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What are blood hemoglobin estimation methods?
what are the various methods of the Hb estimation???/kindly tell me the senstivity of the methods. i know only one method sahli hemoglobinometer(acid hematin) method.
I have enumerated few
Sahli - Adam's Method
Dare's method
Haden's method
Wintrobe's method
Haldane's method
Talliquist method
Gasometric method
Spectrophotometric method
Automated & non-automated hemolglobinometry
Other methods
alkaline hematin method
specific gravity
comparator method
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