Laboratory Testing Reference Ranges
Reference ranges are based on the normal test results of a large group of healthy people.
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Lab results are often shown as a set of numbers known as a reference range (normal values). Reference ranges are based on the normal test results of a large group of healthy people.
Table of Contents
- Complete Blood Count (CBC) Reference Ranges
- Urine Test Reference Ranges
- Biochemistry Tests Reference Ranges
- Hormone Test Reference Ranges
- Nutrition Range Reference Ranges
Complete Blood Count (CBC) Reference Ranges
|Complete Blood Count||Male||Female||Units|
|White Cell Count (WBC)||4-11||4-11||109/L|
|Platelet Count (PLT)||150-450||150-450||109/L|
|Red Blood Count (RBC)||4.5-6.5||3.8-5.8||1012/L|
|Mean Cell Volume (MCV)||80-100||80-100||fl|
|Packed Cell Volume (PCV) / Haematocrit (HCT)||0.40-0.52||0.37-0.47||L/L|
|Mean Cell Haemoglobin (MCH)||27-32||27-32||pg|
|Mean Cell Haemoglobin Concentration (MCHC)||320-360||320-360||g/L|
|Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR)||1-10||1-12||mm/hr|