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What is an Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test?

The Absolute Monocyte Count determines the number of monocytes in the blood. Monocytes are a type of white blood cell (WBC) that can help the body fight infections and disorders. They're also needed by our bodies to get rid of injured tissues and cancerous cells, thus helping to regulate our immunity.


When is the Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test recommended?

It is recommended:

  • When specific symptoms, such as infections and autoimmune diseases are monitored in the patient.

  • The test is used to detect and aid in diagnosing tuberculosis, brucellosis, and a variety of other illnesses.


What does it measure?

The Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test measures:

  • The number of monocytes in the blood sample of an individual.

  • Monocytes are white blood cells (WBCs) that are uninuclear with a single nucleus and nongranular in appearance.

  • They are produced in the bone marrow and travel to the different tissues through the bloodstream.


How long will the reports take?

You will get the reports within 8 hours after the collection of the blood sample.


What is the cost of the Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test in Delhi?

The cost of the Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test in Delhi is Rs. 150.


How often should I get tested for the Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test?

The Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test is prescribed by your doctor after a complete assessment of conditions.


What are the normal values of the Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test?

(200–1000 cells/cumm) 0.2–1.0 10^3/I.


What is the type of sample required?

We require a blood sample for this test.


What time should I get the test done?

This test can be taken at any time during the day.


Is fasting required for the Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test?

No, fasting is not required for this test.


Any other precautions to be taken before getting myself tested for the Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test?

There are no specific precautions for this test.


How can I book the Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test in Delhi?

Log into www.orangehealth.in and submit your details. Our highly trained, professional, and vaccinated eMedics will be at your doorstep within 60 minutes or at the time booked by you.


Why should I book the Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC) test with Orange Health in Delhi?

Orange Health is the Fastest Diagnostic Lab. With us, you can get tested at home within 60 minutes of placing an order anywhere in Delhi. Or our trained, professional, and vaccinated eMedics will be at your doorstep at the time selected by you.

Your sample is safely transported at the optimal temperature to our NABL accredited and ICMR approved lab. The results will be delivered to you faster too!

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