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In India, thousands of people are diagnosed with this condition almost every day. Diagnosis of diabetes at the right stage can prevent many complications arising from it. A diabetes test is a blood test that measures fasting and postprandial blood glucose levels in the body. It is highly recommended for people who have a family history of diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, lead a sedentary lifestyle, are smokers, or are obese. In addition to this, this test can also be used to monitor the effectiveness of treatment in patients already diagnosed with diabetes.
Lipids are the fats and fatty substances that circulate in the blood and are stored in tissues. They are produced by the body and are also used by the body as a source of energy. While lipids are essential to keep the body functioning normally, lipid disorders like high cholesterol, high LDL, and low HDL might lead to life-threatening conditions like heart attacks, strokes, coronary artery disease, etc. All these abnormalities do not produce any symptoms or warning signs. Hence, the need for routine lipid profile tests is stressed for everyone, especially for the high-risk population.
A high TSH level above 5.0 mU/L indicates an underactive thyroid, also known as hypothyroidism. This means your body is not producing enough thyroid hormone.
There is nothing you need to do to prepare for the BUN test. However, many times, your doctor will order other blood tests that do require you to fast (not eat or drink) in addition to the BUN tests. Ask your doctor if you need to fast before getting your blood work.
Kidney function tests comprises blood tests and urine examination test to evaluate how well the kidneys are functioning and helps to evaluate the kidneys’ ability to filter waste and fluid from the blood. Blood tests for kidney function measure the levels of electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride), Creatinine, Urea, Uric acid, Proteins, Calcium, etc. Urine tests are performed to check for any abnormalities in urine. Chronic renal failure is a condition involving a decrease in the kidney’s ability to filter waste and fluid from the blood. A Chronic condition implies that the condition develops over a long period of time and is not reversible. Diabetes and Hypertension are the two major causes of Renal failure. So periodic blood testing can prevent any such chronic condition.
The burden of cardiovascular disease (CVD) continues to rise in developing countries such as India. The contribution of CVD (especially ischemic heart disease) to the disease burden has doubled since 1990. Hence, there is an immediate need for prevention and control of the rising disease burden through appropriate measures such as periodic screening of cardiovascular risk factors. high-sensitivity Troponin I is the only CE-approved cardiac-specific marker for risk stratification that accurately predicts the risk of future cardiac events in asymptomatic individuals, thus identifying at-risk individuals that may eventually help in the reduction of the existing cardiovascular disease burden. In asymptomatic males, hs Troponin I below 6 pg/mL is considered low risk, and hs Troponin I above 12 pg/mL is considered high risk. Similarly, in asymptomatic females, hs Troponin I below 4 pg/ml is considered low risk, and value hs Troponin I above 10 pg/ml is considered high risk.
Glycosylated Hemoglobin is a blood test done to diagnose pre-diabetes and diabetes. In people diagnosed with Diabetes, this test is used to monitor the effectiveness of treatment. This blood test detects the average blood sugar levels in a person over the past three months.
CA125 is a tumor marker used in the diagnosis of ovarian cancer in high-risk women. This test also helps in monitoring response to therapy in women diagnosed with ovarian cancer, detecting recurrence of ovarian cancer, and also for prognosis. There are many other clinical conditions besides ovarian cancer in which the levels of CA125 can be elevated, such as endometriosis, acute peritonitis, acute pelvic inflammatory disease, etc. CA125 levels in women decrease with age and the onset of menopause.
PSA (Prostate-specific antigen) is a protein produced by both cancerous and non-cancerous tissue of the prostate in males. PSA test is a blood test that measures the level of circulating PSA in the blood, and high levels of PSA in the blood may indicate either prostate hyperplasia or prostate cancer.
The Iron studies test measures the amount of iron in the blood. This test is done mainly to diagnose anemia due to iron deficiency in a routine health check-up, to determine iron deficiency or overload in the body, and to determine the capacity of the blood to transport iron. Nutritional anemia due to iron deficiency is the most common cause of anemia. According to the National Family Health Survey, in India, more than 50 percent of children, women of reproductive age, and pregnant women suffer from anemia, making it a large-scale public health problem.