CBC/ Haemogram Test
A complete blood count, or CBC, is a simple blood test and quite popular for detecting diseases of different types in the body. A CBC examines if the blood cell counts have increased or decreased. Normal values differ based on gender and age. A complete blood count (CBC) may help identify everything from anaemia to infection and malignancy.
CBC/ Haemogram Test Cost in India
|Test Type||Blood Test|
|Preparation||No special preparation required|
|Costs in Hyderabad||Rs.200 to Rs 250 approximately|
CBC/ Haemogram test costs in India at different locations may vary
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Normal CBC Levels
|HB||14–17.5 g/dL||12.3–15.3 g/dL||RBC||4.5–5.9 x 106||4.5–5.1 x 106|
The above range holds relevant for men and women of age 18 to 60 years, however, it is the same for others above the age of 60 as well.
Any abnormal test result is indicative of an underlying medical condition that should be discussed with the doctor.
Frequently Asked Questions
A hemogram means a systematic report of the findings from a blood examination.
No, if the blood sample is only required for a hemogram, no fasting is required.
CBC test evaluates the overall health and it can detect a wide range of disorders like anaemia, blood infections and leukaemia.
Some of the most common diseases a CBC detects include anaemia, autoimmune disorders, bone marrow disorders, dehydration, infections, inflammation etc.
The cost of CBC in Hyderabad is between Rs 350 to Rs 500 approximately.
The cost of a CBC/haemogram in Nashik is Rs 200 to Rs 300 approximately.
The CBC test in Vizag costs between Rs 300 to Rs 400 approximately.
There are no specific guidelines for preparing for CBC. People can normally eat and drink before the test.
The high levels of White blood cells (WBC) may indicate infections, as well as blood cancers in the body.
The low levels of White blood cells (WBC) in adults may indicate conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, a side effect of cancer treatment or vitamin deficiencies.
Yes, the high RBC in the body could lead to blood thickening which further leads to blood clots and other issues related to it.
The low levels of RBC (Red blood cells) indicate a vitamin B12 or folate deficiency, B6. It may also signify kidney disease or malnutrition internal bleeding.
Haemograms examine the red, white, and platelet components of the blood.