volume index

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vol·ume in·dex

an indication of the relative size (for example, volume) of erythrocytes, calculated as follows: hematocrit value, expressed as per cent of normal ÷ erythrocyte count, expressed a percentage of normal = volume index.

vol·ume in·dex

(vol'yūm in'deks)
An indication of the relative size (e.g., volume) of erythrocytes, calculated as follows: Hematocrit value, expressed as the percentage of normal ÷ red blood cell count, expressed as percentage of normal = volume index.
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second, total factor productivity (TFP, also known as multifactor productivity or MFP) is measured with a quantity index of all inputs used in production.
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