The changes in iron and ferritin during pregnancy are physiologically fascinating and relevant to accurate blood test interpretation.
Did you know grounding decreases blood viscosity, reducing red blood cell clumping and improving blood flow?
You may be misinterpreting pregnancy blood work! Physiological changes in pregnancy change the optimal ranges for red blood cells, hemoglobin, and hematocrit, and many other markers.
Do you automatically think elevated red blood cells are due to dehydration or asthma? If you’re not adjusting blood work reference ranges for clients living at high elevations, you may misinterpret their results.
LabSmarts incorporates data from one of the largest studies ever done to define healthy reference ranges.
We apply this evidence to the seven RBC-related markers on the CBC so you’ll never miss what’s happening with your clients.