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A blank test measures the proportion of the volume of the blood that consists of red blood cells. This is traditionally done by centrifugation. It is commonly ordered, by doctors, as part of a complete blood count (CBC).
Hematocrit
Blank is a protein which is found naturally in the blood. It performs a number of functions, but one of the most important is the transport of oxygen throughout the body. In adults, the hemoglobin level ranges between 12 and 18 grams per decaliter, with levels being lower in pregnant women. Children tend to have between 11 and 16 grams per decaliter. It is possible for a blank test to reveal numbers which may be higher or lower than the norm.
hemoglobin (Hgb)
PROCEDURE: Hematocrit and hemoglobin laboratory tests taken in office today reveal H&H of 11.6 and 35.8.
Blood Cell Count
Hematocrit 85014
Blood count; hematocrit (Hct)

Blood Cell Count
Hemoglobin 85018
Blood count; hemoglobin (Hgb)

PROCEDURE: Hematocrit and hemoglobin laboratory tests taken in office today reveal H&H of 11.6 and 35.8. 85014, 85018
means related to veins. A is a blockage of a blood vessel by a thrombus (a blood clot). An embolism is where the thrombus dislodges from where it formed and travels in the blood until it becomes stuck in a narrower blood vessel.
Venous, Thrombosis, Embolism, and finally,
venous thromboembolism
PROCEDURE: A D-dimer test was performed for evaluation of venous thromboembolism which was negative.
Fibrin Degradation Products 85362–85380
PROCEDURE: A D-dimer test was performed for evaluation of venous thromboembolism which was negative. 85380
WBC
White Blood Count
RBC
Red Blood Count
platelet count
A platelet count is a test to measure how many platelets you have in your blood. Platelets help the blood clot. They are smaller than red or white blood cells.
PROCEDURE: Automated CBC: Hemoglobin is 8.5 and stable, hematocrit 40.2, WBC 6.7, RBC 4.5, and platelet count is 300,000.
85027
Blood count; complete (CBC), automated (Hgb, Hct, RBC, WBC, and platelet count)
PROCEDURE: Automated CBC: Hemoglobin is 8.5 and stable, hematocrit 40.2, WBC 6.7, RBC 4.5, and platelet count is 300,000. 85027