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    • Comprehensive Diabetes Profile

      Use:  The Comprehensive Diabetes Panel is a screening of your blood for elevated blood sugar and other conditions associated with Diabetes Mellitus. This profile can be used to diagnose Diabetes Mellitus or it can be...

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    • Diabetic Screening Profile

      Use:  This profile includes the Serum Glucose Test and the Hemoglobin A1c test to determine a diabetic or prediabetic condition.   Recommended For: Those who have a family history of diabetes and suspect they...

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    • Glucose, Serum

      Use:  Serum glucose is necessary to diagnose, screen and monitor treatment of diabetes. Levels of glucose are elevated in diabetics and may be low in case of inappropriate diabetic treatment or while fasting/dieting...

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    • Insulin, Free and Total, Serum

      Use: The lack of insulin causes the level of sugar in your blood to become abnormally high. When your body does not have enough insulin, it is hard for sugar to enter your cells.   Sugar builds up in the blood. Too...

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    • Microalbumin: Creatinine Ratio, Random Urine

      Use: This test measures the levels of albumin in the urine and is useful in managing patients who are in the early stages of Diabetes in order to avoid or delay diabetic renal disease.  This test also is used to detect...

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    • Basic Diabetes Profile

      Use: This panel is used for routine follow up survey of your diabetic condition. This panel includes the most common follow up tests used to evaluate control of your disease and some associated conditions. This diabetes...

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    • C-Peptide, Serum

      Use: The principal use of C-peptide is in the evaluation of hypoglycemia. Patients with insulin-secreting neoplasms have high levels of both C-peptide and endogenous insulin; in contrast, patients with factitious...

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    • Arginine Vasopressin (AVP, Antidiuretic Hormone)

      Use: This tests helps detect, diagnose, and determine the cause of antidiuretic hormone (ADH) deficiency or excess. It is used to investigate low blood sodium levels (hyponatremia) and to distinguish between the two types...

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    • Microalbumin, Random Urine (without Creatinine)

      Use: This test is used to used to look for early renal disease in diabetic patients.   Recommended For: Those with diabetes   Special Notes: No special preparation is necessary prior to sample...

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    • Chloride, Serum

      Use: You can find chloride measurements used in treatment or the diagnosis of metabolic and electrolyte disorders such as diabetic acidosis or cystic fibrosis.    Recommended For:   Special...

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    • Carnitine, LC/MS/MS

      Use: This test is used to measure the amount of carnitine in your blood, assessing how much usable carnitine you have.  Carnitine is a compound that exists in almost every part of your body and helps your body digest...

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      Diabetes Detection and Management

      Did you know that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported 29.1 million people are living with diabetes in the United States? What’s even more shocking is 8.1 million don’t know they have it because they haven’t been diagnosed.

      Diabetes mellitus, commonly known as diabetes, is a group of diseases that affect how your body processes blood sugar. This sugar is referred to as glucose, which is your body and brain’s main source of energy and fuel. If you have diabetes, then that means you have too much glucose in your blood, which can lead to serious health issues.

      There are two types of Diabetes. Type 1 Diabetes is also known as juvenile diabetes because it is usually diagnosed in children and young adults. The body does not produce insulin, which is a hormone required to convert sugar, starches and other food into energy for your body to use. Type 2 Diabetes is the more common type, where insulin resistance occurs. Your body doesn’t use insulin correctly, which results in abnormal glucose levels. This means your body does not use insulin correctly.

      Some of the symptoms associated with both types of diabetes are feeling thirsty; feeling extremely hungry; losing weight; feeling tired, weak and irritable; having blurry vision; having sores that heal slowly; and frequently getting gum, skin or vaginal infections. You may also urinate frequently and pass ketones in the urine, which are a result of the muscle and breaking down when there is an insufficient amount of insulin.

      Personalabs offers the tools for diabetes detection and management. You can choose a Hemoglobin A1c test, which can tell you your blood sugar levels over a period of time. You can also choose the Basic Diabetes Profile as a follow-up to monitor your condition if you have already been diagnosed with diabetes.

      Diabetes can lead to serious health complications so it is important to get tested. Altering your diet and treating diabetes early can help prevent these complications. So get tested with Personalabs today!

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