At clinical this past weekend, our professor had various CBC and electrolyte lab values written in a unusual grid configuration. It looked the capital letter "Y" -tipped to the left with a line through it (kinda like this:>-+-)and a second that looked like >--< (but a solid line connecting the "arrow heads"). She said this was how doctors wrote out lab values. Anybody know what this is/ what it's called, what values are included and/ or the significance?
P.S. I've asked her twice and she said that she would explain later, but I think that at the end of our busy clinic days she'd forgotten and I don't want to ask a third time...