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METABOLIC BUNDLE

The Metabolic bundle will help assess the functioning of the pancreas, the liver, the kidneys and the bone structure. These tests can help diagnose most metabolic disorders which can lead to obesity, hypertension, diabetes, and circulatory diseases.

METABOLIC BUNDLE
  • MorphologyTest which helps assess the general health state of the patient based on the number and appearance of different type of cells – i.e. red, white and plates. One of the first symptoms of many diseases are changes in blood morphology – this is why this test can be a big step towards diagnosing anaemia, viral infections, bacterial infections, immunological inefficiencies, coagulation disorders and others.
  • General urine testThis test is a valuable source of information on the state of kidneys and a possible infection of urinary or genitourinary system.
  • glucoseis an elementary test for diagnosing diabetes and monitoring the treatment.
  • Lipidogramthis profile consists of 4 parameters, which are used to assess the state of lipid economy and are necessary to determine the risk of development of illnesses of the circulatory system.
  • Liver testsa set of test fully reflecting the functioning of the liver and bile ducts.
  • Urine acida consequence of increased concentration of uric acid in serum is uric acid deposition in the joints and, or the liver. Increased concentration is also observed with metabolic disorders.
  • CreatinineUsing this parameter we can calculate GFR – the speed of kidney filtration which indicates the level of kidney efficiency.
  • Electrolytes (Na and K)recognising disorders of water-electrolyte balance occurring along kidney diseases or dehydration.
  • Total calcium (Ca)test helpful in assessing the state of the mineral economy that is directly related to the state of the bones. It is an entry test towards osteoporosis diagnostics.
  • AlbuminIs a test helpful in diagnostics of kidney and liver diseases.
  • Magnesium (Mg)main symptoms of magnesium deficiency is arrhythmia, increased nervomuscular excitability and general physical and mental fatigue.
  • Total proteindetermining the level of total proteins is helpful in diagnosing diseases of the liver, the kidneys and the intestine.
  • Total bilirubinis a basis for diagnostics and control of the course of hepatitis. It is helpful in assessment of liver and bile duct functioning.
  • Ireon (Fe)Incorrect, low level of iron can result from insufficient iron supply or trouble with iron assimilation. Insufficient iron levels can may indicate anaemia