Anemia diagnosis, Laboratory evaluation of anemia

Laboratory tests for anemia diagnosis include measurements of hematocrit (the volume of packed red blood cells) and hemoglobin levels.

Normal hematocrit is 47 per cent (± 5) for men and 42 per cent (± 5) for women. Anemia is diagnosed when this level falls below 42 per cent for men and 37 per cent for women. Normal hemoglobin levels are 16 (± 2) g/dL for men and 14 (± 2) g/dL for women.
Anemia diagnosis Anemia is diagnosed when this level falls below 14 (± 2) g/dL for men and 12 (± 2) g/dL for women.

 

 

 
 
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