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Heart and Stroke

  • Lipid Panel with LDL/HDL Ratio Blood Test

    Use: This lipid panel with LDL/HDL ratio measures your total cholesterol, triglyceride levels and HDL and LDL cholesterol to help you evaluate if you are at risk for heart disease. Usually, a higher HDL:LDL Ratio...

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  • Lipid Panel Blood Test

    Use: The Lipid Panel is used to evaluate hyperlipidemia (an abnormally high concentration of fats or lipids in the blood) as an index to heart disease.   Recommended For: Those who wish to check if they...

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  • C-Reactive Protein CRP , Quantitative Blood Test

    Use: This test helps diagnose infections or diseases that cause inflammation, cardiovascular disease, inflammatory bowel disease, pelvic inflammatory disease, arthritis and lupus.  The C-Reactive Protein is a protein...

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  • C-Reactive Protein (cardiac CRP), High Sensitivity Blood Test

    Use:  C-reactive protein is used as an indicator for a wide range of disorders like inflammatory disease, autoimmune disorders, and chronic infections. It is interpreted in conjunction with other markers or tests, never...

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  • Homocysteine Blood Test

    Use:  Homocysteine is an amino acid normally found in small amounts in the blood. However, high levels of homocysteine in the blood may promote plaque buildup in blood vessels that may, over time, lead to serious...

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  • Coronary Risk Profile Blood Test

    Use: This Coronary Risk Profile measures all the different kinds of lipids found in the blood.  The three kinds of lipids are LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, and triglycerides.   This heart blood test...

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  • Cholesterol Follow-Up Blood Test

    Use: The Cholesterol Follow-Up was created for patients taking Statins or Cholesterol lowering medications.  This is the "Simple Blood Test" that the commercials recommend to ensure the medication is not causing any...

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  • Magnesium Blood Test

    Use: This test is used primarily to evaluate magnesium deficiency. Magnesium deficiency produces neuromuscular disorders. It may cause weakness, tremors, tetany, and convulsions. Hypomagnesemia is associated with...

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  • Comprehensive Lipid Screening Blood Test

    Use:  The Comprehensive Lipid Profile is a selection of tests that screen your blood for vascular inflammation and abnormal lipid levels.   Vascular inflammation is a condition that is associated with coronary...

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  • Creatine Kinase (CK) Blood Test

    Use:  Blood levels of CK rise when your muscle or heart cells are injured. Your doctor may request measurement of CK (along with tests for other substances, particularly the...

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  • Lactic Acid Dehydrogenase LDH Blood Test

    Use: Lactic acid dehydrogenase is an enzyme whose levels are elevated in case of any tissue damage/ injury. It is used to assess an acute heart attack or chronic inflammatory conditions of kidney or liver. Recommended...

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  • Aldosterone Blood Test

    Use: The Aldosterone test measures the levels of Aldosterone (hormone produced by adrenal glands) in your blood.   Recommended For: Individuals with high blood pressure, low pottassium and those who would like to...

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  • Lipoprotein a Blood Test

    Use:  This test is used for measurement of lipoprotein (a) is now recommended in several patient subgroups for whom excess lipoprotein (a) may have important clinical consequences: (1) patients with premature...

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  • Apolipoprotein B Blood Test

    Use:  Apolipoprotein B is the major protein component of low density lipids (LDL cholesterol). It is known to be a major risk factor for atherosclerosis which in turn is the leading cause for heart attack. Recommended...

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  • Cardio IQ® Advanced Lipid Panel

    Use: This Lipid Panel is used to detect, classify and monitor those with hyperlipidemia, a condition where there are high levels of fat particles (lipids) in the blood. It is used to assess one's risk of developing...

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  • B-Type Natriuretic Peptide Blood Test

    Use: Support a diagnosis of congestive heart failure (CHF). B-type natriuretic peptide (BNP), also referred to as brain natriuretic peptide, is a member of a family of structurally similar peptide hormones that includes...

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    Heart and Stroke

    Do you know what the leading cause of death is in the United States?

    Heart Disease

    Heart disease, also known as cardiovascular disease, is defined as a series of conditions that affect your heart. These conditions include coronary artery disease, arrhythmias (heart rhythm problems), and congenital heart defects (heart defects you’re born with). The blood vessels become blocked causing a heart attack, chest pain or stroke.

    Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the United States. When you don’t get enough blood supply to part of your brain, depriving brain tissue of oxygen and nutrients, a stroke occurs and your brain cells begin to die. Know what signs to look for in people who are having a stroke. Signs include trouble speaking or understanding, paralysis or numbness of the face, arm or leg, vision trouble (one or both eyes), severe headache and trouble walking.

    Some symptoms of cardiovascular disease can include angina (chest pain); shortness of breath; neck, jaw, throat, back or upper abdomen pain; numbness or weakness or feeling cold in the legs or arms; and abnormal heartbeats. Dizziness, feeling light-headed and extreme fatigue may also occur.

    The good news is, heart disease can be prevented by modifying some of your lifestyle choices. High blood pressure, high cholesterol, cigarette smoking, diabetes, poor diet and physical inactivity and overweight and obesity are all risk factors that lead to heart disease. Some things you can do to lower your risk of cardiovascular disease are quit smoking, control your blood sugar, check your cholesterol, maintain a healthy weight, eat healthy foods, exercise and manage stress levels.

    Personalabs offers various tests to check the status of your heart such as a lipid profile to measure the fats in your blood and assess your risk for heart disease; a C-reactive protein (CRP) test that will tell you if there is inflammation somewhere in your body and can also evaluate your risk for cardiovascular disease; a fibrinogen test to check the levels of this protein that helps your blood to clot; and a lipoprotein (a) test if you have a family history of heart disease.

    Find out the condition of your heart today!