White Blood Cell Count[1]

White Blood Cell Count[1]

White Blood Cell Count[1]

The WBC (white blood cell) count is a measure of the body's ability to fight infection. A normal WBC level can be interpreted as a sign that the first line of defence against invasion by bacteria or other disease causing organisms is intact and functioning. Moderately elevated white cell counts are a sign of acute infection, while very high counts of abnormal white cells are encountered with leukaemia (a relatively rare form of blood cancer).

Included in all levels of health screening.


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Choosing a health screen on-line can be a difficult decision, but it is also an important one. We make the choice easy for you by arranging for a Blue Horizon approved Registered Nurse to visit you at home or at your workplace. Conducting only Clinically validated tests our nurse will take all the blood and measurements necessary for one of our Doctors to issue you with an extremely comprehensive 25 page health report sent by special delivery to you within 7 days of your nurse attending.

 

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