These help identify potential problems before they become more troublesome. (A 10- to 12-hour fast is required for some tests.)
General Health/Wellness Profile
Kidney and Liver Function, Cholesterol Profile, Complete Blood Count, Electrolytes, and Glucose
Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, Triglycerides, Risk Ratio and Glucose
This detects high concentrations, which may indicate an increased risk of cardiovascular and peripheral vascular disease.
This amino acid, if found in high concentrations, can damage blood vessels and lead to plaque build-up and eventual blockage.
Thyroid Profile (T3, T4, T7, TSH)
This measures the production of thyroid. These test are useful in measuring thyroid gland function as well as monitoring the treatment of thyroid disease.
This is used to detect possible prostate cancer. Abnormal values may also indicate benign enlargement or inflammation of the prostate gland and must be evaluated in conjunction with a prostate exam by your doctor.
This test is used to monitor diabetes treatment and provides an accurate average glucose level for the 3-month period before the test.