Comprehensive Profile
Comprehensive Profile        

A Profile designed for Diabetics, High Blood Pressure and/or obese patients. This Profile consists of following Important tests covering practically all parts of your body including detailed Thyroid Function Tests & Five Special Tests Homocysteine, HbA1c, Microalbumin, PTH & Vitamin D levels:

Diabetes 15 SGGTP 30 S. VLDL Chol 45 ESR
01 Bl. Glucose F 16 S Alk Phos 31 Total/HDL Chol Hormones
02 HbA1c 17 S. Proteins 32 HDL/LDL Chol 46 Free T3
03 Microalbumin 18 S. Globulin 33 CRP 47 Free T4
Kidney Function Tests 19 S. Albumin 34 Homocysteine 48 TSH
04 Bl. Urea 20 A/ G Ratio Complete Blood Counts Vitamin
05 S. Creatinine Bones, Joints & Muscles 35 TLC 49 Vitamin D
06 S. Uric Acid 21 S. Calcium 36 DLC 50 Vitamin B12
07 S. Sodium 22 S. Phosphorus 37 TRBC Count Allergy Screening
08 S. Potassium 23 S. LDH 38 Platelet Count 51 IgE
09 S. Potassium 24 PTH 39 Hemoglobin 52 Urine Routine
Liver Function Tests Lipid Profile/Heart Absolute Values  
10 S. Total Bilirubin 25 S. Cholesterol 40 PCV    
11 S. Direct Bilirubin 26 S. Triglyceride 41 RDW    
12 S.Indirect Bilirubin 27 S. HDL Chol 42 MCV  
13 SGOT 28 S. Non HDL Chol 43 MCHC    
14 SGPT 29 S. LDL Chol 44 MCH    

Importance of HOMOCYSTEINE

High Homocysteine levels correlate to the extent of Atherosclerotic Plaque in the aorta. Homocysteine can impair the ability to repair vascular endothelial cell injury and thus promote the development of Atherosclerosis. It is possible to reduce its level with a course of simple vitamins thus avoiding heart attacks.

Importance of HbA1C (Glyco-HB)

This test is capable of evaluating 10-12 weeks of glucose control. Patients having HbA1C level of >8.0% have very high risk of developing long-term complications in eye (retinopathy), kidney (nephropathy), nervous system (neuropathy) and heart (cardiopathy).

Importance of MICROALBUMIN

This is a simple urine test, which detects renal complications very early especially in persons suffering from diabetes. Persons having persistent increased microalbumin ultimately may develop diabetic nephropathy.

Importance Of Vitamin D

Deficiency of Vitamin D is known to cause Muscle weakness, Pains, Rickets, Osteoporosis and Osteomalacia. However recent studies have established that its deficiency may also be associated with diseases of Brain (Schizophrenia, Depression), Immune System (Type II diabetes, Multiple sclerosis, Rheumatoid arthritis, weakened response to fight tuberculosis, influenza and diseases), Lungs (Asthma), Circulatory system (High blood pressure, Coronary heart disease, Paralytic Strokes) and Cancer (possibly associated with a variety of cancers, including colon, prostate and ovarian)

Importance Of Vitamin B12

Data from recent studies suggest that large number of adults have low Vitamin B12 levels. Symptoms of deficiency are Tingling in Fingers and Toes, Forgetfulness, Confusion, Psychosis, Hallucinations, Tremors, Depression, Chronic Fatigue, Urinary Incontinence, Weight Loss and Shortness of Breath. Unfortunately most of these symptoms are also attributed to "normal" aging and can be confused with other neurological diseases. In Indian population Vitamin B12 deficiency is prevalent as Indian diet is not a good source of Vitamin B12. It is often missed as most of us are not tested