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how to calculate sedimentation rate (geology)? Yahoo

21.09.2012  Thus the short answer is: Sedimentation rate = (Volume / area) / time. Now, one nearly universal process is that sediments are deposited with relatively high

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What does a high sedimentation rate mean? ? Yahoo

04.10.2011  Yahoo Products; Anonymous. Anonymous asked in Health Diseases Conditions Infectious Diseases 9 years ago. What does a high sedimentation rate mean? ? My wife is 36 and her test results say her SED rate is 46. What does that mean? Answer Save. 4 Answers. Relevance. Just some guy. Lv 6. 9 years ago. Favourite answer. Hey Paul, it just means there might be some form of

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erythrocyte sedimentation rate? Yahoo Answers

11.04.2008  A sed rate test, shows if their is inflammation in the body. But it is a nonspecific test, it cant tell you where the inflammation is or what it is caused by. Other tests would have to be done for...

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High sed rate, important? Yahoo Answers

30.07.2006  Sedimentation Rate . Test Overview . The sedimentation rate (sed rate) blood test measures how quickly red blood cells (erythrocytes) settle in a test tube in one hour. When inflammation is present...

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What is the meaning of blood ESR? Yahoo Answers

30.05.2006  Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate. This is a very general test that reveals a change in the shape, density, or fragility of your red blood cells or a change

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High ESR Rate? Yahoo Answers

08.06.2007  ESR = erythrocyte sedimentation rate. Normal range is 15-30 depending on age and sex. It is a marker of acute inflammation. It is elevated in

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what is ESR(wintrobe)? Yahoo Answers

25.06.2008  ESR= Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate. Wintrobe = the name of the tube one sets up the test in. Westergren = Name of the methodology. Sed rates are not diagnostic. However, they can point the clinician in the general direction of what is wrong. Usually ESR is done along side Inflammation panels such as for Rheumatoid Arthritis. Can help the ...

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What causes low Vitamin D and high ESR *Sedimentation

03.01.2011  Yahoo Products; Anonymous. Anonymous asked in Health Diseases Conditions Cancer 1 decade ago. What causes low Vitamin D and high ESR *Sedimentation Rate*? I've been having a LOT of joint/muscle pain for months, beyond months now. My doc decided to do a VitD25 Hydroxy test and ESR five days ago. The range for the Vit D should be 30-50, mine was 12. Then, the sed rate should

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Sedimentation Rate (Sed Rate): ESR Test Results High vs.

The sedimentation rate -- or “sed rate,” for short -- is a blood test that checks for inflammation in your body. It’s one clue for your doctor that you might have a disease linked to ...

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What can cause a low Erythrocyte sedimentation rate

10.10.2011  Yahoo Products; sweetbaby0809. sweetbaby0809 asked in Health Other - Health 9 years ago. What can cause a low Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)? I have been exhausted for the past 5 months, developed an itchy rash that comes and goes and my lymph nodes are enlarged. My dermatologist noticed a weird discoloration on my skin as well and questioned whether or not I have

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What is sedimentation coefficient ? Yahoo Answers

13.04.2010  Sedimentation coefficients are, however, not additive. Sedimentation rate does not depend only on the mass or volume of a particle, and when two particles bind together there is inevitably a loss of surface area. Thus when measured separately they will have svedberg values that may not add up to that of the bound particle.

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What does a high sedimentation rate mean? ? Yahoo

04.10.2011  Yahoo Products; Anonymous. Anonymous asked in Health Diseases Conditions Infectious Diseases 9 years ago. What does a high sedimentation rate mean? ? My wife is 36 and her test results say her SED rate is 46. What does that mean? Answer Save. 4 Answers. Relevance. Just some guy. Lv 6. 9 years ago. Favourite answer. Hey Paul, it just means there might be some form of

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erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)? Yahoo Answers

28.05.2008  Yahoo Products; harshit.mishra. harshit.mishra asked in Health Diseases Conditions Respiratory Diseases 1 decade ago. erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)? my frnd had a blood test and he got his erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) as 60mm/hr and normal is 20mm/hr.. please tell me any thing about this...how it can be cured.. and what is the intensity of this problem...is this

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what is sedimentation? Yahoo Answers

02.05.2010  Rates of sediment accumulation are not constant and vary tremendously across diverse geographical areas. You can not extrapolate the sedimentation in one area over a period of time to another area at a different period of time. Things change. 0 0. Ashish. 1 decade ago. Sedimentation is the tendency for particles in suspension in solution to settle down. For example if you mix sand in

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high Westergren Sedimentation Rate ... - Yahoo

08.11.2011  The Westergren method is a way of doing an erythrocyte sedimentation rate, which measures how quickly red cells fall to the bottom of a tube (in this case a Westergren tube). It measures the acute phase response, or inflammation, within the body and can be indicative of automimmune disorders like temporal arteritis or an infection (among other things). 42 is high, as we would would

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what is ESR(wintrobe)? Yahoo Answers

25.06.2008  ESR= Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate. Wintrobe = the name of the tube one sets up the test in. Westergren = Name of the methodology. Sed rates are not diagnostic. However, they can point the clinician in the general direction of what is wrong. Usually ESR is done along side Inflammation panels such as for Rheumatoid Arthritis. Can help the ...

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High ESR Rate? Yahoo Answers

08.06.2007  ESR = erythrocyte sedimentation rate. Normal range is 15-30 depending on age and sex. It is a marker of acute inflammation. It is elevated in infection, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and many other medical conditions. It is a very non-specific test. There is no need to worry if this is the only abnormality in your blood tests. Normal ...

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What causes low Vitamin D and high ESR *Sedimentation

03.01.2011  Yahoo Products; Anonymous. Anonymous asked in Health Diseases Conditions Cancer 1 decade ago. What causes low Vitamin D and high ESR *Sedimentation Rate*? I've been having a LOT of joint/muscle pain for months, beyond months now. My doc decided to do a VitD25 Hydroxy test and ESR five days ago. The range for the Vit D should be 30-50, mine was 12. Then, the sed rate should

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How can the ESR (Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate) be

05.03.2007  Yahoo Products; paus. paus asked in Health Diseases Conditions Respiratory Diseases 1 decade ago. How can the ESR (Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate) be useful in the evaluation of patient complaining chest pain . Answer Save. 7 Answers. Relevance. nochocolate. Lv 7. 1 decade ago. Favourite answer. Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate, an Independent Predictor of Coronary Heart

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ESR blood test is 91? Yahoo Answers

10.09.2011  ESR is erythrocyte sedimentation rate.This just reflects the infection status in your body,i e if you do not have any infection then the erythrocyte sedimentation will have a low value,if it increases it just shows that your body is fighting against some infection.Yes 91 means that it is slightly higher,but this will not give much of details regarding the exact infection that is affecting you ...

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What is sedimentation coefficient ? Yahoo Answers

13.04.2010  Sedimentation coefficients are, however, not additive. Sedimentation rate does not depend only on the mass or volume of a particle, and when two particles bind together there is inevitably a loss of surface area. Thus when measured separately they will have svedberg values that may not add up to that of the bound particle.

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erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)? Yahoo Answers

28.05.2008  my frnd had a blood test and he got his erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) as 60mm/hr and normal is 20mm/hr.. please tell me any thing about this...how it can be cured.. and what is the intensity of this problem...is this something dangerous or its not very harmful....

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what is ESR(wintrobe)? Yahoo Answers

25.06.2008  ESR= Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate. Wintrobe = the name of the tube one sets up the test in. Westergren = Name of the methodology. Sed rates are not diagnostic. However, they can point the clinician in the general direction of what is wrong. Usually ESR is done along side Inflammation panels such as for Rheumatoid Arthritis. Can help the ...

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how to calculate corrected ESR? Yahoo Answers

22.08.2013  ESR (Erythrocyte sedimentation rate) is performs in the pathology lab by wintrob westerngreen method..the reading of ESR is not find by calculation..Your grandfather ESR is 46 MM..it is higher than normal indicates inflammation..or may be due to parasitic infection,elergic condition..so consult to your doctor..

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How can the ESR (Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate) be

05.03.2007  Yahoo Products; paus. paus asked in Health Diseases Conditions Respiratory Diseases 1 decade ago. How can the ESR (Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate) be useful in the evaluation of patient complaining chest pain . Answer Save. 7 Answers. Relevance. nochocolate. Lv 7. 1 decade ago. Favourite answer. Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate, an Independent Predictor of Coronary Heart

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What causes low Vitamin D and high ESR *Sedimentation

03.01.2011  Yahoo Products; Anonymous. Anonymous asked in Health Diseases Conditions Cancer 1 decade ago. What causes low Vitamin D and high ESR *Sedimentation Rate*? I've been having a LOT of joint/muscle pain for months, beyond months now. My doc decided to do a VitD25 Hydroxy test and ESR five days ago. The range for the Vit D should be 30-50, mine was 12. Then, the sed rate should

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High ESR levels? Yahoo Answers

21.10.2007  ESR means Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate. A high ESR might indicate infection. In your case it may be an autoimmune response meaning there is no specific infection but your body reacts as if there is, and without actual infection your body is attacking itself. It could be a sign for certain kind of arthritis (rheumatiod, ankylosing spondilitis ...

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What is sedimentation? Yahoo Answers

05.01.2014  Sedimentation is a physical water treatment process using gravity to remove suspended solids from water.[1] Solid particles entrained by the turbulence of moving water may be removed naturally by sedimentation in the still water of lakes and oceans. Settling basins are ponds constructed for the purpose of removing entrained solids by sedimentation.[2] Clarifiers are tanks built with

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high values of erythrocite sedimentation rate of one's ...

06.07.2007  Yahoo Products; aganesh_kumar. aganesh_kumar asked in Health Diseases Conditions Infectious Diseases 1 decade ago. high values of erythrocite sedimentation rate of one's blood sample-what does it mean healthwise? One of my friends, who is HBV poitive has just started treatment for the same, in recent tests done over a period of 10days, shows high values of ESR(About

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High ESR,CRP and slightly high white ... - Yahoo Answers UK

12.10.2009  What can a high erythrocyte sedimentation rate of 50, C-reactive protein and slightly high white blood cells in the blood indicate? Obviously a doctor is going to look into it,but I can't find anywhere what it could possibly be. Symptoms are fatigue and that's about it really.

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