in vivo biotinylation (K. Ault)

Bone Marrow Regeneration Response: Consistent Pattern

Erythroid Parameters with Erythropoietic Response

Evaluation of Erythropoiesis: Bivariate IRF and Retic Count Display

Immature Reticulocyte Fraction (IRF): Clinical Utility in Medical Practice

Patterns of IRF and Retic counts in Anemia

Intermethod Correlation Studies

Retic Counts: Inter-method Correlation

IRF: Inter-method Correlation

Reticulocyte Proficiency Testing College of American Pathologists

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Known or Potential Interferents

Controls for Clinical Practice

Reasons for NOT utilizing automated reticulocyte counting

Author: Bruce H. Davis, M.D.


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