An anemia panel checks to make sure there are enough healthy red blood cells in your system to carry oxygen throughout the body. Anemia is a condition in which there are not enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout the body. This is why you might feel dizzy if you have anemia. There are many different types of anemia, some of the common causes include blood disorders such as sickle cell anemia or a diet lacking in iron or vitamins.
13-Panel Drug Test
The 13-Panel Drug test looks for the presence of common illegal drugs, prescription medications, and alcohol. This urine drug test can be used for employment purposes, personal testing, court-ordered, and a variety of other reasons.
Your kidneys keep you healthy by filtering and removing waste products from your blood. The Renal Panel checks to see if the kidneys are working properly. If they aren’t toxins can build up in the blood and cause damage.
Basic Metabolic Panel (BMP)
This blood test gives information about your body’s metabolism, or how your body uses food for energy. It gives a snapshot of the health of your kidneys. This panel checks many different body functions and can give information about kidney function, electrolyte balance, blood sugar levels, and metabolism.¹ A BMP is a good place to start when looking for basic information about your health.
The electrolyte panel measures sodium, chloride, potassium, and carbon dioxide levels. Abnormal levels may indicate a serious health problem. Electrolytes are minerals found in the body that help to maintain water balance and pH, they also help with muscle contraction, heart rhythm, and brain function.
Basic Health Panel
The Basic Health Panel includes three tests that are commonly ordered during an annual exam to assess your general health. For example, this panel will evaluate many different factors such as blood components, electrolytes, and blood sugar.
Comprehensive Health Panel
The Comprehensive Health Panel goes beyond the Basic Health Panel to give you a more in-depth look at your health, measuring cholesterol, average blood glucose levels, and thyroid function.
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)
A Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) is a blood sample test that measures 14 different substances in your blood. This test is useful for diagnosing and monitoring treatment for conditions affecting the liver or kidneys.
Gout (Uric Acid)
Uric acid is a normal waste product found in the body, most of the uric acid in your body is filtered out by the kidneys and removed from the body. When too much uric acid builds up in the blood it can cause a type of arthritis known as gout. Excess Uric acid can also lead to the development of kidney stones and possibly kidney failure.
Diabetes Management Panel
This Diabetes Management Panel helps monitor blood sugar levels so you can manage your diabetes. This test measures your blood glucose and allows you to monitor your progress and evaluate how well your treatment is working.
A Microalbumin test measures metabolites in a urine sample which is used to determine the presence of kidney disease.
Hepatitis is a liver disorder that causes inflammation of your tissue, the swelling can cause decreased liver function. Hepatitis is most often caused by viruses hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C, this panel will determine if you have an active or recent infection caused by one of these viruses.¹
Hemoglobin A1C (hba1c)
The Hemoglobin A1C (hba1c) test is a blood test used to diagnose type 1 and type 2 diabetes. If you have diabetes, it is used to monitor blood sugar levels.
Complete Blood Count (CBC) w/out Diff
To determine your general health status; to screen for, or monitor any one of a variety of diseases and conditions that affect blood cells.
Maintaining healthy levels of vitamins is an essential part of your overall health, vitamin deficiency can cause a variety of other health conditions. The Vitamin Panel measures vitamin B6, vitamin B12, folate (vitamin B9), and vitamin D. This vitamin panel can benefit everyone, whether you are experiencing symptoms or just want to have a deeper understanding of your health.
Hepatic Function Panel
The Hepatic Panel includes tests that are commonly part of a general health screening, and evaluate liver function. Additionally, this liver function tests aids in the diagnosis of liver disease such as hepatitis or to monitor the treatment of liver disease.
Basic Health Panel with Lipids
The Basic Health Panel includes an additional test over our normal basic health panel. These tests are commonly ordered during an annual exam.
Respiratory Viral Panel (COVID19/FLU/RSV)
Our Respiratory Viral Panel utilizes either a nasal or oral swab helps identify the presence of SARS-CoV2 (COVID19), Influenza (FLU) and/or RSV viruses.
Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)
Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a vaginal infection where their is an imbalance between normal/healthy bacteria and other bacteria in the vagina. Our Bacterial Vaginosis test tests for bacteria that can be harmful to your vaginal health.
A cholesterol, total test determines whether or not your cholesterol is high and estimates your risk of heart attacks and other forms of heart disease.
Bacterial Vaginosis w/ Vaginitis Plus
Vaginitis is a common gynecologic condition of vaginal area discomfort, pain and possible vaginal discharge
Heart Health Panel
Your heart is an essential organ responsible for pumping blood, oxygen, and nutrients throughout your body. Factors such as high cholesterol levels can block the blood flow to the heart causing cardiovascular disease, heart attack, and stroke. This package will measure your cholesterol (HDL, LDL, and triglycerides) and C-reactive protein levels to evaluate your risk for heart disease.
C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
CRP is used to assess inflammation in the body and is associated with increased risk of heart disease. CRP is often used with medical history as an additional biomarker to make treatment decisions about Heart Health
Comprehensive Diabetes Panel
It is important to regularly screen for diabetes, if left untreated diabetes can increase your risk of heart attack, stroke, kidney damage, and nerve damage. Our comprehensive diabetes panel can help determine the risk of developing diabetes and assist in monitoring a new diagnosis. This panel measures your fasting insulin, fasting glucose, HbA1c levels, CMP, and urine albumin.