Screens for the three most common viruses that are known to cause acute hepatitis: A, B, and C.
This enzyme converts starch into sugar, and high levels can suggest inflammation of the pancreas.
Measures blood sugar, calcium, protein, and electrolytes; also checks liver and kidney function.
IgM antibodies to the Hepatitis A virus suggest a current or recent Hepatitis A viral infection.
Looks for IgM antibodies to the core portion of the Hepatitis B virus circulating in the bloodstream.
Measures the total amount of antibodies that suggest infection or prior vaccination with the Hepatitis A virus.
If you’ve been vaccinated against the Hepatitis B virus, this test will tell you if you’re still immune.
This enzyme digests fats in the GI tract, and high levels can suggest inflammation of the pancreas.