... come up critical high, how dangerous can this be
Mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH) is a calculation of the average amount of oxygen-carrying hemoglobin inside a red blood cell. Macrocytic RBCs are large so tend to have a higher MCH, while microcytic red cells would have a lower value. Talk to both his pharmacist and his hematologist. Lab reference values reflect all of the testing done at that facility. www.labtestsonline.org has good information on lab tests as does a www.google.com search. Lab Test Interpretation http://bit.ly/cu8RCX has professional details. Most important, confer with his hematologist for direct answers to your concerns, not the Internet.
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