This test measures the portion of your blood that is made of up red blood cells.
This test measures the blood level of glucose (sugar) after not eating for at least eight hours.
This test measures the level of aspartate aminotransferase (AST), a liver enzyme, in your blood.
This test measures the level of all cholesterol in the blood. It does not give a breakdown of the different types of cholesterol.
This test includes an examination of a urine sample by sight, dipstick (paper strip) and microscope.
This is a procedure that involves taking blood from a vein for various types of testing.
This test uses a machine to check for abnormal levels of various substances in the urine (e.g., glucose (sugar), blood, and protein).
This test measures the level of amylase in the blood, urine or abdominal fluid. Amylase is an enzyme that helps break down carbohydrates.
This test measures the amount of protein in a twenty-four hour urine sample.
This involves taking a small amount of blood from the tip of a finger, ear lobe or heel.
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