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CALIPER Reference Interval Database
A comprehensive, age and sex-stratified reference interval database has been established for over as well as tables of age- and sex-stratified reference intervals. Data can be viewed in both SI and
Paediatric Reference Intervals
CALIPER Reference Interval Database of an individual's result with a reference interval derived from the corresponding reference group. Whether age, sex, and ethnicity-based
Current Gaps and Initiatives in Paediatric Reference Intervals
CALIPER Reference Interval Database biomarkers, while most of the available reference intervals are incomplete, cover a limited age interval and Several large national studies have recently been
used to develop gender- and age-specific reference intervals for multiple blood tests. CALIPER has already developed reference intervals for over 170 blood tests, which can If you are a physician or
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SickKids team launches expanded and updated CALIPER app and website
A diagnostic tool developed by researchers contains “normal” results for blood tests from healthy children called reference intervals. These reference intervals are used by clinicians as a benchmark
SickKids technology opens door to mobile use of CALIPER database
The Division of Clinical Biochemistry, Department of Paediatric Laboratory Medicine, and the Canadian Laboratory Initiative for Paediatric Reference Intervals (CALIPER), an innovative project based at
Filling the gaps: New diagnostic tool reflects today’s diverse Canadian paediatric population
These crucial reference values have existed in Canada, but until now, these numbers have had Canadian Laboratory Initiative on Paediatric Reference Intervals (CALIPER) Project, healthy children and
Award season recognizes SickKids staff
In May and June, members of the health-care and science communities are recognized for their achievements and contributions. James Rutka and Michael Taylor receive Canadian Cancer Society Research

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