What can "tell" the blood
• What can "tell" the blood of
Even the CBC is an important physiological indicator that will help the doctor determine the level of health of the patient. The study provides clear information on the cellular composition of the blood: the level of knowing the rules can be simply understood by comparing whether all with you in order. But how to understand where the norm in the most important parameters?
The red blood cells
OK: (4.0-5.1) * 10 12 / liter
This non-nuclear cells, which are used to transfer oxygen into the body. Increasing the amount of red blood cells in the blood can indicate disease of the lungs, liver and kidneys. Furthermore, in the inflammation process skips level erythrocytes continuously, allowing (in some cases) oncology diagnose at an early stage.
OK: (4.0-9.0) * 10 9 / l
White blood cells, providing us with protection from viruses. Serious excess of normal white blood cell count may indicate the beginning of an infectious disease.
OK: (180-320) * 10 9 / l
Blood after an injury is minimized thanks to these cells. A harmful heavy metal toxicity, renal failure and cirrhosis characterized by a sharp decrease in the number of thrombocytes in the blood.
OK: 3, 5-6, 5 mmol / l
Diabetes mellitus is quite able to develop in an adult. Therefore, it is important to check the blood glucose level at least once a year, a sharp jump will talk about what you need to seek emergency medical attention.
OK: 20, 5 mmol / l
This indicator helps to determine if the liver is functioning normally. Hepatitis of all types and gallstone disease characterized by high levels of bilirubin.
OK: 0, 18 mmol / l
Renal failure experienced doctor can determine already on the level of creatinine in the blood.
OK: 130-160 g / l
The erythrocytes hemoglobin is a protein that helps regulate the transfer of oxygen between the lungs and body tissues. When bleeding hemoglobin naturally decreasing, however, it will be low and the latent lesions to internal organs. Increase in hemoglobin indicates some kind of blood disease or heart failure.