The Difference Between Complete Blood Count And Routine Blood?
What’s the difference between routine blood check and complete blood count? Is the support for the diagnosis of the disease different? R nThank you
Routine blood tests will provide results of hemoglobin levels, erythrocyte / red blood cell count, leukocyte / white blood cell count, hematocrit (ratio of red blood cell count to total blood volume), platelet count, and leukocyte count. Examination is widely used to support or rule out the diagnosis of several diseases such as anemia, dengue hemorrhagic fever, bacterial infection, and so on.
Complete blood count includes routine blood tests plus the results of the sedimentation rate (the rate at which red blood cells settle). Usually the examination results of the sedimentation rate can help diagnose diseases such as tuberculosis, chronic infections, autoimmune diseases. However, it must be supported by other, more specific, investigations.
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