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What is Red Blood Cell (RBC) Count test?

The function of Red Blood Cells is to carry oxygen from our lungs to the rest of our bodies. Then they make the return trip, taking carbon dioxide back to our lungs to be exhaled. This test helps check for the level of red blood cells.


Why get the Red Blood Cell Count (RBC) test?

Pregnant women, especially, need to monitor red blood cell count along with hemoglobin, as low levels can affect the growth of feotus. Elderly people with low red blood cell count should also be checked for nutritional deficiency or cancers.


When to take this test?

Anytime


Frequency to repeat test

Every 6 months


Precautions to be taken before for the test

No particular precautions are required, unless it is recommended by your doctor.


Parameters

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Test is available in Delhi through Orange Health Diagnostic Lab
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