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Volume 3 Issue 6
 
Volume & Issue: Volume 3 Issue 6

A Comparative Hematological Profile Study Among Young Individuals
  Volume 3,Issue 6
 

Author :

Debalina Sahooa, Harshida Gosai, J.M Harsoda, B.M. Palan

 

Abstract :

Hematological profiles are evident for diagnosis of numerous diseases. Complete blood cell examination is important for health examination as other. Like red blood profiles white blood cell count and platelet counts are also allied with cardiovascular diseases. It is concern to note that the premenopausal women have a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease than men possibly due to female sex hormonal effect on platelet functions. The Aim of this study is to measure the various hematological values in the young adult male and female subjects and then to compare their results. 80 young adult students between 17 to 20 years of age group have participated in this study voluntarily. Data was analyzed using appropriate statistical tests. It shows that difference between the levels of Differential leukocyte cell count, Hemoglobin and Platelet count of the two studied group is statistically significant (p < 0.05). although some blood cell of male and female subjects in the same age group were in the reference range it is thought that their being high or low in number is related to variant condition followed for long duration of time. So this study has been conducted in order to determine any sex variation effect on hematological parameters in apparently healthy male and female young adult subjects.

 

Keywords :

Male, Female, Blood cell, Hemoglobin, Platelet

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