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Blood Pressure Changes? *        
Blood Sugar Changes? *  *  *   Glucose of 127 or less; Extreme high onset may be endocrine disruption    
CBC

definitions

Complete Blood Counts 

-More blood info

The CBC measures the number of red blood cells (RBCs), white blood cells (WBCs), the total amount of hemoglobin in the blood, and the fraction of the blood composed of cells (hematocrit).    
RBC

compare to your own counts over time

 * When Red blood cells are immature - other tests can be 'off'

Red Blood Cells - Normal counts vary with altitude male: 4.7 to 6.1 million cells/mcl

female: 4.2 to 5.4 million cells/mcl

   
Ask for Direct measurement of the red cell life span by isotopic tagging techniques shows a decreased life span  also level of haptoglobin, which should show up soon after 2-butoxyethanol  exposure if blood cells are being destroyed      
HGB Hemoglobin  is the most important component of red blood cells. It is composed of a protein called heme, which binds oxygen.  13.3-17.7    
HCT Hematocrit 40.0-50.0    
RDW * rdw Random Distribution of RBC Weight. 13    
Iron a function of adult red blood cells/liver/spleen  in conjunction with __ ?      
WBC - *  Very High? White Blood Cells 4.5-11.0 High counts can indicate AIHA    
PTL    Autoimmune? Platelets 140-440    
absolute cell count Is lymphocyte count above normal?      
extra things to ask for:        
MCV   Mean Cell Volume 82-96 men    

retic

Reticulocyte Count  *  *

percentage of juvenile red blood cells to the whole of red blood cells  (Is there a higher percentage of juvenile RBCs than there should be?  Not as many mature Red blood cells?)      
ESResr ESR abnormal  erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) test        
Comments of the lab technician 

Size, shape & membranes of Red Blood Cells?

Need to look at the red blood cells under a microscope - some labs look at the live cells with special microscopes      
Any symptoms of compensating autoimmune hemolytic anemia?  *  *        
Liver   * bil

Acute exposure to 2-butoxyethanol:

hemoglobinuria + histopathologic changes

       
Kidneys  *

Acute exposure to 2-butoxyethanol:

hemoglobinuria + histopathologic changes

       
Ferritin *        
Monocytes Absolute *        
Potassium low?         
Autoimmune Immune system? * Ask your doctor to test for immune globulins & more in the blood        
What about Thyroid? What does TSH mean? *        
Glutamate?        
FSH  hormone -for fertility

Spontaneous Infertility

       
C-Reactive Protein CRP        
Other  Hematologist Help - Oncologists - Urologists, endocrinologists, too!        
Other  Help Request

Missing It

       

Other   

Kidney function

 Liver Function?

These?

Any with Black Urine?

       

Blood counts - Men's chart  - Women's Chart  

Check these basic things - And do one of the questionnaires

Hematology Overview  restated

In addition to hemolysis and anemia, coagulation and immunity should be investigated.

Mastocytosis?  *  *

What would be your answers to this questionnaire?

If you suspect  C6H14O2/CH3(CH2)2CH2OCH2CH2OH   *    pdf info  ban?

- check for kidney function and liver function periodically

 

Get a Head Start - Bring in Results of Prior Blood tests -  Men  -  Women

More helps for your doctor   Have you been exposed to too many chemicals?

When you see these warnings on your household cleaning products, maybe the contents are not as benign as you think

July 24, 2003

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