Anaemia profile A is a preventive health checkup package by Thyrocare. It contains 13 profiles and 68 test parameters. It is also known as Iron saturation test. Anaemia profile A helps in monitoring the full body. AreYouHealthy offers anaemia profile A at Rs 1699 only. A person must do 10-12 hours of fasting before this test.
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List of 13 profiles included in Anemia Profile A are:
1. Iron deficiency profile.
2. Liver profile.
3. Lipid profile.
4. Kidney profile.
5. Thyroid profile.
6. Diabetic screen.
7. Serum electrolytes profile.
8. Serum ferritin.
9. Vitamin D total.
11. Vitamin B12.
12. Lactate dehydrogenase(LDH).
13. Complete hemogram.
1. Iron deficiency profile:
This test helps to evaluate the current level of iron in the body. By evaluating the iron level, it is easy to diagnose iron deficiency or iron overload in the body. Iron is an important nutrient to produce healthy red blood cells. Iron can’t be produced by the body, so it is very important to absorb it from the foods and supplements. It has 3 test parameters. Test parameters are total iron binding capacity(TIBC), serum iron, and % transferrin saturation. TIBC test helps to measure the amount of iron which is bound by the protein. Serum iron test evaluates the iron level in the blood. % transferrin saturation test estimates the amount of transferrin in the blood.
2. Liver profile:
This test is for evaluating the overall health of the liver. It contains 11 test parameters. It is also known as the liver function test. This test helps to monitor chronic and acute liver inflammation, liver diseases, liver infection, or any liver damage. The main purpose of the liver is to metabolise and detoxifies substances and drugs which are harmful to the body.
Symptoms of liver damage are:
2. Dark urine.
7. Unexplained weight loss and weight gain.
3. Lipid profile:
It has further 8 test parameters. It helps to determine the risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attack, stroke, etc. It also helps in monitoring the cause of blockage of the blood vessels. Another name of this test is the lipid panel. Lipid profile test also measures the amount of LDL and HDL. The main purpose of this test is to evaluate the amount of cholesterol, triglycerides and type of fats. The higher amount of cholesterol is harmful to the body, and it can lead to many diseases like heart attack, stroke, and atherosclerosis. Complete cholesterol test includes 4 types of lipids and fats. They are total cholesterol, low-density cholesterol (LDL), high-density cholesterol (HDL), and triglycerides.
4. Kidney profile:
The formal name for kidney profile is Renal function panel. Kidney profile test is used to determine the health of the kidneys. This test can be used as a part of regular health checkup. Kidney profile includes 5 test parameters. Some of these tests are calcium, uric acid, serum creatinine, etc. This test helps to measure the level of minerals, proteins, electrolytes, and glucose. The main function of the kidney is to filter the waste material and expel it out from the body.
Symptoms for kidney diseases are:
1. Swelling and puffiness around the eyes, stomach, thighs, etc.
2. Mid-back pain.
3. Problems while urinating.
4. Foamy, bloody and coffee coloured urine.
5. Thyroid profile:
It has 3 test parameters. Thyroid profile test helps to evaluate thyroid gland function. It is also used to diagnose thyroid disorders. Thyroid profile test includes Total triiodothyronine(T3), Total thyroxine(T4), and Thyroid stimulating hormone(TSH). These three parameters are used to determine and monitor hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism. The thyroid gland produces both T3 and T4. Any imbalance production of these hormones can lead to hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism.
6. Diabetic screen:
It has 2 test parameters, i.e., HbA1c and Average blood glucose. Both of them are used to measure the level of blood glucose and blood sugar. HbA1c is also known as glycated hemoglobin. TIt measures the average blood sugar level over the past of 8-14 weeks. Diabetic people will need this test regularly to monitor their blood sugar level. High level of HbA1c and average blood glucose indicates that the person has diabetes. It is also used to determine prediabetes.
7. Serum electrolytes profile:
This test has 3 test parameters. It is used to determine the level of electrolytes in the body. Electrolytes are found in the tissues in the form of dissolved salts. Serum electrolyte profile test is ordered when a person have some sign and symptoms such as weakness, confusion, nausea, fluid accumulation, etc.
8. Serum ferritin:
The serum ferritin test is used to determine the total iron storage capacity of the body. It will help to diagnose iron deficiency and iron overload. Low level of iron in the body can cause iron deficiency anaemia.
Symptoms of iron deficiency anaemia are:
4. Pale skin.
Symptoms of iron overload in the body:
1. Lack of energy.
2. Abdominal pain.
3. Weight loss.
4. Joint pain.
9. Vitamin D total:
Vitamin D total is performed to evaluate vitamin D deficiency in the body. Vitamin D is essential for the growth and formation of bones and teeth. The primary source of vitamin D is sunlight. When a person comes in the sunlight, vitamin D is produced by the skin.
This test is used to determine folate deficiency in the body. Folate is a naturally occurring form of vitamins. Folate also helps in cell division in the process of developing a fetus. During pregnancy, folate deficiency can increase the risk of growing fetus such as spina bifida and neural tube defects.
11. Vitamin B12:
It is used to determine the cause of neuropathy and anaemia. It is also used to monitor the treatment of vitamin B12 deficiency. It is also known as cobalamin. Vitamin B12 is important for the formation of red blood cells.
12. Lactate dehydrogenase:
Lactate dehydrogenase is used to produce energy in the body. It is a type of protein. Usually, lactate dehydrogenase is performed to monitor tissue damage. High level of LDH indicates:
1. Heart attack.
2. Blood flow deficiency.
5. Tissue death.
6. Muscle injury.
7. Liver disease.
8. Low blood pressure.
13. Complete hemogram:
Complete hemogram measures the total count of blood in the body. It is used to diagnose many diseases such as anaemia, cancer, etc. that affect blood cells. It includes a complete set of 28 test parameters. This test helps to monitor a variety of diseases.