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Journal of Geographical Sciences

, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp 331–338 | Cite as

Normal reference value of hemoglobin of young women and geographical factors in China

  • G. E. Miao
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Abstract

A research is conducted on the relationship between the normal reference value of 20,475 examples of hemoglobin of young women and five geographical factors in 208 areas in China, the normal reference value is determined by the hemoglobincyanide method. It is found that the correlation of geographical factors and the normal reference value of hemoglobin of young women are quite significant (F=142.81). By using the method of multiple linear regression analysis, one regression equation is inferred. If geographical values are obtained in some areas, the normal reference value of hemoglobin of young women of this area can be reckoned by using the regression equation. Furthermore, depending on the geographical factors, China can be divided into six regions: Qinghai-Tibet (Qingzang) Plateau, Southwest, Northwest, Southeast, North and Northeast China.

Key words

hemoglobin reference value geographical elements regression analysis 

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R188 

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  • G. E. Miao
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  1. 1.Department of GeographyShaanxi Normal UniversityXi’anChina

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