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  • Overview

    The procedure of the Absolute Monocyte Count involves the calculation of the total number of monocytes in the blood, which requires a blood test.

  • What is Absolute Monocyte Count?

    The Absolute Monocyte Count is the calculation of the total number of monocytes in the human body. It is important to have the right number of monocytes in the body.

  • Why is Absolute Monocyte Count suggested?

    It is very normal to have an increase or decrease in the number of monocytes after an infection. The Absolute Monocyte Count is suggested to find out if the monocyte level can be a cause of concern for any kind of infection or disease.

  • How is Absolute Monocyte Count performed?

    The procedure for performing Absolute Monocyte Count is as follows:

    • A band is wrapped around the arm so that a vein is clearly seen.
    • The area is cleaned with 70% alcohol to avoid infection.
    • A needle is inserted into the vein and the required amount of blood sample is collected.
    • The collected blood is transferred into a container and the test is performed.
  • What are the parameters measured in Absolute Monocyte Count?

    The parameters measured in Absolute Monocyte Count include the number of

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  • Preparation before performing Absolute Monocyte Count

    No special preparations are needed before performing an Absolute Monocyte Count. The patient has to inform the doctor about their allergies or the medication that they are on.

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  • Post-care after Absolute Monocyte Count

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

  • Sample types in Absolute Monocyte Count

    A blood sample is required for Absolute Monocyte Count.

     

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  • Side effects/risks of Absolute Monocyte Count

    The side effects of performing the Absolute Monocyte Count are as follows:

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    • Shortness of breath.

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