True sed rate testing: An established tool for the clinical laboratory
4 October 2021

The erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) is an established diagnostic blood test that is routinely used in the clinical laboratory as a non-specific marker of inflammation and infection. New, alternative techniques that build on the tried and tested Westergren sedimentation method aim to provide faster, equivalent results. However, these results are often extrapolated ESR values that are difficult to correlate with established normal patient ranges.

In this free application eBook, the importance of a ‘true’ sedimentation rate is stressed. Download your copy to find out how you can push your diagnostic blood tests to higher levels of accuracy and precision with Streck's 'Diesse' line of ESR instrumentation.