A number of photoelectric haemoglobinometers have been evaluated as to their suitability for haemoglobinometry in the routine clinical laboratory. They have been tested for accuracy, precision, linearity of response, instrument comparability and, where relevant, for carry-over. The advantages and defects of each are described.
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