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CBC (Complete Blood Count)

The complete blood count measures the:

Normal Values for Men*

HCT 4054%

Hgb

13.517.5 g/dL
WBC 5,00010,000/µL

Neutrophils

30007000 (5060%)

Bands/stabs

05%

Eosinophils

50250 (14%)

Basophils

25100 (0.51.0%)

Monocytes

100600 (26%)

Lymphocytes

10004000 (2040%)
RBC 4.25.4 x 100,000/µL
MCV 87-103 µm3/red cell
MCH 2634 pg/cell
MCHC 3137 g Hgb/dL
Platelet count 150,000-350,000/mm3

Normal Values for Women*

HCT 3747%

Hgb

12.016.0 g/dL
WBC 5,00010,000/µL

Neutrophils

18007700 (5060%)

Bands/stabs

05%

Eosinophils

0450 (04%)

Basophils

25100 (0.51.0%)

Monocytes

0800 (08%)

Lymphocytes

10004800 (2050%)
RBC 3.65.0 x 100,000/µL
MCV 87103 µm3/red cell
MCH 2634 pg/cell
MCHC 3137 g Hgb/dL
Platelet count 150,000350,000/mm3

*These are general values taken from a variety of sources. The actual normal values may vary from lab to lab and from one type of testing protocol to another.

Source: Operational Medicine 2001, Health Care in Military Settings, NAVMED P-5139, May 1, 2001, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Department of the Navy, 2300 E Street NW, Washington DC, 20372-5300, USA