PENENTUAN KADAR LIPOPROTEIN RAPATAN TINGGI (HIGH DENSITY) DENGAN DUA PEREAKSI (REAGEN) BERBEDA MENGGUNAKAN HITACHI 902

I. Hutagalung, Mansyur Arif

Abstract


Reagent selection is one of the factors that could influence the quality of laboratory results. The use of open system tools gives the
possibility to choose the best reagents, including the reagent for high density lipoprotein (HDL) determination. The aim of this study
was to compare HDL level determination using two different reagents measured by Hitachi 902. A cross sectional study was done from
January to February 2007 in Ratulangi Medical Centre Laboratory, Makassar. From 47 samples we found that the mean HDL level
using Daichi reagent was 50.47 mg/dl ranging from 45.99 mg/dl to 54.94 mg/dl and the mean using Roche reagent was 56.23 mg/dl
ranging from 50.93 mg/dl to 61.53 mg/dl with p = 0.098, and Pearson Correlation was 0.900 with p = 0.000. There was no significant
difference between HDL level measured by Hitachi 902 using Daichi and Roche reagents.


Keywords


HDL, Hitachi 902, Daichi reagent, Roche reagent

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24293/ijcpml.v15i2.941

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