What’s the Normal Range of Monocyte Count?

Q:
What’s the normal range of monocyte count?

A:
Monocytes are a type of white blood cell which functions in the immune system. They make up 5% to 10% of the total white blood cell count.

The normal range of monocyte count is:

Infants:

  • 1100 cells/µL

Children:

  • 550 cells/µL

Adults:

  • 300 cells/µL

 

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