hematocrit

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IPA(key): /hᵻˈmætəkrᵻt/

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hematocrit ‎(plural hematocrits) (Abbreviated as: Ht or HCT)

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

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