A Laboratory Syllabus of Clinical Pathology

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Lea & Febiger, 1919 - Pathology - 86 pages
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Page 45 - An air current is now passed through the entire system for a period of one hour. At the end of this time...
Page 20 - Then by dividing the percentage of hemoglobin by the percentage of red cells, we would get the color-index, which varies characteristically in the different anemias.
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Page 62 - The stomach contents should be procured the day before and allowed to stand in the ice-box overnight; the next morning the...
Page 81 - He shall note the quantity on each bottle or glass, and shall then add 10 cc of a 10 per cent. sodium hydroxide solution, and dilute each specimen with water up to the 200 cc mark.
Page 81 - If it is darker than I it is diluted, drop by drop, with water until the colors match, the percentage being read off the same as in estimating the hemoglobin.
Page 77 - Take 5 cc or more of urine in a test-tube; add a few crystals of sodium nitroprusside; shake until the latter has dissolved; alkalinize strongly with 20 to 30 per cent.
Page 81 - II is used the result must be divided by 2. Should the color be too light after...

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