hematocrit

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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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It is possible that personnel performing a spun microhematocrit could mistakenly use a heparinized tube with an anticoagulated blood sample.
During treatment, results of the microhematocrit, PCR, and anti-T.
STI), located in Altamonte Springs, Florida, designs, manufactures, and markets tabletop microhematocrit centrifuge systems and markets the related consumables.
The PCV was determined with a microhematocrit centrifuge (12,000g for 5 minutes); hemoglobin concentration was determined by cyanmethemoglobin method (Labtest kit, Lagoa Santana, MG, Brazil) in a semiautomatic hematology analyzer (Mindray BA88A) after centrifugation of lysates.
Hematocrit values (% red blood cells) were determined in heparinized capillary tubes after centrifugation in a standard microhematocrit centrifuge at 12,000 g for 5 min; the capillary tube was compared to a reference scale.
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The HemataSTAT II is a sell-contained, portable microhematocrit centrifuge.
Blood samples were collected once per 2-week trapping session from the suborbital venous plexus by using a microhematocrit capillary tube (length 75 mm, diameter 1.
Recent studies looking at deferral rates have shown that switching to the HemoCue Donor Hb Checker system from microhematocrit methods may reduce donor deferral rates.
After the microhematocrit was measured in duplicate, the blood was centrifuged to remove red cells and 25 [micro]L of plasma was spotted in duplicate onto filter paper (filter paper no.
Two microhematocrit tubes were filled and centrifuged for 3 minutes (at ~13 300g) to determine spun hematocrit (HCT).