Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1987;27(2):339-345.
Relative Anticipated Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate of Cattle Blood, as Measured by 45 Degree-Angled Capillary Hematocrit Tube, for Ambient Temperature and PCV Value
Bang-whan Lee
Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agriculture, Chonnam National University
소 혈액의 45도 경사 모세관에 의한 ESR측정에 있어서 환경온도 및 PCV에 상관하는 관계적 예기ESR치
전남대학교 농과대학 수의학과
Each of twenty blood samples taken from apparently healthy Korean Cows was used to produce five different mixtures of autologous plasma and blood corpuscles such that their values of packed cell volume (PCV) lay between 10 to 50ml/l00ml. The measurements of erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) using 45 degree-angled capillary hematocrit tube, 1.1-1.2mm bore, ($45^{circ}-micro-ESR$) were practised for the blood of various levels of PCV under the ambient temperature of ${10^{circ}C}$, ${20^{circ}C}$ and ${30^{circ}C}$. Correlation of ESR to ambient temperature showed linear regression each in five levels of PCV. ESR increased with ascending ambient temperature, and magnitude of the increase of ESR became greater as the level of PCV lowered. Correlation of ESR, of which values were transformed by the linear regression equation correlated to ambient temperature to PCV showed curvilinear regression each in three levels of ambient temperature, and ESR was increased with decreasing PCV. The data were statistically analysed and a list of relative anticipate $45^{circ}-micro-ESR$ values for PCV and ambient temperature was presented.

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