Hemoglobinometer


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Hem`o`glo´bin`om´e`ter


n.1.(Physiol. Chem.) Same as Hæmochromometer.
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All the students were administered a performa, which include general information, dietary habit, and data for BMI, and a Sahli Hemoglobinometer for hemoglobin estimation.
The heamoglobin level was measured using Hemoglobinometer at the time of admission (base line) and discharge.
I was most impressed by the hemoglobinometer, and I'm still trying to figure out how it works.
Sahli's manual hemoglobinometer operates based on the conversion of hemoglobin to acid hematin by the action of HCL.
Field-based measurements necessitated the use of a portable hemoglobinometer, rather than an automated complete blood count, which would have aided in anaemia classification.
Hemoglobin was measured by Sahli's Hemoglobinometer.
Reliability of the HemoCue@ hemoglobinometer in critically ill patients: A prospective observational study.
The haemoglobin concentration of each participant was determined immediately in the field using a Hemocue Hemoglobinometer (Hemocue AB, Angelhom, Sweden).
2) Hemoglobin was estimated as azidemethemoglobin with a dedicated hemoglobinometer system (HemoCue AB, Angelholm, Sweden)?
The hemoglobin concentration was determined by using hemoglobinometer (Hawksley, England) and expressed in conventional Units g/dL (Conversion factor to SI Units: x10).