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LITRE. A French measure of capacity. It is of the size of a decimetre, or one-tenth part of a cubic metre. It is equal to 61.028 cubic inches. Vide Measure.

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106 milligrams per deciliter) and higher HbA1c (6.4 percent vs.
Specifically, the median blood lead level in 47 tested individuals was 9.4 micrograms per deciliter, which approaches the EPA's own risk threshold of 10 micrograms per deciliter, over which toxic effects can be expected.
In the study, heart attack rates were about 33 percent lower in statin takers whose LDL fell below 70 milligrams per deciliter of blood than in those with higher LDL.
Methods: Two hundred two patients with chronic renal insufficiency (indicated by a serum creatinine level between 1.5 mg per deciliter and 3.9 mg per deciliter) who had a normal total-body lead burden and no history of exposure to lead were observed for 24 months.
It can also be defined as 20-200 mg of albumin per deciliter of urine collected at the first morning void.
The new FPG value is 126 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) or greater, rather than 140 mg/dL or greater.
Although blood lead levels have dropped since the 1970s, so has the acceptable blood lead level in children set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)--it dropped from 30 to 25 micrograms per deciliter (mcg/ dL) in 1985, and again from 25 to 10 mcg/dL in 1991.
The blood test for protein status measures albumin levels, the normal range for which is 3.5 to 5 grams per deciliter of blood.
Comparingblood values before athletic training in an endurance athlete, a drop of one gram per deciliter of hemoglobin is probably dilutional.
One in 11 have blood-lead levels of more than 10 micrograms per deciliter, the point at which the agency says that injury may result.
Of those, .9 percent or 4,519 children that were first screened had blood lead levels over 20 grams per deciliter and a little under half of those were city residents.
Those who received nurse counseling had an average LDL cholesterol level of 107 milligrams per deciliter, compared with 132 milligrams per deciliter among those who received usual care alone.