• 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
  • Insulin

    This test is used to measure the amount of insulin in the blood in other to establish insulin resistance and diabetes.
    $50
  • Insulin Diabetes Antibodies

    This test is used to detect the presence of insulin diabetes antibodies in the blood in order to establish which type of diabetes a person has. Also Known As: GAD65 Antibodies
    $390
  • Microalbumin, Urine Random (without Creatinine)

    This is a sensitive test that can be performed to pick up early renal failure or kidney damage and can be used as a screening tool in the clinical setting for people with diabetes and high blood pressure who are prone to getting kidney issues.
    $39
  • Microalbumin:Creatinine Ratio, Urine

    This is a sensitive test that can be performed to pick up early renal failure or kidney damage and can be used as a screening tool in the clinical setting for people with diabetes and high blood pressure who are prone to getting kidney issues. Also Known As: Albumin:Creatinine Ratio
    $58
  • Triglycerides

    Serum triglyceride analysis has proven useful in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with diabetes mellitus, nephrosis, liver obstruction, other diseases involving lipid metabolism, and various endocrine disorders. In conjunction with high density lipoprotein and total serum cholesterol, a triglyceride determination provides valuable information for the assessment of coronary heart disease risk.
    $48