Thalassemia Profile

45 Tests | Rs 1350 | Blood Tests Only | Fasting Not Needed | Reports In 36 Hours
Powered By Redcliffelabs CBC, Iron Studies, Hemoglobin Electrophoresis
  1. Complete Blood Count (CBC) (26)
    1. Absolute Basophils Count, Blood
    2. Absolute Eosinophil Count, Blood
    3. Absolute Lymphocyte Count, Blood
    4. Absolute Monocyte Count, Blood
    5. Absolute Neutrophil Count, Blood
    6. Basophils
    7. Eosinophils
    8. Hemoglobin Hb
    9. Lymphocytes
    10. MCH
    11. MCHC
    12. MCV
    14. Monocytes
    15. MPV Mean Platelet Volume
    16. Neutrophils
    17. PCT
    18. PCV Haematocrit
    19. PDW Platelet Distribution Width
    20. Platelet Count Thrombocyte count
    21. P – LCC
    22. P – LCR
    23. RBC Count
    24. RDW-CV
    25. RDW (Red Cell Distribution Width)
    26. WBC-Total Counts Leucocytes
  2. Hemoglobin Variant (Hb Electrophoresis) (15)
    1. Foetal Haemoglobin (HbF)
    2. Haemoglobin A0 (HB A0)
    3. Haemoglobin A2 (HbA2)
    4. Haemoglobin C (HbC)
    5. Haemoglobin D (HbD)
    6. Haemoglobin E (HbE)
    7. Haemoglobin S (HbS)
    8. Hemoglobin Hb
    9. MCH
    10. MCHC
    11. MCV
    12. PCV Haematocrit
    13. RBC Count
    14. RDW-CV
    15. RDW-SD
  3. Iron Studies (4)
    1. Iron, Serum
    2. TIBC
    3. Transferrin Saturation
    4. Uibc

The “Thalassemia Profile” offered by Redcliffelabs is a comprehensive set of tests designed to assess and diagnose thalassemia and related blood disorders. The tests are conducted using a blood sample, and fasting is not required before taking the tests. The reports for this package are typically available within 36 hours. Below is a breakdown of the tests included in the package:

Significance of the Thalassemia Profile: The Thalassemia Profile is designed to evaluate the presence of thalassemia and related blood disorders. Thalassemia is a genetic disorder that affects the production of hemoglobin, leading to abnormal red blood cells and anemia. The tests included in this package help in identifying different types of hemoglobin variants and assessing iron levels, which are crucial for diagnosing and managing thalassemia.

If you suspect thalassemia or have a family history of the condition, this profile can provide valuable insights into your hemoglobin and iron levels. It’s important to interpret the results in consultation with a healthcare provider, as they can guide you on appropriate follow-up steps and provide necessary treatment recommendations if needed.