Tender notice number : et/18/09 Hemoglobin Test
Dr Wasey, the Administrator of Indus Hospital Blood Centre and a clinical pathologist said that a detailed history and physical examination of blood donors including hemoglobin test
and blood pressure examination was performed at the camp before accepting the voluntary blood donation.
A hemoglobin test
(Hb, Hgb) reveals the level of hemoglobin in a person's blood, helping to diagnose and monitor anemia and polycythemia vera.
A hemoglobin test
as part of your usual blood work can reveal whether your red blood cell levels are healthy or not.
TrueHb Hemometer, developed by a student, would reduce the cost of hemoglobin test
by threefourth of its market price.
Syria has adopted pre-marriage medical check ups through performing hemoglobin test
to make sure that the couples do not have Thalassemia.
children would fit criteria for the need to screen with more than just a hemoglobin test
simply because of their low socioeconomic status, which is a key risk factor for dietary iron deficiency, he noted.
The American Diabetes Association guidelines are similar to others in advising that the glycosylated hemoglobin test
be performed at least twice a year in patients with diabetes who are meeting treatment goals, with stable glycemic control, and quarterly in patients with diabetes whose therapy has changed or who are not meeting glycemic goals.
To develop the methodology, we used the Wallac RESOLVE[R] Neonatal Hemoglobin test
kit (PerkinElmer, 940 Winter Street, Waltham, Massachusetts 02451, USA) (21,22).
For instance, when a patient with diabetes has an office visit for a sore throat, the EHR might indicate that the patient is due for an eye exam or a hemoglobin test
The board called for three interrelated activities: (1) mandatory electronic reporting of glycosylated hemoglobin by laboratories, but not by physicians; (2) best practice recommendations for health care providers and rosters of patients in their practice who are in poor glycemic control; and (3) mailing information and resources on diabetes management to patients with high glycosylated hemoglobin values) The initiative will create a registry of glycosylated hemoglobin test
results--an estimated one to two million results annually--that is linked to patients and their physicians, with identifiable information such as name, birth date, and address.
The hemoglobin test
is based on the entire population of red blood cells, which live for about 120 days and don't gain any iron once they are released from the marrow," she said in an interview with this newspaper.