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Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) Test The ALP (Alkaline Phosphatase) Test Measures The Enzyme ALP Amount In Blood. ALP Is Mainly Made In Liver And Bone Whereas Some Is Made Is Intestines And The Kidneys. In Pregnant Women, It Is Made In Placenta As Well. An ALP Test Is To Check For Liver Disease Or Damage Caused To The Liver. In Some Cases It Is Done To Check Bone Problems Such As Bone Tumors, Rickets, Paget's Disease Or The Abnormal Bone Growth. edit Delete
Lipoprotein Profile Lipoprotein Pfofile Is A Blood Test That Measures The Total Cholesterol Level, LDL ( Also Known As The 'Bad Cholesterol), HDL ( Also Known As The 'Good' Cholesterol) And Triglycerides. The Tests Determines The Levels Of Fatty Substances (cholesterol And Triglycerides) In The Blood. The Results Of This Test Can Identify Certain Genetic Diseases And Can Determine Approximate Risks For Cardiovascular Disease, Certain Forms Of Pancreatitis, And Other Diseases. edit Delete
Blood Cholesterol Test A Blood Cholesterol Test Is Done To Determine The Risks For Cardiovascular Diseases And Also To Check The Effects Of Medicines Prescribed To Lower Cholesterol Levels. This Blood Test Measures The Total Cholesterol Level, LDL ( Also Known As The 'Bad Cholesterol), HDL ( Also Known As The 'Good' Cholesterol) And Triglycerides. When All These Blood Fats Are Tested At A Time, It Is Called 'Lipoprotein Profile'. edit Delete
Albumin Test The Albumin Test Is Done To Evaluate Liver Or Kidney Diseases. Albumin Is Made Mainly In The Liver And Helps Keep Blood From Leaking Out Of Blood Vessels. It Also Help Carry Some Medicines And Other Substances Through Blood. Albumin Is Also Important For Tissue Growth And Healing. Albumin Test Is Done To Check How Well The Liver And Kidneys Are Working. The Test Also Finds Out If Your Diet Contains Enough Protein And Help Determine The Cause Of Swelling Of The Ankles (edema) Or Abdomen (ascites) Or Of Fluid Collection In The Lungs That May Cause Shortness Of Breath (pulmonary Edema). edit Delete
Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) Blood Test The Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) Blood Test Checks The Level Of AFP In A Pregnant Woman's Blood. AFP Is A Substance Which Is Made In The Liver Of An Unborn Baby (fetus). The Amount Of AFP In The Blood Of A Pregnant Woman Helps To Determine If The Baby May Have Problems Such As Spina Bifida And Anencephaly. Otherwise An AFP Test Can Also Be Done As As Part Of A Screening Test To Find Other Chromosomal Problems, Such As Down Syndrome (trisomy 21) Or Edwards Syndrome (trisomy 18). In Men, Non-pregnant Women And Children, AFP Test Is Done To Determine Certain Types Of Cancer — Especially Cancer Of The Testicles, Ovaries, Stomach, Pancreas, Or Liver. High Levels Of AFP May Also Be Found In Hodgkin's Disease, Lymphoma, Brain Tumors, And Renal Cell Cancer. edit Delete
ACTH Suppression Test The ACTH Suppression Test Also Known As 'Overnight Dexamethasone Suppression Test' Is Done To See The Changes In The Cortisol Hormone Level In The Blood After Taking A Corticosteroid Medicine (called Dexamethasone). This Test Checks For A Condition In Which Large Amounts Of Cortisol Are Produced By The Adrenal Glands, And The Condition Is Also Known As Cushing's Syndrome. edit Delete
ACTH (Adreno Corticotropic Hormone) Test The Adreno Corticotropic Hormone Test Is Performed To Measure The Levels Of Adreno Corticotropic Hormone (ACTH) In The Blood. The Main Reason To Perform This Test Is To Check For Problems With The Pituitary Gland And The Adrenal Glands. This Test Helps Detecting, Monitoring And Diagnosing Deficient Or Excessive Cortisol Conditions. ACTH Is Done To Check For A Problem With The Adrenal Glands Or Pituitary Gland. edit Delete
Two-Dimensional Echocardiogram (2D Echo) The 2D Echo Is A Test In Which Ultrasound Waves Are Used To Take A Picture Of The Heart To Check Its Structure And Function Of The Heart Muscle, Valves, Pumping Chambers Etc. The 2 Dimensional Echocardiogram Is Capable Of Displaying A Cross Sectional “slice” Of The Beating Heart, Including The Chambers, Valves And The Major Blood Vessels That Exit From The Left And Right Part Of The Heart. edit Delete
Cardiac Enzymes Test A Cardiac Enzymes Test Measures The Levels Of Enzymes And Proteins That Are Linked With Injury Of The Heart Muscle. It Also Helps In Assessing If A Person Is Currently Experiencing Or Recently Had A Hear Attack. Cardiac Enzyme Test Is Also Done To Check Heart Functioning After A Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery Or Angioplasty. Cardiac Enzyme Study Include The Enzyme Creatine Kinase (CK), And The Proteins Troponin I (TnI) And Troponin T (TnT). In A Blood Test Result, Low Levels Of These Enzymes And Proteins Is Normal, But If There Is A Steep Rise In The Levels Of These Proteins & Enzymes, That Indicates A Damaged Heart Muscle Cells. edit Delete
Lactate Test A Lactate Test Also Known As 'Lactic Acid Test' Is A Blood Test That Measures The Levels Of Lactic Acid Made In The Body. Most Of The Lactic Acid In A Human Body Is Made By Muscle Tissues And RBCs (Red Blood Cells). In A Normal Human Body Where The Oxygen Level Is Normal, The Carbohydrate Breaks Down Into Water And Carbon Dioxide. But When The Oxygen Level Is Low, Carbohydrate Breaks Down For Energy And Makes Lactic Acid. Lactic Acid Levels Increase While Exercising Or Doing Other Strenuous Activities. A Lactic Acid Test Is Generally Done On A Blood Sample Taken From A Vein In The Arm But It May Also Be Done On A Sample Of Blood Taken From An Artery. edit Delete