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haemoglobin

(US), hemoglobin
a conjugated protein, consisting of haem and the protein globin, that gives red blood cells their characteristic colour. It combines reversibly with oxygen and is thus very important in the transportation of oxygen to tissues
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The present study is undertaken to determine the association of maternal haemoglobin concentration in the three trimesters to the newborn haemoglobin concentration and cord blood haemoglobin.
Gorriz, "Haemoglobin variability in European HD patients is related to ESAs type, doses adjustments and clinical events more than to a regular cycling [abstract SP371]," in Proceedings of the ERA-EDTA, Stockholm, Sweden, 2008.
Complete blood count revealed the followings haemoglobin 6.8 g/dl, total leucocytes count 13.4x109/L, platelet count 312x109/L, mean cell volume (MCV) 77.2fl, red cell distribution width (RDW) 26 %, packed cell volume (PCV) 20.4 %, mean cell haemoglobin (MCH) 21.5 pg, mean cell haemoglobin concentration (MCHC) 32.5 g/dl.
Green, "Polycythaemia associated with homozygosity for the abnormal haemoglobin Sherwood Forest ([beta]104(G6) Arg [right arrow] Thr)," British Journal of Haematology, vol.
STRUCTURE Haemoglobin is a large molecule made in the bone marrow from two components, haem (which contains the iron) and globin (the protein it attaches itself to).
Evaluation of various methods of point-of-care testing of haemoglobin concentration in blood donors.
Keywords: Haemoglobinopathies, Haemoglobin Sickle SD-Punjab, Ischemic stroke.
"Comparison of Massimo Pronto-7 and HemoCue Hb 201+ with laboratory haemoglobin estimation: a clinical study." Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Vol.
Glycated haemoglobin, diabetes, and mortality in men in Norfolk cohort of European Prospective investigation of cancer and nutrition (EPIC-Norfolk).
Shih, "Structure-function relationships in the low-affinity mutant haemoglobin Aalborg (Gly74 (E18)beta--Arg)," Journal of Molecular Biology, vol.
Haematologists have long sought to reactivate fetal haemoglobin as a treatment for children and adults with sickle cell disease (SCD), the painful, sometimes life-threatening genetic disorder that deforms red blood cells and disrupts normal circulation.