Explanation Of Lab Examination Results?
, may I ask. Lab Results: Cholesterol 130 mg / dL, HDL Cholesterol 33 mg / dL, Total Protein 8.41 g / dL, Globulin 3.65 g / dL, 003 Stem Neutrophil 16%, Segment Neutrophil 42%
Hello Rivaldo Montolalu, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
The interpretation of the laboratory results you are asking is as follows:
Normal blood cholesterol
HDL cholesterol (high density lipoprotein) or commonly called "good fat": including rather low (where good fat is called normal / recommended is around 50-59 mg / dL). HDL greater than 60 mg / dL is actually associated with a reduced risk of heart and blood vessel disease. You can increase HDL by eating foods rich in good fats (for example avocados) and reducing saturated fats (fried foods, packaged snack foods, animal fats, etc.), and encourage exercise 3-5 times a week (@ 30-45 minutes) for example by jogging, swimming, cycling.
Total protein: normal
Stem neutrophils increased slightly (normally 0-10%), segment neutrophils decreased slightly (normally 51-67%). Neutrophils are young white blood cells (less mature). This increase in immature white blood cells usually occurs in infection / inflammation.
Please note that any interpretation of laboratory results needs to be re-synchronized with the patient's clinical condition.
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