Explanation Of The Results Of Blood Lab Tests Increased Eosinophils?
Good morning. I would like to ask about the results of my blood test: Eosinophil: 6; Basophils: 0; Neutrophil Stems: 0; Neutrophil Segment: 51; Lymphocytes: 36; Monocytes: 7; Platelets: 256,000. Can I ask for a response? Thank you
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Laboratory examination is a supporting examination that will support the physical and symptom examination carried out by the doctor so that the diagnosis is not made from a supporting examination but from a comprehensive examination conducted by a doctor.
Regarding these results, it is usually necessary to interpret the normal levels for each examination site to be different because it depends on the standard of the equipment used, but the usual difference is not significant.
In general the level of white blood cells or leukocytes is changing with age, which is around 3,500-10,500 per microliter as an adult. Regarding denfan count jenjs then see each type of leukocytes.
Neutrophils function against bacterial infections, which account for 55-70% of leukocytes. Lymphocyte counts are generally 20-40% of leukocytes. Monocytes or macrophages make up 2-8% of Eosinophil leukocytes, usually 1-3% of leukocytes, while basophils are the smallest, with less than 1% of leukocytes.
So from the results obtained that there is a slight increase is eonosil this may be related to parasitic or allergic infections but again it must be in accordance with the symptoms and physical examination.
While normal platelets are around 150 to 400 thousand so they are still classified as normal.
Thus the information that we can convey may be useful thanks