General Welness Panel
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General Welness Panel
Periodic blood testing is one of the most important ways to evaluate your overall health.
Our General Wellness test is a panel of blood tests that would help understand overall wellness of a person.
General Wellness test includes below tests:
- CMP – Comprehensive Metabolic Panel Checks Calcium, blood glucose, electrolyte and fluid balance, kidney health, and liver function.
- CBC - complete blood count test can be used to evaluate overall health, it gives insights into count of red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets this will help identify conditions like anemia & infections.
- Iron Total – this test can help identify abnormal levels of iron, low levels could lead to fatigue and shortness of breath.
- Thyroid – tests for hyperthyroidism & hypothyroidism
- Hemoglobin A1c – Average sugar for the past 2 to 3 months, this is vital in understanding diabetic conditions.
- Lipid panel – Measures cholesterol levels. This test can be used to identify underlying conditions that could lead to heart attacks or stroke.
- Glucose – checking glucose would help identify diabetic conditions.
- Calcium – is a vital mineral needed for bones and teeth.
- Albumin – is a protein produced by liver, it is tested to evaluate liver and kidney health.
- Total Protein – it measures the total amount of albumin and globulin in the blood. Abnormal level of protein in blood could be indicator of liver or kidney disorder and many other diseases.
- Sodium – is vital for nerve and muscles. An elevated level of sodium could indicate dehydration, kidney disfunction or other medical condition.
- Potassium – helps muscle function, nerve signals and fluid balance.
- CO2 (carbon dioxide, bicarbonate) – helps balance PH of blood.
- Chloride – helps regulate acid-base balance.
- BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) – is a waste from kidneys, its level rises in blood when kidney function decreases.
- Creatinine – high levels indicates kidney dysfunction.
- ALP (Alkaline Phosphates) – high levels in blood indicate Liver dysfunction or bone disorders.
- ALT (Alanine Aminotransferase or SGPT) – test help identify liver related diseases.
- AST (Aspartate Aminotransferase or SGOT) – helps identify damage to liver.
- Bilirubin – test would help identify jaundice and other liver related diseases.
- WBC – testing White Blood Cells can help identify infections.
- RBC – Red Blood Cells carry oxygen; this test can help identify anemia.
- Hemoglobin – this is the protein that carry oxygen in RBC, test help identify anemic conditions.
- Hematocrit – is the proportion of RBC to plasma, abnormal values could indicate dehydration, anemia, lung and heart diseases & Vitamin deficiencies.
- MCV – is the measure of average size of blood cells. High levels may be related to alcohol abuse, nutrition, aging and many more. Low levels could mean iron deficiency.
- MCH – mean corpuscular hemoglobin measures average hemoglobin found in red blood cells.
- MCHC – mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration measures average concentration of hemoglobin in RBC, is can be used along with MCV, RBC and RDW counts to diagnose anemia.
- RDW – red cell distribution width test help evaluate the difference is size between smallest and largest RBC. This test is used to identify anemia, heart disease, cancer among many.
- Platelet Count – platelets help stop bleeding. Low platelet count could lead to life threatening bleeding during delivery.
- MPV – help measure average size of platelets. A high number could associate with different types of cancer.
- Differential (Absolute and Percent - Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, and Basophils) – this test evaluates the ratio of each type of white blood cells in your body. This test is done to diagnose inflammation, leukemia, anemia or infections.
- T3 Uptake (Triiodothyronin)
- T4 (Thyroxine)
- TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone)
- Free T4 Index (T7)
- Total Cholesterol
- HDL Cholesterol
- LDL-Cholesterol (calculated)
- Cholesterol/HDL Ratio (calculated)
- Non-HDL Cholesterol (calculated)