Hi. Thank you for writing to us.
You have no mentioned units in your question, but it seems like all is normal in the Blood report.
I will briefly explain each answer and tell you the normal range.
Leukocytes - these are the white blood cells or the police of the body - 6,000 to 11,000/ml
Differential leukocyte count - This is a ratio of the different type of WBC seen in the blood - Neutrophil: Lymphocytes: Monocyte: Eosinophil - normal range - 60-80:20-40:1:1
Platelets range - 150,000-400,000 - Yours are assumed to be 238,000 which is normal as well
MPV stands for Mean Platelet Volume - The range of MPV is 7.5 to 11.5 fL
You have written PCT which stands for procalcitonin. This seems a bit out of place since it is not a commonly tested blood parameter. However, your PCT range is also normal. But there may be a bacterial infection.
Your Red blood cells and White blood cells appear normal and hence, you need not worry about anything in your blood report.
I hope this helps you. Do talk to a Doctor for more information.
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