Comprehensive Health Profile (Annual Physical Lab Test) The Comprehensive Health Profile - is a panel of 5 tests that are typically ordered by physicians when a patient has an annual physical. The Comprehensive Health Profile consist of CBC (Complete Blood Count), CMP (Comprehensive Metabolic Panel), Lipid Panel (Cholesterol Test), TSH (Thyroid Test), and Complete Urinalysis. $149.00
Diabetes Testing Glucose - must be done in a fasting state. Should stop eating and drinking by midnight in order to have this test the next morning. This test measures the amount of sugar in the body to see if you are at risk of diabetes. $45.00.
Hemoglobin A1C Is used to monitor the overall sugar control of a diabetic over the course of several months can also be used for early detection of diabetes. $45.00.
Celiac Disease Panel - assist in differentiating celiac disease from irritable bowel syndrome. Enables early detection of gluten sensitivity, and useful in monitoring adherence to gluten-free diet. $249.00
Heart Disease Testing
Cardio CRP - determines relative risk of first cardiovascular event in asymptomatic individuals. $99.00 Homocysteine Cardiovascular assess cardiovascular risk. $79.00
LDL Cholesterol Direct Assess cardiovascular disease risk and monitor therapy when triglycerides level is greater than 400 mg/dL. $59.00
Bun/Creatinine Test to see if your kidneys are working normally. See if your kidney disease is getting worse. See if treatment of your kidney disease is working. See if severe dehydration is present. Dehydration generally causes BUN levels to rise more than creatinine levels. This causes a high BUN-to-creatinine ratio. Kidney disease or blockage of the flow of urine from your kidney causes both BUN and creatinine levels to go up. $45.00
Renal Function Panel Evaluates albumin, calcium, carbon dioxide, chloride, creatinine, glucose, Phosphate, Potassium, Sodium, Urea Nitrogen, BUN/Creatinine Ratio and calculated Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate. $45.00
Microalbumin Microalbumin urine test is done to check for protein (albumin) in the urine. Early detection may change treatment in an effort to preserve as much kidney function as possible. $49.00
Liver Disease Tests
Alkaline Phosphatase - test for alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is done to check for liver disease or damage to the liver. Symptoms of liver disease can include jaundice, belly pain, nausea, and vomiting. An ALP test may also be used to check the liver when medicines that can damage the liver are taken. Check bone problems (sometimes found on X-rays), such as rickets, osteomalacia, bone tumors, Paget's disease, or too much of the hormone that controls bone growth (parathyroid hormone). The ALP level can be used to check how well treatment for Paget's disease is working. Check the cause of a high blood calcium level. $49.00
ANA (Antinuclear Antibodies) - an antinuclear antibodies (ANA) test is done to help identify problems with the immune system, such as: Rheumatoid arthritis, Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), Polymyositis, Scleroderma, Sjögren's syndrome. $110.00
Bilirubin, Direct The bilirubin test is used to check liver function and watch for signs of liver disease, such as hepatitis or cirrhosis, or the effects of medicines that can damage the liver. Find out if something is blocking the bile ducts. This may occur if gallstones, tumors of the pancreas, or other conditions are present. Diagnose conditions that cause increased destruction of red blood cells, such as hemolytic anemia or hemolytic disease of the newborn. Help make decisions about whether newborn babies with neonatal jaundice need treatment. These babies may need treatment with special lights, called phototherapy. In rare cases, blood transfusions may be needed. $49.00
Bilirubin, Total The bilirubin test is used to check liver function and watch for signs of liver disease, such as hepatitis or cirrhosis, or the effects of medicines that can damage the liver. Find out if something is blocking the bile ducts. This may occur if gallstones, tumors of the pancreas, or other conditions are present. Diagnose conditions that cause increased destruction of red blood cells, such as hemolytic anemia or hemolytic disease of the newborn. Help make decisions about whether newborn babies with neonatal jaundice need treatment. These babies may need treatment with special lights, called phototherapy. In rare cases, blood transfusions may be needed. A liver (hepatic) function panel is a blood test to check how well the liver is working. This test measures the blood levels of total protein, albumin, bilirubin, and liver enzymes. High or low levels may mean that liver damage or disease is present. $49.00
Hepatic Function Panel The liver serves several important functions in the body, including changing nutrients into energy for the body and breaking down toxic substances. Your doctor may order a liver function panel if you have symptoms of liver disease. These symptoms include fever, vomiting, abdominal pain, yellowing of your eyes or skin (jaundice), dark yellow urine, and feeling very tired. This blood test also may be done if you have recently been exposed to a hepatitis virus or are taking a medicine that may cause liver damage. $79.00
Thyroid (TSH) Find out whether the thyroid gland is working properly. An underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism) can cause symptoms such as weight gain, tiredness, dry skin, constipation, a feeling of being too cold, or frequent menstrual periods. An overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism) can cause symptoms such as weight loss, rapid heart rate, nervousness, diarrhea, a feeling of being too hot, or irregular menstrual periods. Find the cause of an underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism). TSH levels can help determine whether hypothyroidism is due to a damaged thyroid gland or some other cause (such as a problem with the pituitary gland or the hypothalamus). Keep track of treatment with thyroid replacement medicine for people who have hypothyroidism. Keep track of thyroid gland function in people who are being treated for hyperthyroidism. This treatment may include antithyroid medicine, surgery, or radiation therapy. Double-check the diagnosis of an underactive thyroid gland in a newborn (congenital hypothyroidism). $49.00
Vitamin B12 Test to check for vitamin B12 deficiency anemia. People with who had stomach or intestinal surgery, small intestine problems, or people with a family history of this anemia may be at risk for Vitamin B12 deficiency. $79.00
Vitamin D25 Hydroxy Tests for intestinal malabsorption and vitamin D deficiency or intoxication. People who present with nonspecific musculoskeletal pain, suspected toxicity those with anemia, and other vitamin D related disorders can benefit from this test. $59.00
Mono Screen Mononucleosis tests are blood tests to look for antibodies that indicate mononucleosis (mono), which is caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). The antibodies are made by the immune system to fight an infection. This quick screening test detects a type of antibody (heterophil antibody) that forms during certain infections. A sample of blood is placed on a microscope slide and mixed with other substances. If heterophil antibodies are present, the blood clumps (agglutinates). This result usually indicates a mono infection. Monospot testing can usually detect antibodies 2 to 9 weeks after a person is infected. It generally is not used to diagnose mono that started more than 6 months each. $79.00
UA ( Routine Urinalysis) A urine test checks different components of urine, a waste product made by the kidneys. A regular urine test may be done to help find the cause of symptoms. The test can give information about your health and problems you may have. The kidneys take out waste material, minerals, fluids, and other substances from the blood to be passed in the urine. Urine has hundreds of different body wastes. What you eat, drink, how much you exercise, and how well your kidneys work can affect what is in your urine. $39.00
Urine Culture A urine culture is a test to find and identify germs (usually bacteria) that may be causing a urinary tract infection (UTI). Urine in the bladder normally is sterile-it does not contain any bacteria or other organisms (such as fungi). But bacteria can enter the urethra during urination. A urine sample is kept under conditions that allow bacteria and other organisms to grow. If few organisms grow, the test is negative. If organisms grow in numbers large enough to indicate an infection, the culture is positive. The type of organisms causing the infection are identified with a microscope or by chemical tests. Urinary tract infections are more common in women and girls than in men. This may be partly because the female urethra is shorter and closer to the anus, which allows bacteria from the intestines to come into contact more easily with the urethra. (See an illustration of the female urinary tract.) Men also have an antibacterial substance in their prostate gland that reduces their risk. If the urine culture is positive, other tests may be done to help choose which antibiotic will do the best job treating the infection. This is called sensitivity testing. $39.00.
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