CBC blood test

What is the Complete Blood Count (CBC) Test?

Also known as CBC, complete blood count test, CBC complete blood count test, blood CP, blood routine examination, blood C/E (Complete, CBC), blood complete profile or blood complete picture, it is a group of tests that provide information about the blood cells such as Red Blood Cells (RBC), White Blood Cells (WBC) and Platelets.

CBC test in Pakistan is a simple routine test that helps medical practitioners to get to know the overall health of an individual.

Medical practitioners at Top Hospitals i.e. Doctors Hospital recommend a CBC test if you have the following symptoms:

  • Fever, vomiting or nausea
  • Bruising and bleeding
  • Weakness, fatigue or weakness
  • Problem with blood pressure or heart rate
  • Inflammation (Irritation and swelling) anywhere in the body
  • Joint pain

CBC Test Price in Pakistan

CBC test price in Pakistan ranges between (500-1000) Rupees. The CBC test cost in Pakistan varies depending upon the lab and city you are choosing to get your test. However, to get a discount on CBC test prices in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, and other major cities, you can book your CBC test from Healthwire.

How Can I Book CBC Test Near Me?

You can easily book a CBC test online. Doctors at Hameed Latif Hospital rely on Healthwire and refer patients there for efficient booking of CBC Test. To book a CBC test at affordable price in Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, and other major cities, you can call us at 042352500989/02137130261 or click on the test for instant booking.

To book your CBC test:

  • You can simply click on the lab test online via our web healthwire.pk or Healthwire app 
  • Select CBC test or upload prescription
  • Pay in cash or online (debit/credit card, jazzcash)
  • You can also opt for free home sampling 
  • Our representative will call you for confirmation

You can also call us at 042352500989 or click on the test for instant booking. You can also avail discount on the CBC blood test price if you book your test via healthwire.

Why is a Complete Blood Count (CBC) Test Conducted?

This test is conducted to:

  • Evaluate the overall health of a person
  • Rule out diseases and disorders
  • Detect any abnormality in the blood
  • Access and diagnose different blood infections, conditions, diseases and disorders
  • Monitor different blood diseases and disorders
  • Monitor the efficacy of the treatment for certain conditions, diseases and disorders such as during radiotherapy and chemotherapy 

It is a routine test that is conducted on a daily basis in the labs of Lahore, Karachi, Multan, Rawalpindi, Islamabad, and other major cities.

What is a CBC Test Good For? 

The CBC test done in Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Multan, Rawalpindi and all over Pakistan helps your medical practitioner in diagnosing and assessing various kinds of infections, diseases and disorders such as:

  • Anemia
  • Disorders such as sickle cell anemia, thalassemia and agranulocytosis
  • Infections that result in low WBC levels or high WBC levels 
  • Minerals and vitamin deficiencies
  • Bone marrow disorders such as myelodysplastic syndromes
  • Blood cancers (leukemia and lymphoma)
  • Side effects of any medication or chemotherapy

How to Interpret the Complete Blood Count (CBC) Test Results?

Following is the normal range of complete blood count in adults and infants


Normal Range 

Red Blood Cell Count 


  • Male: 4.35 – 5.65 million cells/μL 

  • Female: 3.92 – 5.13 million cells/μL

  • Infants/Children: 3.8 – 5.5 million cells/μL

White Blood Cells Count


Differential Leukocyte Count

  • Neutrophils – (35-85)% 

  • Lymphocytes – (20 -50)%

  • Monocytes – (2-12)%

  • Eosinophils – (0-7)%

  • Basophils – (0-2)%


  • Male: 13.2 – 16.6 grams/dL

  • Female: 11.6 – 15 grams/dL


  • Male: (38.3 – 48.6) %

  • Female: (35.5 – 44.9) %

  • Infants/Child – (31 – 43) %

Platelet Count

  • Male: 135 – 317 billion cells/L

  • Female: 157 – 371 billion cells/L

Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV)

  • Males: 82-102 fL

  • Females: 78-101 fL

Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH) 

  • 27-34 pg

Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC) 

  • 31-35 gm/dL

Mean Platelet Volume (MPV) 

  • 6.0-9.5 fL




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