Hemoglobinometer

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A Hemoglobin concentration measurement being administered before a blood donation at the American Red Cross Boston Blood Donation Center.

A hemoglobinometer is a medical measuring device of hemoglobin blood concentration.[1] It can operate by spectrophotometric measurement of hemoglobin concentration. Portable hemoglobinometers provide easy and convenient measurement of hematological variables, especially in areas where no clinic labs are available.[2]

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  1. ^ Schmalzel, JL; Steinke, JM; Randal, VT; Shepherd, AP (1989). "An optical hemoglobinometer for whole blood". The American journal of physiology 257 (4 Pt 2): H1306–11. PMID 2801989. 
  2. ^ Noiri, E; Kobayashi, N; Takamura, Y; Iijima, T; Takagi, T; Doi, K; Nakao, A; Yamamoto, T et al. (2005). "Pulse total-hemoglobinometer provides accurate noninvasive monitoring". Critical Care Medicine 33 (12): 2831–5. doi:10.1097/01.ccm.0000190430.96750.51. PMID 16352948.