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Laboratory findings and their clinical interpretation”is a comprehensive laboratory reference for medical evaluation, which successively completes the entire spectrum of laboratory medicine and updated. The software offers all the content quickly and easily to confirm a clinical diagnosis, course evaluation or therapy monitoring. The parameters are transparently presented and the laboratory tests for every practicing physician to understand interpreted. The common format of a short presentation of the essential content as a summary, followed by a detailed treatise has found application in the present software. Renowned authors from the entire German-speaking world have passed on their knowledge of research in blood, urine, cerebrospinal fluid, and other body fluids in various tables, medical assessments and clinical interpretations.
About the editor Prof. Dr. med. Dr. rer. NAT. Pranav Sinha studied medicine (FU Berlin) and Biochemistry (Glasgow University, Scotland) and operates as a Board member at the Institute of medical and chemical laboratory Diagnostics (IMCL) since 2002 the LKH Klagenfurt in Austria. The IMCL is one of the largest laboratories of in Austria and offers a very comprehensive range of products from the field of laboratory medicine, not only for the LKH Klagenfurt, but also for other hospitals in Carinthia and external contributors, such as such as doctor’s offices.