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concentration

 [kon″sen-tra´shun]
1. increase in strength by evaporation.
2. the ratio of the mass or volume of a solute to the mass or volume of the solution or solvent.
3. intense mental focus.
hydrogen ion concentration see hydrogen ion concentration.
mass concentration the mass of a constituent substance divided by the volume of the mixture, as milligrams per liter (mg/l).
mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC) the average hemoglobin concentration in erythrocytes, conventionally expressed in “per cent,” meaning grams per deciliter of red blood cells, obtained by dividing the blood hemoglobin concentration (in g/dl) by the hematocrit (in l/l): MCHC = Hb/Hct.
minimal alveolar concentration (MAC) the concentration of anesthetic that at a pressure of 1 atmosphere produces immobility in 50 per cent of subjects exposed to a noxious stimulus.
minimal bactericidal concentration (MBC) the lowest concentration of a given antibiotic required to kill a specific organism.
minimal inhibitory concentration (MIC) the lowest concentration of a given antibiotic that inhibits the growth of a specific organism.
molar concentration the concentration of a substance expressed in terms of molarity.
concentration test a test of renal function based on the patient's ability to concentrate urine; see also fishberg concentration test.

MCHC

MCHC

mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration.

MCHC

MCHC

Mean corpuscular/cell haemoglobin concentration. The amount of haemoglobin in an average-sized erythrocyte. MCHC is a value derived on automated (e.g., Coulter) cell counters from measured parameters.
 
Ref range
31–36 g/dl.

MCHC

Mean corpuscular/cell hemoglobin concentration A value derived on automated cell counters from measured parameters Ref range 31-36 g/dl

MCHC

Abbreviation for mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration.

Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC)

The measurement of the average concentration of hemoglobin in a red blood cell.

MCHC

Abbreviation for mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration.

MCHC,

MCHC

mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration, an expression of the average percentage hemoglobin concentration obtained by multiplying the hemoglobin in grams by 100 and dividing by the hematocrit determination.
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3] MCHC Hyperlipidemia, cold agglutinins WBC >50 000/ [mm.
MCHC will act as the support organization to provide the necessary infrastructure, and the assets will continue to be used and managed as originally intended by the donors involved.
The following analytes were initially used for the stepwise procedure: gestational age, RBCs, MCV, MCH, MCHC, PLTs, Hb[F.
The MCHC Group will set its research targets in consultation with the KAITEKI Institute Advisory Board (see the attachment), which comprises outside experts in various fields.
The affiliation with MedAssets will drive supply cost savings to MCHC members through MedAssets Supply Chain Systems' group purchasing contracts; Aspen Healthcare Metrics' cost management programs for clinical service lines; and MedAssets Analytical Systems' best of breed supply chain technology, data cleansing, and analytics.
5) For similar specimens stored between six to 24 hours at room temperature, ensuing red cell swelling of approximately 1% to 3% resulted in significantly different values for MCV, Hct, and MCHC when compared to fresh specimens.
Tim Donovan, ChocoMed's managing director and product development coordinator states, "Functional chocolates are part of a larger transformation using food systems to deliver supplements for specific medical conditions, such as Folic Acid for women, MCHC for soft bones, Q10 and other antioxidants for anti-aging etc.
At MCHC, our goal is to help our patients improve their health and remain productive members of the community by providing access to primary, health care.
Commonly prevalent beta thalassemia mutations other than Cap+1(A-C) mutation present in Pakistani population show characteristic hematological variation in the form of low Hb, increased RBC count, decreased MCV, decreased MCH, normal MCHC and increased level of Hb-A2.
Liquid-stable whole-blood samples, supplied every three months, are analyzed on a biweekly basis with eight required hematology analytes included in each sample: Hct, Hb, MCH, MCHC, MCV, PLT, RBC, and WBC.
Results of the single marker analysis revealed pigs with the AB genotype had significantly higher RBC and HCT, and lower MCH and MCHC when compared with genotypes AA or BB (Table 2).
With the establishment of MCHC, MCC and MPC have become the wholly owned subsidiaries of MCHC, and both have started the operations as core business companies of the MCHC Group today.