|Basic Wellness Screening: CBC, CMP, UA, Lipid, TSH
The Basic Wellness Screening is the best and most commonly used screening to evaluate an individual’s overall health status. The Basic Wellness Screening is utilized in routine physical’s in addition, other testing may be required depending on an individual’s risk factors and biological sex.
Complete Blood Count (CBC):
Measures and evaluates the white blood cells (leukocytes), red blood cells (erythrocytes), and platelets (thrombocytes) that circulate in the blood. The CBC test is useful for diagnosing conditions such as anemia, infections, leukemia, and bleeding disorders.
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP):
Measures the levels of electrolytes in the body, the function of the liver, kidneys, and provides the status of an individual’s metabolism. CMP is a very common screening to diagnose diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease and hypertension.
Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone (TSH):
Evaluates the function of the thyroid and helps diagnose thyroid disorders such as hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. Thyroid disorders are very common and according to many statistics one in eight women will develop a thyroid disorder at some time in her life.
Routine test to help diagnose and screen for various diseases and conditions such as diabetes, kidney disease, high blood pressure and more. A urinalysis is also the most requested drug screening required of an individual before they are hired by an employer.
Commonly known as the Lipid Panel, this test assesses the risk of an individual developing cardiovascular disease. Also, utilized to monitor the effectiveness of treatment for cardiovascular diseases. Fasting is required before testing.
The Physical Screening is a common screening for both adults and children. The standard physical screening evaluates an individual’s blood pressure, heart rate, and respiratory rate. Please note technicians will request information regarding an individual’s current medications, supplements, allergies, health changes, health history, and recent surgeries.
The Immunization/Vaccination Panel involves three tests used to confirm immunity to certain infectious diseases. Most health care facilities, schools, and jobs require proof of testing completion for each of these tests prior to interacting within their environments.
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR): Determines an individual’s immunity to Measles, Mumps, and Rubella by measuring antibody levels. Also, used to diagnose MMR.
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg): Screens for the Hepatitis B virus as well as confirm immunity to the virus through the presence of the Hepatitis B antibodies and antigens.
Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV): Determines an individual’s immunity to Chickenpox (children) and Shingles (adults) by measuring antibody levels. Immunity is noted through the development of IgG antibodies.
|Acute Hepatitis Panel
The Acute Hepatitis Panel is used to detect and diagnose an infection of the three most common hepatitis viruses. Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C. Vaccines can protect against Hepatitis A & B but there are no vaccines available for Hepatitis C, D, or E.
Screens for IgM antibodies in the blood. The transmission has been linked to the consuming of contaminated food or water.
Screens for the Hepatitis B virus as well as confirm immunity to the virus through the presence of the Hepatitis B antibodies and antigens. The transmission has been linked to drug use (sharing of contaminated needles), unprotected sexual encounters, and healthcare workers exposed to infected blood.
Screens and helps diagnose an infection of the Hepatitis C virus as well as help monitor virus treatment. The transmission has been linked to recipients of infected blood procedures, drug usage, HIV infections, tattoos or piercings.
|ABO Group & Rh Type (ABO & Rh Type)
|Antinuclear Antibody (ANA)
|Cancer Antigen 125 (CA 125)
|Complete Blood Count (CBC)
|Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA)
|Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)
|C-Reactive Protein (CRP)
|Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate (DHEA-SO4)
Fibrinogen Activity:Measures the ability and function of fibrinogen to convert into insoluble fibrin.
Fibrinogen Antigen:Determines if decreased fibrinogen activity is caused by insufficient fibrinogen or dysfunctional fibrinogen.
|Free Triiodothyronine (Free T3)
|Free Thyroxine (Free T4)
|Follicle-stimulating Hormone (FSH)
|Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (Hep B)
|Hepatitis A (Hep A)
|Hepatitis C (Hep C)
|HcG Qualitative/Quantitative Pregnancy
|Cyclic Citrullinated Peptide Antibody (CCP)
|Immunoglobulins (IgA, IgG)
|Anti-extractable Nuclear (A/g)
|Extractable Nuclear Antigen Antibodies (Anti- SSA, Anti- SSB)
Helps determine the cause of infertility, track ovulation, determine placenta and fetal health, identify symptoms related to suggesting an ectopic pregnancy, and monitor progesterone therapy replacement effectiveness to support a pregnancy. Also, used to diagnose the cause of abnormal uterine bleeding.
|Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
Screens for prostate cancer and determines the need for a biopsy of the prostate. PSA is also used to monitor treatment for prostate cancer and monitor recurrence.
|Prothrombin Time & International Normalized Ratio (PT/INR)
|Rheumatoid Factor (RF)
|Partial Thromboplastin Time & Prothrombin Test (PTT/PT)
|Testosterone (Free & Total)
|Throat Culture (Strep Test)
|Thyroid Peroxidase Antibody (TPO)
|Vitamin B12 & Folate
|Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) Antibodies to Early Antigen, IgG
A test used to diagnose the mononucleosis viral infection common in young adults and adolescents.
|Lyme Disease A/b Quantitative IgM
|Varicella Zoster V A/B IgG
|Candida virus A/b IgG
|Celiac Disease A/B Screen
|Troponin Heart Protein Test
|Coenzyme Q10, (Total)