Hematinometer

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Hem`a`ti`nom´e`ter


n.1.(Physiol. Chem.) A form of hemoglobinometer.
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(21.) van Kampen EJ, Zijlstra WG (1961) Standardization of hemoglobinometry II.
[15.] Van Kampen EJ and WG Zijlstra Standarization of hemoglobinometry, and the hemoglobin cyanide method.
Standardizing a method for clinical hemoglobinometry. US Armed Forces Med J 1965; 5 : 693-703.
The accurate evaluation of the oxygen capacity had to await the standardization of hemoglobinometry (3) and the complete determination of the composition of human hemoglobin (HbA) (4).
Crossby WH, Munn JI, Furth FW (1954) Standardizing method for clinical hemoglobinometry. US Armed Force Med J 5: 695-703
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