High-sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) Test is a blood test that finds lower levels of C-reactive protein (CRP). This protein measures general levels of inflammation in your body.
The hs-CRP can be used to find the risk for heart disease and stroke in people who don't already have heart disease.
IgG Test or Immunoglobulin G Testis used to figure out whether you've been infected by certain kinds of bacteria or virus.
People with an IgG deficiency are at a higher risk of contracting infections.
Insulin Blood Test helps track insulin levels in the blood.
The lack of insulin causes the level of sugar in your blood to become abnormally high, too much sugar in your blood can cause many problems including life-threatening, like diabetes, if not treated.
Insulin Response to Glucose, 3 Specimens - The insulin response to glucose infusion is useful in evaluating patients with low sugar ( glucose) in the blood or hypoglycemia and suspected insulin-resistance.
Iron TIBC and Ferritin Test measures the levels of iron, a key nutrient for energy and healthy skin, hair, and nails.
When iron levels are too low you may experience fatigue, shortness of breath, headaches, hair loss, and other symptoms.
The Total Iron test measures the amount of iron in the blood, while the TIBC test measures the blood’s capacity to carry iron.
LDH Test helps screen for muscle damage, certain inflammatory conditions and other tissue damage.
LDH Test measures the amount of LDH in the blood. Lactic Acid Dehydrogenase or Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH) is a protein that helps produce energy in the body.
Lactose Tolerance, 5 Specimens Test helps diagnose lactose intolerance in individuals who have difficulties digesting dairy products, or sometimes as part of an investigation of malabsorption.
Lead Test measures the level of lead is in your blood.
Lead is a metal that is found in the environment and in many consumer products. Most people have a small amount of lead in their blood from these exposures.
But higher levels of lead can lead to problems such as learning disabilities, behavior problems, and anemia. Very high levels can cause serious problems, such as seizures or a coma.
A luteinizing hormone test measures how much luteinizing hormone a person has in their blood. This is a hormone with key roles in both male and female reproductive systems.
Luteinizing hormone (LH) is involved in many bodily processes, including pregnancy, puberty, and ovulation. LH levels increase or decrease at various points during these cycles.
Lipase Test measures the amount of lipase in the blood. Lipase is an enzyme primarily produced by the pancreas to help digest dietary fats.
When your pancreas is inflamed or injured, it releases more Lipase than usual.
Lipid Panel Test is a blood test that measures fats and fatty substances in your body.
The test is recommended to assess your risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) and to monitor treatment of unhealthy lipid (fats) levels.
Lipoprotein (a) Test measures the level of Lipoprotein (a) in your blood. Lipoproteins are substances made of protein and fat that carry cholesterol through your bloodstream.
Lipoprotein (a) is a type of LDL cholesterol or bad cholesterol..
A high level of Lipoprotein (a) may mean you are at risk for heart disease.
Magnesium Blood Test measures the amount of Magnesium in your blood. Magnesium is a type of electrolyte. Electrolytes are electrically charged minerals that are responsible for many important functions and processes in your body.
Your body needs magnesium to help your muscles, nerves, and heart work properly. Magnesium also helps control blood pressure and blood sugar.
Most of your body's magnesium is in your bones and cells. But a small amount is found in your blood. Magnesium levels in the blood that are too low or too high can be a sign of a serious health problem.
Measles Test checks for Measles ( Rubeola) an infection caused by a virus. It is very contagious, meaning it is easily spread from person to person.
Measles mostly affect children.
Measles can make you feel like you have a bad cold or the flu. It will also cause a flat, red rash. This rash usually starts on your face and spreads all over your body.
Measles testing can help you find out if you or your child has been infected with one of the viruses. It may also help prevent the spread of these diseases in your community.
Microalbumin / Creatinine Ratio is most often used to screen people who are at higher risk for kidney disease. These include people with diabetes or high blood pressure.
Identifying kidney disease at an early stage can help prevent serious complications.
MMR Panel Test looks for antibodies to three diseases: measles, mumps, and rubella. The test can find out whether you are immune to the three diseases. All three are quite contagious.
If you've had them or been vaccinated against them, your immune system made antibodies to fight the viruses that cause them.
Mumps Test is diagnosed based on clinical symptoms, particularly the swelling of the neck and lower face region, which is a trademark of mumps infection.
A simple blood test can detect the antibodies in your blood and can also differentiate whether you are immune to the virus or whether you have an active infection.
Gonorrhea test is recommended for anyone who is sexually active. Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) and it is highly infectious .
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Ova and parasite test looks for parasites and their eggs (ova) in a sample of your stool. A parasite is a tiny plant or animal that gets nutrients by living off another creature.
Parasites can live in your digestive system and cause illness. These are known as intestinal parasites.
Partial Thromboplastin Time test or PTT test measures the time it takes for a blood clot to form.
Normally, when you get a cut or injury that causes bleeding, proteins in your blood called coagulation factors work together to form a blood clot.
The clot stops you from losing too much blood.
This test determines if you are pregnant by confirming the presence of the pregnancy hormone (HCG) in your body.
Pregnenolone Test measures the amount of pregnenolone in the blood in order to help detect rare forms of congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH).
Get tested to help detect and monitor treatment for rare types of genetic conditions that affect production of steroid hormones; some of these are called congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH). In addition, pregnenolone tests may be ordered to help rule out other conditions.
Progesterone Test can help you check on ovulation or possible fertility problems, make sure everything is OK if you're already pregnant, or help find out why you have abnormal bleeding from your uterus.
Some people may call it this test a “serum progesterone” test.
The Prolactin Test measures the level of the Prolactin hormone in your body. Prolactin is important for milk production in women who are breast feeding or pregnant, it is also useful to assess the cause of milk production when not pregnant or breastfeeding.
In men, elevated levels of Prolactin are associated with impotence, decreased libido and erectile dysfunction.
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