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PERIPHERAL BLOOD (normal values ​​of indicators of a healthy person).

• The number of red blood cells husband. 4.0 - 5.0 x 1012 / l

wives 3.7 –4.7 x 1012 / l

• Hemoglobin husband. 130-160 g / l

wives 120-140 g / l

• Color indicator 0.86-1.05

• Red blood cell sedimentation rate husband. 1-10 mm / hour

wives 2-15 mm / hour

• The number of reticulocytes 0.2 - 1.2%



• White blood cell count 4.0 - 9.0 x 109 / l



Leukocyte formula

Myelocytes are absent

No metamyelocytes

Band stab 1 - 6%

Segmented 47 - 72%

Eosinophils 0.5 - 5%

Basophils 0 - 1%

Lymphocytes 19 - 37%

Monocytes 3 - 11%

No plasma cells

Red blood cell count
40 - 48%

(hematocrit index) 36 - 42%



• Osmotic resistance of red blood cells (the sensitivity of red blood cells to hemolysis in a series of hypotonic solutions) - the onset of hemolysis at a concentration of sodium chloride 0.5 - 0.45%; complete hemolysis 0.4 - 0.35%.

• The average diameter of the red blood cell is 7.55x0.009 microns

• Serum iron husband. 14 - 26 μmol / l

wives 10.2–21.5 μmol / L

• The number of platelets 180 - 320? 109 / l



RELATED INDICATORS:

Pigments:

• Total bilirubin 8.5 - 20.5 µmol / l

• Direct bilirubin 0 - 5.1 μmol / l

• Indirect bilirubin up to 16.5 µmol / l
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