Target value assignment
To determine these target values, we use analytical methods that guarantee the highest level of accuracy and precision of the measurement results. These so-called “reference measurement procedure” are internationally recognised as calibration methods and listed by the Joint Committee for Traceability in Laboratory Medicine (JCTLM).
These reference measurement procedure are used in the calibration lab to ascertain target values for medical laboratories for around 30 analytes in accordance with the Guideline of the German Medical Association (RiLiBÄK).
The lab also certifies control and calibration materials for these parameters as a calibration service. This is used by manufacturers of analysis equipment for measurement traceability.
If you would like to use our calibration service, please note the following information on sample shipment from you as a customer to our calibration laboratory:
Information on sample shipment
The shipment must be organized according to the hazard potential of the sample material, e.g. according to UN3373 Biological Substances Category B.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Biological substances of category A must be rejected by the calibration laboratory.
Make sure that the storage conditions can be met during transport, e.g. that the insulation packaging and the amount of refrigerant are appropriate for the duration of the transport.
Please arrange the delivery date as precisely as possible with the calibration laboratory and inform the laboratory of all necessary specifications for handling your samples.