Std testing? MMR Panel IGg (Mumps, Measles, Rubella): This test is used to check the immunity status of an individual against Mumps, Measles, and Rubella. A blood sample is required to perform this test. The presence of certain antibodies provides us with information on whether this individual is immune or Vaccinated. Varicella-Zoster Virus Antibody IGg This test is performed to check your recent exposure or immunity against the Varicella Zoster virus which causes Chicken Pox in an individual. We do measure the IGg antibodies in blood to predict the status of an individual.

How to Interpret the results? The normal range for transferrin is 170 to 370 mg/dl. If you have a higher amount, you may have iron-deficiency anemia. If you have a lower level, you may have another problem, such as liver disease and hemolytic anemia. For Iron, the normal levels are generally between 35.5 and 44.9 percent for adult women and 38.3 to 48.6 percent for adult men. Deranged levels should be consulted immediately with a health care practitioner.

Glycosylated Hemoglobin Level: It is an average level of blood glucose in the blood over a time of two to three months. It is the most common diabetes test ordered globally by the health care practitioner. A blood sample is required to perform this test. It is the most accurate and authentic test that helps us to diagnose diabetes and its status. Read even more info at How much does it cost to get blood work done without insurance.

Who and Why should you take these tests? Regular Monitoring of liver and function is mandatory to prevent the long term pathologies like malignancy and Organ failures. Many times these tests are proved as first-line screening tests for the liver and kidney pathologies. Secondly for every four people in the United States of America, one is suffering from liver or kidney disorder. Liver and Kidney Disease can affect us in the following ways: They are the vital organs and their failure led to comprised functions and eventually death of an individual.

Who Needs Bloodwork? We all do at some point. Whether you just want an overall health check and would like to know your blood level numbers, or want to check for STD’s or other possible ailments and want to do it in a confidential way…we are here to help! This works very well for patients with no health insurance, and in some cases, even for people who do have insurance, as there are certain restrictions with any insurance policy. Such as how many times they will cover blood work. When you need a blood test, we are here to make the process easy, and at an affordable price. Currently we don’t accept insurance, but our tests are very inexpensive; in many cases up to 80% of what you would otherwise pay out of pocket. Find extra information on