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Full Blood Count Profile (Haematology Profile)

Quick Overview

This private blood test profile for Full Blood Count at Blood Tests London has a guaranteed turnaround time of 1 working day or less and tests for HCT, Red Cell Count, MCV,MCH, MCHC, RDW, Platelet Count, MPV, White Cell Count, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosiophils, Basophils.

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Lab Code -FBC-
Test Name Full Blood Count Profile (Haematology Profile)
Profile or Test? Profile
Test Inclusions HCT, Red Cell Count, MCV,MCH, MCHC, RDW, Platelet Count, MPV, White Cell Count, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosiophils, Basophils
Pathology Sample Blood
Target Turn Around Time in working days 1 Working Day or less
Laboratory Notes Standard Haematology Profile. Information on Red & White Blood cells & Platelets. Incl & 5 part diff.
Special Instructions No further Special Instructions. Please contact us if you have any questions.
GP Referral Yes Included
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Red Blood Cell Count

 

The RBC (red blood cell) count is the number of red blood cells present. It can vary considerably, and a marginally low or high health screening reading may not imply a problem. Significantly reduced numbers within any health check can be associated with anaemia (a deficiency in red cell production, or excessive loss of blood), and very high numbers are seen in polycythaemia (a condition which can be caused by smoking, living at altitude or just because the bone marrow makes too many red cells).

White Blood Cell Count

 

The WBC (white blood cell) count is a common test within a health assessment and is a measure of your body's ability to fight infection. A normal WBC level can be interpreted as a sign that the first line of defence against invasion by bacteria or other disease causing organisms is intact and functioning. Moderately elevated white cell counts are a sign of acute infection, while very high counts of abnormal white cells are encountered with leukaemia (a relatively rare form of blood cancer).

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