Haemogram with PS
No special preparation required
A series of tests carried out on a sample of blood is known as a hemogram, often known as a full blood count or complete haemogram test. The haemogram is a thorough screening tool that looks for any illnesses and infections in the body. The three blood constituents, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets, are mostly tested by hemograms.
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Anaemia, haematological malignancies, infections, acute hemorrhagic states,
allergies, and immunodeficiencies must all be diagnosed using this test. The
monitoring of some medications' adverse effects is another application for it.
The Peripheral Smear Test involves counting the number of red blood cells (RBCs),
white blood cells (WBCs), and platelets as well as examining their size, shape,
colour, and other features.
Typically, test results are available the next day after the sample reaches the lab.
During the test, a little blood sample will be drawn from a vein in your arm. A tiny
needle is used by a medical expert to perform this where you may feel a slight
pricking sensation. At the spot, you could experience minor pain, bleeding, giddiness,
bruise, or infection, but this passes in five minutes.