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Overview

The procedure of Absolute Lymphocyte Count includes the calculation of the total number of lymphocytes in the blood with the help of a blood test.

What is Absolute Lymphocyte Count?

The Absolute Lymphocyte Count is the calculation of the total number of lymphocytes in the human body. This test helps the doctor to evaluate the cause of certain diseases,  infections, etc.

What is Absolute Lymphocyte Count?

The Absolute Lymphocyte Count is the calculation of the total number of lymphocytes in the human body. This test helps the doctor to evaluate the cause of certain diseases,  infections, etc.

Why is Absolute Lymphocyte Count suggested?

It is very normal to observe an increase or decrease in the number of lymphocytes after an infection. The Absolute Lymphocyte Count is suggested when the cause of an infection or disease may be a result of an increase or decrease in the number of lymphocytes.

How is Absolute Lymphocyte Count performed?

The procedure for performing the Absolute Lymphocyte Count is as follows:

  • A band is wrapped around the arm so that the vein is clearly seen.
  • The area is cleaned with 70% alcohol to avoid any infection.
  • A needle is inserted into the visible vein and the required amount of blood sample is collected.

The normal value for the Absolute Lymphocyte Count is 1,300-3,500 cells per microliter of blood.

What are the parameters measured in Absolute Lymphocyte Count?

The parameters measured in the Absolute Lymphocyte Count include the number of

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  • Preparation before performing Absolute Lymphocyte Count

    There are no special preparations needed before performing the Absolute Lymphocyte Count. The patient should discuss allergies or present medication with the doctor.

  • Post-care after Absolute Lymphocyte Count

    There are no post-care measures after performing Absolute Lymphocyte Count.

  • Sample types in Absolute Lymphocyte Count

    A blood sample is needed for Absolute Lymphocyte Count.

     

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  • Side effects/risks of Absolute Lymphocyte Count

    The side effects of the Absolute Lymphocyte Count are

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    • Shortness of breath.

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