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hematocrit

[hi′mad·ə‚krit]
(pathology)
The volume, after centrifugation, occupied by the cellular elements of blood, in relation to the total volume.
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To study late medical effects and quality of life in HCT survivors, researchers analyzed patient data from 366 10-or-more-year HCT survivors and their 309 siblings from the Bone Marrow Transplant Survivor Study, the largest of its kind to date.
With 19,000 students currently enrolled at HCT, and 40 different programmes being offered, the institution has churned out more than 55,000 graduates since inception.
Additionally, selected HCT students will be invited to participate in a Boeing-developed, UAE-based mentorship program.
Another first by the HCT, says the website, was in the UAE digital sphere, with wireless networks sprawling its campuses, enabling faculty and students to study and interact via laptops and mobile devices.
In order to more thoroughly evaluate heart disease risk and development in HCT recipients, Dr.
At HCT, we are committed to providing top-tier higher-learning opportunities across the UAE, and it is encouraging to see companies like du take a leadership role in providing advanced training options for their employees, thereby reaffirming education's role in fostering national growth and prosperity," he added.
Tim Hegstrom, vice provost of academic affairs of HCT.
The online programme will give HCT students information and updates on the latest jobs that are available.
The UAE Innovation Challenge began in 2011, reinforcing a "learning by doing" philosophy to HCT students.
The HCT serves over 22,000 students on 17 men and women's campuses stretched across the whole of the Emirates, with courses in areas such as communications, business, computer & information science, engineering technology, health sciences and education.
The Innovation Challenge pairs Northrop Grumman mentors with HCT students to tackle a real-world engineering project: designing, building and then flying autonomous unmanned aircraft.
As head of the newly established consulate, Al-Saboosi expressed his interest in the continued partnership between HCT and Northrop Grumman.