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CBC stands for "complete blood count". It is also known as "full blood count". A CBC test is a set of medical laboratory tests that give information about the number and the quality of cells in one's blood. It gives you a complete profile of your blood, including red blood cells, white blood cells, blood platelets, and the concentration of hemoglobin and hematocrit. The red blood cells, that get their color from hemoglobin, tell how much oxygen your blood is carrying. The white blood cells are a part of your immune system and they are made of bone marrow. The platelets also called thrombocytes, help your blood clot. Hemoglobin is the protein molecule in your red blood cells that carries oxygen from the lungs and brings back carbon dioxide to be cleaned. Hematocrit is the percentage of red blood cells in your blood.

Parameters Included (20)


No of Parameters

Absolute Neutrophil Count (1)


Absolute Lymphocyte Count (1)


Absolute Monocyte Count (1)


Absolute Eosinophil Count (1)


Absolute Basophil Count (1)


White Blood Cell Count (1)


Neutrophils (1)


Lymphocytes (1)


Monocytes (1)


Eosinophils (1)


Basophils (1)


Hemoglobin (1)


Red Blood Cell Count (1)


Haematocrit (1)


Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV) (1)


Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH) (1)


Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC) (1)


Red Cell Distribution Width (RDW) (1)


Platelet Count (1)


ESR (1)


Frequently Asked Questions

Is some sort of special preparation needed before getting a CBC test done?

There is no special preparation needed. Just be ready when the lab technician visits your place. A small needle will be inserted into the vein of your arm and a small amount of blood will be drawn. That's it.

When is the right time to get a CBC test done?

A CBC test is recommended during an ongoing treatment such as chemotherapy or anemia. If you're showing any signs of some blood disorder such as anemia, excessive bleeding (signs of hemophilia), blood clotting, lymphoma and such, you need to get a CBC test done.

Are there any risks involved when getting a CBC test done?

There are no risks. Just a needle is inserted, and the blood is drawn. A local disinfectant will be applied to eliminate any chances of infection due to the needle. A disposable syringe is used. The needle is sterilized. Nonetheless, before the test, if you have some doubts, you should consult your doctor.

Do I need to visit your lab for my CBC test?

There is no need to visit our lab. Our lab technician will come to your home to get the blood sample and then deliver the sample to the laboratory. Once the results are available, a PDF version of the report will be emailed to you.

What diseases and ailments can a CBC test detect?

A CBC test can help your doctor detect the following diseases and ailments: Various anemia types. Bone marrow disorders. Severe dehydration. Autoimmune disorders. Internal inflammation. Low platelets count. Lymphoma. Hemoglobin abnormalities. Sickle cell disease or sickle cell anemia. Thalassemia. Vitamin deficiencies. Cancer, especially when it has spread to the bone marrow. Myeloproliferative neoplasms. Myelodysplastic syndrome. Other blood -related infections.

Can a CBC test be recommended by the doctor without a serious problem?

Yes, it can be. Your physician may recommend a CBC test as a part of a routine medical examination. It gives him or her a sense of your general health. In case there are small traces of anomalies, corrective measures can be taken.

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