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Had blood test done. What does the RBC, WBC, MCV, MCH, Hbg or platelet count tell?

I had a blood test done a few days ago and was just wondering if you could help me interpret some of the results.... Iron Binding Capacity: 515 Transferrin: 387 Ferritin: 96 Iron Saturation: 21 Iron Lvl: 106 WBC: 9.05 Hgb: 13.9 Hct: 40.1 Platelet: 374 RBC: 4.72 MCV: 85.0 MCH: 29.4 MCHC: 34.7 RDW: 12.8 MPV: 9.6 Neut Auto: 65.2 Imm Gran Auto: 0.3 Lymph Auto: 26.5% Mono AUto: 6.6 Eos Auto: 1.2 Basophil Auto: 0.2 Neut Absolute: 5.89 Imm Gran Absolute: 0.03 Lymph Absolute: 2.40 Mono ABsolute: 0.60 Eox Absolute: 0.11 Baso ABsolute: 0.02
Asked On : Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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Before you interpret any investigation you should know age of the person and sex (Male or Female) .
also what for investigation is done that means it is always correlated clinically.

Hemoglobin 13.9gm% is in normal range WBC count and differential count is normal, Serum iron and ferritin level with in normal range, TIBC is slightly higher than normal usually seen in Iron deficiency anemia but reference range may vary from Lab to Lab.

Please see your Physician and he will interpret and explain to you details.
Good Luck.
Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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