A regional quality control trial of paediatric bilirubin analyses is described. The overall performance of the group was unsatisfactory with an unacceptably high inter-laboratory variation. The use of a common standard produced improvement in performance but it is concluded that the poor performance was also due to methodological problems. This lack of agreement between laboratories is a major problem when patients are transferred between hospitals.
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