Mean Platelet Volume Test – Normal Range

The normal value of mean platelet volume is expressed in range. The normal range is between 7.2 fL and 11.8 fL in adults. However, reading in between 9.7 fL and 12.8 fL is considered safe too.

The normal range varies depending on the laboratory techniques and machines used. Platelet plays a huge role in the blood coagulation process.

If the level of platelet is high, it could indicate that you are suffering from acute myocardial infarction.

To bring the level of MPV to normal range, a person should quit smoking. Health conditions like hypertension and hyperlipidemia should be managed too or else the patient will be at risk for cardiac complications.

If the MPV is lower than the normal range, it means that your platelet count is low. If your body does not have adequate level of platelet, it puts you at risk for bleeding.

If you sustain an injury, you will be prone to blood loss due to excessive bleeding because the blood does not have enough clotting factor.

Low MPV could indicate many diseases and disorders. A low MPV is an indicator that the platelet in the blood is lower than normal, which puts you at risk for severe blood loss if you get injured.

Keywords: MPV; PDW; Platelet Count; Platelet Distribution Width; PLT; Thrombocyte Count

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