Laboratory tests can help determine a diagnosis, plan treatment, check to see if treatment is working, or monitor the disease over time.
Complete Blood Count this test is the most common blood test performed. It measures the types and number of cells in the blood, Including red and white blood cells and platelets. This test is used to determine general health status, screen for disorders and evaluate nutritional status. It can help evaluate symptoms such as weakness, fatigue and bruising, and can help diagnose conditions such as anemia, leukemia, malaria and infection. Urinalysis Often the first lab test performed, this is a general screening test used to check for early signs of diseases. It may also be used to monitor diabetes or Kidney disease Liver Panel Liver function tests are blood tests that measures different enzymes, proteins, and other substances made by the liver. The test check the overall health of the liver. Renal Test Kidney function tests are urine or blood tests that evaluate how well your kidneys are working. Most of these tests measure glomerular filtration rate(GFR). GFR assesses how efficiently your kidneys clear waste from your system. Viral load Your viral load gives you an idea of how much of the HIV or Hepatic virus in your system. Hepatitis B Profile Testing for hepatitis B provides information about a current or past infection with HBV. Hepatitis B testing is performed on a blood sample. Testing may be used to diagnose hepatitis B, to assess its severity, and to determine whether a person has immunity to this disease. Semen Analysis Semen analysis is a test of a man’s sperm and semen. Also known as a sperm count or male fertility test, Its results show how many sperm are released, as well as how they’re shaped and how well they move. Hormonal Tests