All CBC Normal Levels Charts With Differential

The Normal Complete blood Count for Adults

Blood Normal Levels For an Adult Woman

Normal Blood Levels for an Adult Man

Complete blood Count Normal Levels for children, toddlers, teenagers

Children with anemia caused by very low levels of iron in their blood may also eat strange things such as ice, dirt, clay, and cornstarch. … Even a low level of anemia can affect your child’s energy, focus, and ability to learn. Chronic iron deficiency anemia can result in long term, permanent impairment of development.

CBC Levels for Teenagers of age 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 years old.

CBC Levels for teenagers of age, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 Years old.

CBC for Kids of age 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 years old, male and female.

CBC levels for children of age 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 years old girl and boy.

CBC Normal Levels for boys and girls of age 1 year and 2 years old.

Kids under a year of age: Normal CBC Levels for kids of age 9, 10, 11, 12 months 

Normal CBC Levels for babies from ages 3 months, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 months.

Complete Blood Count Levels for Neonates

CBC Normal Levels For a baby after a week of birth

Normal Levels of complete blood count for a baby after 1, 2, 3 days of birth

Complete Blood Count of a neonate baby at birth

CBC Test Report

Pregnancy Complete Blood Count Normal Levels

Women with anemia during the third trimester of pregnancy and who had hemoglobin levels 8.1-10 g/dl, 6.5-8 g/dl and <6.5g/dl were classified as having mild, moderate and severe anemia respectively (WHO/UNICEF/UNO.IDA, 1998).

CBC for Pregnant woman during first month, second month, and third month.

CBC during pregnancy, forth month, fifth month, sixth month.

CBC Normal levels after seven, eight months and during the last month.

Blood Iron Levels

Blood Iron isn’t the same as Blood Hemoglobin, to know the meaning and differences, and the benefits of testing for iron in blood, visit: Blood Iron Normal Levels

Iron storage test

Ferritin is not the same as iron, learn what does it mean and what it can do for anemia Visit: Elevated Ferritin levels

Types of Anemia

According to the National Institutes of Health’s National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, there are more than 400 types of anemia. In general, the causes of these types of anemia can be divided into three groups: Anemia caused by blood loss. Anemia caused by decreased or faulty red blood cell production. Visit: Types of Anemia


low RDW (below 10.2%) means that the red blood cells vary very little in size. One reason for a low RDW level is macrocytic anemia. Another cause of a low RDW level is microcytic anemia. In these two disorders the red blood cells do not vary much in size because they are either all small or all large. Visit: RDW Meaning in Medical Terms

Medical Definition of MCH

MCH: Abbreviation for mean cell hemoglobin, which is the average amount of hemoglobin in the average red cell. … (The hemoglobin value is the amount of hemoglobin in a volume of blood while the red cell count is the number of red blood cells in a volume of blood.) Visit: MCH meaning in CBC Test

Hematocrit (HCT) or Packed Cell Volume (PCV)

HCT/PCV is the percent of blood volume filled by erythrocytes and, thus, a measure of oxygen carrying capacity of the blood. … Spun HCT and Spun PCV are different names for the same thing (both are derived by the same method—determined by centrifugation of anticoagulated whole blood). Visit: HCT and PCV meaning in a blood test.

What is “RBC” in a Blood Test?

A short form for “Red blood cells” 

White Blood Cells Levels

How many white blood cells (WBCs) someone has varies, but the normal range is usually between 4,000 and 11,000 per microliter of blood. A blood test that shows aWBC count of less than 4,000 per microliter (some labs say less than 4,500) couldmean your body may not be able to fight infection the way it should. Visit: Normal WBC count levels

Dr.Megan Ralf

A Medical laboratory Scientist who devoted his life to medical and laboratory sciences, writes his everyday expertise dealing with various pathological conditions through laboratory diagnosis of different body fluids, also participating in many workshops for first aids, infection control, and urgent care. Also Dr Megan Ralf coaching many medical teams.

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