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Blood test done. Consequence of abnormal result?

Concerning results from blod test on 08 / 08 / 13 were as follows: White blood cell count 13.2 H.
Absolute Neutrophils 9253 H.
The blood test on 09 / 09 / 13 reflrcted the following: White blood cell count 16.6 H. ( an increse of 3.4 )
Absolute neutrophils 12,317 H. ( an increase of 3064)
In addition: Creatinine 1.65 H.
eGFR Non-Afr. American 41 L.
Glucose: 148. H
Since Absolute Neutrophils, according last reding is much higher than the 1500 - 7800 reference range.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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dear user
as per your lab reports there is high level of total leucocyte count along with significant high level of neutrophil .
it reflects acute infection any where in body .

normal value of creatinine is .8 -1.5 , you have slightly increase creatiine level .

i want to know do u have fever , any respiratory infection , pain any where in abdomen .
high level of creatinine + high neutrophil and if u have urinary complaint than chances of urinary infection also .
u should go for urine routine and microscopy and culture .

consult to your doctor and get complete physical examination
Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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