haematocrit vs hematocrit what difference

what is difference between haematocrit and hematocrit

English

Noun

haematocrit (plural haematocrits)

  1. (British spelling, physiology) Alternative spelling of hematocrit

Anagrams

  • atheromatic


English

Alternative forms

  • haematocrit

Etymology

From hemato- (blood) +‎ Ancient Greek κριτής (kritḗs, judge, umpire), literally to separate blood, coined by Swedish physiologist Magnus Blix in 1891.

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /hɪˈmæt.ək.ɹɪt/

Noun

hematocrit (countable and uncountable, plural hematocrits)

  1. (medicine) The percentage (by volume) of packed red blood cells in a centrifuged sample of blood.
    Synonyms: Ht, (abbreviation) HCT
  2. (medicine, countable) A centrifuge used to analyze the relative amount of red blood cells and plasma in blood.

Translations

Further reading

  • hematocrit at OneLook Dictionary Search
  • hematocrit, haematocrit at Google Ngram Viewer
  • hematocrit on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

Anagrams

  • chromatite

Romanian

Etymology

From French hématocrite

Noun

hematocrit n (plural hematocrite)

  1. hematocrit

Declension


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