Hematocrit HCT also called PCV packed cell volume

The purpose of this test is to determine the ratio of plasma (clear liquid part of blood) to red cells in the blood. Blood is drawn from a vein, a finger prick, or from a Hickman catheter or Port-a-cath and is spun in a centrifuge to separate the red cells from the plasma. The hemat-ocrit is the percentage of cells in the blood; for instance, if the child has a hematocrit of 30 percent, it means that 30 percent of the amount of blood drawn was cells and the rest was plasma. When the child is on chemotherapy, the bone marrow does not make many red cells, and the hematocrit will go down. The child may be given a transfusion of packed red cells

TEST

RESULTS

UNITS

REFERENCE RANGE

Collection Cmt. -

*CBC**

White Blood Count

1.7

L

x10-3

3.8

- 12.5

JK

Red Blood Cnt

3.02

L

x10-6

3.90

- 5.30

JK

Hemoglobin

8.9

L

g/di

11.5

- 13.5

JK

Hematocrit

26.1

L

%

34.0

- 40.0

JK

MCV

86.0

um3

75.0

- 87.0

JK

MCH

29.4

uug

24.0

- 30.0

JK

33

% %

- 70

1 \/mnhoc\/tes

19

L

% %

0 20

- 70

JK JK

Monocytes

Pr>cinr>nhiloc

R

H H

% %

0 0

- 6 - 3

JK JK

Morphology Cmt 1 Anisocytosis Platelets 34

L

x10-3

250

- 550

JK

Speciman ID: Patient:

Param Set 1 Limit Set 4

WBC: 0.7 K/uL NEU: 0.4 68.6 %N LYM: 0.1 17.8 %L MONO: 0.1 10.9 %M EDS: 0.0 2.2 %E BASO: 0.0 0.5 %B

RBC: 3.03 M/uL HGB: 9.2 g/dL HCT: 26.9 % MCV: 88.7 fL MCH: 30.4 pg MCHC: 34.2 g/dL RDW: 13.6 %

August 20 1992 11:36 Operator ID SVT Sequence # 7358 Open Sampler

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