Blood Test Results?
w ask yesterday’s widal blood test resultsrnHemoglobin 10.5rnLeucocyt 16.300rnErythrocytes 3,960,000rnHct 32.0rnThrombocytes 213,000rnN.segment 86.3rnLymposite 9.7rnMonocytes 4.0rnS.typhi O 1/160rnS.typhi H 1/320rnS.paratyphi AO negativernS.paratyphi BO negativernS.paratyphi CO negativernS. Paratyphi AH is negativernS.paratyphi BH is negativernS.paratyphi CH 1/80rnPlease explain, cz yesterday I didn’t really understand
Blood examination is a medical supporting examination carried out to strengthen the results of a physical examination. That is why laboratory results are very important to consult with the doctor who referred you so that the doctor can adjust the results of the physical test with your medical test.
In summary, your laboratory results indicate the presence of =
Anemia, where there is a hemoglobin of less than 12 (in women) followed by low erythrocytes. High leukocytes indicate the presence of infection in the body. Widal examination (S. Typy and parathyphi) indicated the possibility of acute infection from typhoid. Widal examination is now no longer considered a definitive examination of typhoid due to the many cases of carrier typhoid with positive Widal results but no typhoid symptoms at all. For now, the definitive test for typhoid is using a tubex blood test.
Typhoid is a bacterial infection of the blood and intestines of sufferers. It is transmitted through contaminated food or drink and is ingested by people. This infection has symptoms such as =
High fever > 5 days. Nausea or vomiting. Disorders of bowel movements (usually diarrhea) Abdominal pain. bloating. Weak. The mouth tastes bitter. Typhoid tongue is characterized by a whitish tongue with a red, vibrating edge. Handling this infection is by giving certain types of antibiotics with doses according to body weight for 7-14 days. Improving diet patterns, maintaining hand hygiene and eating utensils and getting enough rest and drinking plenty of water can help reduce patient complaints.
I hope this helps.