deciliter


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decilitre

(US), deciliter
one tenth of a litre

deciliter

[′des·ə‚lēd·ər]
(mechanics)
A unit of volume, equal to 0.1 liter, or 10-4 cubic meter.
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The considered "safe" blood lead has been lowered by increments of 10 through the years and until just recently, a level below 10 micrograms per deciliter was deemed safe and required no discussion or treatment.
Succimer is only approved for children whose blood lead-levels exceed 45 micrograms per deciliter," according to NIEHS documents.
In another study involving steers and heifers grazing warm-season grasses at Gainesville, Florida, Hammond and colleagues pinpointed 9 to 12 milligrams of blood urea nitrogen per deciliter of blood as a turning point for balanced feeding programs.
2 One microgram is one millionth of a gram, and one deciliter equals 100 milliliters.
Forty-six of 71 "cultural products" tested had lead levels about 1 microgram per deciliter.
The policy in question states that Medicare won't pay for Amgen's anemia drugs and J&J's Procrit when a patient's hemoglobin count exceeds 10 grams a deciliter of blood.
004 from the refractometer value for each gram of glucose per deciliter of urine.
Lead exposure in the United States plummeted after the 1978 ban on lead paint, when the CDC reported that 88% of children aged 1 through 5 had blood lead levels above the level of concern of 10 micrograms per deciliter ([micro]g/dL).
Researchers assigned 762 gout patients with serum uric acid concentrations of at least 8 mg per deciliter (mg/dl) to receive either allopurinol (the most commonly prescribed gout drug) or one of two different doses of febuxostat, with a primary goal of lowering uric acid levels to less than 6 mg/dl.
23 micrograms per deciliter ([micro]g/dl) of blood in the last report to 1.
The change was statistically significant only in patients whose final total serum cholesterol level was lower than 148 milligrams per deciliter (mg.
The Lipitor knocked LDL ("bad") cholesterol down to 79 milligrams per deciliter of blood (mg/dL), while the Pravachol takers' LDL averaged 110 mg/dL.