CD3 is a type of test used to confirm the presence of T- cell lymphoma. It is used to find the problems existing in the immune system of the patient.
What is CD3?
CD3 is a test conducted to detect the presence of T cell lymphoma. The CD3 cells should be a perfect total of CD4 and CD8. This test is used to detect various diseases like HIV, Cancer, autoimmune disorder etc…
Why is CD3 suggested?
CD3 is suggested when a patient is presented with the following symptoms,
- Sudden infection.
- Pain in the body.
- Continuous infection.
- Muscle pain.
How is a CD3 test performed?
The CD3 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 for easy access.
CD3 tests provide perfect results.
What are the parameters measured in CD3?
The parameters measured in CD3 are,
- The doctor conducts a blood test to confirm the disorder by measuring the count of all CD3, CD4, and CD8. (1)
Preparation before performing CD3
Before the CD3 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
Post-care after CD3 testing is,
- The patient can leave immediately after the test is done. It is a simple non-invasive procedure.
Sample types in CD3
The sample types in CD3 are,
Side effects of CD3 test
Common Side effects of CD3 tests are,
- The patient might experience pain while drawing blood.