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Absolute Eosinophil Count

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4.5
NABL, ISO
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Overview
Interpretations

Overview of Absolute Eosinophil Count

What is Absolute Eosinophil Count?

Absolute eosinophil count is increased in allergic or atopic disease, infectious disorders (including parasites), medications, immunologic reactions, skin disorders, pulmonary syndromes, rheumatologic diseases, myeloproliferative neoplasms, and secondary to other malignancies.

Sample Type

The sample type collected for Absolute Eosinophil Count is: Blood

Preparation for Absolute Eosinophil Count

  • No special preparation required

Why Get Tested for Absolute Eosinophil Count?

  1. If you have signs or symptoms that suggest an allergy to one or more substances. Signs and symptoms may include red itchy eyes, coughing, nasal congestion, asthma, dermatitis or abdominal pain 
  2. It is also ordered routinely in parasitic infections
  3. Early stages of Cushing’s disease

What Results of Absolute Eosinophil Count mean?

Interpretations

  • A normal blood sample has less than 350 eosinophil cells/microlitre of blood 
  • High absolute eosinophil count is usually associated with allergic diseases or infections from worms. Some common diseases are asthma, hay fever, eczema




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