RDW


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RDW

Abbreviation for red (blood cell) diameter (or distribution) width.

Red cell distribution width (RDW)

A measure of the variation in size of red blood cells.

RDW

red cell distribution width.
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Conclusions: NLR, PLR, and RDW were found to be significantly higher in patients with colorectal cancer than in healthy participants.
The optimal cut-off value of the MPV and RDW was based on the most prominent point on the ROC curve for sensitivity and specificity.
They found that serum iron, serum ferritin, TIBC and RDW are the parameters that are statistically and clinically different in cases of febrile seizures than in controls.
In addition, the mean RDW value at the first admission, at 48 h, and during the follow-up in the CCU was recorded.
Many studies have shown that markers such as uric acid, high-sensitivity CRP (hsCRP), and RDW can be effective in predicting targeted organ damage.
On completion of the acquisition, a total of 205,333 shares in InterQuest will be issued to satisfy the remaining share-based consideration of RDW.
On the other hand, insignificant difference was found between RDW of [beta]-thalassemia major, [beta]-thalassemia minor, HbE disease, and HbD Punjab.
It does so by pursuing the following research questions: How did media coverage describe RDW and its anniversary?
Age, gender, RDW level, admission haemoglobin (Hb) and haematocrit (Hct) levels, endoscopy findings classified according to Forrest system, comorbid diseases, medication use (antiplatelet/anticoagulant agents and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs [NSAIDs]), unhealthy habits (alcohol usage and smoking), and mortality rate were investigated.
The present analysis focuses on the impact of the RDW in the same patient population.
Chris Welton joins | the board of directors at Yarm-based RDW Creative