NGSP

AcronymDefinition
NGSPNational Geodetic Satellite Program
NGSPNeuroscience Graduate Studies Program (Ohio State University; Columbus, OH)
NGSPNext Generation Sensor Producibility (MDA program)
NGSPNational Grain Sorghum Producers (Lubbock, TX)
NGSPNational Geographic School Publishing
NGSPNational Glycohemoglobin Standardization Program
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The analyzers, thanks to the efforts of NGSP and IFCC, have very good CVs.
The NGSP is an outreach effort of the Portable Fuel Container Manufacturers Association.
The current NGSP criterion is stringent; at least 37 of 40 sample results (for samples in the 4%-10% Hb [A.
1c] must be done according to the DCCT method and in a laboratory accredited by the NGSP.
In order to further ensure uniformity in GHb testing, the NGSP is now pushing the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services to make NGSP lab certification a Health Plan Employer Data and Information Set measure.
Replacement statement: According to NGSP, "Laboratories use many different methods for measuring A1C, but some of these methods can give inaccurate results when the patient has a hemoglobin variant such as sickle cell trait or if there is an elevated level of fetal hemoglobin (HbF).
NGSP (the National Glycohemoglobin Standardization Program now uses its acronym as its official name) provides updated tables containing information for most of the commonly used current HbA1c methods for the four most common Hb variants, elevated HbF and carbamylated Hb.
1c] assays in the US are certified by the NGSP (formerly the National Glycohemoglobin Standardization Program) with stringent analytical performance requirements, (b) multiple testing methods and technologies are available and used in laboratory and/or point-of-care (POC) settings, and (c) there is considerable knowledge about the clinical impact of test results.
mean corpuscular volume; NGSP = National Glycohemoglobin Standardization Program; RDW = red blood cell distribution width.