Hemoglobin Correction for Altitude
Residence at a high altitude exposes a person to relative hypoxia compared to what a person residing at sea level experiences. This results in a slightly higher hemoglobin level in the blood for a person residing at altitude as compared to that of a person residing at sea level. The following analysis was based on patient data collected in the Andes and coastal regions of Ecuador.
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