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CBC (COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT) WITH DIFF The CBC, also known as a Complete Blood Count, is a test that provides information about certain cells in the blood. It is a very common and important test that is frequently ordered by a physician to check a patient’s general health status.
1 Blood Test Report Fasting Normal values Observation Complete Blood Count (CBC) Fasting not essential RBC (Erythrocytes) No M-4.5-6.4 F-4.0-5.4
HEART RATE & BLOOD PRESSSURE On initiation of any medication and at least every six months thereafter, or more frequently as clinically indicated. COMPREHENSIVE METABOLIC PANEL (CMP), LIPIDS, FASTING GLUCOSE AND COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (CBC) On initiation of any medication affecting this parameter and at least annually
Mayo Clin Proc. • July 2005;80(7):923-936 • www.mayoclinicproceedings.com 925 ABNORMAL COMPLETE BLOOD CELL COUNTS IN ADULTS
Test Measure Description Reference Range** Abnormal High Abnormal Low Notes Complete Blood Count (CBC) See below
Complete Blood Count Normal Pediatric Values Complete Blood Count Normal Pediatric Values Age Red Blood Cells (x 106/µL) Hemoglobin (g/dL) Hematocrit (%) MCV (fL) MCHC (%) Reticulocyte Count (%) Cord blood 14.0-18.8 42-68 96-125 30-34 3-7 Term newborn 5.00-6.30 18.0-21.5 51-68 95-125 30-35 3-7 1-3 days 4.10-6.10 14.0-24.0 43-68 95-125 30-38 1 ...