Hemolysis

What is Hemolysis?

This is due to rupture of rbc cell membrane realisig hemoglobin to surroundig fluid plasma. It looks pink.

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Is it possible for potassium levels to fluctuate? I had blood works about a month ago and my potassium level was 5.3. One week ago I had another...

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they may fluctuate but not much

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first of all 5.9 is too high. This is not normal. Make sure the specimen was...

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Please find details of my four reports. Please provide some valuable comments on my situation. After the 3rd test I was prescribed to take...

doctor1 MD

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Increased Red Blood cell destruction. Need to do peripheral smear test.

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Thank you for posting your...

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Hi, I have G6PD and my ferritin has been 800, 640 and now 600 in the last 6 months. I also have alpha thalassemia minor. We have done tons of test...

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Brief Answer:
Because of hemolysis

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Thanks for your query.

It is true that, because of g6pd deficiency and alpha thalassemia minor...

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