The physical examination report shows that platelet hematocrit is on the high side. What should I do? What detailed examination do I need to go to the hospital again? What is the cause of this disease?
Do you usually have any symptoms or uncomfortable feelings? You can see that the platelet hematocrit in your blood routine test is slightly higher, and the rest are normal. It doesn't mean anything. It can't be diagnosed as a disease. If the number of platelets increases significantly, it may be a disease. There's no need to be nervous about this.
There is no need to worry about the high platelet hematocrit. Blood routine mainly depends on the counts of leukocytes, platelets and red blood cells. If these indicators are normal, there are generally no special problems. Regular blood routine examination can know whether there are inflammatory lesions and other blood system diseases.
Platelet press (PCT for short) is the procedure of platelet average volume and platelet count. Platelet press is affected by platelet average volume and platelet count, which are related to these two indicators. If platelet hematocrit is high, it may be the increase of platelet average volume, which can be seen in primary thrombocytopenic purpura, myeloproliferative and abnormal syndrome, Acute leukemia in remission, megaloblastic anemia in late pregnancy and other thrombotic diseases.