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What is the normal hemoglobin of human being?
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Brian Fishman
Emergency Medicine
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In brief: 12-18 g/dL
In men, normal hemoglobin concentration is 14-18 g/dl.
In women, it is 12-16 g/dl because some is lost during normal menstrual blood flow. Most clinicians consider 11 g/dl to be anemic, while a HGB less than 7 g/dl is an indication for a transfusion.

In brief: 12-18 g/dL
In men, normal hemoglobin concentration is 14-18 g/dl.
In women, it is 12-16 g/dl because some is lost during normal menstrual blood flow. Most clinicians consider 11 g/dl to be anemic, while a HGB less than 7 g/dl is an indication for a transfusion.
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
Family Medicine
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In brief: Normal hemoglobin
Normal levels vary according to age and gender. See the chart at http://www.
Buzzle.Com/articles/normal-hemoglobin-levels.Html for details.

In brief: Normal hemoglobin
Normal levels vary according to age and gender. See the chart at http://www.
Buzzle.Com/articles/normal-hemoglobin-levels.Html for details.
Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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