The Aldosterone test measures the levels of Aldosterone in the body.
If you're taking a blood thinner like Coumadin, this test helps your healthcare provider regularly monitor your treatment.
Testing for Apolipoprotein B which is the major protein component of low density lipids (LDL cholesterol).
The Brain natriuretic peptide is secreted by the heart’s ventricles as a response to elevated blood pressure in case of a congestive heart failure (CHF). Thus it is tested to confirm a CHF diagnosis.
If you're taking medications to lower your cholesterol, this tests for your risks for potentially dangerous side-effects.
This panel targets the heart to assess the risk for heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases by ultrasensitive tests that measure lipid levels and their sub-fractions.
A comprehensive look at your risk for heart attacks and stroke
C-reactive protein is used as an indicator for a wide range of disorders like inflammatory disease, autoimmune disorders, and chronic infections.
Testing for C-reactive protein qhich is used as an acute indicator for a wide range of disorders like inflammatory disease, autoimmune disorders…
To find out if you have had a heart attack and if other muscles in your body have been damaged
The Healthy Heart Lipid profile are tests to measure all types of lipids found in the blood
Homocysteine is an amino acid whose elevated serum levels may indicate a higher risk for stroke or heart attack, vitamin B12/foalte deficiency.
Testing lactic acid dehydrogenase which is an enzyme whose levels are elevated in case of any tissue damage/ injury.
Lipid panel includes tests for cholesterol, triglycerides and other fats in the serum.
A test for cholesterol and triglyceride levels is recommended once a year for diabetics and prediabetics.
Lipoprotein (a) is a subfraction of lipids present in serum. Elevated levels point to increased risk of cardiovascular disease
Testing for Lipoprotein-associated Phospholipase A2 which is an enzyme found in human blood. It plays an important role in the development of atherosclerosis.
Magnesium deficiency may cause heart rhythm disorders, involuntary muscle movements, convulsions and weakness. High magnesium levels are seen in patients with renal failure, patients taking magnesium-based antacids and other drugs causing excessive sleepiness and heart block.
To determine whether muscle, particularly heart muscle, has been injured
This comprehensive panel evaluates numerous fractions of lipids, liporotein subfractions etc to assess risk for a heart attack/stroke or peripheral vascular disease.
Prothrombin Time (Protime) and International Normalized Ratio (PT/INR)
This test is used for evaluation of the extrinsic coagulation (clotting) system; it aids in screening for congenital and acquired deficiencies of factors II, V, VII, X, and fibrinogen.
Disclaimer: Tests cannot be conducted at lab locations in Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
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