|Sal Test Code||Name||Alternate Names||Search|
|9121||( B ) Right Lateral Mid Site (Rlm)- Diagnosis||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91417||RLM-D||9121 ( B ) Right Lateral Mid Site (Rlm)- Diagnosis RLM-D|
|9103||( C ) Right Lateral Base Site (Rlb)- Grossing||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91418||RLB-G||9103 ( C ) Right Lateral Base Site (Rlb)- Grossing RLB-G|
|9132||( H ) Left Lateral Mid Site (Llm)- Diagnosis||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91419||LLM-D||9132 ( H ) Left Lateral Mid Site (Llm)- Diagnosis LLM-D|
|2724||11-Deoxycortisol||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91421||Deoxyco||2724 11-Deoxycortisol Deoxyco|
|8943||14.3.3 ETA, Rheum. Arthritis||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91422||14.3.3n Protein ETA||8943 14.3.3 ETA, Rheum. Arthritis 14.3.3n Protein ETA|
|3429||17-Ketosteroids, 24 Hour Urine||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91424||17 KETO||3429 17-Ketosteroids, 24 Hour Urine 17 KETO|
|7637||21-Hydroxylase Antibodies||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91425||21_hydroxylase_LC||7637 21-Hydroxylase Antibodies 21_hydroxylase_LC|
|90530||2-Hydroxymidazolam||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91426||Udt 2 Hyd||90530 2-Hydroxymidazolam Udt 2 Hyd|
|90249||30039 - ALPHA-1,3-GALACTOSE IgE||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91427||ALPHA_GAL IgE_SR||90249 30039 - ALPHA-1,3-GALACTOSE IgE ALPHA_GAL IgE_SR|
|9871||5' Nucleotidase||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91428||5' Nucleotidase_LC||9871 5' Nucleotidase 5' Nucleotidase_LC|
CBC With Differential
Alternate Name: Complete Blood Count
| Blood count
Turn Around Time:
Automated cell counter with mixed technologies and microscopic review (where warranted).
Whole Blood EDTA
Hemolysis; clotted specimen; specimen drawn in any anticoagulant other than EDTA; specimen diluted or contaminated with IV fluid; tube not filled with minimum volume (1.5mL for a regular lavender tube, FULL for a pediatric tube); improper labeling.
The CBC or Complete Blood Count test is one of the most commonly ordered laboratory tests. This test is a profile that is designed to check for many different medical conditions. This test may be used as a screening test as well as a diagnostic test. The test is designed to check for the three major types of blood cells: Red blood cells (RBC) or erythrocytes, white blood cells (WBC) or leukocytes and platelets or thrombocytes. The test will also perform an automated differential to differentiate the different cells within each category. In some cases, and where warranted a manual differential count will be performed where the hematologist will make a thin-smear slide of the patients' blood and confirm or adjust the automated findings. Obvious blood parasites such as malaria and babesia may also be noted during this exam, but if you suspect a patient to have a blood parasite, please order SAL# 1070.
This test is very useful as a screening test to evaluate overall health; detect and/or identify a wide range of hematologic disorders; assist in managing medications/chemotherapeutic decisions.
Collect patient samples using standard phlebotomy techniques. Click here for additional collection instructions.
|Basophils, Abs||-||Basophils%||704-7||Eosinophils, Abs||26450-7||Eosinophils%||711-2||Hematocrit||4544-3||Hemoglobin||718-7||Lymphocytes, Abs||-||Lymphocytes%||731-0||MCH||-||MCHC||-||MCV||787-4||Monocytes, Abs||-||Monocytes%||742-7||MPV||32623-1||Neutrophils, Abs (ANC)||21418-9||Neutrophils%||751-8||Nucleated RBCs (nRBCs) %||-||Nucleated RBCs (nRBCs), Abs||-||Platelets||777-3||RDW-CV||788-0||RDW-SD||-||Red Blood Count||789-8||White Blood Count||6690-2|