Advances in Hematology / 2020 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Assessment of Hemoglobin Variants in Patients Receiving Health Care at the Ho Teaching Hospital: A Three-Year Retrospective Study

Table 4

Hematological parameters stratified by SCD genotypes.

FBC parametersSCD genotypes value
SCSSF

WBC9.95 (4.72–24.00)15.95 (4.32–79.63)16.61 (7.82–81.80)<0.001
RBC4.04 ± 0.772.94 ± 0.922.57 ± 1.03<0.001
Hb10.10 (3.90–14.90)7.55 (3.30–13.10)7.20 (2.00–11.50)<0.001
HCT27.60 (4.70–39.30)22.40 (9.20–36.10)19.40 (5.80–31.20)<0.001
MCV69.60 (54.50–108.00)78.90 (53.60–121.00)81.70 (63.90–137.00)<0.001
MCH24.80 (19.70–36.00)27.05 (20.00–38.50)28.20 (22.40–40.80)<0.001
MCHC37.00 (29.20–40.10)34.70 (29.90–38.00)26.00 (29.80–39.70)0.010
PLT247.60 ± 128.10308.70 ± 144.60271.60 ± 114.700.091
NUET%53.05 ± 17.1251.49 ± 15.4347.07 ± 15.150.427
LYMP%36.05 ± 14.3837.57 ± 15.6240.45 ± 14.600.578
MONO%53.05 ± 17.128.43 ± 3.508.79 ± 2.74<0.001
EO%1.30 (0.10–7.10)1.85 (0.10–17.50)0.80 (0.10–13.60)0.480
BASO%0.40 (0.10–5.10)0.40 (0.10–24.10)0.40 (0.10–30.60)0.552
RDW-SD40.90 (29.80–60.00)54.05 (34.00–90.60)55.60 (40.40–68.10)<0.001
RDW-CV16.20 (11.10–24.20)20.00 (11.10–100.00)18.40 (13.80–90.00)<0.001

Data are presented as mean ± standard deviation for continuous parametric variables and median (minimum–maximum) for continuous nonparametric variables. Comparisons of parameters were performed using one-way ANOVA for parametric variables and Kruskal–Wallis test for nonparametric variables. A was considered statistically significant for all analyses.

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