Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Bad Blood Test?

Hematocrit and hemoglobin are two measurements obtained in a complete blood count, a lab test done on a blood sample. Hematocrit tells you the proportion of blood made up of red blood cells. This level drops if the body’s production of red blood cells declines, or if they are being lost from the bloodstream. The most common cause is bleeding somewhere in the body, but low hematocrit can also stem from vitamin or mineral deficiencies, cirrhosis of the liver and, possibly, malignancies. Hematocrit can be Read more...

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