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Glycated Hemoglobin Test This Blood Test Indicates Your Average Blood Sugar Level For The Past Two To Three Months. It Works By Measuring The Percentage Of Blood Sugar Attached To Hemoglobin, The Oxygen-carrying Protein In Red Blood Cells. The Higher Your Blood Sugar Levels, The More Hemoglobin You'll Have With Sugar Attached. An A1C Level Of 6.5 Percent Or Higher On Two Separate Tests Indicates You Have Diabetes. edit Delete
A1C Test The A1C Test Is A Common Blood Test Used To Diagnose Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes And Then To Gauge How Well You're Managing Your Diabetes. The A1C Test Result Reflects Your Average Blood Sugar Level For The Past Two To Three Months. Specifically, The A1C Test Measures What Percentage Of Your Hemoglobin — A Protein In Red Blood Cells That Carries Oxygen — Is Coated With Sugar (glycated). The Higher Your A1C Level, The Poorer Your Blood Sugar Control And The Higher Your Risk Of Diabetes Complications. edit Delete
Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) Test DHEA Is A Weak Male Hormone Produced In Both Men And Women. It Is Released By The Adrenal Glands. Dehydroepiandrosterone Test Measures The Level Of Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) And Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulfate (DHEA-S) In An Individual's Blood. It Also Evaluate Adrenal Gland Function And Help Diagnose Tumors In The Outer Layer (cortex) Of The Adrenal Gland (adrenocortical Tumors) And Adrenal Cancers. edit Delete
Dengue IgM Test The Pattern Of Virus, Antigen And Antibody Production In Secondary Dengue Infections Is Different To Primary Infections. In Secondary Infections The Predominant Immunoglobulin Is IgG And IgM Levels Are Lower Than Primary Infections. Testing For Dengue Fever Is Useful For Determining Whether Symptoms Seen In Patients And Recent Dengue Exposure Is Infectious. These Symptoms However Resemble Some Other Ailments Like Malaria During The Initial Stage; Thus Making Diagnosis Difficult Without Tests. IgM Antibodies Are Found After 5 Days Of Symptoms Visibility And Can Be Detected Post The Dengue IgM Test. edit Delete
Dengue IgG Test The Dengue Igg Test Is Recommended To People Who Have A Clinically Compatible Illness And Have Travelled To An Area With Known Dengue Activity During The Exposure Period (3-12 Days Prior To Onset Of Symptoms). Reference Laboratories May Be Able To Confirm Dengue Specific IgG. A Significant Rise In IgG Or Seroconversion Indicates Recent Infection, But Is Not Specific For Dengue And Should Be Interpreted Carefully Within The Context Of The Clinical Illness And Exposure History. edit Delete
D Dimer Test D-dimer Tests Are Used To Help Rule Out The Presence Of An Inappropriate Blood Clot (thrombus). Some Of The Conditions That The D-dimer Test Is Used To Help Rule Out Include: Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Pulmonary Embolism (PE) And Stroke. The Test Also Determines If Further Testing Is Necessary To Help Diagnose Conditions Which Cause Hypercoagulability, A Tendency To Clot Inappropriately. edit Delete
CT Scan A Computed Tomography (CT) Scan Is An Imaging Method That Uses X-rays To Create Pictures Of Cross-sections Of The Body. A CT Scan Creates Detailed Pictures Of The Body, Including The Brain, Chest, Spine, And Abdomen. The Test May Be Used To Diagnose An Infection, Guide A Surgeon To The Right Area During A Biopsy, Or To Identify Masses And Tumors Including Cancer. Or Study Blood Vessels. edit Delete
C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Test A C-reactive Protein (CRP) Test Is A Blood Test That Measures The Amount Of A Protein Called C-reactive Protein In Your Blood. C-reactive Protein Is Produced By The Liver. The Level Of CRP Rises When There Is Inflammation Throughout The Body. edit Delete
Creatinine Test Creatinine Test Is A Standard Blood Tests Which Is Used To Check The Amount Of Creatinine In The Blood. A More Precise Measure Of The Kidney Function Can Be Estimated By Calculating How Much Creatinine Is Cleared From The Body By The Kidneys. edit Delete
Creatinine Clearance Test The Creatinine Clearance Test Helps Provide Information About How Well The Kidneys Are Working. The Test Compares The Creatinine Level In Urine With The Creatinine Level In Blood. A Creatinine Clearance Test Is Used To Help Evaluate The Rate And Efficiency Of Kidney Filtration. This Test Is Specifically Used To Check The Creatinine-clearance Test Gauges The Rate At Which A Waste, Creatinine, Is "cleared" From The Blood By The Kidneys. edit Delete