Critical lab results consensus

It was hard to believe, but there is no consensus about what values should be informed as critical results, neither in the labs of the same organitsacion (ICS). So, a real-time Delphi, methodology “health consensus” (HC), with motivating and participative questions was applied. The physician was expected to choose a numeric value within a scale designed for each analyte. The medians of critical results obtained represent the consensus on critical results for outpatient and inpatient care. [Paper]

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