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The complete blood picture test is ideal for inspecting the overall health of a person as the test helps to detect the signs of medical conditions present in the blood of a person.
A CBP or a complete blood picture test is a diagnostic screening test that is primarily prescribed by a doctor who wants to detect early whether a patient has contracted or is well on the path of contracting a medical condition that directly affects the blood cells.
A complete blood picture test is perfect to detect whether a patient –
When you book your complete blood picture test in your doctor will be able to know exactly the levels of RBC, WBC and platelets in your blood.
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A complete blood picture CBP test is often prescribed by a doctor during routine check-ups. A doctor might also point a patient to book a complete blood picture test in when they want to use the test to measure the effectiveness of treatment prescribed to a patient who is anemic.
A CBP test might also be prescribed by a doctor when a patient shows the following symptoms –
Vijaya diagnostic centre complete blood picture test package consists of 26 tests and they are as follows -
Your doctor might ask you to get a CBP test in when they want to learn about your medical state.
Most people who book a Vijaya diagnostic centre cbp test in are following the explicit instruction of their doctor when the medical professional has detected symptoms of a medical condition that may affect the RBC, WBC, Haemoglobin and platelet count of the patient in question.
For instance, in a CBP test where the results show that the patient has a low RBC or haemoglobin level then the doctor will be able to understand that the patient is anaemic and will treat the condition accordingly.
On the other hand, if a CBP test result shows that the patient’s blood sample has a higher than normal RBC or hemoglobin level then the doctor will be able to understand that the patient is suffering from bone marrow infection.
Other diseases that can be pinpointed with a CBP test are –
A CBP test primarily helps to ensure that the RBC (Red Blood Cell), WBC (White Blood Cell) and platelet counts of the person whose blood is being tested are at their normal levels. The normal RBC, WBC and platelet counts of a person depending on their gender. The normal counts as per the professional opinions of medical personnel are mentioned below.
Preparing for a CBP test, whether you have selected a home sample collection or you are planning to visit our diagnostic centre to let our staff member draw a sample from you is easy. All you would have to remember is that for this test, you would not need to fast. You can eat and drink normally. However, if your doctor will be using the test result as a reference material and comparing the data with other test results, then you might need to fast. For the best results, consult with your doctor before booking your test slot.
The patient may need to fast for some time if the CBP test results will be used as a reference in other diagnostic tests. If that is not the case then you would not need to fast.
What is a complete blood picture test?
A CBP or complete blood picture test is one of the most commonly prescribed diagnostic tests where the goal is to ensure that the red blood cell, white blood cell and platelet count in the sample is well within the permissible limits.
What diseases can a CBP test detect?
A CBP test is prescribed by a doctor when the patient is suspected by the doctor to be suffering from infections like microfilaria, or malaria is showing signs of medical conditions like anaemia.
Is an empty stomach required for a CBC test?
No, the patient can eat and drink normally before a sample is drawn from them for a CBP test. However, the patient might need to fast if the CBP test results will be used as a reference for other tests. For more details, the patient should consult their doctor.
What is the cost of CBP?
A complete blood picture test cost that one would need to bear at any Vijaya Diagnostic Centre is ₹380 (inclusive of all taxes).
What is the normal value of CBP?
The normal Red blood cells count in blood samples drawn from male patients is 4.35 – 5.65 trillion cells/L and 3.92 – 5.13 trillion cells/L in blood samples drawn from female patients.
The normal White Blood Cell count in blood samples drawn from male patients is 5 – 10 per microlitre and 4.5 – 11 per microlitre in samples drawn from female patients.
The normal Haemoglobin count in blood samples drawn from male patients is 132 – 166 g/L and 116 – 150 g/L in samples drawn from female patients.
The normal platelet count in samples drawn from male patients is 135 – 317 billion /L and 157 – 371 billion/L in samples drawn from female patients.