What is an elevated Hemogloban?
- 27 Apr 2013 by Nrg4him
- 27 April 2013
Elevated Haemoglobin means elevated levels of the protein in red blood cells which transports oxygen. 3 of the most common reasons for EH are Congenital cardiac disease, Pulmonary fibrosis and cor pulmonale polycythemia vera.
There can also be other causes.
Check with the doctor or nurse to get more information. This will ease your mind and help you understand what needs to be done next. If this is for someone else, see what that person knows.
It is not about thick blood, which is an Old Wives Tale. There are many causes.
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