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  • B

    Renal Function Panel

    RFP

    A renal panel is a group of tests that may be performed together to evaluate kidney (renal) function. The tests measure levels of various substances, including several minerals, electrolytes, proteins, and glucose (sugar), in the blood to determine the current health of your kidneys.

    1 working day

    £46.00

    Excludes visit fee

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  • B

    Urea Electrolytes (UE)

    U/E

    U&E is a group of tests that may be performed together to evaluate kidney function and electrolyte balance. The tests measure levels of various substances, including several electrolytes and waste products in the blood to determine the current health of your kidneys.

    Same day

    £46.00

    Excludes visit fee

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  • B

    Coagulation Check (aPTT/PT/INR)

    COAG

    Clotting is what prevents excessive bleeding when you cut yourself. But the blood moving through your vessels shouldn’t clot. If such clots form, they can travel through your bloodstream to your heart, lungs, or brain. This can cause a heart attack, stroke, or even death. Coagulation tests measure your blood’s ability to clot, and how long it takes to clot. Testing can help your doctor assess your risk of excessive bleeding or developing clots (thrombosis) somewhere in your blood vessels.

    Same day

    £48.00

    Excludes visit fee

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  • B

    Liver Function Tests (LFT)

    LFT

    The hepatic function panel may be used to help diagnose the liver disease if a person has signs and symptoms that indicate possible liver dysfunction. If a person has a known condition or liver disease, testing may be performed at intervals to monitor the health of the liver and to evaluate the effectiveness of any treatments. Abnormal tests on a liver panel may prompt a repeat analysis of one or more tests, or of the whole panel, to see if the elevations or decreases persist and may indicate the need for additional testing to determine the cause of the liver dysfunction.

    1 working day

    £54.00

    Excludes visit fee

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  • B

    Lipid profile

    LIPP

    Lipids are fat-like substances which are important parts of cells and are a source of energy. A lipid panel measures the level of specific lipids in blood to help assess your risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). It includes the determination of total cholesterol (CHOL), high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL), and triglycerides (TRIG).


    Screening when no risk factors present: for adults, every four to six years; for youths, once between the ages of 9 and 11 and again between ages 17 and 21.


    Monitoring: at regular intervals when risk factors are present, when prior results showed high-risk levels, and/or to monitor the effectiveness of treatment.


    Note: includes indirect measurement of VLDL and two additional parameters: Non-HDL Cholesterol (nHDLc) and Ratio of total cholesterol to HDL cholesterol (TC/H).

    1 working day

    £54.00

    Excludes visit fee

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  • B

    Haematology profile

    DL3

    Haematology is the study of blood and blood disorders. The NHS suggests a haematology profile may to detect signs of infection or inflammation and bleeding or clotting disorders. This profile includes 13 readings including white blood cells, red blood cells and a platelet count and can help diagnose anaemia, infection, haemophilia, blood-clotting disorders, and leukaemia.

    1 working day

    £55.00

    Excludes visit fee

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  • B

    Comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP)

    CMP

    The comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) is a frequently ordered panel of 14 tests that gives a healthcare provider important information about the current status of a person's metabolism, including the health of the kidneys and liver, electrolyte and acid/base balance as well as levels of blood glucose and blood proteins. Abnormal results, and especially combinations of abnormal results, can indicate a problem that needs to be addressed.

    1 working day

    £56.00

    Excludes visit fee

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  • B

    Diabetic profile 1

    DIAB

    Diabetes mellitus is a condition in which the level of glucose (sugar) in blood becomes too high because the body cannot use it properly. This results either from an inability to produce insulin or because the body has become resistant to the insulin produced. About 2.8 million people in the United Kingdom (4.45% of the population) are known to have diabetes and a further ¾ million may have the condition and not know it.


    Insulin is a hormone, produced by the pancreas, which controls the movement of glucose into most of the body’s cells and maintains blood glucose levels within a narrow concentration range. Most tissues in the body rely on glucose for energy production, and all but a few are entirely reliant on insulin to deliver this essential fuel. Diabetes disrupts the normal balance between insulin and glucose.


    This profile measures levels of Glucose and Glycated Haemoglobin in a blood sample.

    1 working day

    £59.00

    Excludes visit fee

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    Thyroid profile 1

    TF

    A thyroid panel is a group of tests that may be ordered together to help evaluate thyroid gland function and to help diagnose thyroid disorders. The tests included in a thyroid panel measure the amount of thyroid hormones in the blood. These hormones are chemical substances that travel through the blood and control or regulate the body's metabolism—how it functions and uses energy.

    1 working day

    £72.00

    Excludes visit fee

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  • U

    Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea

    CCG

    Gonorrhoea is a bacterial infection at first may cause a slight discharge from the vagina, penis, or anus. However, 50% of women and 10% of men with gonorrhoea have no symptoms at all. If the infection is not treated, it can lead to sterility and other complications. Gonorrhoea can be treated with antibiotics. Chlamydia trachomatis is often called "the silent epidemic" because infections are common yet many people do not realize that they are infected. Only one in four infected people have symptoms of a slight discharge and stinging on passing urine. It is the commonest STD in the UK. This bacterial disease is easily cured with antibiotics but can have serious health consequences if left untreated.

    2 working days

    £74.00

    Excludes visit fee

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