- Test Parameters
Includes: 33 Tests
Anemia is a blood condition in which the body produces fewer red blood cells or hemoglobin than normal. It is a prevalent ailment that affects men and women of all ages, races, and ethnicities. An anemia profile is a set of laboratory blood tests that determines the body's iron levels, hemoglobin, ferritin, and oxygen binding capability.
This Anemia Profile-I is essential to examine those who are easily fatigued, lack concentration, or are weak. These are common signs of anemia, which can be caused by a lack of iron, malnutrition, or continuous blood loss from the body.
CNC Pathlab has 33 parameters that provide you with a detailed picture of your health. The Ferritin, Folic Acid, Iron, TIBC, CBC, Peripheral Blood Smear are all included in our Anemia Profile-I. These tests will benefit you in maintaining your health. You can opt for the Anemia Profile-I or other packages that are better suited to your needs in order to maintain your health from your comfort place (at-home services).
No Specific Requirement
- Folic Acid
- Total Leucocytes Count
- Lymphocyte Percentage
- Immature Granulocyte Percentage(Ig%)
- Neutrophils - Absolute Count
- Lymphocytes - Absolute Count
- Monocytes - Absolute Count
- Basophils - Absolute Count
- Eosinophils - Absolute Count
- Immature Granulocytes(Ig)
- Total Rbc
- Nucleated Red Blood Cells
- Mean Corpuscular Volume(Mcv)
- Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin(Mch)
- Mean Corp.Hemo.Conc(Mchc)
- Red Cell Distribution Width - Sd(Rdw-Sd)
- Red Cell Distribution Width (Rdw-Cv)
- Platelet Distribution Width(Pdw)
- Mean Platelet Volume(Mpv)
- Platelet Count
- Platelet To Large Cell Ratio(Plcr)
- % Nucleated Red Blood Cells (% NRBC)
Peripheral Blood Smear
- Peripheral Blood Smear
Do you test for Anemia Profile at home?
Yes, you can book an anemia profile test from CNC Pathlab’ s website or contact us to get an appointment for Anemia. Our professional phlebotomist will reach your home within 5 to 6 hours.
How can you find out whether you have anemia?
A Complete Hemogram is a useful approach to test for anemia since it measures the number of red blood cells (RBCs) in your blood as well as the amount of hemoglobin in your blood.
What are the types of Anemia?
There are 6 types of Anemia
- Iron Deficiency Anemia
- Pernicious Anemia
- Aplastic Anemia
- Hemolytic Anemia
- Sickle Cell Anemia
- Megaloblastic Anemia
What blood test shows that you have Anemia?
The levels of hemoglobin and hemocrit level, ferritin level, vitamin B12, and folate, and is a thorough test because there are various kinds of anemia.
What is the level of severe Anemia?
If you have severe Anemia
- If your hemoglobin concentration is less than 7.0 g/dl you have mild anemia.
- If your hemoglobin concentration is between 7.0 and 9.9 g/dl, you have moderate anemia.
- Mild anemia is defined as a hemoglobin concentration of 10.0-11.9 g/dl in a healthy woman and 10.0-10.9 g/dl in pregnant women and children under the age of five.
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