hemochrome

[hee-muh-krohm, hem-uh-]
noun
1.
the red coloring matter of the blood.
2.
an oxygen-containing component of the blood.

Origin:
hemo- + -chrome

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haemochrome or (US) hemochrome (ˈhiːməˌkrəʊm, ˈhɛm-, ˈhiːməˌkrəʊm, ˈhɛm-)
 
n
a blood pigment, such as haemoglobin, that carries oxygen
 
hemochrome or (US) hemochrome
 
n

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The safety and tolerability of the drug will be evaluated by measuring hemochrome every seven days with leukocyte formula count.
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