Blood type is important in pregnancy and when a blood transfusion is needed.
If you have anemia, this panel can help determine potential iron or vitamin deficiency causes.
High levels of this enzyme can be found in sarcoidosis, hepatitis, and multiple myeloma.
This biochemical marker is used in the detection and monitoring of congestive heart failure.
Measures the amount of white and red blood cells; useful in detecting anemia or leukemia.
Measures blood sugar, calcium, protein, and electrolytes; also checks liver and kidney function.
An enzyme found in heart and skeletal muscle; elevated levels may indicate damage to these.
Ferritin stores unused iron in the body, and its level correlates with iron deficiency, or excess.
Our most popular test! Includes kidney, liver, thyroid function, cholesterol, and much more.
High levels of this amino acid are associated with heart attack, stroke, and vascular disease.
Measures total and HDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and also provides an estimate of LDL cholesterol.
This panel consists of a Health eCheck, a Hemoglobin A1c, and a Prostate Specific Antigen cancer screen.
Low levels of this protein that transports iron in the blood indicate iron deficiency.
This panel consists of a Health eCheck, a Hemoglobin A1c, and a CA-125 Ovarian cancer screen.