Contents: 1. What is this study? 2. norm in blood test 3. Explanation WBC blood test, and the reasons for the deviation from the norm WBC blood test - a general clinical research, whose main task is to count the number of white blood cells contained in the blood serum.WBC Abbreviation ( «white blood cells») means "white blood cells" or, in other words, the white blood cell...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Indications for blood analysis RDW 2. How is the research? 3. Deciphering blood test RDW Red blood cells (erythrocytes) in humans are not the same size.To determine the degree of heterogeneity in medicine there exists a special code called RDW.Literally, this abbreviation means "red blood cell distribution width".This study is to determine the range between th...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Norma RBC in blood test 2. Explanation to detect hidden diseases medical specialists often prescribe general or biochemical analysis of blood, at which decoding determine the presenceabnormalities in the functioning of various organs.Furthermore, using BAC KLA and doctors dynamics control therapy.During laboratory analysis study enzymatic blood elements, the most...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. What is the PLT? 2. Norma PLT blood analysis 3. Deciphering blood test PLT Complete blood count - one of the most important diagnostic procedures.This study helps to identify the set of pathological processes.In the laboratory analysis determines the blood plasma of erythrocytes, hemoglobin, leucocytes and platelets.Of particular importance in diagnostics is t...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. What erythrocytes 2. Features blood test MCV 3. Transcription analysis of the results on the MCV and the normal indicators MCV - itone of the values that allow us to describe the state or erythrocytes, as they are called, the red blood cells.The importance of the role of red blood cells in the blood is difficult to overestimate, and any changes in their cha...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Express blood test for HIV and other infections 2. Blood rapid method for excluding appendicitis 3. Hardware blood tests 4. Express blood tests using test strips Express blood test - an effective innovation that makes it possible to quickly determine blood type and detect various pathological processes in the patient.For example, it is possible to distingu...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. blood tests on ROE 2. physiological norm ESR to analyze blood 3. Factors affecting the reactivity of the erythrocyte sedimentation 4. a blood test for ESR: decoding ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate) is one of the main indicators of clinical blood analysis.The modern name of the indicator - ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate).The basis of this analysis ...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. What are the neutrophils? 2. neutrophils in blood analysis: deciphering 3. main reasons for increasing the concentration of neutrophils in the blood count 4. main reasons for decrease of neutrophils in blood test Neutrophils are the largest groupleukocytes, which protect the body from multiple infections.This type is formed leukocytes in bone marrow.Penetr...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. Norma urea in blood test 2. what purpose, doctors prescribe blood chemistry urea? 3. What does a low level of urea in the blood test? 4. What does the high concentration of urea in a blood test? Urea is one of the end products of protein breakdown.This substance is derived from the human body in the urine (through the kidneys).This is why the urea concentrat...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. What monocyte? 2. normal level of monocytes in the blood count 3. Why are lowered or raised in the analysis of blood monocytes 4. In what diseases the level of monocytes in the blood test is increased? 5. In what diseases the level of monocytes in the blood test is reduced? Monocytes - are special cells in the blood, which belong to the category of white...Continue Reading
Contents: 1. When you need to be tested for herpes 2. Preparing and conducting a blood test for herpes virus 3. Decoding results ...
Contents: 1. When you need to take a blood test for hepatitis? 2. What is a blood test for hepatitis B? 3. Deciphering blood test f...
Contents: 1. Hemoglobin - What is it? 2. What is the rate of hemoglobin in the blood tests? 3. What are the causes of low hemoglobi...