Externally, a simple procedure for passing urine actually requires adherence to a number of simple rules.
The measurement of erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) and the use of this indicator as a method of medical diagnosis as early as 1918 was proposed by the Swedish researcher Faro.
Indicators of coagulogram, or hemostasiogram are studied to assess the increased and decreased blood coagulation ability, the likelihood of blood clots or bleeding.
Interpretation of the results of the analysis should be a specialist.
Eosinophils are measured either in absolute terms per milliliter of blood, or as a percentage of the total white blood cell count. The second method is more common and it is commonly used in laboratories.