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Spinal needle 25g x 3 A'-tipped pen (whitacre) (spinal),ambu silicone reusable neonate,polystyrene petri dish of 14 to 16 x 94 to 100mm sterile, disposable,hematocrit heparinized capillaries for vial 100 to 200 units,without heparin vial capillary hematocrit from 100 to 200 units etc.
High levels of estradiol or hematocrit can increase cardiovascular risk.
The quantitative hematocrit result is displayed on the LCD panel.
The effect of dehydration was quantified by using measures of plasma osmolality and hematocrit.
A decrease in the hematocrit associated with an increase with BUN signals gastrointestinal bleeding.
The cells are as mentioned mainly RBCs, the parameter used for modelling purposes is the hematocrit level, which is the volume fraction that RBCs occupy.
The question then is whether the heparin lining of the capillary tube produces a significant lowering of the hematocrit value due to the additional dilution from an already diluted EDTA-anti-coagulated blood sample.
The study's primary outcome of change in hematocrit was not significantly different between the 40 women whose placenta was delivered manually and the 46 women whose placenta was delivered spontaneously (4.