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Laboratory standard—upper limit of normal range for microalbumin

Metadata item type:Help on this termData Element Concept
METeOR identifier:Help on this term269772
Registration status:Help on this termHealth, Standard 01/03/2005
Definition:Help on this termLaboratory standard for the value of microalbumin that is the upper boundary of the normal reference range.
Context:Help on this termPublic health, health care and clinical settings.

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Object class:Laboratory standard
Definition:Help on this termThe acknowledged measure of comparison of a laboratory test result for the specified laboratory. The measure of comparison can vary between laboratories.
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Property:Upper limit of normal range for microalbumin
Definition:Help on this termThe value of microalbumin that is the upper boundary of the normal reference range.
Property group:Help on this termOrganisational characteristics

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Submitting organisation:Help on this termAustralian Institute of Health and Welfare

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Has been superseded by Laboratory standard—upper limit of normal range for microalbumin Health, Candidate 02/03/2017

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Laboratory standard—upper limit of normal range for microalbumin, albumin/creatinine ratio N[NN].N Health, Standard 01/03/2005

Laboratory standard—upper limit of normal range for microalbumin, total micrograms per minute N[NN].N Health, Standard 01/03/2005

Laboratory standard—upper limit of normal range for microalbumin, total milligrams per 24 hour N[NN].N Health, Standard 01/03/2005

Laboratory standard—upper limit of normal range for microalbumin, total milligrams per litre N[NN].N Health, Standard 01/03/2005

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