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How laboratory tests work in IV Concierge
Our lab tests will help diagnose diseases, deficiencies, imbalances, and abnormalities in your blood chemistry. It will also show if your diet is providing all your needed nutrients.
Our licensed nurse will draw lab samples at your location. These samples will be sent to our lab where our experts will examine and interpret the results for you. Also, we will send the interpreted results via email for your convenience.
IV Concierge serves as the express lane for all your needed lab tests. We have industry-standard equipment and partnerships with major local laboratories.
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Why choose IV Concierge to perform your blood test
Your wellness is our #1 priority at IV Concierge.
We provide accurate and professional laboratory tests with quick results and unbeatable customer service.
A Complete Blood Count (CBC) is conducted to check if your white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets are within the normal range. Lower or higher than normal results can point to conditions like anemia, infection, bone marrow disorders, leukemia, etc. To perform this test, we will draw your blood sample and send it to our laboratory.
A comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) is a test performed to examine 14 different substances in your bloodstream. This includes your glucose, sodium, calcium, potassium, carbon dioxide, chloride, etc. The results of this test will show whether you have metabolic problems like diabetes, hypertension, or kidney disease.
Lipid Panel is a test that checks your cardiovascular health. It measures your cholesterol, HDL (“good” cholesterol), LDL (“bad” cholesterol), and triglycerides. The results of this test will determine your risk for cardiovascular problems like stroke, heart attack, and heart disease.
A magnesium test measures the amount of magnesium (an electrolyte) in your body. A very low magnesium level can be a sign of diabetes, preeclampsia for pregnant women, malnutrition, digestive disorders, etc. Meanwhile, very high magnesium levels can point to problems like kidney disease, Addison’s disease, or medication overuse.
A c-reactive protein test is conducted to measure your body’s c-reactive protein (CRP) levels. CRP is produced by the liver at high levels whenever there’s an inflammation in your body. This test can also help diagnose sepsis, autoimmune disorders, fungal infections, and inflammatory bowel disease.
The Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH) test examines the amount of hemoglobin in each of your red blood cells. An MCH test is conducted as part of a complete blood count (CBC). Both high and low MCH results can be a sign of a specific type of anemia.
The Red Cell Distribution Width (RDW) test examines the differences in your red blood cell’s size and volume. A substantial difference in the size of your red blood cells might be a sign of a medical condition. This test can help diagnose conditions like anemia, diabetes, thalassemia, infections, etc.
The alanine transaminase (ALT) test is done to measure the ALT levels in your bloodstream. Very high ALT levels could mean that you may have liver problems. This test can help determine liver diseases early.
A glucose test measures your blood sugar levels. Very high glucose levels can be a sign of diabetes or issues with your adrenal glands or pancreas. Meanwhile, low glucose levels can be also a sign of diabetes, liver disease, or alcohol use disorder.
Thyroid blood tests will check if your thyroid gland is functioning properly by measuring your thyroid hormones. This test can help diagnose conditions like hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, and Hashimoto’s disease. It can also help determine thyroid-related conditions, including thyroid nodule, goiter, tumors, and cancer.
A cholesterol test is part of a lipid panel that measures a type of fat in your bloodstream. For accurate results, patients have to undergo fasting for 9 to 12 hours prior to the drawing of samples. The results of this test can help determine your risk for cardiovascular problems.
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) tests are conducted to check your thyroid hormones. A result that’s too low or too high can indicate a potential thyroid problem. This test can help diagnose whether you have hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.