Find Out the Average Cost of Medical Procedures in Atlanta, GA

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Hemoglobin Test

This test measures the amount of hemoglobin (a protein that carries oxygen) in your blood.




$3.00
Total Cholesterol Test

This test measures the level of all cholesterol in the blood. It does not give a breakdown of the different types of cholesterol.




$4.00
Urinalysis - Automated Urine Test

This test uses a machine to check for abnormal levels of various substances in the urine (e.g., glucose (sugar), blood, and protein).




$4.00
Urinalysis - Manual Urine Test

This test includes an examination of a urine sample by sight, dipstick (paper strip) and microscope.




$5.00
Blood in Stool Test

This test checks to see if there is any hidden blood in the stool. It is one method of screening for colorectal cancer.




$5.00
Hematocrit Test

This test measures the portion of your blood that is made of up red blood cells.




$5.00
Sed Rate - ESR Test

This test is used to help measure of the degree of inflammation in the body.




$6.00
Fasting Blood Glucose Test

This test measures the blood level of glucose (sugar) after not eating for at least eight hours.




$7.00
Mononucleosis Test

This test checks to see if you are infected with the virus that causes mononucleosis, or "mono."




$7.00
HIV Antibody-1 Test

This test determines if a person's blood has antibodies to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1).




$8.00


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