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Infant's blood test done, RBC shows pred normocytic normochromic RBC, mild anisocytosis. Normal?

my one and half month old baby s blood report shows the following results Hb% 14.9 Total WBC count 0000 Polymorph neutrophil 31% per CU mm lymphocyte 67% per CU mm eosinophil 02% per CU mm CRP (titre) 0.503 mg/L Na (Sodium) 136 K (Potassium) 5.5 calcium (ionic) 5.06 RBC series says Pred. normocytic normochromic RBCs (+). Mild anisocytosis (+) Is this report OK? Please advise.
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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Thanks for your query

i can feel your concerns

yes,reports are ok .potassium is on higher side.i want to inquire if your child having diarrohea or some gastrointestinal problem.
RBC normochromic normocytic means normal in size and hemoglobin content
mild anisocytosis means a slight variation in size,nothing to worry

Hope i have ansewered your query

wishing him good health



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