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If my hemoglobin test results are 10.5 in the U.S., what is

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If my hemoglobin test results are 10.5 in the U.S., what is the conversion in Canada?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  DrRussMD replied 6 years ago.
Hello
The difference is between grams/dl and grams/l [Canadian]
1g/dl = 10 g/l
10.5 would convert to 105
Normal in Canada in most labs is 123 to 157
So this is anemic, as it is in us values as well.
Good luck

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Expert:  DrRussMD replied 6 years ago.
Hello
The difference is between grams/dl and grams/l [Canadian]
1g/dl = 10 g/l
10.5 would convert to 105
Normal in Canada in most labs is 123 to 157
So this is anemic, as it is in us values as well.
Good luck

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