Complete Blood Test Results?
Slmt mlm … A few months ago I did a complete blood test … On the bottom sheet of results it says Rbc ip message: turbudity / hgb interf? What does that mean …? Thank you.
Thank you for the question.
Complete blood examination is one type of blood examination conducted to determine the level of red blood cells (which are useful for delivering oxygen and nutrients to various body tissues), white blood cells (which are useful in warding off infections), and platelets (which are useful in the process of blood clotting ) inside the body. From this complete blood examination can also be known how much hemoglobin (a protein in red blood cells that binds oxygen) and hematocrit (the ratio between red blood cells and blood plasma). In general, blood cell levels can reflect your health status, so that it can help your doctor make a diagnosis and determine the right treatment for your condition.
The term RBC in a complete blood test refers to the level of red blood cells (red blood cells). Normally, red blood cell levels range from 4.32 to 5.72 million cells per microliter of blood in men, whereas in women it can range from 3.90 to 5.03 million cells per microliter of blood.
It is unclear exactly what the other term you mean if it is true that this is found on the results of a complete blood count. But often, the term lp refers to visual fields, turbidity refers to turbidity, high refers to higher than normal examination results, and interf may refer to interferon.
However, what exactly is the purpose of the terms you mentioned, of course it is not enough to be identified based only on a brief description and bits and pieces like this. The good, to avoid misunderstanding, you consult this matter directly with the doctor who examined you and recommend that the examination be done yes ..
I hope this helps.