Complete Blood Count (CBC) Normal Laboratory Study Values

Daisy Jane Antipuesto RN MN

Currently a Nursing Local Board Examination Reviewer. Subjects handled are Pediatric, Obstetric and Psychiatric Nursing. Previous work experiences include: Clinical instructor/lecturer, clinical coordinator (Level II), caregiver instructor/lecturer, NC2 examination reviewer and staff/clinic nurse. Areas of specialization: Emergency room, Orthopedic Ward and Delivery Room. Also an IELTS passer.

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  1. Nicole Taylor Kathi Kearney a little info for you

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  3. For all nursing students ADAM is a great site for many nursing questions, knowledge or if you just want to learn more. Signed your nursing Proff. Dian

  4. Tenzin Kalsang read this…very helpful***

  5. well. In Mauritius all general nurse can do a phlebotomy as we are trained to do so

  6. Love it. Last Year one of our skills were to collect blood samples. And this year (third year nursing student) we will be focusing a lot more on diagnostic studies. The article is very helpfull. Thank You :)

  7. Thayk Ferols says:

    Medtech should stay in labs and away from patients. Let te phleb nurse do the extraction…

  8. Now a days fully automated haematology analyzers do this test. Slides are stained for heamatologists expert opinion.

  9. That’s how they’ll perform the manual counting of cbc using a microscope and a glass slide manually by also the help of counting chamber if im not mistaken.. The’ll place the minimal blood sample on the slides and they will put a die on it and … Ive already observed that test.. Coz i am a phlebotomist nurse..

  10. Thank you Nursing Crib. I LOVE your posts!!! <3

  11. What a coincidence that I am reading this @ the same time I am @ the Oklahoma Blood Institute donating a pint of blood.

  12. The med tech did it on the fingers of the client,just like taking hemoglucotest, is it possible? I mean, does it affect ito the results? @Nursing crib, i need response. :)

  13. ibrahim khan says:

    Very precise .Thanks a ton

  14. Brenda Schwab says:

    Brenda RN student, As students we have to know all of the values and their norms. I have looked in all of our books and could not find them all in one place. I was always having to look them up separatly talk about waist time and frustrating!!! This site is great not only do I have them all together now but they came with an explaination for what abnormal might mean:) :) :)
    thanks thanks thanks a million!!!!

  15. marian m.macasaet says:

    i need to know normal it normal 13platlrt

  16. ritz anne says:

    hi there! thanks! :D

  17. Wubie says:

    Precise, clear and all in one well presented. I like it.

  18. Amelia says:

    I recently had routine blood work done and my results came back fine except my Neuttrophils were 77 H and my Monocytes were 3L what does this mean?

  19. I appreciate the existence of cyber communication in reaching out people that needs help. I am also greatly troubled because my two year old son has an abnormally high lymphocytes. The result of his PBS says there is an ongoing infection but it was'nt ruled out yet. The only thing that comforts me is there is immature cells noted. Here is his latest result:

    Erythrocytes: Mostly normochromic cells with anisocytosis and poikilocytosis.

    Leukocytes: Adequate in number with predominance of lymphocytes. Some neutrophils with toxic granulation. No immature cells noted.

    Schillings: Lymphoctes: 74


    Neutrophils: 25


    Platelets: Adequate in number

    Remarks: Except for toxic granules, smear within normal limit.

    Rule out on going inferction

  20. anu po ang mga food na kelangan ng malnutrition?????plz po i need it now………………

  21. Lisi says:

    i want to clarify if the low hematocrit also indicates fluid overload?

  22. Philip Homer says:

    can you send me a copy oh the article..plz..tnx a lot..

  23. tere says:

    i appreciate everything on this is great, so helpful to student nurses and nurses as well.
    hope i can have copies so i can use in my profession.

  24. thanks again… this website is really great…

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