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QUEZON INSTITUTE 3B PATIENT: J.P.P.

. AGE: 24 years old SEX: M PROCEDURE COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT February 13, 2012 NORMS LABORATORY RESULTS RESULT 11.3 g/dl INTERPRETATION AND ANALYSIS Deviation from normal, decreased A decrease in hemoglobin means a decrease in the supply of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood. Patient may indicate signs of hemorrhage, anemia or kidney disease. Reference: (Pathophysiology for Health Professions p.110) Hematocrit Male: 42 54 % 37 % Deviation from normal, decreased A decrease in hematocrit means a decrease in hemoglobin concentration that leads to blood viscosity. Low values could be a result of: anemia, overhydration, bone marrow suppression, chronic infection, hemodilution or vitamin deficiency (B6, B12, folic acid). Reference: (Pathophysiology for Health Professions p.110) WBC Male: 5.0 10.0 x 10^9 /L Clotting time 2- 4 minutes 6.7 x 10^9 /L Normal

Hemoglobin Male: 14.0 18.0 g/dl

4 minutes and 30 seconds

Deviation from normal, increased Increased clotting time could be a result of deficiencies in vitamin K, warfarin therapy, malabsorption, or

lack of intestinal colonization by bacteria. Reference: (Pathophysiology for Health Professions p.110) Bleeding time 1- 3 minutes Neutrophils 0.40-0.60 1 minute and 30 seconds 0.71 Normal Deviation from normal, increased Increased neutrophils can be seen in most viral upper respiratory infections due to mycoplasma (often affects younger people and may be associated with anemia) that cause mild forms of pneumonia. High levels may also indicate an active infection. Reference: (Pathophysiology for Health Professions p.110) Lymphocytes 0.20-0.40 Eosinophils 0.01-0.06 Monocytes 0.02-0.08 0.24 0.02 0.03 Normal Normal Normal

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