## Absolute Reticulocyte Count Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Absolute Reticulocyte Count = (Reticulocytes*Hematocrit)/Normal Hematocrit
ARC = (%R*%Ht)/%Htnormal
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Absolute Reticulocyte Count - (Measured in Cells per Microliter) - Absolute Reticulocyte Count is the number of immature red blood cells (RBCs) in one liter of blood.
Reticulocytes - Reticulocytes define the percentage of reticulocytes in RBC(red blood cells).
Hematocrit - Hematocrit is the volume percentage of red blood cells in the blood.
Normal Hematocrit - Normal Hematocrit is the hematocrit level generally found in men and women. It ranges between 40.7-50.3% for males and 36.1-44.3% for females.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Reticulocytes: 1.5 --> No Conversion Required
Hematocrit: 48 --> No Conversion Required
Normal Hematocrit: 42 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
ARC = (%R*%Ht)/%Htnormal --> (1.5*48)/42
Evaluating ... ...
ARC = 1.71428571428571
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
1714285714.28571 Cells per Cubic meter -->1.71428571428571 Cells per Microliter (Check conversion ​here)
1.71428571428571 1.714286 Cells per Microliter <-- Absolute Reticulocyte Count
(Calculation completed in 00.004 seconds)
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## Absolute Reticulocyte Count Formula

Absolute Reticulocyte Count = (Reticulocytes*Hematocrit)/Normal Hematocrit
ARC = (%R*%Ht)/%Htnormal

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## How to Calculate Absolute Reticulocyte Count?

Absolute Reticulocyte Count calculator uses Absolute Reticulocyte Count = (Reticulocytes*Hematocrit)/Normal Hematocrit to calculate the Absolute Reticulocyte Count, Absolute Reticulocyte Count is a derived value and calculated from multiplying the two parameters namely RBC count and Reticulocyte percentage. Absolute Reticulocyte Count is denoted by ARC symbol.

How to calculate Absolute Reticulocyte Count using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Absolute Reticulocyte Count, enter Reticulocytes (%R), Hematocrit (%Ht) & Normal Hematocrit (%Htnormal) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Absolute Reticulocyte Count calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.7E-9 = (1.5*48)/42.

### FAQ

What is Absolute Reticulocyte Count?
Absolute Reticulocyte Count is a derived value and calculated from multiplying the two parameters namely RBC count and Reticulocyte percentage and is represented as ARC = (%R*%Ht)/%Htnormal or Absolute Reticulocyte Count = (Reticulocytes*Hematocrit)/Normal Hematocrit. Reticulocytes define the percentage of reticulocytes in RBC(red blood cells), Hematocrit is the volume percentage of red blood cells in the blood & Normal Hematocrit is the hematocrit level generally found in men and women. It ranges between 40.7-50.3% for males and 36.1-44.3% for females.
How to calculate Absolute Reticulocyte Count?
Absolute Reticulocyte Count is a derived value and calculated from multiplying the two parameters namely RBC count and Reticulocyte percentage is calculated using Absolute Reticulocyte Count = (Reticulocytes*Hematocrit)/Normal Hematocrit. To calculate Absolute Reticulocyte Count, you need Reticulocytes (%R), Hematocrit (%Ht) & Normal Hematocrit (%Htnormal). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Reticulocytes, Hematocrit & Normal Hematocrit and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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