cyanhemoglobin

cyanhemoglobin

 [si″an-he´mo-glo″bin]
a compound formed by the combination of hydrogen cyanide with hemoglobin; it gives the bright red color to the blood that is seen in cyanide poisoning.

cyanhemoglobin

/cy·an·he·mo·glo·bin/ (si″an-he″mo-glo´bin) a compound formed by action of hydrocyanic acid on hemoglobin.

cyanhemoglobin

(sī″ăn-hē″mō-glō′bĭn)
Hemoglobin combined with cyanide.

cyanhemoglobin

a compound formed by the combination of hydrogen cyanide with hemoglobin. It gives the bright red color to the blood that is characteristic of peracute cyanide poisoning.
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Free hemoglobin was analyzed in the samples of the blood processing experiment by using the 2-wavelength (540/ 680 nm) cyanhemoglobin method (17).
FHb was measured by the formation of cyanhemoglobin (13), using a commercially available assay (Roche Diagnostics) on a Hitachi 917 analyzer.