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Aarogyam 1.8 by Thyrocare comes with 10 test parameters. Listed below are the 20 Subprofile that are included in Thyrocare Aarogyam 8

  • Arthritis Profile. This profile comes with two parameters, i.e., anti ccp(accp) and antinuclear antibodies(ana). Arthritis is a group of diseases, and they all are related to joint pain or any disorder that affects joints. Symptoms mostly include joint pain and stiffness. While in some cases, redness, warmth, and decreased level of motion of affected joints is also seen. They affect connected organs also. Arthritis are of more than 100 types. Different arthritis comes with different kind of symptoms and causes. The most common type of arthritis is osteo arthritis.
  • Antinuclear Antibodies Profile. This test measures the presence of specific abnormal antibodies present in the blood. If the ANA test is positive, the patient can have an autoimmune disorder.
  • Cardiac Risk Markers Profile. This test examines the cardiovascular condition. Cardiac Risk Markers test is done to measure the chances of getting cardiovascular activities such as heart attack or heat stroke. This test tells whether the chances of getting a heart attack or stroke is low, medium or high. Factors that create a high risk for the heart are- smoking, high blood pressure, and cholesterol. The profile covers 6 test parameters.
  • Complete Hemogram Profile/CBC/Complet Blood Count. Complete hemogram test is done to measure the components of blood. This test measures Red blood cells, White blood cells, Platelets, Hemoglobin, Hematocrit. Complete Hemogram by Thyrocare covers 28 parameters. This test catches even the negligible abnormality found in blood and gives essential information regarding the cause. No fasting is needed for Complete Hemogram test.
  • Diabetes Profile. Diabetes is a type of disease in which blood sugar or blood glucose, levels are too high. Different types of diabetes can occur to anyone, and managing the condition depends on the model. The most common types of diabetes are – type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. In type 1 diabetes, the patient’s body does not make the required amount of insulin for the body. While in type 2 diabetes, the patient’s body does not produce or use insulin well. Type 2 diabetes is more common in comparison to type 1 diabetes.
  • Electrolytes Profile. Electrolytes are minerals and salts that are found in our body. Electrolytes are essential because they help in balancing the amount of water in the body. They assist in maintaining the pH level. Sodium, chloride, potassium and chlorine, all are electrolytes that are helpful for our body. We got them from the food we eat. Low levels of electrolytes can affect the body on a larger scale. Reasons for electrolyte imbalance:- kidney disease, poor diet, cancer treatment, prolonged periods of vomiting or diarrhoea.
  • Hormone Profile. A hormone is our body’s chemical messengers. They help in controlling some primarybody’s processes, including reproduction and metabolism. When someone has a hormone imbalance, he or she has too much or too low of a particular hormone. Symptoms of hormonal conditions may include:- weight gain, fatigue, dry skin, puffy face, muscle weakness.
  • Iron Deficiency Profile. Iron deficiency can occur for some reasons. Signs and symptoms may include unusual tiredness, paleness, shortness of breath, headaches and dizziness, heart palpitations. Iron is vital to produce haemoglobin and myoglobin, two proteins that carry oxygen. When the body does not have the required amount of iron, the production of both the proteins is hampered. There are several causes of iron deficiency – diet and absorption, extra iron requirements, blood loss.
  • Lipid Profile. The lipid profile is also known as a lipoprotein profile. This profile covers eight parameters which measure cholesterol, triglycerides and other fats. High blood pressure, diabetes, overweight, smoking are some high-risk factors.
  • Liver Profile. Eleven test parameters are covered in a liver profile. The liver does all kinds of work that are critical to our health. If things go wrong with it, the patient might have some serious problems.
  • Metabolic Profile. This test is done to check the current status of a person’s metabolism. Abnormal results can indicate some serious problems that are required to be addressed. The metabolic test can tell a doctor about how the kidney and liver are working, blood sugar level, the level of protein in the body and even the electrolytes level.
  • Pancreatic Profile. Two test parameters come under pancreatic profile. This test is done to monitor the pancreatic condition. Amylase and lipase are the two digestive enzymes. Amylase helps in the breakdown of starch. Lipase helps the body in digesting fats.
  • Renal Profile. This test is done to check the activities of the kidney. The kidney plays various roles in maintaining our health. Its most important task is to filter out waste material from our body. Five tests tell the complete functioning of the kidney.
  • Thyroid Profile. The thyroid is a gland that is present in the lower middle part of the neck. It produces two primary hormones:- triiodothyronine, thyroxine. Weight loss, anxiety, tremors are some symptoms that might be faced by the patient.
  • Toxic Elements Profile. The toxic elements profile comes with 9 test parameters which checks elements which are toxic and measures them. The elements which are toxic to human body are – mercury, barium, antimony, aluminium. Biggest surprise is that you can’t even use flavour to identify toxic elements.
  • Vitamin Profile. The 14 parameters that are included in the vitamin profile are- vitamin A, vitamin B-12, vitamin B1, vitamin b2, vitamin B3, vitamin B5, vitamin B6, vitamin B7, vitamin B9, vitamin D total, vitamin D2, vitamin D3, vitamin E, vitamin K.