To evaluate the number of circulating red cells in the blood toward diagnosing disease and monitoring therapeutic treatment. Variations in the number of cells is most often seen in anemias, cancer, and hemorrhage.
Whole blood (1 mL) collected in a lavender-top (EDTA) tube.
(Method: Automated, computerized, multichannel analyzers)
|Age||Conventional Units (106 cells/microL)||SI Units (1012 cells/L) (Conventional Units × 1)|
Complete Blood Count, RBC Count has been found in Davis's Lab & Diagnostic Tests
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