What does elevated white blood cells and platelets but low carbon dioxide mean?

Ask the ordering doc. Since there is not enough information presented here to answer accurately.

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My 3yr old daughter's WBC is 12.6.Her platelets are 442.Her carbon dioxide is 20 and calcium 10.8. Dr says she's fine but my research says different?

Yours is wrong. Yoiur research is not correct! these numbers are basically normal for that age. Your doctor understands the whole picture (which I do not have). The internet has no context. Read more...

Based on symptoms had blood work-wbc 4.7l, bun 8l, carbon dioxide 33h, and anion gap 2.0vl, is this normal?

Not your Bicarb. The only thing abnormal is your serum bicarb, normally listed as you carbon dioxide on your serum chemistry. Your's is high which can be indicative of dehydration/over-diuresis. If you are on a "fluid pill" or diuretic, you might what to talk to your doctor about decreasing the dose. If not, you should hydrate. Also if your are low potassium you could have an adrenal issue vs channelopathy. Read more...

What does it mean to have red cell distribution width 16.3h, absolute neutrophilis 9.5h, segmented neutrophils 79.7h, lymphocytes 14.2, blood gas base excess 2.8h, blood gas bicarbonate 27.9h, carbon dioxide 31h, glusoe 143h, can you explain my results?

No. Ask your doctor. To interpret your venous blood tests we need complete blood cell count test results. To interpret your arterial blood gas test we need arterial pH and pO2 values. The only conclusions I can make with this limited data are that you may have a bacterial infection and that your blood sugar is slightly high. (?) BTW carbon dioxide of 31 is not high. Normal range is 35-45. Ask your doctor! Read more...
Need more space. All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, if the blood was collected in a fasting state, the blood glucose level is of concern and you need to be evaluated. Other results should only be evaluated along with history, physical findings and symptoms. Read more...

My childs potassium, alkaline phosphate, carbon dioxide are low on blood test. Test was done due to my lupus & hypothyroidism. What does this mean?

Hard to say. Random test results reported with no history or exam findings make it impossible to decide if they are important or not. The normal values vary sometimes by age and we don't know if the report used proper kid or adult standards.You should review these with whoever ordered them. Read more...