Interpreting a Full Blood Count

This resource, composed of 10 clinical cases, assesses your knowledge, understanding and interpretation of the full blood count. On successful completion of this resource, you'll be presented with a certificate for one hour of CPD.

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Resource Introduction

A full blood count is one of the most commonly requested tests in primary care and provides a considerable amount of diagnostic information, therefore correct interpretatios are crucial in many conditions. In this module, we present a number of common scenarios requiring interpretation of the full blood count. This resource is composed of 10 self assessment questions, and on successful completion of this resource, you will be presented with a certificate of one hour of CPD for inclusion in your annual learning journal.

Aims and Objectives

On successful completion of this resource, you should have a greater understanding of:

  • How to interpret common abnormalities noted on a full blood count
  • The various components presented in a full blood count
  • Normal and abnormal results