• Glucose, 2 Hour Postprandial

    The 2 hour Postprandial Glucose test may be used to screen for Diabetes mellitus. This test measures blood sugar levels 2 hours after a normal meal. Typically, the body produces insulin to help transport sugar which a person takes in when they eat.
    $79
  • Hematocrit

    This test is used to determine anemia by calculating indices. Anemia is caused by the shortage of iron in the body. The hematocrit measures the volume of red blood cells, is based on whole blood and therefore dependent on plasma volume. Also Known As: HCT, PCV (Packed Cell Volume)
    $34
  • Hemoglobin

    This test is used to determine anemia by calculating indices. Anemia is caused by the shortage of iron in the body. Hemoglobin (Hb) is the protein contained in red blood cells that is responsible for delivery of oxygen to the tissues. It is based on whole blood and therefore dependent on plasma volume. Also Known As: Hb, HgB
    $34
  • Hemoglobin A1C with eAG

    To assist with control of blood glucose levels, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) has recommended glycated hemoglobin testing (HbA1c) twice a year for patients with stable glycemia, and quarterly for patients with poor glucose control. This test also includes measurement of estimated average glucose (eAG), which indicates a person's average daily blood sugar level. Also Known As: A1C
    $36
  • Hemoglobin Electrophoresis

    Hemoglobin electrophoresis is a test that measures different concentrations of the types of normal and abnormal hemoglobin. Also Known As: Thalassemia, Sickle Cell
    $88
  • Hemoglobin Solubility

    Used to determine the presence of sickling hemoglobins. (e.g. hemoglobin-s, hemoglobin c-Harlem). It is important to detect Hb-S in order to determine which individuals are at risk of crisis when exposed to prolonged anoxia that may occur during surgery, athletic programs or high altitude conditions. Also Known As: Sickle Cell Test, Hgb Solubility
    $60
  • Iron

    This test helps to determine if there is a deficiency, as in anaemia, or if there is an overload, such as iron poisoning. Also Known As: Fe
    $29
  • Iron and Total Iron-binding Capacity

    This test, in combination with a serum iron test, is used to determine patients who have either iron deficiency or iron overload. Also Known As: TIBC, transferrin saturation, Unsaturated Iron-binding Capacity (UIBC)
    $32
  • Lead Profile

    This lead profile test measures lead and other things like zinc protoporphyrin in order to aid in the diagnosis of lead poisoning. Also Known As: Lead and Protoporphyrin, FEP/ZPP, Lead and Zinc
    $97
  • Lead, Blood (Adult)

    This test measures the amount of lead in the blood plasma in order to diagnose suspected lead toxicity. Also Known As: Pb Blood
    $50
  • Mercury Poisoning, Blood Test

    This test measures the amount of mercury in the blood plasma in order to diagnose suspected mercury toxicity. Also Known As: Hg Blood
    $100
  • Partial Thromboplastin Time, Activated

    This test is used in the evaluation of people who have unexplained bleeding or inappropriate clot formation, as well as to monitor the levels of blood thinner medication. Also Known As: PTT, aPTT
    $35
  • Porphobilinogen PBG Test, Random Urine

    This test measures the porphyrin in the urine to make a diagnosis of porphyria, a group of disorders categorized by enzyme deficiencies in the heme synthesis pathway.
    $97
  • Porphyrins Test

    This test measures the porphyrins in the feces to make a diagnosis of porphyria, a group of disorders categorized by enzyme deficiencies in the heme synthesis pathway. Also Known As: Coproporphyrin, Uroporphyrin
    $98
  • Prothrombin Time

    This test is used in the evaluation of people who have unexplained bleeding or inappropriate clot formation, as well as to monitor the levels of warfarin in order to determine warfarin toxicity. Also Known As: PT INR
    $34
  • Reticulocyte Count

    This test checks for reticulocyte percentage in blood. A high reticulocyte percentage can be due to things like anaemia and a low reticulocyte percentage can be due to bone marrow disorders or kidney disease. Also Known As: Retic
    $48