A question on lab values

  1. 0 So my class on lab data analysis starts Wednesday, and looking over a case study she sent out, I am confused. For the patient's WBC, the findings are 15 H. What does H stand for? I can't find it anywhere. Sorry if this is painfully obvious, but I am lost!
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    H means it is high. L means the levels are low. Hope that helps!

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    Thank you!
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    This is a great site.....Lab Tests Online: Welcome!
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    Thanks Esme! The sample report with explanations is very helpful!


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