Complete Blood Count/ Blood Cell Profile/ Blood Count/ CBC/ Hemogram
Indications : This test is used to evaluate anemia, leukemia, reaction to inflammation and infections, peripheral blood cellular characters, State of hydration and dehydration, Polycythemia, Hemolytic disease of the newborn, to manage chemotherapy decisions.
Normal Range : Click Here To View Normal Values
Interpretation : Presence of one or more of the following may be indications for further investigations: Hemoglobin <10 g/dL, >18g/dL. MCV > 100 fL, <80 fL, MCHC >37%, WBC > 20,000/mm3, <2000/mm3, presence of sickle cells, significant spherocytosis, basophilic stippling, Stomatocytes, Schistocytosis, Oval macrocytes, Eosinophilia (>10%), Monocytosis (>15%), toxic granulation.
Critical Values : Hematocrit <18% or 54% , Hemoglobin <6g/dL or >18g/dL, WBC 2500/mm3 or >30000mm3, Platelets<20,000/mm3 or > 1,000,000/mm3
Related Tests : Eosinophil Count, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, Differential Leukocyte Count, RBC Morphology, Platelet count, Platelet sizing, Red cell count, White blood count.