CBC normal values for age 1-2 years

CBC normal values chart for toddlers and children which reached age one year or two after birthday.
up to age 2 years, the child has grown well, his lungs able to provide enough oxygen to the rest of whole body, his spleen able to refine blood cells and toning the blood circulation deadlines for each type of blood cells, and child bone marrow of long bones become active to produce new blood cells,

Unit 1-2 years
HB g/dl 11.1-14.1
RBC 10^6/ul 3.9-5.1
HCT % 30-38
MCV fl 70-84
MCH pg 25-29
MCHC g/dl 30-36
RETICS % of RBCs 0.2-2.0
PLT *10^3/ul 200-550
WBC *10^3/ul 6000-16000
Differential leucocytic count: Absolute values/ul Percentage %
BASO less than 145 0-1
EOSINO less than 930 1-6
NEUTR 15000-8000 30-65
SEGM 30-60
LYMPH 1500-7000 40-70
MONO less than 1240 2-8

What do normal levels of son/daughter CBC test mean?

Toddler’s CBC normal Values

Toddler’s hemoglobin normal ranges from 11.1 up to 14.1 gram per deciliter of blood which is enough for respiration and food/waste transport.
Red blood cells count in a toddler’s CBC test ranges from 3.9 upto 5.1 million cells per microliter of blood, all results lies between the two limits considered normal.
Total white blood cells count for a child 1 up 2 years old must lies between 6 thousand up to 16 thousand cells per microliter of blood to be normal, any result comes up the normal WBC limits known as “leukemia” which refer to a blood cancer of white cells.
See: CBC test normal ranges for 1 years old.

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