Hayem solution

Ha·yem so·lu·tion

(ah-yĕm'),
a blood diluent used prior to counting red blood cells.

Hayem solution

An obsolete blood diluent used for cell counting.

Ha·yem so·lu·tion

(āh'yem sŏ-lū'shŭn)
A blood diluent used before red blood cells are counted.

Hayem,

Georges, French physician, 1841-1933.
Hayem hematoblast - an irregularly shaped, disklike cytoplasmic fragment of a megakaryocyte found in the peripheral blood where it functions in clotting. Synonym(s): platelet
Hayem solution - a blood diluent used prior to counting red blood cells.
Hayem-Widal syndrome - obsolete term for acquired hemolytic icterus. Synonym(s): Widal syndrome