Blood Disorder Test
When something is wrong with your blood, it may effect your total health. Common blood conditions include: anaemia, bleeding disorders such as haemophilia, blood clots and blood cancers such as leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma.
The blood test most commonly done is the complete blood count. The CBC (complete blood count) is an investigation of all the cellular components (red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets) in the blood.
This test measures the red blood cells, the white blood cells, the Reticulocyte count (the measure of newly formed (young) red blood cells), clotting tests, measure of proteins and other substances it can also be used for blood typing.
The blood for these tests is obtained from a vein with a needle and syringe or sometimes from the fingertip by a needle.
Guide Prices and What's Included
The prices in the table above (the “Guide Prices”) show what most patients should expect to pay at each appointment and on admission to hospital.
The Guide Prices you pay might be different depending on:
- Which Consultant or Specialist you choose
- Your medical history
- The type of anaesthetic your Consultant advises is best for you
- The type of implant your Consultant advises is best for you