HbCO

HbCO

Abbreviation for carboxyhemoglobin.

HbCO

carbon monoxide hemoglobin.
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If a sidewalk were built along the north side of Main street from the HBCo.
Additionally, the recently completed Phase II study, HBCO, which investigated pomaglumetad methionil as an adjunctive treatment with atypical antipsychotics, did not meet its primary endpoint.
However, a 1995 survey of 23 hospitals and laboratories in the Boston area that provide HbCO measurement found wide variation in the reference intervals among facilities; 38% used inappropriately high concentrations for nonsmokers (2).
gave several reasons for not relying on HbCO, including (quoting Myers et al.
In addition, HBCO supplies film production services in Hungary.
Certainly he was at that city on New Year's Day, 1864, when he wrote to HBCo.
HBCO is a Phase II study exploring pomaglumetad methionil as an adjunctive treatment with atypical antipsychotics.
After transferring across these membranes, the carbon monoxide chemically binds to hemoglobin to form HbCO or carboxyhemoglobin.
In the case report, this knowledge is compared to more recent research and clinical reports of CO effects and their relationship to HbCO.
Included is the Battle of Seven Oaks at Red River, the starvation of HBCo men in the Athabasca region at the hands of the Nor'Westers, and the race to gain the fur trade business west of the Rockies.
The half-life of HbCO is 4-5 hr in room air free of CO (11) and 45-80 min when an individual has been at rest breathing 100% oxygen (11), making the utility of HbCO testing largely ineffective.
With increased HbCO, the HemoCue's readings on Level 2 controls increased spuriously by 17 g/L, whereas readings on the Hb-Quick were not affected (P >0.