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 What is a the normal haemoglobin level for a baby?

Answer For an infant, normal hemoglobin is 14-22 g/dL
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What is the normal range of haemoglobin content in human beings?

AnswerThe normal range of haemoglobin for a man is 13.5 to 17.5 g/dl and for a woman is 11.5 to 15.5 g/dl. AnswerThe normal range of haemoglobin for a man is 13.5 to 17.5 g/dl and for a woman is 1... Read More »
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What is low haemoglobin for a baby?

That sounds like Ketotosis to me he is dehydrated
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I have a cholesterol level of 5.8 and a haemoglobin estimate of 152g/l should I be worries?

It is a little bit high since the level for healthy adults should be 5mmol/L or less, but it depends what conditions you're being treated for. If you're being treated for diabetes, high blood press... Read More »
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My blood sugar level is 8.6 what is the normal level?

under 6. People in US use mgl and under 110 (or 100 depending on who you ask) is normal. In other countries they use mmol, hence the reading of 8.6. It's not just the poster that needs educating!!!... Read More »
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