Is It Dangerous If The Results Of Blood Tests Occur Some Improvement?
, if in a blood test, if the results go up from a number of normal numbers can it affect or not?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Blood tests are indeed one of the most common forms of investigation. More specifically, there are many types of blood tests, ranging from routine blood tests, examination of thick-blood smear, examination of blood chemistry, kidney function, liver function, and many others.
Of all the tests, and maybe it can be said of all examinations as a whole, the benchmark figures that are said to be normal can vary in each laboratory, but the difference is not too significant to change the diagnosis or treatment. In addition, it is true what you say that not all of the abnormal numbers indicate a certain disease and must be treated immediately. Some results that are above or below normal can be ignored if they are not too different or there are no clinical symptoms in the patient.
That is why, the investigation must be returned to the doctor who asked him to discuss the results, whether the difference is important or not, what diseases can be concluded, and what is the most appropriate treatment. Because after all, supporting investigations only function as a support. Mainly remain from the history, physical examination, and assessment and clinical conclusions from the doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.