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eJIFCC - Vol 29 No 4

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eJIFCC Volume 29 no 4 - 2018

In this issue: Laboratory medicine – meeting the needs of Mediterranean nations (Part 2)
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1Foreword from the editor-in-chief
János Kappelmayer
Improving efficiency in laboratory medicine
2Traceability in laboratory medicine: what is it and why is it important for patients?
Graham H. Beastall
3Laboratory medicine in Palestine
Rania Abu Seir, Osama Najjar
4Inter-laboratory comparisons and EQA in the Mediterranean area
Alexander Haliassos
5An evidence-based laboratory medicine approach to evaluate new laboratory tests
Tommaso Trenti
6Which skills are needed and how they should be gained by laboratory medicine professionals for successful ISO 15189 accreditation
Diler Aslan
Perinatal and pregnancy laboratory medicine
7Prenatal screening for chromosomal abnormalities: where do we stand today in Mediterranean countries?
Demetrios Rizos
8The role of laboratory medicine for health during pregnancy
Adnan Alkhatib
Mediterranean diet and the area’s specific diseases
9Alcohol abuse
Tomáš Zima
10Urinary proteomics in biomarker discovery of kidney-related disorders: diabetic nephropathy and drug-induced nephrotoxicity in chronic headache
Elisa Bellei, Emanuela Monari, Stefania Bergamini, Luigi Alberto Pini, Aldo Tomasi, Tomris Ozben
11Standardization of the HbA2 assay
Renata Paleari, Andrea Mosca
12Surrogate biomarkers for monitoring healthcare quality for chronic diseases such as diabetes care
Diler Aslan
13The role of laboratory medicine in addressing migrant health problems
Adekunle Bashiru Okesina, Ademola Adelekan

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