plasma hemoglobin


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plasma hemoglobin

Hemoglobin released from red blood cells when they are destroyed (lyzed). It circulates in the blood and extravascular tissues. Synonym: free plasma hemoglobin
See also: hemoglobin
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Since an increment of 1 in the Beckman LX20 hemolysis index value corresponds to an increase in plasma hemoglobin concentration of approximately 0.050 g/dL, potassium concentrations increased by approximately 0.40 mEq/L (95% confidence interval, 0.38-0.43) for every increase in plasma hemoglobin concentration of 0.100 g/dL.
We attributed the apparent plasma Pb contamination in a single sample from one subject to lysis of erythrocytes during sample collection and processing, based on a measured plasma hemoglobin level of 20 mg/dL.
In 4 of the 20 study participants high plasma turbidity or coloration prevented an accurate plasma hemoglobin determination.
The kinetic properties of the plasma hemoglobin pool in normal man.
Patients were divided into two groups according to the occurrence of hemolysis during and after CABG: group 1 (n = 12) included patients who presented with moderate pre- and postoperative hemolysis (none or one of the seven blood samples with a plasma hemoglobin concentration >350 mg/L); group 2 (n = 12) included patients who presented with substantial hemolysis (three or more samples >350 mg/L).
Plasma hemoglobin determination by recording derivative spectrophotometry Am J Clin Pathol 1986;85:342-7.
Quantification of plasma hemoglobin in the presence of bilirubin with bilirubin oxidase.
The mean hemolysis-induced insulin loss was <10% when the plasma hemoglobin concentration was <4 g/L.
The association between extracellular plasma hemoglobin and the development of renal damage is well known [4-6].
Patients infused with this solution showed highly increased concentrations of plasma hemoglobin as expected.
A micromodifcation of the Drabkin hemoglobin assay for measuring plasma hemoglobin in the range of 5-2000 mg/dL.