RBC

Complete blood count & Blood Differential

Erythrocytes RBC

Red blood cells erythrocytes are the most common type of blood cells in humans. These are responsible, among other things, for transporting oxygen and removing carbon dioxide from the body.

What are Erythrocytes, EPK?

Erythrocytes, also known as red blood cells, are the most common type of blood cell in the human body. They are responsible for carrying oxygen from the lungs to the body's tissues and organs, and they also help to remove carbon dioxide from the body. Erythrocytes are made in the bone marrow, and they have a unique shape that allows them to easily move through the tiny blood vessels in the body. They are typically red in color because they contain a protein called hemoglobin, which binds to oxygen and gives erythrocytes their characteristic color.

Why are erythrocytes analyzed?

Erythrocytes, or red blood cells, play a vital role in the human body, carrying oxygen from the lungs to the body's tissues and organs. As a result, the number and condition of erythrocytes in the blood can provide important information about a person's overall health. For example, a low erythrocyte count can indicate anemia, which can be caused by blood loss, malnutrition, or certain medical conditions. On the other hand, a high erythrocyte count can be a sign of dehydration or other underlying health issues. By analyzing erythrocytes, doctors can diagnose and treat a variety of medical conditions, and they can also monitor the effectiveness of treatments.

What can an increased value of erythrocytes mean?

Erythrocytes are normally present in the blood at a specific level, and this level can vary slightly from person to person. If the level of erythrocytes in the blood is higher than normal, it is known as erythrocytosis. This condition can be caused by a number of different factors, including living at high altitudes, chronic lung disease, and certain medications. In some cases, erythrocytosis can be a sign of a more serious underlying condition, such as heart disease or cancer. In general, having high levels of erythrocytes can make the blood thicker and more viscous, which can increase the risk of blood clots and other complications. It is important to speak with a doctor if you have any concerns about your erythrocyte levels.

What can a low value of erythrocytes mean (RBC)?

A low erythrocyte count, also known as anemia, occurs when the number of red blood cells in the blood is lower than normal. This can happen for a number of reasons, including blood loss, malnutrition, and certain medical conditions. A low erythrocyte count can cause a variety of symptoms, such as fatigue, weakness, and shortness of breath. In severe cases, anemia can lead to heart problems and other complications. If you think you may have anemia, it is important to speak with a doctor who can determine the cause and recommend a treatment plan.

Symptoms of anemia

Anemia is a condition in which the number of red blood cells in the blood is lower than normal. Symptoms of anemia can include:

  • Fatigue and weakness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Dizziness
  • Palpitation
  • Drop in blood pressure
  • Slimming
  • Fainting
  • Tongue burning
  • Restless legs
  • Headache

These symptoms can vary depending on the cause and severity of the anemia. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to speak with a doctor.

Tests containing the marker Erythrocytes RBC

Complete blood count

Complete blood count


RBC
  • Measuring your EPK value (Erythrocytes).
  • Analysis of your red blood cells.
  • Gives you insight into your blood status.

29 kr


Fertility test
Fertility & Pregnancy

Fertility test

  • Fertility test adapted for women.
  • Analyzes important fertility hormones and health markers.
  • Gives insight into egg reserve and menstrual cycle.

1 195 kr

Health checks

Health checks


CBC Test
Complete blood count and B cells test

CBC Test

  • Health check that measures your blood status.
  • Analysis of blood cells that affect your general health.
  • Gives you the conditions to optimize your health.
  • Indication of possible diseases.

159 kr

Depression plus
Health check Depression Plus

Depression plus

  • Health check for those who feel down or depressed.
  • Analysis of markers that affect your energy and hormones.
  • Gives you the conditions to feel better.

995 kr

Heart and vascular test
  • Get insight into your cardiovascular health.
  • Indication of cardiovascular disease.
  • Gives you the conditions to optimize your health.

369 kr

Woman
Health check - Female

Woman

  • Health check designed for women.
  • Includes a total of 48 health markers.
  • Gives you information about your overall health.
  • Can identify early signs of health problems.

1 750 kr

Man
Health check - Man

Man

  • Health check designed for you as a man
  • Includes a total of 45 health markers
  • Gives you knowledge about your general state of health
  • Can identify early signs of health problems

1 750 kr

Health check - Rheumatism
  • Measuring antibody levels linked to joint pain
  • Indication for joint rheumatism
  • Analyzes blood status and inflammation values
  • The analysis is used in the diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis

1 095 kr

-7%
Health check Large
  • Health check - Large.
  • Analysis of 52 health markers.
  • Helps you identify outliers.

1 950 kr1 795 kr

-17%
Health check man plus
Comprehensive health check

Health check man plus

  • Comprehensive health check for men.
  • Includes 65 different health tests.
  • Provides insight into your health data.
  • 10 different health areas.

4 595 kr3 795 kr

Iron deficiency
Iron deficiency test

Iron deficiency

  • Measures your iron value and your iron depot.
  • Analysis of iron and ferritin.
  • Analysis of your blood status is included.
  • The test identifies any iron deficiency.

349 kr

-17%
Woman Plus
Max health check

Woman Plus

  • Extended health screening for women.
  • 65 different health tests are included.
  • Several markers of hormonal balance.

4 595 kr3 795 kr

Standard
Ordinary health check

Standard

  • Analysis of markers that affect the liver and kidneys.
  • Analysis of markers that affect the heart and blood vessels.
  • Control of the risk of possible diabetes.

795 kr

Sport
Sport performance health check

Sport

  • Health check for those who exercise actively.
  • Analysis of markers that affect your performance.
  • Gives you the conditions to optimize your health.

1 995 kr

Testosterone Plus
Health check Testosterone plus

Testosterone Plus

  • Health check that gives an insight into your testosterone production
  • Analysis of markers that affect reduced muscle mass, feelings of pleasure and fatigue.
  • Gives you better conditions to optimize your health.

1 095 kr

Vitamin and Mineral
vitamins and minerals health check

Vitamin and Mineral

  • Health check that measures your vitamin and mineral levels.
  • Analysis of markers affecting depression and fatigue.
  • Gives you the conditions to optimize your health.

1 295 kr

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