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Webinar: Clinical Factors Impacting Vitamin D Results

Healthcare News | 2013-08-22

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Vitamin D research continues to cover a broad spectrum of clinical and analytical areas of interest. This webinar examines how clinical and analytical factors such as vitamin D binding protein (DBP), 3-epi-25(OH)vitamin D3, and vitamin D2 supplementation may impact vitamin D values, and how these in turn may impact clinical decisions. It also discusses how initiatives such as the NIH Office of Dietary Supplements Vitamin D Standardization Program (VDSP) will improve standardization of results.

Clinical and Analytical Factors Impacting Vitamin D Results

Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Time: 11:00 a.m. EDT / 5:00 p.m. CET

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Speaker:

Paul E.C. Sibley, PhD, Senior Global Commercial Marketing Manager

Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics

Learning objectives:

Learn the value of measuring vitamin D and reference ranges reported in the literature.

Understand the clinical and analytical factors that influence the measurement of vitamin D by immunoassay and how they impacts patient results.

Hear about the implementation of the Vitamin D Standardization Program and the next steps in vitamin D harmonization.

Siemens continues to provide educational opportunities on key topics important to laboratory science and clinical implementation.  We invite you to participate in other Siemens webinars and to check back often.  As your trusted partner, Siemens is committed to helping you stay on the forefront of laboratory medicine.

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