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eJIFCC - Vol 31 n° 4

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eJIFCC Volume 31 no 4 - 2020

In this issue: Ethics in laboratory medicine
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1Foreword: Ethics in laboratory medicine
Guest editor: Nilda E. Fink
2Codes of ethics for laboratory medicine: definition, structure and procedures – a narrative review based on existing national codes
Richard X. Davey
3Ethics in laboratory medicine: perspectives and challenges in resource limited settings
Sudip Kumar Datta
4Research ethics committees in laboratory medicine
Lamis Beshir
5Conflicts of interest and an approach to managing them
Nilda E. Fink
6A framework to ethically approach incidental findings in genetic research
Lamis Beshir
7Ethics and the electronic health record: description of an integrating system of electronic health records in Argentina and a proposal to shift towards a patient-centered conception
Julián Verona
8How does the MedTech Europe Code of Ethical Business Practice affect the activities of professional societies in laboratory medicine?
Valdas Banys
9The clinical laboratory: a key player in diagnosis and management of COVID-19
Sojit Tomo, Sreenivasulu Karli, Karthick Dharmalingam, Dharmveer Yadav, Praveen Sharma
10Broadening the list of differential diagnosis for acute abdomen – a case report from Nepal
Vivek Pant, Keyoor Gautam, Devish Pyakurel, Aabha Shrestha, Santosh Pradhan, Neeraj Joshi
11Galactorrhoea and hyperprolactinaemia in a non-pregnant female with burns
Marli van Heerden, Dineo Mabuza
12Improved COVID-19 testing by extraction-free SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR
Khelil Mohamed Mokhtar

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