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Haematocrit

Hematocrit

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Book Haematocrit Test at the best price in Delhi NCR, India from GDIC (Ganesh Diagnostic & Imaging Centre). GDIC is a NABL Accredited Pathology lab in Delhi offering a wide range of lab tests.

What is Haematocrit test?

A blood test termed a haematocrit evaluates the proportion of red blood cells in your blood. The oxygen in your lungs is transported to the rest of your body by red blood cells. White blood cells, which help fight infection, platelets, which assist form blood clots to halt bleeding, and plasma are the other components of your blood.

Haematocrit levels that are very high or low may indicate a blood problem, dehydration, or other illnesses that have an impact on your blood.

Other Name

HCT, packed cell volume, PCV, Crit; H, and H are some alternate names (Hemoglobin and Haematocrit)

Why is Haematocrit test done?

A full blood count frequently includes a haematocrit test (CBC). The various components of your blood are measured by a CBC, a frequent blood test. You can use it to evaluate your general health. Anemia , a condition in which you don't have enough red blood cells, and polycythemia, a rare ailment in which you have too many red blood cells and your blood gets excessively thick, are two blood disorders that may be used to assist identify.

A complete blood count includes a haematocrit test (CBC). The frequency of red blood cells in your blood might be used by your doctor to aid in a diagnosis or monitor your treatment response.

An unusually low haematocrit can indicate:

  • The lacking of enough healthy red blood cells (anemia)
  • An excessive quantity of white blood cells carried caused by an ongoing disease, an infection, or a condition that affects the white blood cells, like leukaemia or lymphoma
  • Mineral or vitamin imbalances
  • Either recent or chronic blood loss

An unusually high haematocrit can indicate:

  • Dehydration
  • A condition that causes your body to create too many red blood cells, such polycythemia vera.
  • Lung or heart disease

What is the procedure for haematocrit test?

Typically, a needle is used to take blood from a vein in your arm. You might experience some discomfort there, but you can return to your regular activities afterward.

How does one prepare for the Haematocrit Test? 

>>No preparation is needed.

Required documents for Haematocrit Test

  • A doctor's prescription. 
  • A valid government ID.

After Care

  • No care is required

The cost of A Haematocrit Test in Delhi

The Haematocrit test costs vary by region and facility. So, get tested at trustworthy diagnostic centers like Ganesh Diagnostic. Training and experienced professionals are staffed to assure patient and visitor safety.

Test Type Hematocrit
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Haematocrit Test (Physician)

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Test Price ₹ 75 ₹ 150
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