[Help] Blood Work Numbers

Hi all :)

First post, I hope you will help me


 


I got my blood drawn and just got my numbers from the doctor

First numbers are danish, i will try to translate them, i hope i wont butch it


 


Pt-estimeret GFR(eGFR) > 90 ml/min

Granulocytter;B 3.5 10E9/l

Basisk fosfatase;P 55 U/l

B-Basophilocytter antalk. 0.08 10^9/l

P-Bilirubiner, total stofk. 7 µmol/l

Ery(middel)-Erythrocyt vol.(MCV) 89.7 fl

91 fl

B-Erythrocytter antalk. 5.04 10E12/l

5.2 10^12/l

B-Erythrocytter volfr. 0.452 l/l

0.47

Ery(middel)-Hb stofm.(MCH) 1.91 fmol

1.91 fmol

Ery(middel)-Hb(Fe) stofk.(MCHC) 21.3 mmol/l

21.1 mmol/l

B-Lymphocytter antalk. 3.5 10E9/l

3.52 10^9/l

B-Monocytter antalk. 0.5 10E9/l

0.44 10^9/l

B-Neutrophilocytter antalk. 2.96 10^9/l

S-25-Hydroxy-vitamin D2 + D3 stofk. 168 nmol/l

P-Creatinkinase kat.k. 43 U/l

Ery Vol Varia;B 0.13

P-Albumin;massek. 45 g/l

C-reaktivt protein [CRP];P 0.0 mg/l

B-Leukocytter antalk. 7.5 10E9/l

Unormal fordeling på WBC-kurven. Total WBC er OK. Kør evt. prøven igen

 10 minutter efter prøvetagningstidspunktet, hvis der er brug for

 differentialtælling.

 Hvis G1 stadig forekommer, skal prøven udstryges og undersøges

 mikroskopisk.

 Unormal fordeling pÃ¥ WBC-kurven. Total WBC er OK. Kør evt. prøven igen

 10 minutter efter prøvetagningstidspunktet, hvis der er brug for

 differentialtælling.

 Hvis G2 stadig forekommer mÃ¥ Poly/Mono svar ikke afgives.

8.3 10^9/l

B-Thrombocytter antalk. 232 10E9/l

288 10^9/l

S-Cobalamin stofk. > 1476 pmol/l

Alanintransaminase [ALAT];P 28 U/l

Glukose, middel (fra HbA1c);P 4.9 mmol/l

Hb(B )-Hæmoglobin A1c (IFCC) 28 mmol/mol

B-Hemoglobin(Fe) stofk. 9.9 mmol/l

9.9 mmol/l

P-Kalium-ion stofk. 4.1 mmol/l

P-Natrium-ion stofk. 141 mmol/l

P-Creatinin stofk. 77 µmol/l

S-TSH-udredning 3.91 10^-3 int.enh/l

 


 

 

 

 

Pt-estimated GFR(eGFR) > 90 ml/min

Granulocyte;B 3.5 10E9/l

Basic Phosphatase;P 55 U/l

B-Basophilocytes antalk. 0.08 10^9/l

P-Bilirubin, total stofk. 7 µmol/l

Ery(medium)-Erythrocyt vol.(MCV) 89.7 fl

91 fl

B-Erythrocytes antalk. 5.04 10E12/l

5.2 10^12/l

B-Erythrocytes volfr. 0.452 l/l

0.47

Ery(medium)-Hb stofm.(MCH) 1.91 fmol

1.91 fmol

Ery(middel)-Hb(Fe) stofk.(MCHC) 21.3 mmol/l

21.1 mmol/l

B-Lymphocytes antalk. 3.5 10E9/l

3.52 10^9/l

B-Monocytes antalk. 0.5 10E9/l

0.44 10^9/l

B-Neutrophilocytes antalk. 2.96 10^9/l

S-25-Hydroxy-vitamin D2 + D3 stofk. 168 nmol/l

P-Creatin kinase kat.k. 43 U/l

Ery Vol Varia;B 0.13

P-Albumin;massek. 45 g/l

C-reactive protein [CRP];P 0.0 mg/l

B-Leukocytes antalk. 7.5 10E9/l

Abnormal distribution on WBC-graph. Total WBC is OK. Run test again after 10 minutes if differential count is needed.

 If G1 still occurs, the sample must be streaked and examined microscopically.

Abnormal distribution on WBC-graph. Total WBC is OK. Run test again after 10 minutes if differential count is needed.

If G2 still occurs don't give Poly / Mono answers.

8.3 10^9/l

B-Thrombocytes antalk. 232 10E9/l

288 10^9/l

S-Cobalamin stofk. > 1476 pmol/l

Alanine Transaminase [ALAT];P 28 U/l

Glucose, medium (fra HbA1c);P 4.9 mmol/l

Hb(B )-Hemoglobin A1c (IFCC) 28 mmol/mol

B-Hemoglobin(Fe) stofk. 9.9 mmol/l

9.9 mmol/l

P-Potassium-ion stofk. 4.1 mmol/l

P-Sodium-ion stofk. 141 mmol/l

P-Creatinine stofk. 77 µmol/l

S-TSH-exam 3.91 10^-3 int.unit/l

Comments



  •  


    Hi all :)

    First post, I hope you will help me


     


    I got my blood drawn and just got my numbers from the doctor

    First numbers are danish, i will try to translate them, i hope i wont butch it




     


    A little butchered... especially since a lot of your data is in mmol/l and we've got mg/Dl here in the states. I was always really bad with molar conversions. Did you not receive reference ranges? 


     


    Is there anything that sticks out to you as a problem? If you list a couple things you're concerned about, it wouldn't be a problem to do some conversions on those items... but I think the lack of response so far is because we'd have to convert the whole list before we could see if anything sticks out. With the WBC stuff, it's not uncommon for one group of white blood cells to be off, but if the total count isn't elevated, it's generally not a big deal. 

  • NickatNickat
    edited September 2014

    For mmol/l (millimoles/liter) and mg/dl questions answered.


    http://www.faqs.org/.../section-9.html


     


    Have to agree with ACH85 not a big deal but maybe worth investigating further if these numbers are constant from your parents genetics. Do you parents have the same typical numbers as you?


    Have you retested at least a few times to verify that these numbers are constants enough to worry about?


     


    You have a lot of data here and out of interest what did your GP have to say about it all?


  • I'm from Europe, so for mmol/L is OK for me.


    TSH borderline high in the reference range. 1-2mU/l is better.


    B12 somewhat high (S-Cobalamin stofk. > 1476 pmol/l), probably OK if you supplement rigorously.


    Your lymphocytes are a little above the reference range (below 3.0 is OK). Your CRP is OK, so doesn´t seem you have a viral infection.


    You do however have an abnormal distribution of WBC in the report, so perhaps a microscopy would be a good idea.


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