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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Chris Welton joins | the board of directors at Yarm-based RDW Creative
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In the RA cases grouped according to RDW quartiles, there were graded associations of RDW with CRP and ESR, but when divided into anemic and nonanemic cases, there was graded association of RDW with CRP but not with ESR in both groups.
Full blood count and blood film findings should be reviewed with particular emphasis on the RDW and red cell morphology.
Previous studies have demonstrated that RDW is a strong independent predictor of morbidity and mortality in patients with myocardial infarction, heart failure, or end-stage renal disease.
Conclusions: TTP should be suspected in patients presenting with unexplained anemia and thrombocytopenia with an RDW [greater than or equal to]18%.
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RDW Creative has appointed Chris Welton to its board of directors, a former client services director of a leading Tyneside marketing communication agency who is no stranger to Teesside.
The cooperation is supervised by and will work closely with the Dutch governmental testing institute RDW to obtain E4 certifications.
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Our data showed that the S&L index had the highest Youden's index, with a value of 89%, in correctly differentiating between IDA and [beta]-thalassemia minor among patients aged younger than 10 years, while RDW and RBC count indices showed the highest Youden's index, with values of 93% and 90%, respectively, in the patients older than 10 years.
Specifically, in Table 2, the percent range for RDW quartile II should have been expressed as 13.