All Blood, Heart & Circulation Topics

High Levels of MCH: What Does It Mean? Jul 10, 2017

High or low MCH and MCV are a sign that you have abnormal red blood cell structure and may suffer from a major health problem. View Full Article...

Blood Test Abbreviation Meanings and Reference Range Jul 10, 2017

You can't read blood test results without knowing blood test abbreviation meanings. Learn how you can crack those codes and read your results smoothly. View Full Article...

Creatinine Test Results: Normal and Abnormal Jul 09, 2017

Creatinine levels indicate the health of the kidneys and its ability to eliminate waste from the body. The result varies by gender, age and other concurrent health conditions. View Full Article...

Normocytic Normochromic Anemia Causes and Management Jul 09, 2017

Normocytic normochromic is anemia with low red blood cell count but normal amounts of hemoglobin within normal-sized red blood cells. View Full Article...

Hematoma in Leg: Causes and Treatments Jun 21, 2017

Hematoma in leg occurs when an injury damages the blood vessels. If not severe, it can be treated with RICE methods and other home remedies. But it's best to see a doctor. View Full Article...

Low lymphocyte Count: Causes and Treatments Jun 19, 2017

Is your lymphocytes count below normal? This can be a cause of concern as it is an indication of a health problem as serious as cancer. Learn the causes and treatment methods. View Full Article...

How to Shorten Heart Catheterization Recovery Time Apr 11, 2017

Heart catheterization recovery time is a delicate period when activity is limited and extra care should be taken. Follow doctor’s advice for quicker recovery. View Full Article...

What to Do When Your Blood Sugar Is Low Mar 12, 2017

Learning what to do when your blood sugar is low can save you from running into serious trouble. Know some indicating signs and the proper snacks to help in emergency. View Full Article...

Is High Blood Pressure Hereditary? Aug 17, 2016

Is high blood pressure hereditary? Genetics certainly have a role to play but hypertension is usually the result of both environmental factors, like smoking and obesity, and genes. View Full Article...

High Bilirubin May 05, 2016

Bilirubin is found in our blood and produced by the liver. While we all have some amount of it in our system, high levels can be due to a variety of causes. When high bilirubin occurs, both medical and home remedies can be used. View Full Article...

 
 
Current time: 02/20/2018 06:38:28 pm (America/New_York) Memory usage: 3370.97KB