Diabetic up to 5 Years
Diabetic up to 5 Years
- BUN, BLOOD UREA NITROGEN
- Blood Pressure Monitoring Outpatient - Nursing Charges
- COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT
- CREATININE, SERUM
- ECG - Nursing Charges
- GLUCOSE, FASTING (F)
- GLUCOSE, POST PRANDIAL (PP), 2 HOURS
- LIPID PROFILE,*CHOLESTEROL TOTAL* TRIGLYCERIDES*CHOLESTEROL HDL*CHOLESTEROL LDL*CHOLESTEROL VLDL*
- MICROALBUMIN, 2ND MORNING URINE
- THYROID FUNCTION TESTS (TOTAL T3, TOTAL T4, TSH)
- Tread Mill Test (TMT) - Doctor Charges
- Treadmill Test- Cardiac - Equipment Charges
- URIC ACID
- URINE EXAMINATION, ROUTINE, URINE, R/E
Regular checkups give you and your healthcare practitioner the information you need to assess how effectively your treatment plan is working. It also provides information on how your glucose levels are affected by your food, activity, stress, and illness. By getting tested you can avoid severe consequences of undiagnosed low or high blood sugar, such as heart disease, eyesight loss, renal disease, and nerve damage.
1. Why is CBC done?
This blood test is used to assess a person's general health and identify a variety of illnesses, from leukaemia to anaemia. The CBC test assesses various elements and characteristics of a person's blood, which typically include oxygen-carrying red blood cells, white blood cells, haemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying protein in red blood cells, hematocrit, the percentage of plasma in a person's blood, and platelets, which aid in blood clotting.
2. What is HbA1C, what number is considered normal?
This blood test can display your normal blood glucose level for a few months. It measures the rate of glucose in relation to haemoglobin, the oxygen-carrying protein in red blood cells. One has more haemoglobin with sugar linked to it when glucose levels rise. You have diabetes if your A1C result is 6.5 percent or above on two different tests. A1C values between 5.7 and 6.4 percent indicate prediabetes. Under 5.7 is considered to be typical.
3. How long do I have to fast before the blood sugar test?
In this test, blood will be drawn from you after an overnight fast has been observed.
4. What is Post Prandial Glucose Test?
This blood glucose test establishes the level of a specific kind of sugar, known as glucose. In this test, blood glucose levels are measured, particularly after eating.
5. Why should I go for Cholestrol test?
Diabetes significantly raises a person's risk of developing heart disease, necessitating more frequent blood tests to check their cholesterol levels in the unlikely event that they are high.