2. Eosinophils Can Be Counted
Given the fact that we are living in a hyper-technologized world it should come as no surprise that eosinophils produced by the body can be counted. Eosinophil counts are a measure of the volume of eosinophils operating within the body on any given day. This is done through a blood test called the “white blood cell count” which will have to be ordered by a medical practitioner. One important factor that you ought to be aware of this that eosinophils values can vary from different labs.
On the back end of this, many labs will often issue out reference ranges. These give an average result for that specific test’s measurements. Based on research conducted by the Cincinnati Centre for eosinophilic disorders, the acceptable spectrum for eosinophils in the blood should be between zero and 450 eosinophils per cubic blood millimeters. Eosinophils are also often spotted in the uterus, spleen, intestines, and ovaries.