blood profile

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Noun1.blood profile - counting the number of white and red blood cells and the number of platelets in 1 cubic millimeter of blood
blood count - the act of estimating the number of red and white corpuscles in a blood sample
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According to researchers at VioQuest Pharmaceuticals, SSG, a targeted therapeutic, has been proven effective in patients with cancer cell lines with a specific blood profile.
A routine blood profile, however, showed that Hanna's liver enzymes were dangerously elevated, and even worse, her gallbladder was almost ready to burst.
Blood analysis : A veterinary hematology analyzer, ProCOUNT[TM], was used for analyzing the blood profile.
Previously published(1), a 12-month-long clinical trial, showed that Femarelle(TM) also alleviates menopausal symptoms, such as hot flushes, headaches, joint and muscle discomfort and palpitations in about 75% of participants, without changes in the breast tissue, endometrial thickness or in the hormonal blood profile (FSH and E2 levels).
3 million to settle allegations that he submitted unbundled claims for multi- channel blood profile tests that should have been billed as single tests.
Each new patient receives a cardiac stress test exam, a physical examination, EKG, urinalysis, complete blood profile, body composition, and bone density screening.
This is responsible for Toprol XL's unique blood profile.
Now, in its response to the House of Commons culture, media and sport (CMS) select committee, the IAAF said there were innocent reasons for the values in her blood profile.
The method -- a metabolic blood profile -- is still in the early stages but over time the scientists expect it could be used to predict breast cancer and more generally to predict chronic disease.
A physical examination will take place, and a complete blood profile may be necessary.
A chemical blood profile and a complete blood cell count will also be performed.