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Die Referenzhandbücher zu den Analysatoren wurden in der von den Herstellern zur Verfügung gestellten, jeweils neusten Auflage verwendet:

a)       AVL Compact 2, Benutzerhandbuch, Version 2, Rev. 2.0, Februar 1995

b)      Ciba-Corning 860 Operator’s Manual, Medfield, MA, USA 1995

c)       IL 1620 Operator’s Manual, Mai 1996

d)      Nova Biomedical, Benutzerhandbuch, 1995

e)       Radiometer ABL 510 Referenzhandbuch, Kopenhagen, 1996