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INFLAMMATION MARKER PANEL

INFLAMMATION MARKER PANEL

  • $ 149.00


INFLAMMATION MARKER PANEL

WHAT LAB TESTS ARE IN THE INFLAMMATION MARKER PANEL?

The Inflammation Marker Panel consists of the following tests:

1.     Complete Blood Count (CBC)

2.     Chemistry Panel (16 essential tests)

3.     C‐Reactive Protein (High Sensitivity)

AM I REQUIRED TO FAST FOR THIS PANEL OF LAB TESTS?

Yes.  You must fast at least eight (8) hours prior to having your specimen collected.

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO GET MY LAB TEST RESULTS?

Test results generally take between 24 to 72 business hours after your specimen is collected.

DESCRIPTION:

Inflammation  is  a  process  in  which  your body’s  white  blood  cells  and  chemicals  protect  itself  from infection and foreign substances such as bacteria and viruses.  If you have inflammation, you may have a virus or bacterial infection.

The Inflammation Marker Panel tests for inflammation as well as your blood counts and blood chemistry levels.   It also tests for the C‐Reactive Protein which increases during systemic inflammation and a Sedimentation Rate, which detects and monitors inflammation in the body.

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WHY DO I NEED IT?

Do your joints hurt? It could be inflammation.

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OTHER RELEVANT LAB TESTS:

If you purchase the Inflammation Marker Panel, you might also want to consider the Comprehensive Male Panel or theComprehensive Female Panel.

WHAT ARE THE TEST RESULT RANGES?

NORMAL RANGE:

Complete Blood Count (CBC) see individual test
Chemistry Panel see individual test
Sedimentation Rate see individual test
C‐Reactive Protein (hs‐CRP) see individual test

 HIGH RESULTS INDICATE:

COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (CBC): See individual test.

CHEMISTRY PANEL: See individual test.

SEDIMENTATION RATE: See individual test.

C-REACTIVE PROTEIN (hs-CRP): See individual test.

LOW RESULTS INDICATE:

COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (CBC): See individual test.

CHEMISTRY PANEL: See individual test.

SEDIMENTATION RATE: See individual test.

C-REACTIVE PROTEIN (hs-CRP): See individual test.

WHAT TYPE OF PHYSICIAN SHOULD I SEE IF MY TEST RESULTS ARE ABNORMAL OR OUT OF RANGE?

You should see your primary care physician who may refer you to a rheumatologist.