Our anemia panel checks to make sure there are enough healthy red blood cells in your system to carry oxygen throughout the body. In brief, Anemia is a condition in which there are not enough healthy red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout the body. For example, this is why you might feel dizzy if you have anemia. In fact, 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.
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.
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.
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.
Efficiently monitor your health with our Complete Blood Count (CBC) Lab Test Kit. Designed for accuracy and simplicity, this kit includes everything you need for a comprehensive blood analysis. Ideal for detecting anemia, infections, and other blood disorders, it’s a vital tool for those experiencing symptoms like fatigue or fever, and essential for ongoing health management. Get reliable results with our user-friendly kit, complete with detailed instructions, in a convenient, sterile package.
Discover our Basic Diabetes Panel, meticulously designed to monitor your diabetes with precision. This panel includes a Complete Metabolic Panel (CMP) for a full health overview, Hemoglobin A1C (HgbA1C) to track your average blood sugar levels, and a Urine Microalbumin test to check for early signs of kidney damage. Keep your health in check with this essential trio of tests, offering a clear picture of your diabetic condition in one convenient package.
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.
Understanding Insulin Resistance: Who Should Get Tested?
Insulin resistance is a condition where the body’s cells don’t respond well to insulin, a hormone that regulates blood sugar. Over time, this can lead to higher blood sugar levels and may increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and other health complications. An insulin resistance score can help identify the condition before it progresses.