To evaluate anemia, polycythemia, hydration status, and monitor therapy such as transfusion.
Whole blood from one full lavender-top (EDTA) tube, Microtainer, or capillary. Whole blood from a green-top (lithium or sodium heparin) tube may also be submitted.
|Age||Conventional Units||SI Units (Conventional Units × 10)|
|Cord blood||13.5–20.7 g/dL||135–207 g/L|
|0–1 wk||15.2–23.6 g/dL||152–236 g/L|
|2–3 wk||12.7–18.7 g/dL||127–187 g/L|
|1–2 mo||9.7–17.3 g/dL||97–173 g/L|
|3–11 mo||9.3–13.3 g/dL||93–133 g/L|
|1–5 yr||10.4–13.6 g/dL||104–136 g/L|
|6–8 yr||10.9–14.5 g/dL||109–145 g/L|
|9–14 yr||11.5–15.5 g/dL||115–155 g/L|
| Male||13.2–17.3 g/dL||132–173 g/L|
| Female||11.7–15.5 g/dL||117–155 g/L|
| Male||12.6–17.4 g/dL||126–174 g/L|
| Female||11.7–16.1 g/dL||117–161 g/L|
Complete Blood Count, Hemoglobin has been found in Davis's Lab & Diagnostic Tests
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