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What is MCH and MCHC?

MCH is the abbreviated form of mean cell hemoglobin, or the average amount of hemoglobin in the average red cell. MCH is part of the complete blood count and a normal amount o

What is a hemtology lab test MCH for?

MCH=Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin. Average is 27-32 pg (picograms). This is the average amount of haemoglobin (the oxygen carrying element in red blood cells) in a red blood

What causes rbc to be low and mch to be high?

Lymphocyte Level: The average is 3,900-10,000. Lymphocytes are part of your immune system and are released if there is an infection that needs to be "fought" off. So therefore

What does MCH mean on a blood test?

It's the abbreviation for "Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin". This is a measure for how much hemoglobin per red blood cell count.

What does the medical abbreviation MCH mean?

detects: Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin means average Haemoglobin quantity insuide the Red Blood Cell Mean corpuscular hemoglobin Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin. It's the avarage

What does it mean if your mcv and mch are low?

  It means that your red blood cells are too small an have a small amount of hemoglobin inside. It means you have a kind of an anemia. To make sure what kid of anemia it i

What is the difference between MCH and MCHC?

MCHC it's how much of the volume in one erythrocyte is occupied by meoglobin.MCHC=(Hb%/pcv%) *100normal value = 30%-38%while MCV it's the amount of hemoglobin in one erythroc

Hgh of 10.2 hct of 34.2 mcv of 72.4 mch of 21.6 mchc of 29.8 rdw of 17.1 your ca is low 7.8 as well as your tot protein 4.9 and albumin 1.8?

In order to see what these blood test results mean, you need to  know if they are for a man, woman, or child. Test level results can  vary according to sex and age. For exam