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B12 is an essential nutrient plays a crucial role in maintaining healthy nerve cells, supporting red blood cell production, and aiding in DNA synthesis. Deficiency in B12 can lead to fatigue, nerve damage, and anemia, while adequate levels are important for overall health and…Show more
Albumin is a type of protein in your blood that helps maintain fluid balance, transports substances in your body, and is produced by the liver.
The albumin/globulin ratio compares the levels of two types of proteins in your blood: albumin and globulins. Albumin is a specific protein, while globulins are a group of proteins that include antibodies and other important proteins for various functions in the body. An…Show more
ALP activity and osteocalcin levels will provide information about your bone metabolism.
(Alanine aminotransferase) is an enzyme present in the cytoplasm of cells of certain tissues such as liver cells. It is important for the formation and degradation of amino acids, and also plays a role in nitrogen metabolism, but also glucose.
Aspartate aminotransferase is another liver enzyme that is elevated when the liver cell - hepatocyte - is damaged. The most common causes of liver damage include ethanol (alcohol), fatty liver or viral hepatitis. Ureais the end product of nitrogen metabolism of amino acids. It…Show more
Basophils are granulocytes with a diameter of 10-12 micrometers, present in both bone marrow and peripheral blood. They have a irregularly segmented nucleus and dark purple granules in the cytoplasm that contain large amounts of heparin and histamine. Cytoplasm is pink with a…Show more
The absolute count is the conversion of the percentage of Basophils to the total number of leukocytes in the bloodstream.
CBC allows to detect anemia and thus impaired oxygen supply to tissues, exclude infection or malfunction of the immune system and suspect blood clotting disorders or the risk of blood clots.
Calcium is a mineral and also an essential building block of bones and teeth. It participates in the function of a number of enzymes, blood clotting, muscle function and the production and release of hormones.
Water forms the basis of the internal environment. Disturbances in water metabolism and fundamental ions (Na, K Cl) are common. Sodium is the main cation and binds the most water. The determination of sodium ions in the blood is used to detect hyponatremia or hypernatremia…Show more
Triglycerides and cholesterol levels, HDL and LDL are essential markers of fat metabolism. They depend among other on the diet received, physical activity and the functioning of the metabolism as a whole. CRP plays an important role in the development of atherosclerosis among…Show more
eGFR, or estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate, is a measurement used to estimate how well your kidneys are functioning. It provides an approximation of the amount of blood that passes through the tiny filters in the kidneys each minute. A higher eGFR indicates better kidney…Show more
Direct bilirubin has been processed by the liver and is ready to be eliminated from the body. Bilirubin is a yellowish pigment produced when red blood cells break down. It is processed by the liver and converted into direct bilirubin, which is then excreted through bile into the…Show more
Copper is a component of enzymes and involved in iron metabolism.
Creatinine is a protein (protein) that is produced by all cells of the human body. Creatinine excretion takes place exclusively by the kidneys and therefore allows the examination of the level of creatinine in the blood and the calculation of glomerular filtration to reveal…Show more
CRP plays an important role in the development of atherosclerosis among others in the expression of adhesion molecules recruitment of inflammatory cells and cholesterol uptake. Cholesterol uptake by Macrophages. For this reason, hsCRP determination can be used to assess…Show more
Our Diabetes Type 2 Profile can help determine your risk of diabetes by measuring a comprehensive set of parameters. Our comprehensive test examines fasting insulin, glucose (blood sugar) levels, and hemoglobin A1c to assess your risk of diabetes. Diabetes is a significant…Show more
Eosinophils are granulocytes with a diameter of 10-16 micrometers. They are present in the bone marrow and peripheral blood. Their nucleus is divided into two lobes (segments) connected by a filament bridge (shape of spectacles). The cytoplasm is pale, it contains round sandy…Show more
The absolute count is the conversion of the percentage of eosinophils to the total number of leukocytes in the bloodstream.
Estradiol is the main female sex hormone produced mainly by the ovaries, a small amount is also produced by the adrenal cortex; This hormone is important for the proper course of the menstrual cycle even in the first phase of pregnancy.
Folate is crucial for cell growth, DNA synthesis, and the production of red blood cells. The test helps determine if you have sufficient levels of folate, which is necessary for overall health, proper development of cells and tissues, and prevention of certain types of anemia.
Food intolerance is difficulty digesting certain foods and having an unpleasant physical reaction to them. Food intolerances affect your digestive system. People who suffer from an intolerance, or sensitivity, can’t break down certain foods. They develop gas, diarrhea and other…Show more