Edited by Donald S. Young, MD, PhD, AACC Effects on Clinical Laboratory Tests: Drugs, Disease, Herbs & Natural Products, is a continuation of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry's famous "Effects on Clinical Laboratory Tests" series edited by Donald S. Young, MD, PhD, Nils Tryding, MD, PhD, Richard B. Friedman, MD, Sheshadri Narayanan, PhD.
Newly expanded and thoroughly revised, AACC Effects is an online database that can help practitioners interpret test results that may have been affected by the pre-analytical presence of a disease, drug, natural product, or other preanalytical variable.
Published by Wiley on behalf of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry, AACC Effects consolidates information on more than 171,000 interactions that may affect lab test results and quickly puts that information at your fingertips in a concise, manageable, user-friendly format.
Online Access Provides Optimum Flexibility
Because AACC Effects is an online resource, you can access the information you need from your smartphone, tablet, or desktop...anywhere internet access is available. In addition, the online format allows for updates on a quarterly basis. The AACC Effects’ robust online search capabilities let you quickly refine your search by est/analyte, factor term, factor class, effect, mechanism, specimen, and ICD-9 (ICD-10 coming soon). With each search, users get a full interaction explanation. Links to PubMed and other resources are embedded.