Coombs Test Cost

(Direct Coombs Test) ==> DCT detects immunoglo-bulin antibodies and/or complement (C3) on patient’s RBC membrane (e.g. AIHA, HDN, transfusion reactions). False positive result may occur in Multiple Myeloma & Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia.

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Coombs Test Cost in Various Indian Cities
We have Coombs Test price information in 97 cities.
CityAverage PriceStarting PricePrice Upto
AgraRs. 343.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 675.00
AhmedabadRs. 358.00Rs. 130.00Rs. 700.00
AhmednagarRs. 420.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 650.00
AllahabadRs. 424.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 900.00
AmritsarRs. 365.00Rs. 300.00Rs. 450.00
AurangabadRs. 296.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 550.00
BangaloreRs. 464.00Rs. 70.00Rs. 3200.00
BardhamanRs. 265.00Rs. 50.00Rs. 600.00
BelgaumRs. 266.00Rs. 170.00Rs. 500.00
BhagalpurRs. 330.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 500.00
BharuchRs. 294.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 400.00
BhavnagarRs. 242.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 350.00
BhilaiRs. 342.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 450.00
BhopalRs. 397.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 600.00
BhubaneswarRs. 585.00Rs. 300.00Rs. 1020.00
BikanerRs. 339.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 550.00
ChandigarhRs. 403.00Rs. 120.00Rs. 1100.00
ChennaiRs. 413.00Rs. 125.00Rs. 1750.00
CoimbatoreRs. 339.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 700.00
CuttackRs. 518.00Rs. 80.00Rs. 1500.00
DhanbadRs. 225.00Rs. 190.00Rs. 350.00
ErnakulamRs. 277.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 500.00
FaridabadRs. 484.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 725.00
GandhinagarRs. 375.00Rs. 300.00Rs. 400.00
GhaziabadRs. 372.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 525.00
GorakhpurRs. 357.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 480.00
GunturRs. 350.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 600.00
GurgaonRs. 390.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 650.00
GuwahatiRs. 545.00Rs. 350.00Rs. 750.00
GwaliorRs. 473.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 1000.00
HaridwarRs. 373.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 450.00
HooghlyRs. 332.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 600.00
HowrahRs. 354.00Rs. 80.00Rs. 700.00
HyderabadRs. 391.00Rs. 90.00Rs. 1000.00
IndoreRs. 411.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 900.00
JaipurRs. 381.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 800.00
JalandharRs. 486.00Rs. 350.00Rs. 750.00
JamnagarRs. 271.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 400.00
JamshedpurRs. 268.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 410.00
JodhpurRs. 377.00Rs. 120.00Rs. 900.00
JunagadhRs. 322.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 550.00
KanpurRs. 344.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 900.00
KochiRs. 274.00Rs. 130.00Rs. 600.00
KolhapurRs. 355.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 500.00
KolkataRs. 397.00Rs. 70.00Rs. 1200.00
KotaRs. 430.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 850.00
LucknowRs. 422.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 750.00
LudhianaRs. 531.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 900.00
MaduraiRs. 428.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 950.00
MangaloreRs. 314.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 600.00
MeerutRs. 355.00Rs. 120.00Rs. 550.00
MehsanaRs. 330.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 400.00
MohaliRs. 407.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 900.00
MumbaiRs. 517.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 2160.00
MysoreRs. 487.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 800.00
NadiaRs. 247.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 300.00
NagpurRs. 379.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 500.00
NalgondaRs. 390.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 600.00
NashikRs. 321.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 600.00
Navi MumbaiRs. 491.00Rs. 240.00Rs. 750.00
NavsariRs. 279.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 360.00
DelhiRs. 430.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 1900.00
NoidaRs. 495.00Rs. 300.00Rs. 700.00
PanchkulaRs. 227.00Rs. 120.00Rs. 400.00
PanjimRs. 480.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 748.00
PatialaRs. 217.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 250.00
PatnaRs. 469.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 1000.00
PondicherryRs. 367.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 500.00
PuneRs. 405.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 1200.00
RaipurRs. 440.00Rs. 400.00Rs. 480.00
RajkotRs. 531.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 950.00
RanchiRs. 434.00Rs. 225.00Rs. 600.00
SalemRs. 413.00Rs. 180.00Rs. 1350.00
SecunderabadRs. 364.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 700.00
SiliguriRs. 434.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 950.00
SolapurRs. 435.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 1000.00
SrinagarRs. 273.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 480.00
SuratRs. 324.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 450.00
ThaneRs. 552.00Rs. 250.00Rs. 1000.00
ThiruvananthapuramRs. 358.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 1000.00
TirupatiRs. 401.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 700.00
UdaipurRs. 318.00Rs. 275.00Rs. 400.00
VadodaraRs. 370.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 600.00
ValsadRs. 179.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 250.00
VaranasiRs. 415.00Rs. 200.00Rs. 850.00
VelloreRs. 340.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 500.00
VijayawadaRs. 676.00Rs. 100.00Rs. 1000.00
VisakhapatnamRs. 412.00Rs. 150.00Rs. 600.00


Coombs Test FAQs
Q: What is the purpose of antibody test (Coombs)?
A: To diagnose specific anemia called 'hemolytic anemia' caused by immune system's unnecessary or mistakenly produced antibodies which attack the red blood cells.
Q: What are antibodies?
A: These are proteins produced by the immune system if it detects invading foreign substances capable of potentially harming the body.
Q: How many types of Coombs test exist?
A: Two. The direct Coombs test is ordered to identify antibodies connected to the surface of red blood cells while the indirect Coombs test helps to detect unattached antibodies present in the bloodstream.
Q: What conditions could produce abnormal antibodies?
A: Erythroblastosis fetalis, infectious mononucleosis, Rh sensitization, systemic lupus erythematosus, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, syphilis, and blood transfusion reaction.
Q: Who is the inventor of Coombs test?
A: Dr. Robin Coombs.
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