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Basic Chem Panel
Measures electrolytes, calcium, kidney markers, liver markers, as well as total protein & albumin. ,
Complete Blood Count
White and red blood cell count, platelets, hemoglobin (marker for anemia).
Lipid (Cholesterol) Panel
Total Cholesterol (HDL, LDL, and VLDL cholesterol and triglycerides)
hs C-Reactive Protein
Inflammatory marker linked to cardiac disease risk
Also known as erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) - inflammatory marker
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone - high means hypothyroidism. Low means hyperthyroidism.
Measures blood glucose over the last 120 days.
hCG - Quantitative
Human chorionic gonadotropin is released during pregnancy.
Anti-nuclear antibody is used as a screen for diagnosis Lupus Erythematosis (autoimmune condition)
RF is used as a screen for rheumatoid arthritis.
A high level of homocysteine is a risk factor for heart disease. It's associated with low levels of vitamins B6, B12, and folate.
Ferritin is a glimpse of how much iron is in reserve. Low levels mean deficiency. High levels can indicate inflammation or disease.
Prostatic specific antigen is a possible marker for prostate cancer or other prostate condn.
Magnesium - serum
Commonly used test for measuring magnesium in the body.
Magnesium - rbc
Red blood cell magnesium is considered a better indicator of magnesium levels.
T4 (thyroxine) is one of the two major thyroid hormones.
T3 (triiodothyronine) is the more bioactive of the two main thyroid hormones.
Clotting factor that is measured in clotting diseases as well as being a risk factor for heart attacks.
Thyroperoxidase antibodies are elevated in Hashimoto's thyroiditis (autoimmune).
Diabetes is a condition where insulin amount or function is impaired.
Can Dr. Berglund help me decipher my lab results?
Dr. Berglund has almost 40 years of experience with lab testing. He not only evaluates the labs for diseases but he is also good at figuring out trends and nutritional needs that many times are neglected when blood tests are ordered. If you're interested in having Dr. Berglund go over your labs results with you, you can let the front desk know on the day you're having the blood draw done/lab tests ordered.
**The results for lab tests prescribed by medical doctors will not be sent to the patient but to the doctor directly. Patients that self refer for lab testing can have the labs given to them as a paper report or as a pdf.