Quality goals in SKUP evaluations

 

 

The quality goals listed below are goals used in recent evaluations. In some cases, it may be necessary to reconsider the quality goals when new evaluations are prepared.

 

Ratio Scale

Measurand

Unit

Allowable deviation from comparison method for

95 % of results

%

CV

 %

Goal defined in report no.

U—Albumine

mg/L

45,0

10,1

SKUP/2002/18

P—Cholesterol

mmol/L

9,0

3,0

 

P—CRP

mg/L

20,0

8,0

 

P—Creatinine

mmol/L

 

 

P—Glucose*

mmol/L

10,0

5,0

 

P—Glucose**

mmol/L

15,0

5,0

SKUP/2013/100

B—Haemoglobin

mmol/L

5,0

3,0

SKUP/2013/96

B—HbA1c

mmol/mol

8,5

3,0

 

P—HDL-Cholesterol

mmol/L

13,0

4,0

 

P—LDL-Cholesterol

mmol/L

13,0

4,0

 

P—PT (INR)

INR

20,0

5,0

SKUP/2014/104

B—Leucocytes

x109/L

16,0

5,5

SKUP/2006/47

B—Granulocytes

x109/L

23,0

8,1

SKUP/2006/47

B—Lymfocytes

x109/L

21,0

5,2

SKUP/2006/47

B—Monocytes

x109/L

43,0

10,0

SKUP/2006/47

P—Triglycerides

mmol/L

16,0

5,0

 

*For primary health care

**For patient self-testing

 

 

Ordinal Scale

Measurand

Unit

Diagnostic sensitivity

greater than or equal to

%

Diagnostic specificity

greater than or equal to

%

Goal defined in report no.

Strep A

85

95

 

 

 

User-friendliness  

The user-friendliness is assessed according to answers and comments given in a questionnaire. For each question, the evaluator can choose between three given ratings; satisfactory, intermediate and unsatisfactory. The quality goal for user-friendliness is a total rating of satisfactory.

 

  


Last modified: 2020-05-19