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This test is carried out during the first trimester of pregnancy and is used to assess the general health of a pregnant female, along with checking for infectious diseases like HIV, diabetes, thyroid and other genetically transferable diseases.

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• TSH • Australia Antigen (HBsAg) • Blood Group • Blood Sugar Fasting • Anti HCV • CBC Com • HIV I/II Antibodies • HB Electrophoresis • Urine Routine • VDRL - Syphilis Test Automated

Alkaline Phosphatase
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is an enzyme found in several tissues throughout the body. The highest concentrations of ALP are present in the cells that comprise bone and the liver. Elevated levels of ALP in the blood are most commonly caused by liver disease or bone disorders. This test measures the level of ALP in the blood.
v Blood Urea Nitrogen
Urea is a waste product formed in the liver when protein is metabolized into its component parts (amino acids) . This process produces ammonia, which is then converted into the less toxic waste product urea. This test measures the amount of urea nitrogen in the blood to evaluate the health of the kidneys to help diagnose kidney disease and to monitor the effectiveness of dialysis and other treatments related to kidney disease or damage.

Calcium is the most abundant and one of the most important minerals in the body. It is essential for cell signalling and the proper functioning of muscles, nerves, and the heart. Calcium is needed for blood clotting and is crucial for the formation, density, and maintenance of bones and teeth. This test measures the amount of calcium in the blood, which reflects the amount of total and ionized calcium in the body to screen, diagnose, and monitor a range of medical conditions.

The complete blood count (CBC) is a test that evaluates the cells that circulate in the blood. Blood consists of three types of cells suspended in a fluid called plasma: white blood cells (WBCs), red blood cells (RBCs), and platelets (PLTs). This test is done to determine the general health status; to screen for, diagnose, or monitor any one of a variety of diseases and conditions that affect blood cells.

Creatinine is a waste product produced by muscles from the breakdown of a compound called creatine. Creatinine is removed from the body by the kidneys, which filter almost all of it from the blood and release it into the urine. This test measures the amount of creatinine in the blood and/or urine and evaluates the health of the kidneys by identifying any damage to or swelling of blood vessels in the kidneys.

Electrolytes are minerals that are found in body tissues and blood in the form of dissolved salts. This test is used to identify an electrolyte, fluid, or pH imbalance (acidosis or alkalosis) due to conditions like dehydration, kidney disease, lung diseases, or heart conditions.

Phosphorus is a mineral that combines with other substances to form organic and inorganic phosphate compounds. The terms phosphorus and phosphate are often used interchangeably when talking about testing, but it is the amount of inorganic phosphate in the blood that is measured with a serum phosphorus/phosphate test. This test is done to evaluate the level of phosphorus in your blood and to aid in the diagnosis of conditions known to cause abnormally high or low levels of phosphorus

Proteins are important building blocks of all cells and tissues; they are important for body growth, development, and health. They form the structural part of most organs and make up enzymes and hormones that regulate body functions. This test measures the total amount of the various types of proteins in the liquid (serum or plasma) portion of the blood and to screen for and help diagnose certain liver and kidney disorders as well as other diseases

Uric Acid
Uric acid is produced by the breakdown of purines. Purines are nitrogen-containing compounds found in the cells of the body, including the DNA. Higher than normal uric acid levels in the blood is called hyperuricemia and can be caused by producing too much uric acid in the body or the inability of the kidneys to adequately remove enough uric acid from the body.

Urine Routine
A urine test is used to assess bladder or kidney infections, diabetes, dehydration and preeclampsia by screening for high levels of sugars, proteins, ketones and bacteria. As hypertension affects the overall health of an individual, this test is done to access the health of kidneys and other organs of the body.

The bicarbonate test is a part of an electrolyte panel to help detect, evaluate, and monitor electrolyte imbalances and/or acid-base (pH) imbalances (acidosis or alkalosis).


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