Vitamin D showcased at 2013 Endocrine Society

Healthcare News | 2013-05-30

Clinical and Analytical Factors Impacting Vitamin D Results

Paul E. Sibley, PhD

Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics

Vitamin D research continues to cover a broad spectrum — clinically and analytically. Siemens is pleased to present an educational seminar that will discuss how clinical and analytical factors such as C3-epimer, vitamin D binding protein (DBP), and D2 supplementation may impact vitamin D values, and how this may impact clinical decisions. It will also discuss how initiatives like the NIH Office of Dietary Supplements Vitamin D Standardization Program (VDSP) will improve standardization of results.

Sunday, June 16th

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Exhibit Theatre Booth 608

Please visit the poster presentations in the Expo Hall, Moscone Center on Sunday, June 16th from 1:45 – 3:45 pm to see new data presented on Vitamin D and TSH.

- SAT-467 A Novel Human TSH Variant Likely Causes Falsely Undetectable TSH Results in Four Commonly Used Immunoassays

- SUN-276: Does Vitamin D Binding Protein Interfere in the Siemens ADVIA Centaur® Vitamin D Total Assay?

- SUN-450: Analytical and clinical performances of the new optimized thyroperoxidase antibody assay on the ADVIA Centaur® Immunoassay Systems


Take your endocrinology practice to the next level.

Siemens is here to provide answers. Visit our booth. Attend our educational workshop. Stop by the poster sessions. At ENDO 2013, you will find answers that help you transform your hospital and laboratory operations and set new standards in patient care.  Our comprehensive product portfolio includes fully coordinated laboratory diagnostics, point-of care testing, and imaging technology. Siemens solutions can help you thrive. 

Visit booth #725 to learn more about Siemens’ products, services, and solutions.

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