Aw: Re: Normal range/reference ranges for text data type
Karsten.Hilbert at gmx.net
Thu Sep 29 07:59:07 EDT 2016
> Yes. That is how this should work but I'm still not sure exactly what the requirement is.
> Can you give a couple of examples of the result values and associated reference ranges?
Assuming I correctly understood the OP I think an example would be:
Blood in urine dipstick:
reference range: negative/none
Typical results given are: + - neg pos ++ +++ ++++ 0 none %
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