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FBCFirst Baptist Church
FBCFriendship Baptist Church (various locations)
FBCFlorida Building Code
FBCFundamental Baptist Church (various locations)
FBCFull Blood Count
FBCFaculty of Business and Commerce (Japan)
FBCFull Business Case
FBCFluidized Bed Combustion
FBCFamilytree Compressed Backup
FBCFloating Body Cell
FBCFind by Content
FBCFrame Buffer Controller
FBCFlorida Baptist Convention
FBCFaith Bible Church
FBCFlorida Building Commission
FBCFellowship Bible Church
FBCFuel Borne Catalyst
FBCFraser Basin Council
FBCFareham Borough Council (UK)
FBCFox Broadcasting Company
FBCFamily Based Care (various locations)
FBCForeign Buyers' Club (online store)
FBCFamily Business Center (various locations)
FBCFranchise Business Consultants (various locations)
FBCFukui Broadcasting Corporation (est. 1960; Japan)
FBCFaster, Better, Cheaper
FBCFood Battle Club (competitive eating program; Japan)
FBCFlexible Bulk Container (shipping)
FBCForward Bay Cover (US NASA)
FBCFluid Balance Chart
FBCFinnish Broadcasting Company
FBCFacebook Chat
FBCFull Blown Chaos (band)
FBCFood Beverage Canada
FBCFully Buzzword Compliant
FBCFull Body Cast
FBCFirst Boston Corporation
FBCFeedback Carburetor
FBCFlathead Basin Commission (Kalispell, MT)
FBCFull Body Contact (recreation classification for lakes and rivers)
FBCFare Basis Code
FBCFuture Business Communication (Poland)
FBCFlorida Bible College (est. 1962)
FBCFédération Biblique Catholique
FBCFarm Business Consultants Inc
FBCFreezer Bag Cooking
FBCFor Better Computing (Israel)
FBCFinnish Business College
FBCFolded Binary Code
FBCFluidized Bed Combuster (type of incinerator)
FBCFlorida's Blood Center
FBCFalmouth Boat Cleaning (Falmouth, MA)
FBCFull Bridge Converter
FBCFrankenmuth Bible Church (Frankenmuth, Michigan)
FBCForeign Body Capsule
FBCFunctional Baseline Configuration (IT21)
FBCFlorida Beef Council
FBCFurnished by Contractor
FBCFetal Bovine Chondrocytes
FBCFeature Based Costing (construction)
FBCFlorida Bat Conservancy (Bat Pines, Florida)
FBCFree Body Culture (naturism/nudism)
FBCFilter Bank Cascade
FBCFrench Banana Club (Shanghai, China)
FBCFull Body Cleansing
FBCFlash, Bang, and Clear (gaming)
FBCFederation of Black Cowboys (Brooklyn, NY)
FBCFlyboy Club (gaming)
FBCFormer Battalion Commander
FBCFlexible Benefit Component
FBCFile Byte Count
FBCFarkas Berkowitz & Company (Washington, DC)
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Initial antenatal blood tests, high vaginal swab, midstream urine and 28 week full blood count, polycose screen and midstream urine had been normal.
Full blood count Day 1 Reference interval Haemoglobin g/L 114 120-155 Platelets x[10.sup.9]/L 37 150-430 Blood film examination P.
This clinical audit demonstrates a significant improvement in platelet count monitoring for patients at risk of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia by the implementation of a simple protocol and an additional full blood count (approximately 1 [pounds sterling] per test).
A repeat full blood count (FBC), HIV screen, thyroid screen, RPR, caeruloplasmin and antistreptolysin O titre (ASOT) were done.
The inquest heard the results of the full blood count were not acted upon until after midnight on February 23, seven hours after the test was ordered.
A full blood count revealed anaemia (red blood cell count 4.62 x [10.sup.12]/L, haemoglobin 10.6 g/dL, haematocrit 0.324, mean corpuscular volume 70 fL, mean corpuscular haemoglobin 23 pg, mean corpuscular haemoglobin concentration 32.8 g/dL), with a platelet count of 525 X [10.sup.9]/L and a white cell count of 10.5 x [10.sup.9]/L.
The major blood tests that are extensively used for diagnosing diseases include erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR), full blood count (FBC), electrolyte test, karyotyping, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), C-reactive protein, liver function test, and blood cholesterol test.
Full blood count, serum electrolytes, Renal hepatic and thyroid function were normal.
Our study did not demonstrate any association between aspirin resistance and other risk factors such as body mass index (BMI) blood pressure full blood count renal profile HDL triglyceride and creatinine clearance.
The full blood count analysis revealed remarkable abnormalities, including a haemoglobin (Hb) of 65 g/L (reference range: 115-155 g/L), mean cell volume (MCV) of 115 fl (reference range: 81-98 fl), platelet count of 48 x [10.sup.9]/L (reference range: 150-430 x [10.sup.9]/L) and a total white cell count of 61.3 x [10.sup.9]/L (reference range: 4.0-11.0 x [10.sup.9]/L).
His blood tests showed a normal full blood count, liver and renal function tests.
This clinical case illustrates the value of critically evaluating the parameters of a full blood count and haematinic screen, to so determine which patients warrant further workup.