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Elevated haemoglobin and PCV (packed cell volume or “haemocrit”) levels can reflect decreased plasma volume (due to dehydration, alcohol, cigarette smoking, diuretics) or increased red cell mass (polycythaemia). Polycythaemia may be secondary (usually to chronic hypoxia, but occasionally to erythropoietin-secreting tumours, especially renal tumours, fibroids) or primary (polycythaemia vera). Unless the haemoglobin/PCV is very high it is usually advisable to repeat the blood count ensuring adequate hydration.

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