The hematocrit is the most useful single index in determining the degree of:
b. Hypochromia or anemia.
d. Thrombocytopenia or thrombocvtosis.
The hematocrit error rate for determining the degree of polycythemia is:
a. 1-3 percent.
b. 2-5 percent.
d. 3-6 percent.
In contrast to hematological determinations, what is the percent error rate for the
direct red blood cell chamber count?
a. 2-4 percent.
b. 5-9 percent.
d. 8-10 percent.
The hematocrit values closely parallel the values for the:
a. Packed WBCs and hemoglobin.
b. Packed-cell blood count and reagent.
WBC count and hemoglobin.
d. Hemoglobin and RBC count.