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AcronymDefinition
MCHCMean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration
MCHCMicrocrystalline Hydroxyapatite Concentrate (calcium supplement)
MCHCMicrocrystalline Calcium Hydroxyapatite Compound
MCHCMichigan Collegiate Hockey Conference
MCHCMassachusetts Coalition for Healthy Communities
MCHCMother and Child Health Care
MCHCMarion County Homeless Council (Florida, USA)
MCHCMontreal Canadiens Hockey Club (NHL hockey team)
MCHCMonroe County History Center (Bloomington, IN)
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He calculated the mean corpuscular volume called the MCV; the mean corpuscular hemoglobin called MCH; and the mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration called MCHC.
After six years, nearly every MCHC member hospital has received a sizeable dues reduction--on average, 20 percent, but some members have received up to 66.
Similar decreases in MCH, MCV, and MCHC have been reported in fish exposed to different concentrations of pharmaceutical drugs (Kasagala and Pathiratne, 2008; Velisek et al.
1c], discarding the variables sex, hemoglobin concentration, MCV, MCHC, erythrocyte count, creatinine, and liver disease (although MCV was identified as a predictor if MCH was excluded from the analysis, in which case the influence of MCV on Hb [A.
But mean values of MCH and MCHC were near about the same.
Blanca Arellano, a case manager at Child Health Services at MCHC, is a staff liaison for the partnership.
Among various RBC indices, the post-treatment mean values of MCHC, MCV and MCH decreased from respective pre-treatment values nearing towards normal.
The erythrocyte indices like MCV, MCH and MCHC values showed a broad range of physiological variation in response to different inorganic form of Zn supplemented diet.
The Pap smear samples were submitted by the patient to MCHC laboratory located at a distance of about 100 metres and lab number was reported by her to the cervical clinic for retrieval of reports if needed.
MCHC adheres to the collagen that naturally occurs in the bone in order to support bone structure and functionality.
Differences between juveniles (J) and adults (A) were identified for TPP (J < A), MCH (J > A), and MCHC (J > A).