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COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (CBC) WITH DIFFERENTIAL AND PLATELET

WHAT IS A COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (CBC)?

Yes, you can.  The Complete Blood Count (CBC) measures:

•      White blood cell count.

•      White blood cell differential.

•      Red blood cell count.

•      Red blood cell density.

•      Hemoglobin levels.

•      Blood platelet count.

AM I REQUIRED TO FAST FOR THIS LAB TEST?

No.

WHAT IS THE PRICE OF A CBC?

$49.00

*Price may vary by location – contact your local ANY LAB TEST NOW

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO GET MY LAB TEST RESULTS?

Test results generally take between 24 to 72 business hours after your specimen is collected.

DESCRIPTION:

A CBC is a great test to take to give you a “snapshot” of your health.  This test gives important information about the kind and the number of cells in your blood. Physicians use this information to evaluate symptoms, help diagnose conditions and treat certain illnesses (like infections).

WHY DO I NEED A CBC?

Knowing your CBC can provide you and your doctor with vital health information.  You should consider taking a CBC if you:

•      Feel fatigued.

•      Think you have an infection.

•      Experience difficulty recovering from infection or injury.

•      Experience excessive bleeding or blood clot formation.

Having a CBC is also a good idea if you have a personal or family history of inflammation, bruising, blood disorders or leukemia.

OTHER RELEVANT LAB TESTS:

Customers who purchase a CBC typically purchase a Annual Check‐Up Panel.  The CBC is also a part of the Comprehensive Male Panel, Comprehensive Female Panel, Diabetes Maintenance Panel, Heartburn Panel, Fatigue Panel, Anemia Panel, Cardiac Risk Panel, Cancer Screening Panel, Nutritional Panel, Inflammation Marker Panel, Menopause Panel, Fibromyalgia Screening Panel and either the Male or Female Complete Health Profile.

WHAT IF MY LAB TEST RESULTS ARE ABNORMAL OR OUT OF RANGE?

Contact your primary care physician.  He or she will determine if you need to see a hematologist.

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