CD3 Absolute Count is a type of test used to confirm the presence of T- cell lymphoma.
What is CD3 Absolute Count?
CD3 Absolute Count is a test conducted to detect the presence of T cell lymphoma. The mature form of CD3 cells should be a perfect total of CD4 and CD8. This test is used to determine the strength of the immune system of the person to analyze various diseases like HIV, Cancer, etc.
Why is CD3 Absolute Count suggested?
CD3 Absolute Count is suggested when a patient is presented with the following symptoms,
- Sudden infection.
- Pain in the body.
- Continuous infection.
How is CD3 Absolute Count test performed?
The CD3 Absolute Count Test is performed by,
- The blood is drawn from the vein of the patient with the help of a needle.
- The injection site is cleaned properly with antiseptic lotion and a chord is tied to separate the vein.
CD3 Absolute Count tests provide perfect results.
What are the parameters measured in CD3 Absolute Count?
The parameters measured in CD3 Absolute Count are,
- The doctor conducts a blood test to confirm the disorder by measuring the count of all CD3, CD4, and CD8 levels. (1)
Preparation before performing CD3 Absolute Count
Before the CD3 Absolute Count test the patients should,
- Inform about the previous medical history and medications to the doctors.
- Certain medications can affect the result of the test.
Post-care after CD3 Absolute Count
Post-care after CD3 Absolute Count testing is,
- The patient can leave immediately after the test is done. It is a simple non-invasive procedure.
Sample types in CD3 Absolute Count
The sample types in CD3 Absolute Count are,
Side effects of CD3 Absolute Count test
Common Side effects of CD3 Absolute Count tests are,
- The patient might experience discomfort during the test while drawing blood.