The Hilab Complete Blood Count (CBC) result is attained in up to 30 minutes

A point-of-care test performed with gold standard method

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A transformative experience
for the patient

  • A few drops of blood;
  • Result release within minutes;
  • AI double-checked analysis;
  • Digital Microscopy (Gold Standard).

How does the Hilab CBC work?

We use microscopy to determine hematological parameters (RBC, WBC, and platelet series) in blood samples collected by fingerprick. For this purpose, we only require a few drops of blood (90 μL).

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Hilab Lens

Counts the number of blood cells by microscopy.

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Identifies and pre-labels cells for specialist analysis.

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When is a CBC ordered?

The complete blood count (CBC) is a blood test used to evaluate the concentration of various blood components, including red blood cells (RBC), white blood cells (WBC), and platelets.

Through it, the doctor can diagnose various diseases and assess the clinical condition of illnesses that affect the blood, such as anemias, inflammations, infections, and certain chronic diseases.

Technical specifications

Detected analytes: Red blood cells (millions/mm³); Hematocrit (%); Hemoglobin (g/dL); Mean corpuscular volume, also called MCV (fL); Mean corpuscular hemoglobin, also called MCH (pg); White blood cells (WBC) count (/mm³); Neutrophils (% and /mm³); Lymphocytes (% and /mm³); Monocytes (% and /mm³); Eosinophils/Basophils (% and /mm³); Platelets (/mm³).

Qualitative parameters: Morphological and spectrophotometry analysis

Method: Digital Microscopy (Gold Standard)
Sample: Whole Blood
Total Time to Report: Up to 30 minutes
Specificity: >98%
Sensitivity: >98%
Accuracy: >98%
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CBC example

Getting ready for a CBC

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It’s necessary to present an official photo identification document.

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Fasting is not required.

What do the results of Hilab CBC mean?

The report for Hilab CBC test is shown in the image below:

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  • The levels of your test are in the "RESULT" column;
  • The reference values are in the "REFERENCE RANGE" column;
  • Levels in the green part of the scale indicate results within the reference range;
  • Levels in the red part of the scale indicate results outside the reference range.
  • Important: The report should be interpreted by a physician, who should consider factors such as symptoms and additional tests to provide a diagnosis.

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