No special preparation required
Reticulocyte Count Test is performed to measure the number of reticulated red blood cells in
your body. It can help your healthcare provider understand whether your bone marrow is
producing an adequate amount of red blood cells. This test can be helpful in figuring out
whether you have illnesses that affect your blood, like haemolytic anaemia, a condition where
RBCs are destroyed at a faster rate than they are made.
Frequently asked questions
The renal profile advance test is a series of tests that examines liver function, calcium deficiencies, and renal function. To assess the kidneys' health, tests examine levels of many parameters in the blood, such as proteins, minerals, electrolytes, and sugar.
The renal profile advance test is done with two specimens, blood, and urine. Blood tests include Estimated GFR (eGFR), Serum creatinine, Electrolytes, Minerals, and waste products like urea. Urine tests comprise microalbuminuria and urinalysis.
Yes, the test needs 24 hours urine sample for the urine test.
In one working day, the rest results are shared