CMP, Lipid, Uric Acid, Phos, Mag, D. Bili, Gamma GT
CPT 80053, 80061, 84550, 84100, 83735, 82248, 82977, 83615
|CBC||Complete Blood Count - CPT 85025||$15.00|
|TSH||Thyroid Stimulating Hormone - CPT 84443||$15.00|
|Hemoglobin||A1C - CPT 83036||$20.00|
|PSA||Protastic Specific Antigen - CPT 84155||$30.00|
|Vitamin D, 25 Hydroxy||$40.00|
|C-Reactive Protein (CRP)||$20.00|
|Free Thyroxine (Free T4)||$20.00|
|Triiodothryonine (Total T3)||$25.00|
|Testosterone (Total Hormone)||$40.00|
|FERRITIN||Used to detect iron deficiency anemia. Increases can show iron overload, liver dysfunction, inflmatory conditions and infections.||$25.00|
|IRON, TIBC and % Saturation(Iron Panel)||Screening to evaluate conditions involving RBC production, iron metabolism, or iron transport and numerous anemias.||$25.00|
|Vitamin B12||Screening for deficiency and evaluate malabsorption and elevated in liver cell damage.||$25.00|
|Hepatitis C Virus||Screening to assess exposure to infection, recommended for adults from 1945 thru 1965. High risk persons with history of illicit drug use or who had blood products prior to 1992.||$50.00|
|Prolactin||Consistently elevated levels are indicative of hyperprolactinemia wwhich may be caused by pituitary adenomas, hypothalamic disease, renal failure and hypothyroidism. Transient increases may be caused by exercise, stress, pregnancy and sleep.||$40.00|
Payment is due at time of service.
* Requires a fast.
- What test do you recommend for a general screening?
- Chemistry panel, complete blood count, TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone)
- 7-12 M-F
- What test do I need to fast for?
- Chemistry panel
- What processes are evaluated in the chemistry panel?
- It evaluates lipid profile, (cholesterol), liver and kidney function, electrolytes, metabolism.
- Do I need doctor’s orders?
- Do I need an appointment?
- No, but appointments are available if needed after regular hours.
- What tests do you recommend for a diabetic screening?
- Chemistry panel and hemoglobin A1C.
- Are there any screening tests for cancer?
- Yes, PSA (for men).
- What does Ferritin test?
- Used to detect iron deficiency anemia. Increases can show iron overload, liver dysfunction, inflamation and infection. Ferritin levels correlate with and are useful in evaluation of total body storage of iron.
- Iron, TIBC, and % Saturation (Iron Panel)
Screening to evaluate conditions involving red blood cell production, iron metabolism or iron transport and numerous anemias.
Iron Measures the amount of iron bound to transferrin.
TIBC Measures the amount of iron that is in the blood if all the transferrin were saturated with iron = indirect measure of transferring concentration.
% Saturation (Iron/TIBC) calculation gives the actual amount of saturated transferrin.
Decreased % Saturation = iron deficiency
Increased % Saturation = iron storage diseases
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin B12 is critical in normal DNA synthesis and myelin sheath formation and maintenance.
- A hormone with consistently elevated levels is indicative of hyperprolactinemia which may be caused by pituitary adenomas, hypothalamic disease, renal failure and hypothyroidism. Several drugs are common causes of abnormally elevated prolactin levels. Exercise, stress and sleep can cause transient increases in levels.