Enables both the haematologist and laboratory scientist to identify blood cell features, from the most common to the more obscure Provides essential information on methods of collection, blood film preparation and staining, together with the principles of manual and automated blood counts Completely revised and updated, incorporating much newly published information: now includes advice on further tests when a specific diagnosis is suspected 400 high quality photographs to aid with blood cell identification Highlights the purpose and clinical relevance of haematology laboratory tests throughoutA Practical Guide Barbara J. Bain. haemoglobin A. If the primary analytical method is HPLC, then these two variant haemoglobins are not confused with haemoglobin S. In infants, the percentage of haemoglobin S may be too low for the sickleanbsp;...
|Author||:||Barbara J. Bain|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2014-11-11|