What Is The Normal White Blood Cell Count?


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Kyoko Katayama answered
Normal range is from 5,000 to 10,000
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White Blood cells are an important part of our blood. They form the immune system that has a key role in our body as it protects us against all kinds of infections. White Blood cells are also known as Leukocytes. These Leukocytes are produced from Hematopoietic Stem cells which are present in our bone marrow.

The Normal White Blood cell count for an adult is 4×109and 1.1×1010 white blood cells in one litre of blood. This makes up around 1 percent of blood. The number of white blood cells in the body indicates whether or not the person is suffering from a disease. If the white blood cell count is higher than the normal count given above, it is an indicator of Leukemia and if it is lower than the normal count, it is an indicator of Leukopenia.

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