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Synonyms for hemoglobin

a hemoprotein composed of globin and heme that gives red blood cells their characteristic color

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0 g the as-treated HGB (the HGB loading was 30 wt% based on the weight of the epoxy resin) were fully mixed.
12) Patients with cardiovascular or pulmonary disease were ceded a 1-g rise in Hgb from the mentioned levels by the participants; for the subset of patients with acute cardiac events, the thresholds in use were reasonably aligned with recommendations for slightly higher Hgb levels.
Finding an appropriate maintenance dose of iron is essential in maintaining good anemia management in patients with CKD, and helps in decreasing needed ESA doses and improving Hgb levels (Nguyen & Wells, 2011).
21) All 8 trials, however, had an off-label target Hgb level of 12 g/dl.
has noted that a direct relationship exists between Hgb increases during epoetin alfa therapy and corresponding QOL improvements in cancer patients receiving chemotherapy across the clinically relevant Hgb range of 8-14 g/dL.
Mean Hgb levels for women aged 15-24, 25-34 and 35-49 years were 11.
According to the results of the study, it can be stated that match program of 10 days has caused important alterations in the PBD (erythrocyte), PLT (Trombosit), HGB (Hemoglobin) complete blood values of football players.
and HGB Trading indicated the fact of current situation in Cambodia.
Treatment was primarily geared toward optimization of Hgb to achieve the target value.
Affected miscellaneous industrial adhesive application processes would be required to comply with the proposed rules beginning March 1, 2013 in the DFW and HGB areas.
Mandi-based HGB with a network of 123 branches, is the latest public sector bank with whom Ashok Leyland has inked an agreement.
A whole-blood sample from 1 tTG/DGP-seronegative patient, which contained 149 g/L of hemoglobin (HGB), was hemolyzed by freezing and thawing until >90% of cells were lysed, then serially diluted (1:2, 1:5, 1:10, 1:50, 1:100, 1:500) in PBS to obtain HGB concentrations of 67.
All HGB drivers have to go and sit through 35 hours of lectures on how to be good boys, so they can have a CPC certificate, or they lose their driving licence.