Full Blood Count Home Test Kit
Convenient Self Sampling With Professional Clinical Testing
Dr. Kate Bishop
Chief Scientific Officer
"All testing is conducted by healthcare professionals in a medically-led laboratory. Accredited lab testing is the best way to be confident that your test results are accurate. Get tested now for complete reassurance."
Measure your general blood & immune health and ability to fight viral & bacterial infection with a fingerprick blood home test kit.
Results delivered online, typically within 24 hours. Get rapid reassurance from an accredited clinical laboratory.
Discreet & convenient home testing. Confidentiality & privacy is guaranteed.
This Full Blood Count Test Includes:
- Gentle Fingerprick Blood Testing Kit
- FREE Post & Packaging
- Results Usually Within 24 Hours
- Accredited Laboratory Testing By Clinical Professionals
- Personalised Report With Detailed Guidance In Your Online Dashboard
- The Same Accuracy & Quality As Your G.P. Or Hospital
This Test Accurately Measures These Biomarkers:
- Your results are charted and clearly compared against normal ranges.
- Your report is personalised and each result and any abnormal findings are detailed in plain English.
- Subscribe for discounted testing & measure your biomarkers over time.
How Full Blood Count Testing Works: It's Simple
Our Full Blood Count home blood test kit checks multiple elements of your blood.
Red blood cells, platelets and plasma are the main components, responsible for carrying nutrients, oxygen and wound clotting ability throughout your body.
Your white blood cells are also measured to assess your ability to maintain a healthy immune system and fight viral & bacterial infection.
Measure your general blood & immune health and ability to fight viral & bacterial infection using a home fingerprick blood test kit.
You get the convenience of home testing with the reassurance of professional clinical analysis. Your results are delivered quickly & securely online.
This Full Blood Count Test is advised if you:
- have symptoms of anemia (often including fatigue, paleness, difficulty exercising);
- think you may have a bacterial or viral infection;
- want to check the general health of your blood;
- want the convenience of home testing without waiting for a GP appointment;
- need a high quality, clinically accredited test done in a professional clinical laboratory.
Excellent service! Very quick results and really clear report would definitely recommend VitallAndreu - London
Less hassle than going to the doctor Results were ready online in a few days, I got email updates all along and customer support was really helpful.Claire - Plymouth
Using a Gentle Fingerprick Blood Sample, This Full Blood Count Test Measures:
Basophils are a white blood cell responsible for allergic responses and fighting infections.
They should make up about 1% or less of your total white blood cell count.
Also know as a peripheral blood smear, this test is included when other results are significantly abnormal.
A single drop of your blood is spread in a thin layer on a glass slide for inspection by microscope.
Visual inspection by a medical scientist or haematologist is done to look for abnormal or immature cells.
Eosinophils are a white blood cell responsible for allergic responses and fighting infections.
They should make up about 1 - 3% of your total white blood cell count.
White blood cells, red blood cells, platelets and plasma are the main components of your blood, responsible for carrying nutrients, oxygen and immunity throughout your body.
White blood cells help maintain a healthy immune system, while red blood cells carry oxygen and distribute it to your tissues.
Your haematocrit measures how much of your blood is made up of cells and is expressed as a percentage.
Nearly all of the cells in your blood are red blood cells (RBCs).
Haemoglobin is a protein found in the red blood cells, which are the most abundant cells in your blood. Haemoglobin carries oxygen from your lungs to the cells of your body, so it is a good indicator for your blood's ability to carry oxygen and deliver it to your tissues.
Lymphocytes should make up approximately 25% of your total white blood cell count.
They exist in two main forms: B cells and T cells, the numbers of which increases in the presence of infection.
The Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin (MCH) test determines the average quantity of haemoglobin per red blood cell.
Haemoglobin is essential for carrying oxygen from your lungs to the tissues of your body.
Haemoglobin is a protein inside your red blood cells (RBCs) and is responsible for carrying oxygen throughout your body.
The Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin Concentration (MCHC) tests measures the average concentration of haemoglobin within RBCs.
Mean corpuscular volume (MCV) testing measures red blood cell average volume.
Red blood cells are essential for the transport of gases to and your lungs.
Platelets are small particles in your blood which help your body form clots to prevent bleeding. The mean platelet volume (MPV) test measures their average size and is closely related to the platelet count.
Monocytes are a type of white blood cell that dispose of foreign particles and bacteria.
They should make up about 5 - 10% of your white blood cells.
Neutrophils are a white blood cell that disposes of foreign particles and bacteria. Normally neutrophils are the highest concentration of white blood cells at up to 60%.
During an immune response, neutrophils rapidly travel to the site of infection.
A platelet count that your platelets - tiny particles responsible for wound clotting - are present in normal quantities.
Platelets are vital for ensuring correct blood clotting (coagulation) following injury by helping to seal blood vessels.
Your red blood cell count quantifies the number of red blood cells in your blood.
Red blood cells are responsible for carrying oxygen from the lungs and distributing it to the tissues and organs throughout your body.
Red blood cell distribution width (RCDW) tests the amount of variation in the volume of your red blood cells.
This is closely related to the Red Cell Count.
A White Cell Count (WBC) test indicates the number of white blood cells in your blood.
White blood cells protect your body from infection and assist in your immune response.
The blood contains five main groups of white blood cells. These are neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils and basophils. Results for each of these cell types are also detailed separately.