HbCO

HbCO

Abbreviation for carboxyhemoglobin.

HbCO

carbon monoxide hemoglobin.
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2 mL) was collected within 5 min following the 2-hr CS exposure from an animal randomly selected from each of the five restraining boxes, and blood HbCO levels were assessed using a Radiometer ABL 700 blood gas analyzer (Bronshoj, Denmark).
mass] was calculated from the mean change in HbCO before and after rebreathing CO.
If a sidewalk were built along the north side of Main street from the HBCo.
In addition, the recently completed Phase II study, HBCO, which investigated pomaglumetad methionil as an adjunctive treatment with atypical antipsychotics, did not meet its primary endpoint.
Should an excessive accumulation of MetHb and HbCO arise in a healthy adult the result can be hypoxic stress as the body has a decreased capacity to carry oxygen in the blood (Alp et al 2004).
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).
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.
After transferring across these membranes, the carbon monoxide chemically binds to hemoglobin to form HbCO or carboxyhemoglobin.
gave several reasons for not relying on HbCO, including (quoting Myers et al.
A case of CO poisoning was defined as an arterial HbCO >2% (for nonsmokers) or [greater or equal] 9% (for smokers) (1) in an employee who worked at the pharmacy on July 28.