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Doctors use this test to check for iron deficiency, iron overload, anemia.
This test measures hematocrit, the percentage of your blood that is made up of red blood cells.
Hemoglobin is a protein that enables red blood cells to carry oxygen throughout the body. This common test screens for abnormalities in your levels of hemoglobin.
Transferrin is an iron-binding protein produced primarily in the liver.
This test measures the level of Zinc Protoporphyrin (ZPP)
Hemoglobin (REFL) - Usual method for determining anemia. Used to calculate indices.
Hematocrit (REFL) - Usual method for determining anemia. Used to calculate indices.
The measurement of total iron binding in the same specimen may facilitate the clinician's ability to distinguish between low serum iron levels caused by iron deficiency from those related to inflammatory neoplastic disorders.
Iron, Total (REFL) - Serum measurements are useful in the diagnosis of iron deficiency and hemochromatosis.
A complete blood count is used as a screening test for various disease states including anemia, leukemia and inflammatory processes.
A complete blood count used as a screening test for various disease states to include: anemia, leukemia and inflammatory processes.
A certain type of tumor called gastrinoma can cause excess gastrin production.
Without sufficient levels of B12, the body cannot produce red blood cells, which leads to the development of anemia.
Your doctor may order this test if you have symptoms of anemia (such as fatigue, weakness, pale skin) or iron overload (such as joint pain, fatigue, abdominal pain) to help determine the cause.
Serum measurements are useful in the diagnosis of iron deficiency and hemochromatosis.
No. At Tripment Health, we focus on providing transparent healthcare services to uninsured or under-insured individuals. We’ve negotiated prices directly with lab test facilities to make diagnostic lab panels available to individuals who would rather pay directly than go through a private or government-sponsored insurance carrier.
No. By purchasing a blood panel, you will not be able to submit any claim, bill, or other request for reimbursement to any insurer, third-party payer, or government health program. However, you can use your FSA and HSA card.
You will receive a payment confirmation email, then an additional email confirming your appointment details (time and location of appointment, and QR code). You will need to present your QR code at the testing facility to check in.
No. One of our physicians will order the panels for you.
You must be 18 or over to be able to get tested.