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PCVPositive Crankcase Ventilation
PCVPollution Control Valve
PCVPacked Cell Volume
PCVPneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine
PCVPorcine Circovirus (virus)
PCVPurge Control Valve
PCVPartido Comunista de Venezuela
PCVParti Communiste Vietnamien (French: Vietnamese Communist Party)
PCVPeace Corps Volunteer
PCVPlacerville (Amtrak station code; Placerville, CA)
PCVPositive Crankcase Ventilation Valve
PCVPassenger Carrying Vehicle
PCVParietal Cell Vagotomy
PCVPressure Control Valve
PCVPath Coding Violation (error condition)
PCVP-Bit Coding Violation (Adtran)
PCVPressure Controlled Ventilation
PCVPolycythemia Vera (blood disorder)
PCVPoly Canyon Village (student housing; California Polytechnic State University)
PCVPercevoir (French: Reverse Charge Call)
PCVPolypoidal Choroidal Vasculopathy
PCVPerceived Customer Value
PCVPrescribed Concentration or Value (UK drinking water quality)
PCVPersonal Color Viewer (software)
PCVPanasonic Communications Vietnam Co., Ltd.
PCVPerformance, Certification, Verification (test)
PCVPowered Combat Vest (gaming)
PCVPiercing the Corporate Veil
PCVPermanent Capital Vehicle (investing)
PCVProduct Category Volume (retail economics)
PCVPlanned Closing Version
PCVPoker Club Valognais (French poker club; Valognes, France)
PCVPrime de Cherté de Vie (French: Premium Cost of Living)
PCVProduct Control Valve
PCVProtection Class Validation (insurance)
PCVPoster Completion Voucher
PCVPayable Chez Vous (French)
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Packed cell volume (PCV) and total solids (TS) values in a captive Andean condor with brodifacoum toxicosis by case day after presentation.
Erythrocyte count packed cell volume and hemoglobin concentration were lowered by increase in AFB1 in feed.
Effect of graded dietary substitution of soyabean meal with large sour plum (Ximenia caffra) seed meal on erythrocyte osmotic fragility and the packed cell volume of growing male Sprague Dawley rats.
Table II: Packed cell volume (%) in different sheep breeds naturally infected with Haemonchus contortus
From the total of 282 women included in the study, mean haemoglobin was 5.74 and standard deviation was 1.05 and mean packed cell volume was 17.13 with standard deviation of 2.22 as shown in table1.
Data on body weight, fecal egg counts (FEC), packed cell volume (PCV) and FAMACHA were recorded for evaluating the susceptibility and resistance of breed against H.
Hematologic values measured included red blood cell (RBC) count, packed cell volume (PCV), hemoglobin concentration, mean corpuscular volume, mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC), white blood cell (WBC) count, leukocyte differential count, and heterophil : lymphocyte (H : L) ratio.
Other blood parameters including total eosinophilic count, total basophilic count, total erythrocyte count, packed cell volume and hemoglobin concentration remained non significant (P greater than 0.05) during the four weeks post infection.
Various haemato-biochemical attributes namely total erythrocyte count (million/[micro]l), total leukocyte count (thousand/[micro]l), differential leukocyte count (%), haemoglobin (g/dl), packed cell volume (%), total serum protein (g/dl), serum albumin (g/dl), serum globulin (g/dl), plasma fibrinogen (g/dl), blood glucose (mg/dl) and serum creatinine kinase (U/L) were recorded prior to surgery (day 0) and subsequently on 7th day post-operatively.
Our results indicated that total white blood cells (p = 0.1) had lower while total red blood cells (p = 0.67), packed cell volume (p = 0.36), glucose (p = 0.43) and MCV (p = 0.88) had higher values in CGP 55845 treated animals than in controls but the difference did not reached the statistical significance.
Results--Birds treated with meloxicam had a significant increase in number of white blood cells (WBCs) and decrease in packed cell volume (PCV) from before to after treatment.
In acute form, there is an anaemia and progressive dramatic fall in packed cell volume and hematocrit, which causes increase in appetence, the bone marrow eventually exhausted due to continuous loss of iron and proteins in the gastrointestinal tract and thus resulting into death.