CBC, WBC, RBC lab values

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CBC, RBC, WBC  va


 
  
Created Apr 17, 2011
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Normal hemoglobin (HBG) values:
 

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Normal hematocrit (HCT) values are:
 

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Normal RBC count is: 
 

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Normal platelet count is: 
 
100,000 to 450,000
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Normal WBC count is: 
 
4,500 - 10,000
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Normal segmented neurtophil count is:
 
54 - 62%
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Normal band form count is: 
 
3 - 5%  (above 8% indicates left shift)
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Normal basophil count is: 
 
0-1%
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Normal eosinophil count is: 
 
0-3%
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Normal lymphocyte count is:  24-44%
 
24-44%
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Normal monocyte count is: 
 
3-6%
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Increased WBC count may be suggestive of: 
 
Bacterial/viral infection, leukemia.
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Reduced RBC values (anemia) may be suggestive of: 
 

Hemorrhage, bacterial infections, low B-12, kidney disease (erythropoietin, which signals...

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Decreased HBG may be suggestive of: 
 
Anemia due to nutritional deficiencies, blood loss, destruction of blood cells internally,...
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Decreased HCT may be suggestive of: 
 

Anemia due to nutritional deficiencies, blood loss.

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Reduced platelet count may be suggestive of: 
 

Thrombocytopenia, acute blood loss, drug effects (such as heparin), infections w/sepsis,...

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RBC function is to:
 
Transport oxygen bound to HBG.  Also transports small amounts of carbon dioxide
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Neutrophil function:
 
They are active phagocytes.  They increase rapidly in number during short-term or acute...
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Eosinophil function:
 
Increase during allergies, kill parasitic worms.
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Basophil function:
 
Responds to inflammation.  Granules contain histamine (vasodilator), which is discharged...
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Granulocytes include: 
 
The "Phils":  neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils
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Agranulocytes include:
 
Lymphocytes and monocytes
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Lymphocyte function:
 
Important in the "immune response."  B lymphocytes produce antibodies.  T lymphocytes...
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Monocyte function: 
 
Phagocytes that become macrophages in the tissues.  They are the "clean-up team." ...
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Monocyte increase may indicate:
 
Long-term infection
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Neutrophil increase may indicate:
 
New-onset (acute) infection.
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Platelet function:
 
Clot blood.  Are not "cells", but fragments of megakaryocytes.
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Blood cell formation: 
 
Hemocytoblasts (stem cells) become secondary stem cells (either lymphoid stem cells or myeloid...
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RBC formation: 
 
Includes the kidney (releases erythropoietin), which stimulates red bone marrow in the bones...
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Normal and therapeutic PT / INR values:
 
Normal INR should be appx. 1.0.  Therapeutic level (prevent DVT) is between 2-3.  This...
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Normal PTT values: 
 
Normal is between 30-45 seconds.  This test is generally done while on heparin therapy...
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Trick to remembering which test goes with which drug:  PT / PTT
 
Count the letters in the word WARFARIN (8-letters), then add the letters from the corresponding...
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PT / INR test is used during:   

 

PTT test is used...

 

PT/INR:  Warfarin (Coumadin) therapy

 

PTT:  Heparin (Lovenox)...

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