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HB

(1) "Hurry back." See digispeak.

(2) (Home Basic) See Windows Vista versions and Windows 7 versions.

HB

1. Abbr. for “hollowback.”
2. Abbr. for hose bib.
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The regulations state that hemoglobin test results and other information "shall be kept confidential and shall not be disclosed to any person other than the individual .
The ability of the CHr test to identify more infants, at an earlier stage of iron deficiency, makes it a better choice for screening than the current hemoglobin test," she added.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, which approved A1cNow as an over-the-counter product, the glycated hemoglobin test should be performed two to four times a year to monitor long-term control over blood glucose levels.
Patient residence is associated with significant differences in the likelihood that a patient received a glycated hemoglobin test.
Dr Uzma Ata, the Administrator Indus Hospital Blood Centre and a clinical pathologist said that a detailed history and physical examination of blood donors including hemoglobin test and blood pressure examination was performed at the camp before accepting the voluntary blood donation.
Also called the HbA1c or glycated hemoglobin test, it tells what the average blood-glucose level was over the past two or three months by measuring the concentration of hemoglobin molecules in red blood cells that have glucose attached to them.
received Food and Drug Administration approval for its home glycated hemoglobin test to help diabetes patients manage their disease.
11) reported disagreement in erythrocyte counts between the UF-100 and the hemoglobin test strip reaction in 6.
Questions related to the two specific guidelines of interest, ie, the eye examination and the glycosylated hemoglobin test, were asked; several synonyms for glycosylated hemoglobin were mentioned, including hemoglobin [A.
which won the acclaim of physicians last summer when it debuted a hemoglobin test kit for use in doctors' offices, is now making the unit available for prescription in-home use.
The new guidelines also make a pitch to refer to the glycosylated hemoglobin test as "[A.
I found it interesting to see that one of the measures of diabetes care is how often a gly-cosylated hemoglobin test is ordered.