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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The PCV values in all the diarrheic calves of cattle and buffalo were significantly higher than the normal range because the body of diarrheic calves exhibited dehydration that leads towards increased packed cell volume (%) in their blood profile. The Serum samples were analyzed for estimating the concentrations of electrolytes and trace elements in both cattle and buffalo diarrheic calves.
However, WADA believed that Hsu had abnormal blood profile results and required the anti-doping lab to use more sophisticated instruments for further examination.
If she believes there is a nutritional or hormonal problem Eva refers clients back to their GP, requesting a blood profile, and has found that some NHS practices are more willing than others to investigate the causes of alopecia.
Influence of Feeding Toasted Castor Seed Cake Diets on Blood Profile of Weanling Wistar Albino Rats.
Blood profile of experimentally induced SARA in sheep: Blood tests from these sheep (n=12) and control group (n=4) were collected from jugular vein in vacuum tubes containing EDTA (BIO-VAC).
Her blood profile was as follows: white blood cells, 12600/[mm.sup.3] (normal range: 4000-9000/[mm.sup.3]); C-reactive protein, 2.2 mg/L (normal range: <0.3 mg/L).
Her blood profile is normal and she doesn't take maintenance medicines,' says Tweetie.
When he ordered a blood profile he found the iron levels were extremely elevated.
All the patients underwent routine investigations such as complete blood profile, random blood sugar, renal function tests, liver function tests (LFTs), serum electrolytes, CPK levels, and cardiac marker test (CPK-MB).
The blood profile of neonate 520 provided a plethora of evidence that this individual was in very poor condition, likely moribund prior to capture, an assessment and prognosis not possible simply from physical examination in the field or during laboratory necropsy.