This panel is used for routine follow up survey of your diabetic condition.
This profile evaluates a diabetic condition and related issues including thyroid and kidney function.
Test for a variety of STDs - including HIV - and establish a baseline for your sexual health.
The most accurate determination of pregnancy with a positive or negative result, accepted by most insurance companies and government agencies.
This test will tell you how far along you are in your pregnancy, and can be helpful to determine any abnormality or complications.
The Acid Anhydride Allergy Profile will check whether your body is reacting against acid anhydrides compounds.
This test is used for the detection of antiactin antibodies.
This test is for exposure to hepatitis A, B or C in one easy, preliminary screening.
This test is done to measure the levels of ACTH in the body.
This test is to screen for liver or kidney disease
The test will screen for recent abuse in cases of chronic consumers by detecting metabolites of alcohol in urine.
The Aldosterone test measures the levels of Aldosterone in the body.
This is to test alkaline phosphate levels which can be a sign of liver damage and more…
Testing for allergic reactions caused by grapefruit, lemon, lime, orange and tangerine.
Testing for allergies to codfish, halibut, mackerel, perch, salmon, trout and tuna.
Testing for allergies to apples, banana, grapes, peaches and pears.
Testing for allergic reactions caused by barley, whole grain, corn, oat, rice, rye and wheat.
Testing for allergic reactions caused by lentils, peanuts and soybeans.
Testing for allergic reactions caused by beef, chicken and pork.
Testing for allergic reactions caused by dairy products.
Testing for allergic reactions caused by apples, celery, kiwi and mugwort pollen.
Testing for allergic reactions caused by pollen related allergens.
Testing for allergic reactions caused by specific shellfish.
Testing for allergic reactions caused by specific vegetables.
Testing for allergic reactions caused by various foods.
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Alaska
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Arizona (mountains), Colorado, Idaho (mountains), New Mexico, Utah (mountains), Wyoming
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Central and Eastern Washington, Oregon
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Central California
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania,Vermont
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia
Fire ant stings are common, especially if you spend a lot of time outdoors, and can cause serious, sometimes fatal, allergic reactions.
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Florida (south of Orlando)
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Georgia, Northern Florida, South Carolina
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Hawaii
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee, West Virginia
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Northwest California, Washington, Western Oregon
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Nevada, Southern Idaho
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Oklahoma, Texas
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Puerto Rico
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Southern Arizona (desert area), Southern California (desert area)
The panel tests for allergies to some of the most common allergens specifically found in Southern California (coastal area)
Testing for allergic reactions caused by stinging insects.
Our MiniPanel will test you for basic allergens such as cat hair, dust mites, ragweed, grasses and dog dander.
The Allergen Profile Mold test is used to determine if a patient is allergic to molds (including the common fungi).
The panel tests for allergic reactions to 5 of the most common food products that produce allergies.
Testing for allergic reactions caused by berries.
Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) is used as a tumor marker in males to detect cancers of testes and liver.
The panel tests for elevated Aluminium levels in the blood.
The Amenorrhea profile includes the measurement of the serum level of three hormones; luteinizing hormone (LH), Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), and prolactin.
The test will screen for recent abuse by detecting metabolites in urine.
Serum amylase levels are measured for establishing the diagnosis of acute and chronic inflammation of the pancreas primarily.
Serum amylase and lipase levels are measured for establishing the diagnosis of acute inflammation of the pancreas primarily.
This panel of tests is used to screen for the most common types of anemia (low blood).
This test is used to help monitor and diagnose sarcoidosis.
Anticardiolipin antibodies are found in patients with Antiphospholipid Syndrome.
If you're taking a blood thinner like Coumadin, this test helps your healthcare provider regularly monitor your treatment.
The test detects antibodies called Anti-dsDNA antibodies that the body produces against its own cells.
The test detects antibodies called Anti-RNP antibodies that the body produces against its own cells.
This test evaluates the level of AMH in the blood. AMH is a hormone secreted from the ovarian follicles.
The test detects antibodies called Antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies that our body produces against its own cells.
Antinuclear antibodies are antibodies produced against the body’s own cells.
Antithyroglobulin antibodies are produced by the body against the thyroid cells. Diagnosis of and monitoring treatment of thyroid disorders, goitre, family history of thyroid disorders.
Testing for Apolipoprotein B which is the major protein component of low density lipids (LDL cholesterol).
Testing for Arsenic toxicity.
Testing for Arsenic toxicity. Arsenic commonly causes toxicity due to excess amounts in the drinking water in certain regions worldwide or due to industrial exposure.
The arthritis profile tests for ESR and Rheumatoid Factor that help in diagnosing rheumatoid arthritis and differentiating it from osteoarthritis.
The ASH FibroSURE test is a non-invasive risk stratification for suspected alcoholic liver disease by quantifying liver fibrosis, steatosis and alcoholic steatohepatitis.
The ASO titre detects the number of anti-streptococcal antibodies present in blood due to a recent or old throat infection with Streptococcus.
SGOT/AST is an enzyme produced in the liver. Levels are elevated in case of liver cell damage which makes it a sensitive marker for assessment of hepatic function in hepatitis, jaundice, etc.
The test will screen for recent abuse of Barbiturates by detecting metabolites in urine.
Barium is commonly used in lamps and electrodes, tiles, bricks, glass and rubber industries. Industrial exposure needs to be monitored as toxicity might cause weakness, trembling, paralysis, anxiety and cardiac irregularities.
The profile checks levels of hormones like TSH, thyroxin and testosterone that are responsible for male erectile health.
Hormone imbalance can be subtle; a test of thyroid, estradiol and testosterone levels can help pinpoint hormonal issues for women of all ages.
This profile tests levels of TSH and thyroid hormones T3 and T4 to assess overall thyroid health.
This panel tests for dietary deficiencies that are common in those who adhere to a strict vegan/vegetarian lifestyle.
The test will screen for recent abuse of Benzodiazepines by detecting metabolites in urine.
If you need to know what your blood type is, this is the test to take! This test is also necessary for blood transfusion and as part of ante-natal care check-up in expectant mothers.
Bordetella pertussis and Bordetella parapertussis, Real-time DNA PCR
Testing for Bordetella pertussis which is the causative organism for whooping cough disease.
Testing for Bordetella pertussis which is the causative organism for whooping cough disease.
Testing for the cancer antigen (CA) 27.29 which is a highly sensitive tumor marker used to monitor breast cancer.
This package provides the most accurate testing for 7 STDs and HIV which detects infection 28 days after exposure. Also included is a urine screening for 7 common drugs.
This profile tests for 7 STDs and includes a highly sensitive HIV by PCR test for early detection of HIV. The test is accurate only 28 days after exposure and provides the most accurate overall STD screening possible.
The test uses enzyme immunoassay method to detect presence of IgG antibodies to bacteria Brucella abortus.
The test uses enzyme immunoassay method to detect presence of IgM antibodies to bacteria Brucella abortus.
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.
This test is effective in monitoring the use of buprenorphine (Suboxone)
This test is also known as Cancer Antigen 125 test. It detects the presence of ovarian cancer which is marked by an increase in blood CA125 levels.
CA 19.9 is a tumor marker used especially for pancreatic cancer but also useful in diagnosing hepatic, oesophageal and colorectal cancers.
This pain-free test detects exposure to the toxic heavy metal cadmium.
This test is to measure for cadmium toxicity.
To help diagnose and monitor C-cell hyperplasia and medullary thyroid cancer (MTC); to screen those at risk for multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2 (MEN 2)
The Ionized calcium test is done to evaluate the level of active calcium in the blood.
Aimed at determining the level of calcium in the blood.
To monitor the response to treatment of breast cancer and to watch for recurrence of the disease
This test is used for the diagnosis of candidiasis which is a form of fungal infection caused by Candida albicans.
Marijuana is one of the most common drugs abused for recreational purposes owing to its sedative and hypnotic effects.
Carbamazepine is used commonly to control seizures and epilepsy in children and adults.
This test is used to evaluate the total carbonate buffering system in the body
Complete blood count is a general health test to assess immunity and infection, haemoglobin and red blood cell level, platelets for bleeding disorders, etc.
If you are HIV+ this test determines the number of CD4 T-Cells in your blood. It provides a baseline.
CEA or carcinoembryonic antigen has been found to have elevated levels in colorectal and other gastrointestinal cancers. It is a tumour marker.
Testing for Celiac disease which is a gastrointestinal disorder where the body produces antibodies against the gluten component found in cereals.
Testing for celiac disease.
Testing for Celiac disease which is an intestinal disorder in which the body produces antibodies against the gluten component of food.
This tests for Gluten sensitivity or celiac disease which is a disorder where antibodies are present in the gut against the gluten component of wheat.
Test for celiac disease, a food sensitivity (not an allergy) to gluten, found in wheat, barley and rye.
Testing for levels of Ceruloplasmin levels which are low in Wilson’s disease.
The analysis detects whether a patient is infected with the bacteria Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.
The analysis detects whether a patient is infected with the bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis.
The test detects IgM antibodies to the bacteria Chlamydia trachomatis which is one of the commonest STDs.
Evaluate electrolytes, acid-base balance, water balance. Chloride generally increases and decreases with plasma or serum sodium.
The lipid panel tests for all the fractions of lipids like cholesterol, LDL, HDL, etc that increase one’s risk of cardiovascular disorders like heart attack, stroke, peripheral artery disease etc.
If you're taking medications to lower your cholesterol, this tests for your risks for potentially dangerous side-effects.
Testing for levels of Chromium which is a heavy metal used in coating and alloys with many metals, dyes, pigments, wood preservation industry etc.
Clozapine is used typically for treating schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Due to severe side-effects like seizures, bowel infarction and weight gain, its use has been limited.
Testing for Cocaine which is one of the most common drugs abused for recreational purposes
Testing for Coccidioidomycosis which is a fungal infection
To determine whether deficiencies or abnormalities in complement system proteins are contributing to increased infections or autoimmune disease.
70% of complement system is complement C3. It is necessary for acute immune response to any infection and levels might be reduced in chronic inflammatory autoimmune disorders like SLE, celiac disease etc.
Complement C4 has been identified a a marker for identifying systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).
Assessing total complement protein levels in the body is useful to assess immune status.
The comprehensive panel of tests checks for special factors like IGF, free T4 and over 15 other parameters to look for normal muscle growth, function and metabolism.
This package includes blood tests to comprehensively screen for 7 STDs. Also included is a urine screening for 7 common drugs.
This profile screens for 7 STDs including hepatitis, herpes and HIV to ensure the absence of STDs in breast milk
Testing for Celiac disease which is a fairly common intestinal disorder.
This test helps diagnose current, recent or past infection of the Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV). This test includes all of our EBV tests.
Erectile Dysfunction is often a sign of health problems including heart disease and diabetes.
This profile adds highly sensitive screenings for indicators of heart disease and other risks along with hormone levels signaling menopause.
An advanced profile of hormones can help identify the cause of a woman's menstrual, fertility, sexual or overall health and wellness problems.
Evaluating the sexual function of a woman.
This is used to determine recent exposure to herpes (5-10 days), as well as antibodies that may appear 4 weeks after exposure. This test includes both our HSV 2-Specific Antibodies, IgG test and HSV 1&2 IgM test.
Testing for Haemochromatosis which is an iron metabolism disorder where excess iron gets stocked up in the body causing damage to the kidneys, nervous system, eyes, etc.
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.
This sensitive panel tests for haemochromatosis, an iron metabolism disorder.
This test is used to detect both Herpes Types 1 & 2, searching for IgG antibodies that usually develop within four-twelve weeks from date of exposure.
A comprehensive look at your risk for heart attacks and stroke
This profile of tests evaluates a "sick" liver and determines whether the injury is due to drugs, alcohol, viral infections and/or metabolic disorders.
This profile adds highly sensitive screenings for indicators of heart disease along with tests for hormone levels, organ function and other disease risks.
This mega panel tests for various hormonal blood levels, urine and semen samples to conclusively determine level of male fertility.
This advanced profile offers a full range of testing to measure hormones and overall health & wellness, including tests for STDs, HIV and hepatitis.
This profile of fasting tests provides an assessment of glucose, electrolytes, and kidney, liver and heart functions.
If you feel a recent sexual encounter may have put you at risk, this highly sensitive test can detect the early presence of STDs and STIs.
This comprehensive panel includes a total testosterone test for those concerned with erectile dysfunction.
This special profile includes 6 important tests that will diagnose, evaluate and analyse complete thyroid function.
Testing for levels of Copper which is an important element in those whose metabolism is hampered in the genetic disease Wilson’s.
Testing for levels of Cortisol which is a hormone released by the adrenal glands, and has a metabolic effect on the entire body.
C-peptide is secreted during production of insulin and thus acts as a tumor marker for insulin cell cancer in the pancreas. It helps differentiate hypoglycaemia due to pancreatic cancer and other causes.
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
This test evaluates kidney function and clearance of creatinine from body.
Testing for Creatinine levels which are measured in a 24 hour urine sample to evaluate kidney function and calculate the glomerular filteration rate.
Measures levels of Creatinine in the body.
A cryoglobulin test is used to help detect the presence and relative quantity of cryoglobulins in the blood.
The test looks for the antigen of the fungus Cryptococcus neoformans known to cause Cryptococcus meningitis.
This test measures the level of C-Telopeptide or collagen type I in the blood. C-Telopeptide is a biomarker released from the bone during resorption that is why its level can be used to indicate the bone resorption.
Aid in diagnosis of CMV infection.
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Antibodies, Quantitative, IgM
Testing for DHEA-S which is a potent male hormone released from the adrenal glands.
To determine if the amount of digoxin in your blood is at an appropriate level or to detect potentially toxic levels
Testing for DHT which is the more potent product of testosterone.
The test looks for antibodies for the bacteria Diphtheria and Clostridium tetani.
Testing for levels of Bilirubin. Elevated levels in acute or chronic hepatitis, gall bladder disease cause jaundice.
The test scans the urine sample for nine of the most common recreational drugs abused by adult and teenagers.
The blood test looks for seven most common recreational drugs used in the society.
The electrolyte panel is a routine test used to measure the amount of electrolytes (sodium and chlorine) and carbon dioxide in your blood.
This panel of 14 essential tests measure kidney function, liver function, electrolytes, blood sugar and acid/base balance to assess general health level.
Test to diagnose celiac disease, to monitor the patient’s adherence to a gluten-free diet.
Diagnose biotinidase deficiency.
This test is ordered as a follow-up to our EBV VCA IgG and IgM testing. Usually, during an active infection of mononucleosis is when this test should be taken.
This test is used to diagnose infection of EBV virus that occurred some time in the past. This test is not for suspected recent exposure.
This test is used to detect recent primary infection to the highly infectious Epstein Barr Virus that produces the disease infectious mononucleosis.
ESR is a screening test to look for any inflammatory, infectious or degenerative processes in the body.
This test measures the level of estradiol in the blood. Estradiol is secreted mainly from the ovaries in females and a small amount is secreted from the testes in males.
Estradiol is the major form of estrogen produced by ovaries and it is the strongest one. Estradiol is the active estrogen.
Testing of this hormone can evaluate the integrity of the fetal placenta during pregnancy. Estriol is produced from the placenta in pregnant women.
Testing for Estrogens which are a group of steroids that play an important role in regulating the menstrual cycle and function as the main sex hormones in females.
The Serum Estrone test is used in the evaluation and management of postmenopausal vaginal bleeding.
Factor V Leiden is a protein that produces blood clots in an injury. Mutations in Factor V lead to coagulation of blood.
This profile includes tests for the most common causes of fatigue.
Testing for the presence of blood in feces which is indicative of digestive tract inflammation, cancer, polyposis, etc.
The panel includes 7 vital tests of important hormones that help diagnose age-related disorders like infertility, cancers, diabetes, endocrine dysfunction and evaluate their severity.
The panel includes 16 essential tests that screen for age-related disorders in women like diabetes, infertility, uterine cancer, iron-deficiency anaemia, osteoporosis, etc.
Test for markers of tumors found only in women that are specific to ovarian, breast and other cancers in a single, comprehensive screening.
This group of tests measures a range of hormone levels as they relate to fertility, to establish baseline levels or determine some causes of infertility.
A highly sophisticated combination of hormone and blood chemistry tests can give you clues about weight gain, loss of libido and even cancer risks.
Testing for levels of Ferritin which is an intracellular protein whose blood levels directly correspond to the amount of iron stores in the body.
Testing for Fibrinogen which is a protein produced by the liver and secreted into the blood. Fibrinogen plays an important role in controlling bleeding during an injury.
The test helps diagnose nutritional folate deficiency and assess efficency of folate therapy.
The Folic acid test is usually done to diagnose the cause of anemia, to evaluate for its deficiency, or to follow up the treatment with folic acid supplementation.
FSH testing assesses function of both ovaries and the pituitary gland.
Follicle Stimulating Hormone and Luteinizing hormone tests are often done to determine how ovaries are working. Testing of these hormones is recommended for people having infertility issues.
Testing for G6PD which is an enzyme present in red blood cells that prevents the RBC from breaking down.
Testing for GGT which is an enzyme produced in liver. It is elevated in acute liver diseases where bile ducts are affected.
Testing the levels of Gastrin which is an enzyme that stimulates production of gastric acid and is produced by G cells of stomach.
Testing for Serum glucose which is necessary to diagnose, screen and monitor treatment of diabetes.
Glycohemoglobin or HbA1c is used to monitor diabetics. It reflects blood glucose levels over past 3 months based on exposure of RBCs to glucose in the blood.
Test for thyroid and growth hormone levels which may be the cause of abnormal growth patterns.
H. Pylori is a microbe found in the digestive tract and known to increase risk of peptic ulcer and stomach cancer.
Testing for Haemophilus influenzae B which is a bacteria causing respiratory tract infection and pneumonia (lung infection).
The screening panel tests for IgG antibodies of the 5 most common infections that healthcare workers may contract while working with patients
The panel comprises of over 20 tests that diagnose and uncover potential age-related disorders specific to men.
The panel comprises of tests that quantify multiple hormones, glucose levels, liver and kidney function etc to uncover hidden disorders associated with ageing process in women.
Test for a range of diseases and organ function, plus screening for ovarian cancer and potential hormone imbalances for overall wellness at any age.
The Healthy Heart Lipid profile are tests to measure all types of lipids found in the blood
Test for diseases including diabetes and heart, liver and kidney disease, plus screening for organ function, hormone levels and prostate cancer.
Test for heavy metals such as lead, mercury and arsenic.
The test assesses the morphology and number of red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.
This affordable test is used for regular professional monitoring of diabetic conditions. Testing is recommended for diabetics every 3 months.
The test analyses the percentages of various fractions of haemoglobin present in blood like HbF, HbA, etc.
This test is used to confirm infection from, and also immunity to Hepatitis A, which can be found in contaminated water, food and feces.
Tests for Hepatitis A which causes viral infection of the liver producing inflammation and jaundice.
This test looks for the hepatitis B IgM antibody to diagnose a HBV infection and can detect previous exposure in a weakened immune system.
This profile tests for the presence and progression of HBV, a viral infection which can be spread to family members as well as through sexual contact.
This test looks for the presence of "anti-HBs." It is used to determine immunity to hepatitis B, and also to monitor chronic infection and its treatment.
Testing for Hepatitis B which causes viral infection of the liver producing inflammation, jaundice and liver cancer.
Real-time PCR,COBAS® TaqMan®
Testing for Hepatitis B which is a virus that causes inflammation of the liver and jaundice.
This highly sensitive test measures hepatitis B viral genetic material and is used to monitor antiviral therapy in patients with chronic HBV infections.
With Reflex to Quantitative This highly sensitive test finds hepatitis C viral genetic material much sooner than an antibody test, and measures the number of particles infected.
Hepatitis C causes viral infection of the liver producing inflammation, jaundice and liver cancer.
(Graphical)w/Reflex to Geno.
If you have chronic hepatitis C, this sensitive test is used to measure HCV genetic material, type by genotype and monitor antiviral treatment.
This test will confirm if you have Herpes Type 1, which causes blisters around the mouth and meningitis.
This test is used to detect for recent exposure to the Herpes Simplex Virus. These IgM antibodies are usually detected after five-ten days of exposure to infection.
This HIV by PCR test is an extremely sensitive, affordable option for anyone who has had a risky sexual encounter or practices a high risk lifestyle.
Test for HIV 1/2 antibodies as a baseline test or exposure to HIV longer than 3 months ago. Re-testing is recommended at 6 and 12 months.
HIV-II Antibody test detects the presence of antibodies to the retrovirus. Quantitative estimation of antibody shows severity of infection.
Human Leucocyte Antigen-B27 is an antigen present on the surface of your white blood cells. It helps diagnose autoimmune disorders like Rheumatoid arthritis…
Homocysteine is an amino acid whose elevated serum levels may indicate a higher risk for stroke or heart attack, vitamin B12/foalte deficiency.
The hormone profile quantifies 4 most important hormones in the body- TSH, FSH, estradiol and testosterone.
Test for new infections of HHV 6, a virus which can lead to serious consequences in HIV+ adults and may be connected to various nervous system diseases.
Viral load is quantitative estimation of the number of viral copies of HIV-I present in the blood. It shows the severity of infection.
Human T- Cell Lymphotropic Virus types 1 & 2 selectively target T-cells of immune system of our body.
A quantitative analysis of the sub-fractions of Immunoglobulin G
This comprehensive panel uses over 20 tests to diagnose the exact reason for your gut issues including liver and kidney function, H. Pylori antibodies, amylase, etc.
Measures insulin in the body. The lack of insulin causes the level of sugar in your blood to become abnormally high.
Thie test evaluates the level of growth hormone which is secreted from the pituitary gland.
Testing Insulin-Like Growth Factor I,which is a protein produced mainly from the liver in response to growth hormone stimulation. When people take Human Growth Hormone, their IGF-1 levels increase.
Testing for levels of Iodine which is important for normal functioning of thyroid and other organs, especially during pregnancy.
Testing levels of Iron which is necessary for oxygen transport and normal functioning of muscles, etc. TIBC gives a good estimate of the proteins available to bind and carry iron in the body.
A quantitative analysis of the 3 commonest isocyanates used in industries i.e. HDI, TDI, MDI.
Testing lactic acid dehydrogenase which is an enzyme whose levels are elevated in case of any tissue damage/ injury.
Allergies to natural rubber found in most latex gloves and many healthcare products, including condoms, can cause a serious health risk.
Serum lead levels are monitored if there are symptoms suggesting lead toxicity, lead exposure in work environment, or accidental lead consumption.
Lipase is an enzyme that digests fat. It is produced by the pancreas. Levels rise in acute inflammation of pancreas, bowel infarction, pancreatic cyst, peritonitis.
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.
Lipid associated sialic acid (LASA) is used as a part cancer evaluation tests for suspected colorectal, ovarian, mammary and other cancers.
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.
Levels of lithium in serum and urine are monitored when lithium toxicity is suspected.
Lithium levels in blood may be elevated during treatment with lithium.
There are many activities and variables that can put your liver at serious risk. Use this low-cost test to detect, evaluate and/or monitor liver disease.
Low T can cause decreased libido and drive, muscle loss, weight gain, fatigue and even hair loss. It can happen at any age, but testing is simple.
Lupus Anticoagulant are antibodies which inhibit one or more of the in vitro phospholipid-dependent tests of coagulation.<
Luteinizing Hormone is a hormone found in blood, secreted from the pituitary gland and plays a substantial role in sexual development. The LH test measures the level of this hormone in the blood.
This is the follow-up test to our Lyme Disease, Total Antibody Test with Reflex.
This test is the first step in diagnosing Lyme Disease, an infection caused by the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi.
With the Magnesium, RBC blood test you can measure the magnesium deficiency in the body.
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.
The comprehensive panel seeks to evaluate disorders that occur as the male body ages like diabetes, prostate cancer, cardiovascular disorders, vitamin D deficiency, etc.
The comprehensive panel has tests that analyse hormones, vitamins and metabolites in the body whose excesses or deficiencies might lead to disorders as the male body ages.
Test for markers of tumors specific to prostate cancer which can be found in the blood, as and also PSA levels, for a more comprehensive screening.
This advanced profile adds a range of hormone and thyroid tests to semen analysis for comprehensive testing to evaluate fertility issues.
The panel includes a battery of tests to diagnose fertility disorders in men due to deficiency of progesterone, testosterone, thyroid hormone etc.
A highly sophisticated combination of hormone and blood chemistry tests can give you clues about how well you're aging, as well as your disease risks.
This profile targets specific hormonal levels and adds blood chemistry testing to help provide a determination of menopause or peri-menopause.
Testing for mercury poisoning from long term mercury exposure which can produce severe toxicity causing permanent damage to kidneys, nervous system and gastrointestinal tract.
Exposure to mercury for long durations can produce permanent damage to the nervous system, gastrointestinal tract and kidneys.
Test for hormones regulating your metabolism and screen for healthy organ function to aid in weight loss, body building and overall fitness.
This basic panel includes eight tests for assessing the basic metabolic functions of the body.
Testing for Methadone in the body, which is a highly addictive drug similar to morphine, used for severe pain relief.
People with vitamin B-12 deficiency almost always have elevated levels of methylamalonic acid, however positive test does not confirm deficiency. Vitamin -B12 deficiency causes megaloblastic anaemia, oral ulcers and peripheral neuropathy.
This test detects an early marker for diabetic kidney disease, and is recommended for diabetics once a year.
To detect MRSA carrier status
Quantification of Immunoglobulin G antibodies specifically to the mumps virus helps diagnose severity of infection and recovery from mumps.
To determine whether muscle, particularly heart muscle, has been injured
Testing for Nicotine levels. Nicotine is the chief stimulant in cigarettes and produces one of the hardest addiction and severe withdrawal symptoms.
This comprehensive panel evaluates numerous fractions of lipids, liporotein subfractions etc to assess risk for a heart attack/stroke or peripheral vascular disease.
Testing for Serum N-Telopeptide which is a biomarker of bone resorption as it is produced from the bone during the process of degradation.
The NTx test measures the concentration of cross-linked N-telopeptides of type I collagen.
Narcotics like opium and its by-products like heroin, morphine and codeine are eliminated from the body through the urine. They can be quantified to check for recent abuse or during de-addiction therapy.
The test assesses thyroid functioning by measuring a number of thyroid hormones, T3, T4, reverse T3, etc.
A diet devoid of meat can cause deficiency of nutritional elements that are found in optimal amounts only in meats. The profile measures vitamins, lipids, iron and metabolites commonly deficient in a strict vegan diet.
Osteoporosis can accompany menopause, but may also be an indicator of disease risks; this targeted test can provide invaluable information.
Oxcarbazepine is a drug used for treating epilepsy in children and adults. During initial 3 months of therapy, significant sodium depletion can occur.
This glucose tolerance test is a four hour timed test.
Testing for Parathyroid hormone which is important to maintain normal calcium levels.
Chronic liver disease may cause deficiency of coagulation factors like VIII, IX, XI, etc that are necessary for blood to clot in case of injury. aPTT detects deficiency that might cause extensive blood loss.
Phenobarbital is a drug used to treat seizures in children and adults. Long-term use or overdose in case of barbiturate addiction may cause reduced drug elimination from the body.
Phenytoin is extensively used to treat seizures in children and adults. Phenytoin is a known carcinogen. Monitoring serum levels during treatment is essential to prevent toxicity.
Platelets are necessary for blood to clot in case of injury. Destruction of platelets due to circulating antibodies to platelets can lead to excessive and rapid blood loss.
Platelets form an important step in blood coagulation. The test calculates platelet count to uncover a deficiency or platelet destruction which can cause petechiae, excessive blood loss in injuries and purpura.
Testing for Potassium levels in the body which is an element necessary in body for normal nervous system and muscle functioning.
Progesterone is a hormone vital in female menstrual cycle. It is important to support pregnancy and fetal growth.
This test evaluates galactorrhea, which is associated with inappropriate lactation.
An enlarged prostate can signal serious health problems. Prostate Specific Antigen levels are simple to check, often to monitor cancer treatment.
The abnormal protein is identified and measured by electrophoresis to identify the underlying disease. Protein deficiency or elevated protein sub-types in multiple sclerosis or cancer like multiple myeloma can be detected.
To look for certain liver, kidney disorders and several other diseases
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.
Testing for Rheumatoid factor which is an antibody present in patients who have Rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
To evaluate kidney function
Acute diseases are known to alter thyroid hormones T3, T4 and TSH activity by production of a hormone Reverse T3 somewhere else in the body.
This test is done before a blood transfusion, for expectant mothers, or if you simply just want to know your blood type.
Testing for Rubella or German measles which is a lethal infection affecting pregnant women that can cause foetal deafness, mental retardation, malformations and even abortion.
This test is used to determine if you have sufficient rubeola (measles) antibodies to protect you from the rubeola virus
This test measures the number and characteristics of sperm for use in preliminary fertility evaluation.
Testing for levels of Serotonin which is a neurotransmitter released mostly by platelets during blood coagulation.
Testing for levels of Cortisol which is a hormone released by the adrenal gland having metabolic effects on entire body.
Testing for Sex hormone binding globulin which is a protein which binds reversibly with hormones testosterone and estradiol, carrying them to target organs.
Diagnosing for Sickle Cell Anemia.
Patients with Sjogren syndrome, a chronic systemic inflammatory disease with underlying autoimmune cause, have Sjogren antibodies positive.
Stool specimen is cultured to check for growth of infections like typhoid, shigella, cholera and enterobacterium coli.
Stool specimen is checked for growth of bacterium Vibrio cholera. V.cholera causes the highly infectious and potentially fatal gastrointestinal infection called cholera by producing rapid, severe diarrhoea, fever, vomiting and dehydration.
Stool is cultured to check for growth of bacterium Yersinia enterocolitica. Yersinia causes self-limiting entero-colitis producing bloody or watery diarrhoea, fever, vomiting and dehydration.
Stool specimen is analysed for presence of eggs and parasitic worms of common parasites like hookworm, pinworm, threadworm, giardia lamblia etc.
Two special tests determining the levels of rubella/German measles Immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibodies and chicken-pox (varicella zoster) IgG antibodies.
It's easy and inexpensive to test for a syphilis infection. When detected early, syphilis can be treated and completely cured with antibiotics.
Tetra-iodothyronine(T4) or thyroid hormone or thyroxine, has metabolic effects on almost all tissues. When present free in serum, it is elevated in hyperthyroidism and reduced in hypothyroidism.
In the adult entertainment world, physical health matters and is essential to work. This panel tests for HIV-1, syphilis and Chlamydia exposure in adult entertainers.
Testosterone is the hormone which gives men their masculine characteristics like hair distribution, body growth etc.
Total serum testosterone is a blood test required for evaluation of several health conditions in both men and women.
Testing for thyroid function. Thyroid gland produces hormones that regulate fat, protein and other metabolic activities in the body.
Testing for Thyroid peroxidase (TPO) antibodies which are auto-antibodies produced by the body against the thyroid microsomes.
A test to analyze thyroid/parathyroid serum levels in response to low blood calcium levels to make a diagnosis on bones and renal health status.
Testing Thyroxine-binding Globulin which is a carrier protein synthsized in the liver. It binds to thyroid hormones T3 and T4 and helps their transport through blood.
Testing Bilirubin which is the breakdown product of haemoglobin produced in the liver. Levels are elevated in acute and chronic liver disease.
Proteins are extremely important for body growth, wear and tear and immunity. Reduced total serum proteins may occur duing liver disease, starvation, chronic kidney disease, severe burns, etc. Elevated total proteins might occur in cancers.
T3 or tri-iodothyronine is the active part of the thyroid hormone, thyroxine. It has effects on protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism of the body.
T4 or tetra-iodothyronine is the inactive part of the thyroid hormone, thyroxine. It is converted to T3 and affects protein, fat and carbohydrate metabolism of the body along with affecting functions of other hormones.
TIBC (or transferrin) is typically used along with iron and ferritin to evaluate people suspected of having too much or too little iron.
This test is a confirmatory for the disease, syphillis.
This test particularly examines the amount of Triiodothyronine (T3) that is not attached in proteins in the bloodstream.
TSH or thyroid stimulating hormone is released by the pituitary gland. It stimulates release of T3 & T4 from the thyroid.
Testing for Tuberculosis which is a highly infectious, lethal infection by bacteria Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Testing for Prostate Specific antigen which is an enzyme secreted by the prostate gland, levels are elevated in those with prostatic enlargement and prostate cancers.
Nitrogen and urea are the breakdown products of protein metabolism and are excreted by the kidneys. Serum levels might be elevated in diseases causing excessive protein breakdown.
Uric acid is the breakdown product of purines. High concentration can lead to deposition of uric acid crystals in joints as painful gouty tophi.
Routine urinalysis evaluates the physical characteristics of urine like odour, colour, pH; chemical composition and levels of glucose, bilirubin, blood and ketones which might be disrupted in certain diseases.
Urine is cultured to look for presence of bacteria causing infection of the urinary bladder, kidneys etc.
Valproate and its compounds are used to control epilepsy and seizures in both adults and children. Monitoring levels is essential.
Varicella-zoster is the virus that causes chicken pox and later herpes zoster. Presence of antibodies indicates a recent or old infection.
The VEGF has been seen to correlate with the increased risk for cancer of liver, prostate, ovaries, pancreas, stomach etc.
Vitamin B 12 or cyanacobalamin is essential for nerves, tissue integrity and red blood cell formation. Deficiency leads to anaemia, hairfall, peripheral neuropathy, inflammation of lips and loss of taste buds on tongue.
Vitamin B 12 and folates are essential for nerves, tissue integrity and red blood cell formation. Deficiency leads to anaemia, hair fall, peripheral neuropathy, miscarriages during pregnancy, and inflammation of lips and tongue.
To screen for and detect moderate to severe vitamin B6 deficiencies
Evaluation of vitamin C deficiency
Vitamin D is the kidney hormone. It increases calcium absorption from kidneys and intestines and is activated by sun exposure on skin. It is necessary to prevent calcium deficiency, osteoporosis, fractures.
Vitamin E is commonly found in corn and soyabean oil. It is a known anti-oxidant. It prevents production of free radicals in cells which increase ageing, tissue breakdown and neurological damage.
This panel is your watchdog for the slightest indications of disorders as you attempt to lose weight. It tests diabetes, cardiac risk, thyroid and hormone disorders, and vitamins to assess fitness post weight loss.
West Nile virus is transmitted by birds and mosquitoes affecting the nervous system. Presence of antibodies indicates a recent or old infection.
Zinc is necessary for normal growth. Deficiency can lead to impaired growth, delayed sexual maturation, impotence, altered cognition, anorexia, alopecia and poor immunity.
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