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What Does This Mean F WBC 7.30 4.00-10.50 (x10E3/uL) F

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Posted on Thu, 23 Jun 2022
Question: what does this mean
F     WBC     7.30     4.00-10.50 (x10E3/uL)
F     RBC     5.14 H     3.87-5.11 (x10E6/uL)
F     Hemoglobin     14.8     11.0-15.0 (g/dL)
F     Hematocrit     44.3     34.0-46.0 (%)
F     MCV     86     78-100 (fL)
F     MCH     29     26-34 (pg)
F     MCHC     33     30-37 (g/dL)
F     Platelets     305     150-400 (x10E3/uL)
F     Neutrophils     46.2      (%)
F     Lymphs     45.2      (%)
F     Monocytes     5.3      (%)
F     Eosinophil     2.20      (%)
F     Basos     0.80      (%)
F     Neutrophils #     3.37     1.70-7.70 (x10E3/uL)
F     Lymphs #     3.3     0.7-4.0 (x10E3/uL)
F     Monocytes #     0.39     0.20-1.20 (x10E3/uL)
F     Eosinophil #     0.16     0.00-0.50 (x10E3/uL)
F     Basos #     0.06     0.00-0.20 (x10E3/uL)
F     RDW-CV     12.9     11.5-16.5 (%)
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Answered by Dr. Shailja Puri (20 hours later)
Brief Answer:
The parameters posted by you are part of CBC which is within normal range.

Detailed Answer:
Hello,
Thanks for posting your query on Ask A Doctor forum.
The parameters posted by you are a part of complete blood count (CBC).
CBC shows normal red blood cell count, normal hemoglobin, normal white blood cell count and normal differential count and normal platelet count.
White blood cells are involved in immunity and protecting body against various infections.
Platelets are involved in coagulation and protecting body against any bleeding.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja Puri



Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Raju A.T
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Follow up: Dr. Shailja Puri (2 days later)
Thank you for the obvious on CBC I think its common sense on that part but I guess it wasn't. I am sorry as I thought the RBC "H" would be anything I needed to worry with but hey thanks for literally answering nothing based on this blood work print out. Thanks for scamming me out of money though that was cool.
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Answered by Dr. Shailja Puri (15 hours later)
Brief Answer:
The RBC count is slightly high, however, there is nothing abnormal.

Detailed Answer:
Hello and welcome again,
The red blood count (RBC) is slightly higher than the normal biological range.
However, there is nothing to worry since it dos not signify anything abnormal.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja Puri
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What Does This Mean F WBC 7.30 4.00-10.50 (x10E3/uL) F

Brief Answer: The parameters posted by you are part of CBC which is within normal range. Detailed Answer: Hello, Thanks for posting your query on Ask A Doctor forum. The parameters posted by you are a part of complete blood count (CBC). CBC shows normal red blood cell count, normal hemoglobin, normal white blood cell count and normal differential count and normal platelet count. White blood cells are involved in immunity and protecting body against various infections. Platelets are involved in coagulation and protecting body against any bleeding. Thanks and take care Dr Shailja Puri