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hemoglobinemia

 [he″mo-glo″bĭ-ne´me-ah]
presence of free hemoglobin in the blood plasma.
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he·mo·glo·bi·ne·mi·a

(hē'mō-glo'bi-nē'mē-ă),
The presence of free hemoglobin in the blood plasma, as when intravascular hemolysis occurs.
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hemoglobinemia

(hē′mə-glō′bə-nē′mē-ə)
n.
The presence of free hemoglobin in the blood plasma.
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he·mo·glo·bi·ne·mi·a

(hē'mō-glō'bi-nē'mē-ă)
The presence of free hemoglobin in the blood plasma, as when intravascular hemolysis occurs.
Synonym(s): haemoglobinaemia.
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Biological data were not introduced in multivariate analysis, first, because of a large number of missing data (59% and 60% of missing data in severe cases for platelet counts and hemoglobinemia, respectively) and, second, because parasitemia (10% of missing data), hemoglobin, and platelet counts are directly or indirectly part of the definition of severe malaria.
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Although this appears the most likely origin for the major spectral features characterizing Hb from [beta]-thalassemia patients, further studies of hemolysates from patients with hereditary fetal hemoglobinemia are necessary to explore the spectroscopic influence of increased fetal Hb.
A visual comparison is made of the color of the pre- and posttransfusion plasma or serum for signs of hemoglobinemia. A direct antiglobulin test is done on the posttransfusion red cells.
Blood testing indicated decreased hemoglobinemia (5.2 g/dL; reference 9-14 g/dL) and reticulocytosis (260,000 x [10.sup.9] cells/L; reference 25,000-85,000 x [10.sup.9] cells/L).
(17) evaluaron la hemolisis asociada con el ejercicio extenuante, al determinar la hemoglobinemia plasmatica y la hemoglobinuria en maratonistas.
Another potential application for the flow cytometry measurements may be the initial screening of burn victims to assess the risk for future complications, such as kidney failure from hemoglobinemia. The substantial amount of delayed hemolysis that we found based on the measurement of biochemical markers of hemolysis after heat exposure should be taken into account in both recommendations for the temperature set points for the warming of PRBCs and for future testing of blood-warming devices.
Otros autores, basandose en la sintomatologia clinica mas sobresaliente de este sindrome en el caballo, como son: las alteraciones en la locomocion; los calambres de los musculos mas severamente afectados (los correspondientes a las regiones lumbar, glutea y del miembro pelviano); la inmovilidad o atadura; la mioglobinuria y la hemoglobinemia, han propuesto para las denominaciones de mioglobinuria paralitica equina, mioglobinuria paroxistica del caballo, miositis mioglobinurica, hemoglobinemia paralitica [20, 43, 50, 64, 77, 109] y sindrome de inmovilizacion o atadura (tying-up o cording-up) [41, 42, 47, 49, 65, 74, 76, 107, 120].
HBOCs in plasma resemble massive hemoglobinemia and create a challenge for the chemistry laboratory to accurately measure analytes in their presence.