sedimentation rate


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Synonyms for sedimentation rate

the rate at which red blood cells settle out in a tube of blood under standardized conditions

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Relationship between erythrocyte sedimentation rate and serum C-reactive protein in rheumatoid arthritis.
The total, fine and coarse sedimentation rates showed significant differences among sites in 2007 (total sedimentation rate [KW-H.
By the end of the study, erythrocyte sedimentation rate was slightly lower and tumor necrosis factor-alpha was significantly lower in quercetin-treated subjects, while no significant changes occurred in the placebo group.
The decrease in hemoglobin causes a more rapid sedimentation of red blood cells, tobacco causes chronic renal failure is a common cause of elevated sedimentation rate.
59 Tons was deposited in the single chamber contributing to an accumulative sedimentation rate of 91.
The mean erythrocyte sedimentation rate was found to be 15[+ or -]9 in the group with normal physical examination and 29[+ or -]28 in the group with enlarged lymph nodes.
Spawning season (and largest oocytes sizes) coincided with high solar radiation, warm temperatures, and low sedimentation rates (Fig.
Comparitive study between the Ves-Matic and Micro erythrocyte sedimentation rate method.
Erythrocyte sedimentation rate at diagnosis in culture positive cases of active tuberculosis.
High cost per patient was significantly correlated with increased sedimentation rate, level of CRP, duration of hospitalization and low hemoglobin levels (correlation coefficients were r=0.
CBC, chemistry, thyroid function test, stool exam, ultrasonography, hydrogen breath test, erythrocyte sedimentation rate, and C-reactive protein have all very limited accuracy in discriminating IBS from organic diseases.
The doctor treated the condition with low-dose steroids and monitored the patient's erythrocyte sedimentation rate and C-reactive protein.
If upwelling is the P source, then the sedimentation rate of both siliciclastic matter and carbonate may cause depletion or enrichment.
The patient who is positive for rheumatoid factor and always has an elevated level of C-reactive protein and a high erythrocyte sedimentation rate needs early intervention.