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Blood Lead Levels Test Lead Levels Are Measured In The Body By A Blood Test. When There Is A High Level Of Lead In The Body, Lead Poisoning Occurs. Children And Adults Who Have Been Exposed To Lead, Should Have Their Lead Levels Tested. This Is Especially Harmful To Children Because It Can Damage The Developing Brain, Leading To Cognitive And Intellectual Developmental Problems. edit Delete
Blood Glucose Test A Glucose Test Measures The Amount Of Glucose In Your Blood. Glucose, Also Known As Sugar, Is Your Body’s Main Source Of Energy. Your Body Converts The Carbohydrates You Eat Into Glucose. Glucose Testing Is Done Primarily To Check For Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, And Gestational Diabetes. Diabetes Is A Condition That Causes Your Blood Glucose To Rise. In Healthy Individuals, The Glucose Level Is Managed In The Body By A Hormone Called Insulin. edit Delete
Blood Gas Test Your Red Blood Cells Transport Oxygen And Carbon Dioxide — Blood Gases — Throughout The Body. The Oxygen And Carbon Dioxide Levels Of Your Blood And The PH Balance Of Your Blood Can Indicate The Presence Of Certain Medical Conditions, Such As Cardiac, Lung Or Kidney Disorders And The Presence Or Status Of Other Critical Conditions. edit Delete
Blood Differential Test A Blood Differential (also Called A White Blood Cell Count Differential) Measures The Number Of Each Of The Five Types Of White Blood Cells Present In Your Blood, Namely: Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils And Basophils. It Can Detect Abnormal Or Immature Cells And Can Be Used To Diagnose An Infection, Inflammation, Leukemia, Or An Immune System Disorder. edit Delete
Bernstein Test The Bernstein Test Is Used To Simulate The Symptoms Of Heartburn, A Burning Sensation In The Chest. The Test Is Designed To Reproduce The Symptoms Experienced When Acid Refluxes Up Into The Esophagus From The Stomach. It Is Also Known As The Acid Perfusion Test. edit Delete
Bilirubin Urine Test Bilirubin Is A Brownish-yellow Pigment That Is Produced When Red Blood Cells Break Down. The Substance Is Found In The Liver And Is Normally Passed Out Of The Body During Digestion. The Natural Process Of Red Blood Cells Dying While New Cells Are Produced Means That Everyone Has Bilirubin In Their Bodies. Bilirubin That Measures Higher Than 25 Mg Can Lead To Brain Damage, Deafness, And Motor Conditions Such As Cerebral Palsy. A Urine Test Is One Way Of Measuring How Much Bilirubin You Have In Your Body. edit Delete
B And T Cell Screening Test The B And T Cell Screen Measures The Level Of Lymphocytes Within The Body’s Blood. Lymphocytes Are A Type Of White Blood Cell That Helps Your Body’s Immune System Identify And Fight Disease-causing Organisms Or Substances. edit Delete
Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response (BAER) Test A Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response (BAER) Test Measures How Your Brain Processes The Sounds You Hear. The BAER Test Records Your Brainwaves In Response To Clicks Or Other Audio Tones That Are Played For You. The Test Is Also Called A Brainstem Auditory Evoked Potentials (BAEP) Or Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) Test. edit Delete
EEG An Electroencephalogram (EEG) Is A Test Used To Evaluate The Electrical Activity In The Brain. Brain Cells Communicate With Each Other Through Electrical Impulses, And An EEG Can Be Used To Help Detect Problems Associated With This Activity. edit Delete
ECG An Electrocardiogram (also Known As An ECG Or EKG) Is A Simple, Painless Test That Measures Your Heart’s Electrical Activity. Every Heartbeat Is Triggered By An Electrical Signal That Starts At The Top Of Your Heart And Travels To The Bottom. edit Delete