hemoglobinometry


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hemoglobinometry

 [he″mo-glo-bĭ-nom´ĕ-tre]
measurement of the hemoglobin content of the blood, usually with a hemoglobinometer after the hemoglobin has been converted to cyanmethemoglobin.

he·mo·glo·bi·nom·e·try

(hē'mō-glō'bi-nom'ĕ-trē)
Measurement of the hemoglobin concentration of the blood.
Synonym(s): hematinometer, hemochromometer, haemoglobinometry.
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Standardization of hemoglobinometry on the basis of spectrophotometric determination of methemoglobincyanide, a stable hemoglobin derivative into which all hemoglobin derivatives usually present in the blood can be easily converted, involved an understanding that the total hemoglobin concentration (ctHb) includes the inactive (non-oxygen-binding) derivatives.
Recommendation for reference methods of hemoglobinometry in human blood (ICSH Stand.
Proposal of the distribution of a certified standard for use in hemoglobinometry. Clin Chem 1955; 1:151-6.
Standardisation of hemoglobinometry. The hemiglobincyanide method.
In an effort to improve standards of practice in the clinical laboratory, the ASCP sponsored a seminar workshop on hemoglobinometry; this wet workshop was held in conjunction with the International Congress of Clinical Pathology in Washington, DC in September 1954.
The evolution of hemoglobinometry and other essays on the history of hematology.
Recommendations for hemoglobinometry in human blood.