RBC stands for red blood cells. The red blood cells are the main part of the blood and its red color. The red color is due to the substance called hemoglobin. Red blood cells are a device for transporting oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body's cells.
The A1C blood test, or the A1C hemoglobin test, labeled as abbreviated HBA1C in the test sheet, is used to diagnose type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes.
White blood cells (WBCs) mean white blood cells. By measuring the amount of white blood cells, we can estimate the presence of infection in the body. White blood cells are the defenses in the body and they must react differently from infectious and non-infectious diseases.
Anemia is a condition that leads to a lack of adequate amounts of red blood cells or a decrease in hemoglobin. Due to the lack of these two vital elements, the body cells will not be able to receive the oxygen they need.
Reducing platelet levels during pregnancy is not common, but it can be present in a significant number of patients. Therefore, regular review is essential.
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