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    When to worry about high monocytes?

    When to worry about high monocytes?

    When to worry about high monocytes?

    The increase in the number of monocytes in the blood generally signals the presence of an ongoing acute infectious disease, therefore it represents a transient immune response. If monocytosis is persistent, other tests are needed to determine the exact cause and possibly establish a treatment plan.

    What are absolute monocytes?

    Monocytes are the largest white blood cells, representing about 1 to 6% of white blood cells. They are produced within the bone marrow and then released into the bloodstream, from where they reach the tissues where their intervention is necessary.

    What does it mean to have low erythrocytes?

    Erythrocytes (also called red blood cells or red blood cells) are the blood cells that carry oxygen and carbon dioxide thanks to the hemoglobin they contain. Low erythrocytes are associated with certain conditions such as respiratory failure, polycythemia, thalassemia, anemia, hemorrhages.

    What does having high white blood cells entail?

    The number of white blood cells is said to be high when exceeding 11.000 per microliter of blood. The high number of white blood cells, known as leukocytosis, indicates that our body is fighting a temporary or chronic virus or infection in case of serious illness.

    What if you have low red blood cells?

    Having low red blood cells means that the blood that carries oxygen is not enough to meet the needs of our body. As a result, the patient suffering from this condition mainly complains of fatigue, weakness, lightheadedness, tiredness and shortness of breath and shortness of breath.
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