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All Wales Clinical Biochemistry Audit Group

Please see below a list of audits, and documentation, carried out by the All Wales Clinical Biochemistry Audit Group.

Biochemical Investigation of Menopausal Status and Monitoring of Hormone Replacement Therapy

Clinical Guidance for the Investigation of Hyperprolactinaemia

Performance of the Oral Glucose Tolerance Test

Standards for Analysis of Cerebrospinal Fluid  CSF for Xanthochromia

Standards for Investigation of Porphyria

Standards for Laboratory Investigation of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome PCOS

Standards for Measurement of Ammonia in Blood

Standards for Monitoring Glycaemic Control in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus

Standards for Multiple Blood Gas Analysers in the same Trust

Standards for PSA Prostate Specific Antigen Measurement

Standards for Screening for Cushing's Syndrome

Standards for the Biochemical Investigation of Inherited Metabolic Disease in Children

Standards for the Investigation of Macroprolactinaemia

Standards for the Investigation of Serum and Urine Paraproteins

Standards for the Investigation of Short Stature in Children

Standards for the Laboratory Investigation of Renal Stone Disease

Standards for the Laboratory Investigation of Suspected Phaeochromocytoma in Adults

Standards for the Performance and Interpretation of the Short Synacthen Tetracosactide Test in investigating suspected Adrenocortical Insufficiency

Standards for the Provision and Reporting of Lipid Analyses

Standards for the Use of Automated Immunoassay Analysers

Standards for Thyroid Function Testing Strategies

Trace Element Analyses and Monitoring of Total Parenteral Nutrition

Urine Microalbumin Testing in Screening for Diabetic Nephropathy

 

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Updated 28th February 2014

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