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Rapid Diagnostic Panel

Get a snapshot of essential body markers

  • 15 min
  • 85 British pounds
  • 305 Neasden Lane, London NW10 1QR, UK

Service Description

BIOMARKERS -- AST -- CK -- CK-MB -- LDH -- α-HBDH -- GLU -- AMY -- UA -- CRE -- K+ -- Na+ -- Cl- -- CO2 Sample: BLOOD Results: 4 HRS Phlebotomy fee: £15 Code: CLINICAL ABOUT MARKERS AST: Aspartate Aminotransferase, an enzyme found in the liver and other tissues. Elevated levels may indicate liver or muscle damage. CK: Creatine Kinase, an enzyme found in muscles, heart, and brain. Elevated levels may indicate muscle damage or heart attack. CK-MB: Creatine Kinase-MB, a subtype of CK found primarily in heart muscle. Elevated levels may indicate heart muscle damage. LDH: Lactate Dehydrogenase, an enzyme found in many tissues, including the heart, liver, and muscles. Elevated levels may indicate tissue damage. α-HBDH: Alpha-Hydroxybutyrate Dehydrogenase, an enzyme found in heart and liver tissues. Elevated levels may indicate heart or liver damage. GLU: Glucose, a sugar that serves as a primary source of energy for the body's cells. Fasting glucose is a primary test for diagnosing prediabetes and diabetes. Random glucose (non-fasting) is used as a screening tool to identify potential diabetes based on a single blood sugar level. Random sugar is not a definitive diagnosis but can be a red flag for further investigation. AMY: Amylase, an enzyme produced by the pancreas to aid in the digestion of carbohydrates. Elevated levels may indicate pancreatitis or other pancreatic disorders. UA: Uric Acid, a waste product formed from the breakdown of purines. Elevated levels may indicate gout or kidney dysfunction. CRE: Creatinine, a waste product of muscle metabolism. Elevated levels may indicate kidney dysfunction. K+: Potassium, an electrolyte important for nerve and muscle function. Elevated level can cause muscle weakness, fatigue, irregular heartbeat, tingling or numbness and paralysis (in severe cases). Low level of potassium can also cause muscle weakness, cramps, fatigue, constipation and irregular heartbeat. Na+: Sodium, an electrolyte important for fluid balance and nerve function. Elevated level can cause thirst, headache, fatigue, weakness, muscle cramps and in some case seizures. Low levels can also lead to headache, nausea, weakness and seizures. Cl-: Chloride, an electrolyte important for fluid balance and acid-base balance. CO2: Carbon Dioxide, a measure of the amount of bicarbonate in the blood, important for acid-base balance. DIAGNOSIS - Kidney problem - Gout - Diabetes - Pancreatic issues - Muscles damage - Liver damage


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Contact Details

  • 305 Neasden Lane, London NW10 1QR, UK


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