HbCO

HbCO

Abbreviation for carboxyhemoglobin.
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I saw some at Victoria last spring who came in from the plains starving and demanded provisions from the settlers & the HBCo. There were no Buffalo on the plains all winter and they had suffered frightfully.
HBCo co-founder George Vallone was a state champion pole vaulter when he was in high school, and that might help explain his appetite for risk.
It is to be hoped that such a state of irreligion will not occur again & that there will always be henceforth at least one member at church on the Sabbath; the members of the Fort must 'see to it'." (13) He later lamented "Why oh why was there not one member of the HBCo at the church?" (14)
Exposure to CS was monitored through recurrent measurements of blood carboxyhemoglobin (HbCO) levels in dams before mating (preconception day 10), during pregnancy (gestational day 5), and in pups 2 days after the beginning (day 23) and 1 day before the end (day 48) of the exposure period.
For decades, CO had the reputation of a "silent killer" owing to its more than 220 times stronger affinity for iron atoms in haemoglobin than oxygen, with the subsequent formation of carboxyhaemoglobin (HbCO).
The HbCO levels immediately after the 10-minute exposure protocol for air-exposure and CS-exposure mice were 0.4% and 32%, respectively [8].
In addition, the recently completed Phase II study, HBCO, which investigated pomaglumetad methionil as an adjunctive treatment with atypical antipsychotics, did not meet its primary endpoint.
Carboxyhaemoglobin (HbCO) and methaemoglobin (MetHb) are formed after CO and haemoglobin combine (Alp et al 2004).
Additionally, the binding of CO to hemoglobin to form carboxyhemoglobin (HbCO) causes conformational changes to hemoglobin's tetrameric structure, thereby increasing the affinity of the remaining heme groups for 02.
Blood carboxyhemoglobin (HbCO) concentrations are used to confirm the diagnosis of CO poisoning, although these concentrations are not always well correlated with clinical manifestation or outcome.
Jimmy Watt, an able and caring HBCo. post manager, was able to persuade the Rupert's House Crees to endure further privation in order to protect and monitor a game preserve so that the beaver population could recover.
His postmortem carboxyhemoglobin (HbCO) level was 75.6% (normal values: [less than or equal to] 2% for nonsmokers, [less than or equal to] 9% for smokers [1]).