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Absolute Eosinophil Count Test

Absolute Eosinophil Count
₹ 200

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EDTA

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

The Absolute Eosinophil Count Test is a blood test that measures the number of eosinophils in your blood. Eosinophils are a type of white blood cell that helps fight infection and inflammation.

There are a variety of diseases that can be diagnosed with an absolute eosinophil count test. Some of the more common ones include:

• Allergies: Allergies are one of the most common reasons why someone might get an absolute eosinophil count test. If you have allergies, your body produces more eosinophils in order to fight off the allergen.

• Asthma: Asthma is another condition that is often diagnosed with an absolute eosinophil count test. When you have asthma, your airways constrict and become inflamed. This can cause difficulty breathing and other symptoms.

• Blood disorders: There are a number of blood disorders that can be diagnosed with an absolute eosinophil count test. These include leukemia and lymphoma.

• Skin conditions: There are also a number of skin conditions that can be diagnosed with an absolute eosinophil count test. These include eczema and psoriasis.

The Absolute Eosinophil Count Test should be taken when:

-You have symptoms of an allergic reaction, such as hives, wheezing, or difficulty breathing.

-Your doctor suspects you may have a condition that is associated with eosinophils, such as allergies, asthma, or certain types of cancer.

-You are being treated for a condition that may be associated with eosinophils and your doctor wants to monitor your treatment.

The normal range of the Absolute Eosinophil Count Test is less than 500 cells per microliter (cells/mcL).

  • First, avoid any known triggers of eosinophils, such as allergies and certain medications.
  • Second, take steps to reduce stress and improve your overall health.
  • And third, talk to your doctor about medications or other treatments that may be helpful in lowering your eosinophil count.

Yes, the Absolute Eosinophil Count Test is safe. There is no risk of radiation exposure with this test.

Before having an absolute eosinophil count (AEC) test, there are no specific precautions that need to be taken. However, as with all medical procedures, it is always important to inform your doctor or healthcare provider of any allergies or medical conditions you may have. You should also let them know if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.

No, fasting is not required for the Absolute Eosinophil Count (AEC) test.

Yes, home sample collection is available for the Absolute Eosinophil Count Test. One can opt for home collection while booking a test through Max Lab.

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