HIGH HEMOGLOBIN IN PLASMA TEST RESULT REFERENT VALUES. What does high Hemoglobin in plasma test result referent values level mean?

Upper limit of normal Hemoglobin in plasma test result referent values is 0.62(μmol/L ) - 4(mg/dL).

The efficient sequestration of hemoglobin by the red blood cell membrane and the presence of multiple hemoglobin clearance mechanisms suggest a critical need to prevent the buildup of this molecule in the plasma.

High hemoglobin levels may be caused by exposure to high altitudes, smoking, dehydration, or tumors

Lower limit:
| Upper limit:
Unit:
Diagnose:
0.16   -
0.62
μmol/L
normal
1   -
4
mg/dL
normal


LOW HEMOGLOBIN IN PLASMA TEST RESULT REFERENT VALUES

Hemoglobin in plasma values and definitions

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