Research Article| Volume 26, ISSUE 2, P395-398, November 1940

A method of collecting and transporting small blood samples for hemoglobin determination

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      A simple and inexpensive procedure is given for obtaining small blood samples which are mailed to the laboratory from all parts of the country for hemoglobin determination. Similar procedures are also used for blood samples obtained during sugar tolerance tests and for the Kline serologic test.
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