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PAPARAMET RESULT NORMAL INTERPRETATI IMPLICATION

ER VALUES ON
WBC 16.76 4.00-10.00 INCREASED White blood cells
(WBCs), also called
leukocytes, are an
important part of the
immune system.
These cells help fight
infections by
attacking bacteria,
viruses, and germs
that invade the body.
White blood cells
originate in the bone
marrow, but circulate
throughout the
bloodstream.
 WBC is high
which indicates
that there is
infection
presented in
the body.

NEUTHROP 15.17 2.00-7.00 INCREASED Indicates the present


HILS of bacterial infection
and amount of
leukocyte
LYMPHOCYT 1.12 0.80-4.00 NORMAL Lymphocytes are
ES responsible for
immune responses.
There are two main
types of
lymphocytes: B cells
and T cells. The B
cells make antibodies
that attack bacteria
and toxins while the
T cells attack body
cells themselves
when they have been
taken over by viruses
or have become
cancerous.
Lymphocytes secrete
products
(lymphokines) that
modulate the
functional activities
of many other types
of cells and are often
present at sites of
chronic inflammation.
 Normal count
of lymphocytes
indicates that
there is no
presence of
infection in the
body
HEMATOLOGY

JANUARY 28, 2019

PAPARAMETE RESULT NORMAL INTERPRETATIO IMPLICATION


R RANGE N
WBC 10.22 4.00-10.00 SLIGHTLY White blood cells (WBCs),
INCREASED also called leukocytes, are
an important part of the
immune system. These cells
help fight infections by
attacking bacteria, viruses,
and germs that invade the
body. White blood cells
originate in the bone marrow,
but circulate throughout the
bloodstream.

NEUTROPHIL 8.93 2.00-7.00 INCREASED Indicates the present of
S bacterial infection and
amount of leukocyte
Lym# 0.95 0.80-4.00 normal Lymphocytes are
responsible for
immune responses.
There are two main
types of lymphocytes:
B cells and T cells. The
B cells make
antibodies that attack
bacteria and toxins
while the T cells attack
body cells themselves
when they have been
taken over by viruses
or have become
cancerous.
Lymphocytes secrete
products (lymphokines)
that modulate the
functional activities of
many other types of
cells and are often
present at sites of
chronic inflammation.
 Normal count of
lymphocytes
indicates that
there is no
presence of
infection in the
body

MONOCYTES 0.33 0.12-1.20 normal Monocytes are a type


of white blood cell that
fights off bacteria,
viruses and fungi.
Monocytes are the
biggest type of white
blood cell in the
immune system.
Originally formed in
the bone marrow, they
are released into our
blood and tissues.
When certain germs
enter the body, they
quickly rush to the site
for attack.
The result Is normal.
This indicates that the
body can fights off
bacteria, virus and
fungi.
BASOPHILS 0.00 0.00-0.10 normal Basophils are
granulocytic white
blood cells that are
active in the
inflammatory
response. They are
mostly found in the
skin and mucosa
tissues, which are the
tissues lining the
openings into the body.
They represent about
1% of all white blood
cells in the body.
The result is normal,
which indicates that
body is active for
inflammatory response.
EOSINOPHILS 0.1 0.5-5.0 DECREASED Eosinophils are a
specific type of white
blood cell that protects
your body against
certain kinds of germs,
mainly bacteria and
parasites. They're also
what causes you to
have allergic reactions.
The result is below the
normal range. Which
indicates no significant.

 High percentage
of eosinophil may
indicate bacterial
infestations or
allergies.
RBC 2.62 3.50-5.00 DECREASED An RBC count is a blood
test that measures how
many red blood cells
(RBCs) you have
 Low RBC may
indicate anemia
due to nutritional
deficiencies,
blood loss.
HEMOGLOBIN 87 110-150 DECREASED
 Decreased Hgb
indicates anemia
from blood loss,
dietary
deficiency, and
malnutrition and
kidney disease.
 Due to increase
plasma volume
HEMATOCRIT 23.7 37.0-47.0 DECREASED Hematocrit determines
the concentration of
RBC within the
blood volume
 Decreased Hct
indicates blood
loss, anemia,
blood
replacement
therapy and fluid
balance.

PLATELET 60 100-300 DECREASED The smallest cells in the


blood are the platelets,
which are designed for a
single purpose- to begin
the process of
coagulation, or forming
a clot, whenever blood
vessel is broken.
 The result is
below the normal
range indicates
that there is not
enough platelet
produces for
blood
coagulation.

HEMATOLOGY

JANUARY 29, 2019


PAPARAMETE RESULT NORMAL INTERPRETATI IMPLICATION
R RANGE ON
WBC 18.07 4.00-10.00 White blood cells
INCREASED (WBCs), also called
leukocytes, are an
important part of the
immune system. These
cells help fight
infections by attacking
bacteria, viruses, and
germs that invade the
body. White blood cells
originate in the bone
marrow, but circulate
throughout the
bloodstream.
 WBC is high
which indicates
that there is
infection
presented in the
body.

NEUTROPHIL 17.17 2.00-7.00  Indicates the


S INCREASED present of
bacterial infection
and amount of
leukocyte
LYMPHOCYTE 0.66 0.80-4.00 DECREASED  A decreased
S amount of
lymphocytes in
the peripheral
circulation,
occurring as a
primary
hematologic
disorder or in
association with
nutritional
deficiency,
malignant or
infection
mononucleosis.
Due to presence
of infection.
MONOCYTES 0.21 0.12-1.20 normal Monocytes are a type
of white blood cell that
fights off bacteria,
viruses and fungi.
Monocytes are the
biggest type of white
blood cell in the
immune system.
Originally formed in
the bone marrow, they
are released into our
blood and tissues.
When certain germs
enter the body, they
quickly rush to the site
for attack.
 The result Is
normal. This
indicates that the
body can fights
off bacteria, virus
and fungi.
BASOPHILS 0.01 0.00-0.10 Basophils are
normal granulocytic white
blood cells that are
active in the
inflammatory
response. They are
mostly found in the
skin and mucosa
tissues, which are the
tissues lining the
openings into the body.
They represent about
1% of all white blood
cells in the body.
The result is normal,
which indicates that
body is active for
inflammatory response.
ESINOPHILS 0.1 0.5-5.0 DECREASED Eosinophils are a
specific type of white
blood cell that protects
your body against
certain kinds of germs,
mainly bacteria and
parasites. They're also
what causes you to
have allergic reactions.

The result is below the


normal range. Which
indicates no significant.

High percentage of
eosinophil may indicate
bacterial infestations or
allergies.
RBC 2.78 3.50-5.00 DECREASED An RBC count is a blood
test that measures how
many red blood cells
(RBCs) you have
Low RBC may indicate
anemia due to
nutritional deficiencies,
blood loss.
HEMOGLOBIN 90 110-150 DECREASED Decreased Hgb
indicates anemia from
blood loss, dietary
deficiency, and
malnutrition and kidney
disease.
Due to increase plasma
volume
HEMATOCRIT 24.6 37.0-47.0 DECREASED Hematocrit determines
the concentration of
RBC within the
blood volume
 Decreased Hct
indicates blood
loss, anemia,
blood
replacement
therapy and fluid
balance.

PLATELET 105 100-300 normal The smallest cells in the


blood are the platelets,
which are designed for a
single purpose- to begin
the process of
coagulation, or forming
a clot, whenever blood
vessel is broken.

The result is within the


normal range indicates
that there is enough
platelet produces for
blood coagulation.

HEMATOLOGY

FEBRUARY 04, 2019

PAPARAMET RESULT NORMAL INTERPRETATIO IMPLICATION


ER RANGE N
WBC 14.99 4.00-10.00 INCREASED WBC is high which
indicates that there is
infection presented in
the body.

NEITROPHIL 10.88 2.00-7.00 INCREASED Indicates the present


S of bacterial infection
and amount of
leukocyte
LYMPHOCYT 3.46 0.80-4.00 normal
ES Normal count of
lymphocytes indicates
that there is no
presence of infection in
the body

MONOCYTE 0.47 0.12-1.20 normal The result is normal.


S Which indicates that
the body can fights off
bacteria, virus and
fungi,
BASOPHILS 0.01 0.00-0.10 normal The result is normal,
which indicates that
body is active for
inflammatory response.
EOSINOPHIL 1.1 0.5-5.0 low The result is below the
S normal range. Which
indicates no significant
infection.
High percentage of
eosinophil may
indicate bacterial
infestations or
allergies

RBC 3.78 3.50-5.00 normal


The result is within
normal range which
indicates that the
body's RBCs containing
hemoglobin, carrying
oxygen to the body's
tissues are functioning
normally.

HEMOGLOBI 114 110-150 normal the hemoglobin level is


N normal. This indicates
that RBC is capable of
carrying O2 and CO2
throughout the body.

HEMATOCRI 32.5 037.0-47.0 normal The result indicates


T there is normal
concentration of RBC
within the blood
volume.

PLATELETS 263 100-300 normal The result is within the


normal range indicates
that there is enough
platelet produces for
coagulation.
PROGNOSIS

POOR FAIR GOOD JUSTIFICATIO


N
Onset of Patient onset of
Illness Illness is
gradual
because she
was able to
comply all the
 medications
that were given
to her. she is
always given
an immediate
care and proper
actions are
done.
Duration of If there are any
Illness problems that
occur in her
body they
 immediately
seek for
medical
attention to
avoid it from
worsening.
Precipatating One
Factor factorwhich
 contributed to
the patient's
condition is her
pregnancy.
Predisposing Since the
Factor patient is
years old his
age and gender
 would tell that
she is prone to
preeclampsia.

Willingness to She is willingly


follow complying with
treatment her
medications.
She is very
cooperative to
 some test that
were
performed. She
puts on effort
on her process
of curing so
that she could
easily recover
with her
condition.
Family Her family is
support financially,
 emotionally,
and spiritually
supportive.

IMPRESSION:
Patient's prognosis shows a good outcome. They are justified to the following
data that we gathered. Patient is very cooperative in her ongoing treatment. Her
family was very much supportive in any ways. They immediately seek for medical
attention if ever problems occur. Since the patient is female and is now at the age
of years old, there is no doubt that she is prone to such kind of disease.