Substance concentration increment (subst.c.incr.)

Abbreviation

Subst.c.incr.

Definition in words

Increase of substance concentration of component B in system 1

Definition by equation

Systematic terms

Substance concentration increment of component B in system 1
Ratio scale
  • Value sets are positive numerical values
  • Algebraic operations are allowed (a=nb; a≠nb)
Numerical values from 0-∞

Unit

fmol/L, pmol/L, nmol/L, μmol/L, mmol/L, mol/L, etc.

Reference

Ferard G, Dybkaer R, Fuentes-Arderiu X. Compendium of Terminology and Nomenclature of Properties in Clinical Laboratory Sciences : Recommendations 2016. 1 ed: Royal Society of Chemistry; 2016. 182 p. doi:10.1039/9781782622451.

Laboratory field

Example

Clinical Chemistry

Generic abbreviated
NPU08502 B—Glucose; subst.c.incr.(max. c. minus 0 min c.; proc.) = ? mmol/L
Full result NPU08502 Blood—Glucose; substance concentration increment(maximum concentration minus 0 minimum concentration; procedure) = 6 millimol per litre
Abbreviated result NPU08502 B—Glucose; subst.c.incr.(max. c. minus 0 min c.; proc.) = 6 mmol/L
Written expression The substance concentration increment of Glucose in Mr. Smith’s blood is [6] mmol/L. The measurement is performed according to a procedure defined by the laboratory. The calculation is the difference between the maximum substance concentration and the minimum substance concentration in a specific period of time.
Equation

Reference

  • Kind-of-property

    • Nominal kind-of-property

    • Kind-of-quantity

      • Unitary kind-of-quantity

        • Rational unitary kind-of-quantity

          • Substance concentration increment

Reference

  • Dybkaer R. Concept system on ‘quantity’: formation and terminology. Accredit Qual Assur. 2013;18(3):253-60.
  • Dybkaer R. ISO terminological analysis of the VIM3 concepts ‘quantity’ and ‘kind-of-quantity’. Metrologia. 2010;47(3):127-34.
Date Term Note
1996-01-01 Substance concentration increment Term established
Date Notes

Example

2019-09-05 The results are always positive numeric values.