zetacrit

zetacrit

 [za´tah-krit]
the packed-cell volume produced by the zeta sedimentation ratio procedure.
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ze·ta·crit

(zā'tă-krit),
The packed cell volume produced by vertical centrifugation of blood in capillary tubes, allowing controlled compaction and dispersion of red blood cells; read with a hematocrit to produce the zeta sedimentation ratio.
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ze·ta·crit

(zā'tă-krit)
The packed cell volume produced by vertical centrifugation of blood in capillary tubes, allowing controlled compaction and dispersion of red blood cells; read with a hematocrit to produce the zeta sedimentation ratio.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012