Trombocytes is part of the Complete blood count and Basic blood count. Thrombocytes (Tromb) measures the number of platelets in the blood. Either a decrease or an increase may be indicative of bleeding or bone marrow disorders.
How to interpret the Tromb result?
Normally, the result is:
16 years 145–360 xE9/l
Please contact your physician or other healthcare professional if you suspect an illness or need help interpreting the results.
Tromb is part of the Complete blood count and Basic blood count.
What can cause elevated levels in the Tromb test?
High values of Thrombocytes (Tromb) can be caused by:
- Bone marrow disorders
- Spleen insufficiency
What can cause decreased levels in the Tromb?
- Vitamin deficiency
- Some medicinal products (for chemotherapy)
- Excessive use of alcohol
- Liver diseases
- Enlarged spleen
- Bone marrow disorder
- Viral infection
- Autoimmune diseases
- Megaloblastic anaemia (large red blood cells)
- Blood diseases
Fasting is not required
This examination does not require fasting