Lab Values

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Routine lab tests are a staple of good cancer care!

Action Items for Lab Values

When you receive your lab results, take the time to read them and compare them to our handy chart of Normal Lab Values.

Next, enter your lab results into our Keeping Track of Lab Results chart.

Over time, you may see values moving up or down. Be the first to notice a trend! The trend is your friend, giving you objective data. If a trend appears, draw it to the attention of your healthcare providers. Thousands of our readers are doing exactly that

When you receive your lab results, take the time to read them and compare them to our handy chart of Normal Lab Values.
Next, enter your lab results into our Keeping Track of Lab Results chart.

Over time, you may see values moving up or down. Be the first to notice a trend! The trend is your friend, giving you objective data. If a trend appears, draw it to the attention of your healthcare providers. Thousands of our readers are doing exactly that

Helpful links:

Take time to watch CLL Society’s webinar Getting Maximum Benefit from Doctor Appointments (Click Here) with Nurse Practitioner Becky McAlpin and Caregiver Steve Delesie. Find out how Steve keeps track of all the important medical events in his wife’s CLL journey and brings his record of them to every one of her doctor appointments.

Also, an up to date Keeping Track of Lab Results (Click Here) chart can be the essential document that gets you out of a jam, should you need to go to the urgent care or emergency room where onsite staff may not have your medical history.

If you have you received your lab results, compared them to Normal Lab Values, entered them into the Keeping Track of Lab Results chart, but you don’t know what they mean, help is here! Dr. Susan Leclair explains lab test results in our webinar titled Learning to Decode Your Blood Test Results for CLL (Click Here).