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Table 2 shows a summary of actionably-abnormal hemoglobin and hematocrit levels, analyzed by procedure.
If the bone marrow is not able to produce new erythrocytes soon enough, the total number of red blood cells and the hematocrit will decrease, causing anemia.
Low hematocrit: At each month, adjust dose of intravenous epoetin alfa (EPO) to try and maintain hematocrit at 30-33 percent,
The hypoechoicity of the pleural fluid and the absence of hematocrit sign on ultrasound images were not consistent with hemothorax neither.
A novel, nondestructive, dried blood spot-based hematocrit prediction method using noncontact diffuse reflectance spectroscopy.
The hematocrit will be increased from baseline when you're dehydrated.
The diagnosis was confirmed following laboratory tests, which revealed increased red cell mass in the form of raised hemoglobin (17.5gm/dL%) and raised hematocrit (70%).
To determine whether the exacerbated hematocrit drop in fibrin(ogen)[sup]−/− mice results from decreased RBC production or increased RBC loss, both parameters were measured in fibrin(ogen)[sup]−/− and littermate control mice on day 8 post infection [Figure 2].
An increase in hematocrit almost invariably follows testosterone supplementation.
When we look at the renal literature, we see that 10%-20% of kidney transplant patients develop polycythemia --an increase of both red and white cells, with hematocrit values of more than 51% or 52%."
Her hematocrit was 25.6% and her hemoglobin level was 8.8 g/dL.
Furthermore hematocrit and hemoglobin values and eosinophil and basophil counts of the CSFP patients were significantly elevated compared to the values obtained in the control group (p=0.005 p=0.047 p=0.001 and p=0.002 respectively).