Avail CBC Test in Delhi 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 the next 48 hours.
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Complete Blood Count Test (CBC) by Rapidx Pathology Labs (Covid Homecare), Delhi
Complete Blood Count Test (CBC) by Rapidx Pathology Labs, Delhi
Complete Blood Count Test (CBC) by Niramaya Pathlab, Delhi
Complete Blood Count Test (CBC) by Health Well Diagnostics, Delhi
Complete Blood Count Test (CBC) by MFine Select, Delhi
Complete Blood Count Test (CBC) by MFine Select (On Demand), Manesar
Complete Blood Count Test (CBC) by Health Well Diagnostics, Noida
On the MFine app, look for Delhi location and select CBC test in Delhi.
Choose the lab partner and the time slot for the sample collection based on your choice.
A certified lab technician will be assigned to collect the sample for the CBC test.
The collection of samples will be done at the scheduled time slot.
Once the analysis of the sample is done, the report will be available on the MFine app within 48-72 hours.
To understand the report better, one of our senior doctors will review the CBC test reports and share the required steps to follow.
What is the CBC Test Used For?
A CBC test is used for evaluating the following:
Red blood cells
White blood cells
To detect health conditions such as anemia and leukaemia
Check your red blood cells count with the help of a CBC Test!
What is included in a CBC test?
A Complete Blood Count test usually includes the following:
Red blood cell (RBC) count: Red blood cells are also known as erythrocytes and the main function of red blood cells is to carry oxygen from the lungs to the entire body. It also carries back carbon dioxide to the lungs. If the RBC count is low, it is known as anemia, the body will not receive enough oxygen. There is also a condition called polycythemia where the red blood cells can get clumped together and block the capillaries.
White blood cell (WBC) count:White blood cells are also known as leukocytes. They protect our bodies against infection. When a foreign particle enters our body, the WBC fights against the foreign particle. The overall count of white blood cells is less than red blood cells. Whenever there is an infection, the count of white blood cells increases. White blood cells are also used for detecting infection.
Platelet count:Platelets are also known as thrombocytes and these are the smallest type of blood cell. They are important in blood clotting. When bleeding starts, platelets swell and clump together to form a sticky plug that will stop the bleeding. If the platelet count is low in the body, it becomes difficult to stop bleeding. If the platelet count is high in the body, it may form a clump and block a blood vessel. There is also a condition known as atherosclerosis where the platelets may be involved in the blocking of the arteries.
Hemoglobin:The red blood cell is filled with hemoglobin molecules. It is responsible for the color red and it also carries oxygen. Through a hemoglobin test, the amount of hemoglobin is measured and the ability of the body to carry oxygen throughout the body.
CBC Test procedure
A complete blood count test (CBC) is carried out by a lab technician.
The place from where the blood sample is collected is first cleaned.
An elastic band is placed above the cleaned area so that the veins swell with blood.
A needle is inserted into the vein for the collection of the sample.
The blood sample is then pulled into a syringe.
After collecting the blood sample, the needle and the elastic band is removed.
How to prepare for the CBC test?
If you are being tested only for a complete blood count, then there is no restriction on the consumption of the type of food and drinks. If there are any additional tests conducted, then fasting before the test is mandatory. Depending on the tests and medications you are undergoing, your doctor will instruct you.
Things to consider after the CBC test is completed
Once the CBC test is completed, you can carry on with your day-to-day activities. The test results will be available on the MFine app for download within the next 24-48 hours. Once the test results are downloaded, you will receive a call from the doctor who will help you understand the test results. If there are any concerns, based on the results, the doctor will suggest medications.
What Type of Infections can a CBC test Detect?
Along with the overall count of the blood cells, the following are the other reasons why a complete blood count test is done:
If you are suffering from fever
If the doctor suspects any kind of infections
If you are feeling weak and losing sudden weight
Continuous bruising or bleeding
Detection of cancer
How much does the CBC Test Cost?
The cost of the CBC test may vary from city to city. However, the prices may be between ₹100 and ₹200. From the below table, you can book the CBC test:
The blood report will be updated on the MFine app within the next 24-48 hours after the blood sample is collected.
Is CBC a Definitive Test?
No, a complete blood count test is not a definitive test. This test is recommended by your doctor for various reasons and depending on that the results may vary. Again depending on the test, the follow-up will be scheduled.
How to read the CBC Blood Test Report?
Biological reference in healthy individuals (Normal value)
White blood cells
4500 to 11000
cells per microlitre
Red blood cells in men
4.5 million to 5.9 million
cells per microlitre
Red blood cells in women
4.1 million to 5.1 million
cells per microlitre
150,000 to 450,000
Platelets per microlitre
Haemoglobin in men
14 to 17.5
grams per deciliter
Haemoglobin in women
12.3 to 15.3
grams per deciliter
Hematocrit in men
41.5% to 50.4%
Hematocrit in women
35.9% to 44.6%
Mean corpuscular volume
80 to 96
Get the haemoglobin count in blood through a CBC Test!
Why book CBC Test in Delhi?
As mentioned above, this test is done to understand the overall health of a person. The other reasons why the CBC test is required are as follows:
To understand if there are any disorders such as infections or anaemia or problems with the immune system.
To determine the disorders related to blood.
To understand the effect of therapies such as radiotherapy or chemotherapy on the blood cells.
There are no special preparations that need to be performed before undergoing the CBC test. However, it is advised to inform your doctor about the medications that you are taking.
What happens to your sample?
Once the sample is collected, it is sent to our accredited lab of your choice (selected while booking) for further processing. After 48-72 hours, the reports of the CBC test is then available for download on the MFine app.
What do abnormal results indicate?
An increase in RBC level indicates that it is polycythemia.
A decrease in RBC level indicates that it is anaemia.
High levels of WBC indicate acute or chronic infections or bone marrow disease or disorders in the inflammatory or immune system.
Low levels of WBC also indicate bone marrow disorder and autoimmune conditions and drug reactions such as chemotherapy.
High levels of platelets indicate either chronic infection or inflammatory disease.
Low levels of platelets indicate viral infections such as dengue and other disorders like bleeding.
There are no specific precautions that should be taken care of before the CBC test. You are allowed to follow a regular diet plan and water intake.
The main motive of conducting the CBC test is to provide the overall picture of health. With a small number of blood samples, different health conditions, disorders, and infections can be detected. Also, taking up this test is now one click with the MFine app.
What risks are involved in the CBC tests?
There are no risks involved in the CBC tests. However, there could be cases where some people might experience lightheadedness or a little faint after the test is conducted.
Who can get the CBC test done?
Both men and women of all age groups can get the CBC test done.
How is the CBC test conducted in infants?
While conducting the CBC test in infants, the heel of the baby is sterilized by the nurse. Then a small needle is used to prick the cleaned area. Later the heel of the baby is gently squeezed to collect the blood sample for the test.
What is the best time to take CBC test?
It is advised to take the CBC test in the morning, preferably between 7:00 to 10:00 AM. This is because of the variations that the human body experiences depending on the time of the day. This variation gets reflected in the reports too.