What is the full form of CBC
CBC: Complete Blood Count
CBC stands for Complete Blood Count. It refers to a common blood test that is performed to diagnose different medical conditions such as anemia, infection, dengue, malaria, etc. In this test, a trained person like a paramedic or lab technician usually takes blood from a vein that is visible from the skin, e.g. a vein on the back of the hand or inner angle of the elbow.
CBC analyzes and measures the all major components of the blood like red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, hemoglobin etc. It shows the increase or decrease in the count of blood cell components. Typically, a CBC provides the following information:
CBC helps detect various disorders, some of which are as follows: