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The most common cause anaemia is low levels of iron in the body. This type of anaemia is called iron-deficiency anaemia. Your body needs a certain amount of iron to make haemoglobin, the substances that moves oxygen throughout your body, having anaemia can make you feel tired and weak.

Anaemia Related Blood Tests

1) Iron Studies

  • Iron, Serum

  • TIBC

  • Transferric Saturation

2) Folic Acid

3) Complete Hemogram

  • Haemoglobin (Hb%)

  • MCH

  • MCHC

  • MCV

  • Mean Platelet Value (MPV)

  • PCV Haematocrits

  • PDW - Platelet Distribution Width

  • Platelet Count (Thrombocyte Count)

  • WBC - White Blood Cells Count

  • RDW – Red Cell Distribution Width

  • Neutrophils

  • Eosinophils

  • Lymphocytes

  • Monocytes

  • Basophils

  • RDW – CV

4) Vitamin B12

5) Ferritin

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