A Complete Blood Count (CBC) test is done by taking a blood sample to check the overall health condition and find a wide range of diseases like leukemia, infection and anemia. The test measures various components in the blood including:
During this test, the cell counts are checked properly as their increase and decrease may indicate your medical condition.
A CBC test is done for various reasons such as:
The CBC with differential can tell you about your complete blood count. A health care specialist will insert a needle in the vein of your arm and take a blood sample. The sample will be tested in a lab for a complete examination. You’ll get the test report covering various diseases to come to know about your health condition.