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Table 4 Comparison of the current study to other similar findings based on cord blood hematological parameters

From: Hematological reference intervals among full-term newborns in Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study

Hematological
parameter
RI
Northwest
Ethiopia (N = 151)
Saudi Arabia (N = 2163) [20] Nepal (N = 210) [21] Pakistan (N = 316) [25] Lagos, Nigeria (N = 130 [17] Mashhad, Iran (N = 447) [22] Iraq (N = 220) [26] Sagamu,
Nigeria (N = 108) [23]
Total WBC 7.64–22.16 10.9–21.5 10.49–19.4 9.7–17.7 7.9–18.3 5.16–18.2 7.32–12.92 4.2–25.8
RBC 3.69–5.47 5.1–16.3 3.67–4.93 - 3.52–4.62 3.61–5.29 3.53–4.47 4.3–5.9
Hgb 13.3–19.6 15.7–19.7 13.28–17.2 13.5–17.3 11.8–14.8 13-18.8 12.3-15.22 13-17.8
Hct 39.4–58.1 46.9–59.5 - - 39-50.6 39.6–56.9 39.7–49.2 39.1–53.5
MCV 91.6-113.2 97.9-112.3 95.2-107.2 103.8–108 98.5-122.2 97.5-119.8 105.5-117.7 84.4–98.8
MCH 30.5-38.02 30.2–40.6 31.6–36.2 32.2–35.4 28.5–36.7 31.7–40 32.1–36.8 27.9–33.1
MCHC 31.48–36.5 27-40.2 31.7–34.9 - 28.1–31.4 30.1–35.2 29.03–32.86 31.7–34.5
Platelet 132.7–413 178.2–297 165.6-288.2 223–347 152.9-297.3 131–383 207–328 129–607
Lymphocyte % 14.2–58.3 16.5–37.1 23.7–46.7 - - - 29.6-49.98 27.8–49.6
Neutrophil percentage 36.7–79.5 50.3–74.1 51.5–74.7 - - - 39.8–62.2 45.9–67.7
Lymphocyte absolute 2.16–10.3 - - 3.3–6.9 - 1.14–8.46 - -
Neutrophil absolute 2.96–13.54 - - 4.7–10.7 - 1.12–10.2 - -
  1. N =sample size