Avail CBC Test in Chennai through the MFine app. You can book your Complete Blood Count test from reputed lab partners of MFine and get samples collected from your doorstep. Post sample collection, the test reports will be available for download within next 48 hours. CBC Test is usually recommended to monitor the overall health and identify conditions like anemia, infections, immune system disorders, etc. view less
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Complete Blood Count Test (CBC) by Thyrocare Labs, Chennai
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Complete Blood Count Test (CBC) by Humain Health
What is the process to book a CBC Blood Test in Chennai?
You can book a CBC Blood Test in Chennai by following the steps given below:
Install and login to the Mfine mobile app.
Select Chennai as your preferred location.
Select a lab partner, add your address and book a time slot.
A certified Lab Technician (LT) will visit your home at the designated time slot to collect the blood sample.
Your report will be updated on the mobile app within the next 48 - 72 hours.
Why book a CBC blood test in Chennai?
To help diagnose an infection caused by bacteria, virus or fungus.
To help diagnose inflammation caused due to an autoimmune disease, cancer, heart ailments etc.
A complete blood count (CBC) is a medical laboratory test that provides information about a person's blood cells, namely the counts of white blood cells, red blood cells, platelets, and haemoglobin. The CBC test comprises the following:
Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV): There are three main corpuscles, namely white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets. Red blood cells transport oxygen from your lungs to every other part of your body. An MCV blood test measures the average size of your red blood cells. Suppose your RBCs are too large or too small, in that case, it could be a sign of anaemia, a vitamin deficiency, or any other medical condition.
Red Cell Distribution List (RDW): This is commonly used to diagnose anaemia, a condition wherein RBCs do not carry enough oxygen to other parts of your body.
Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin (MCH): The test measures the average amount of haemoglobin, a protein, present in your red blood cells. Lower levels of haemoglobin could be a sign of anaemia.
Total WBC: A total WBCs is a measure of white blood cells in your body. WBCs are also called leukocytes. They help fight off infections. Abnormal levels of WBCs indicate infection, inflammation, tissue damage, thyroid, leukaemia or stress.
Haemoglobin Count (HB): This is an indirect measure of RBCs present in your blood.
Platelet Count: Platelets are those cells in your blood that bind and heal broken blood vessels; they are the cells that help form blood clots. Abnormal levels of platelets indicate an underlying health condition such as a stroke or a heart attack.
Red Blood Cells (RBCs): RBCs or erythrocytes are those cells in the blood that carries oxygen to other parts of your body.
HCT(PCV): A hematocrit test measures the number of RBCs in your blood.
RETICS: A reticulocyte count test measures the number of new RBCs in your blood. Doctors use this test to determine if you have any illness that affects your blood, such as aplastic anaemia, hemolytic anaemia, iron deficiency anaemia, and pernicious anaemia.
What does my CBC test result mean?
An abnormal count of RBCs and haemoglobin may indicate anaemia, iron deficiency, or an underlying cardiovascular disease.
Low WBCs may indicate bone marrow disease, autoimmune disease, or in rare cases, cancer.
High WBCs may indicate an underlying infection or a reaction to a particular medicine.
If your CBC results appear abnormal, it may not always indicate an underlying health condition. In any case, it is always best to discuss these with your doctor.
Do I need to fast before a CBC test?
Usually, a fast is not required. However, it would help if you keep your doctor informed about any medication you are taking.
How to prepare for a CBC test?
You do not need any special preparations for a CBC lab test. Our lab partners will send a phlebotomist to your home to collect the blood sample. The sample will then be analyzed by qualified lab technicians or microbiologists using state of the art technology. Your reports will be available to you online on the Mfine mobile app within the next 24-72 hours.
When will I get my CBC blood test report?
Your reports will be available to you online on the Mfine mobile app within 24-72 hours after blood sample collection.
What happens after I get my CBC reports?
Once you get your blood report, a general physician would reach out to you for a consultation. They'd analyze your report and suggest treatment accordingly.