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Most Common Blood Tests

  • CBC ( COMPLETE BLOOD COUNTS )
  • FSH TEST (FOLLICLE STIMULATING HORMONE TEST)
  • GHB
  • HBA1C ( GLYCATED HEMOGLOBIN )
  • KIDNEY FUNCTION TEST
  • RENAL FUNCTION TEST
  • KFT ( KIDNEY FUNCTION TEST )
  • LFT ( LIVER FUNCTION TEST )
  • LIVER FUNCTION TEST
  • LH TEST (LEUTINIZING HORMONE Test)
  • LIPID PROFILE TEST
  • LIPID PROFILE
  • LIPID TEST
  • PROLACTIN
  • SERUM CALCIUM
  • CALCIUM TOTAL
  • CALCIUM
  • THYROID TEST (T3, T4, TSH)
  • THYROID PROFILE TEST
  • THYROID FUNCTION TEST
  • URINE CULTURE AND SENSITIVITY
  • URINE ROUTINE EXAMINATION
  • VITAMIN B12
  • VITAMIN D3 TEST
  • VITAMIN D 25 OH
  • VITAMIN D TEST


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What happens during a blood test?


A blood test usually involves taking a blood sample from a blood vessel in your arm. The arm is a convenient part of the body to use because it can be easily uncovered. The usual place for a sample to be taken from is the inside of the elbow or wrist, where the veins are relatively close to the surface.

Blood samples from children are often taken from the back of the hand. Their skin may be numbed with a special spray or cream before the sample is taken.
A tight band (tourniquet) is usually put around your upper arm. This squeezes the arm, temporarily slowing down the flow of blood and causing the vein to swell. This makes it easier for a sample to be taken.
Before taking the sample, the doctor or nurse may clean the area of skin with an antiseptic wipe.

A needle attached to a syringe or special container is inserted into the vein. The syringe is used to draw out a sample of your blood. You may feel a slight pricking or scratching sensation as the needle goes in, but it shouldn't be painful. If you don't like needles and blood, tell the person who is taking the sample so they can make you more comfortable.