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Inflammation of joints in our body is called Arthritis. Common signs and side effects of arthritis are joint torments, swelling, stiffness, redness and so on. The Arthritis Profile incorporates 75 test parameters packaged under 20 sub-profiles. It analyses for the genuine reason behind the arthritis condition.
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The 20 sub-profiles are as per the following:
IRON DEFICIENCY PROFILE(3)
The Iron deficiency sub-profile, as the name says, estimates the iron binding capacity of the blood. It tests for the Iron substance level and Transferrin level of the blood. Iron deficiency profile additionally recognises different sorts of Anemia and discovers heart-related sickness. This sub-profile has 3 test parameters
All the significant organs in the human body need legitimate consideration. Liver comes among the significant organs of the body. It produces unique kinds of compounds, bilirubin, proteins and so on, which are imperative for our body. The Liver sub-profile bundles 11 test parameters. This profile assesses the levels of the different liver enzymes.
Cholesterol is a steroid in our body. It makes the membranes for cells in all organs and tissues in the body. It is used to make hormones which are fundamental for development, advancement and reproduction. It produces bile acids which are required to collect nutrients from the food we eat. The test for cholesterol evaluates full-scale cholesterol that is transported into the blood by lipoproteins.
Kidney profile is commonly known as The Renal profile. With its 5 test parameters, it screens the kidney wellbeing. The kidney is one of the indispensable organs in the body. It channels around 180 litres of blood for the day.
Triiodothyronine (T3) and Thyroxine (T4) are two of the most basic hormones in the human body. The little butterfly-shaped organ in our lower neck area is the thyroid organ. It secretes T3 and T4 hormones. The Absence of T3 and T4 hormones can’t be deserted. The indications like weight gain, depression, energy deficiency, etc. are related to less of T3 and T4 hormones in the body. The thyroid sub-profile groups 3 test parameters.
DIABETIC SCREEN PROFILE(2)
Diabetic Screen sub-profile is a basic profile of The Arthritis Profile C. It contains 2 test parameters as ABG (Average Blood Glucose) and the other one, HBA (HbA1c). The escalated glucose level of human body delivers distinctive ailment. The Diabetic Screen sub-profile tests for the rise in the glucose level and thus perceives the Diabetes Mellitus related-conditions. Fasting of 10-12 hours is required before the test sample collection.
C-REACTIVE PROTEIN(CRP) PROFILE
CRP (C-reactive protein) is known as an acute phase reactant, a protein manufactured by the liver and streamed to the blood after the tissue injury within a few hours, the beginning of an infection, or other reason behind the inflammation. Markedly escalated levels are observed, such as, after cardiac arrests or a heart attack, with active or uncontrolled autoimmune-related disorders, and with severe bacterial infections, such as sepsis. In response to conditions like inflammatory, the level of CRP may rise to a thousand-fold, and its increase in our blood can precede pain, fever and furthermore. The test estimates the amount of CRP in our blood and can be vital in identifying inflammation caused due to acute conditions or in tracking disease activity in some chronic conditions.
RHEUMATOID FACTOR (RF) PROFILE
Rheumatoid factor (RF) (autoantibody) is an immunoglobulin M (IgM) protein which is created by the immune system of the body. Autoantibodies influence an individual’s very own body tissues, erroneously recognising the tissue as “foreign”. Whereas the biologic job of Rheumatoid factor is seen obviously, its presence demonstrates the inflammatory and autoimmune activity. The Rheumatoid Factor (RF) sub-profile identifies and measures RF in the blood and might be used, alongside some different tests, to help in the screening of rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
ANTI NUCLEAR ANTIBODIES (ANA) PROFILE
A group of autoantibodies called ANA (Antinuclear antibodies) are discharged by our immune system when it neglects to separate among “self” and “nonself sufficiently.” The ANA sub-profile recognises these autoantibodies in the blood.
ANTI STREPTOLYSIN – O (ASO) PROFILE
Antistreptolysin O (ASO) is an immune response in the body which focus against streptolysin O, a poisonous enzyme discharged by group A Streptococcus microorganisms. ASO and anti-DNase B are the two most common of many antibodies that are discharged by the body’s immune system in incitement to strep contamination with group A Streptococcus. The Antistreptolysin O (ASO) sub-profile estimates the level of ASO in the blood.
ANTI CCP (ACCP) PROFILE
The Anti- CCP Profile is a blood sample test with the help of which a medical practitioner to confirm a diagnosing of rheumatoid arthritis. The ACCP sub-profile detects if any citrulline antibodies are present inside the blood.
COMPLEMENT 3 (C3) PROFILE
Complement C3 sub-profile is a blood test that analyses the working of a specific protein inside our body. This protein is an essential part of the complement system. A complement system is a group of proteins that move freely through our bloodstream. The proteins work along with our immune system and play a role in the development of inflammation.
HLA-B27 sub-profile is a blood assessment to look for a protein which is found on the surface of WBC (white blood cells). This protein is also called human leukocyte antigen B27 (HLA-B27).
HLAs (Human leukocyte antigens) are proteins which assist the body’s immune system in differentiating between its own cells and the cells which are foreign, harmful elements.
SERUM ELECTROLYTES PROFILE(3)
The Serum Electrolytes sub-profile mainly evaluates the primary electrolytes in our body, i.e., Sodium (Na+), Chloride (Cl-), as well as Potassium (K). Electrolytes are the electrically charged minerals in our body tissues, bloodstream etc. Their primary duty is to facilitate the nutrients entering inside our body and wipes those waste elements out of the body cells. The electrolytes even assist in keeping a healthy water equilibrium, muscle activity as well as stabilising our body’s pH level.
Phosphorus combines with other substances in our body and forms organic and inorganic phosphate compounds. The terms phosphorus and phosphate are mostly used interchangeably while talking about testing, but it is the quantity of inorganic phosphate in the blood which is measured along with a serum phosphate/phosphorus test.
VITAMIN D TOTAL PROFILE
Vitamin D (Total) Test is done to monitor the Vitamin D deficiency in our body. It evaluates the issues related to bone metabolism as well as levels of blood mineral (parathyroid function).
VITAMIN B-12 PROFILE
For a good health condition, it is important to maintain the level of Vitamin B-12. It even plays a crucial role in producing the right measure of RBC (red blood cells) to keep the nervous system of our body functioning.
ANA SCREENING (IFA) SIANA
Antinuclear antibodies (ANA) are a set of autoantibodies created by the immune system of our body when it fails to differentiate correctly between “self” and “nonself.” The ANA test detects in our blood for these autoantibodies.
ANA TITRE (IFA) RIANA
Most of the times, the reports of the ANA test are shown in titers and patterns. The titer shows information regarding how many times the technician in the lab diluted the blood plasma to get a sample of ANAs. Each titer involves repeating the quantity of test fluid so that the difference in a titer of 1:640 and 1:320 should be one dilution. A titer beyond a particular level then qualifies as a positive test result.
COMPLETE HEMOGRAM PROFILE(28)
The Complete Hemogram sub-profile in the Arthritis Profile C packs 28 test parameters. A blood sample is examined for the test. This profile determines the exact count of blood particles like Neutrophils, WBC, Basophils, Eosinophils, MCV, Lymphocytes, HCT, Hb, Monocytes, RBC Count, PS, ES etc.
What are the preparations needed for Arthritis Profile C?
To maintain the accuracy of the test results, 10-12 hours of fasting is recommended before undergoing Arthritis Profile C.
When will you get the result of the Arthritis Profile C?
After you get your test sample collected for the Arthritis Profile C test, you will get the test report for the same within 48-72 hours on your registered email.
You can even request for a hard copy of the test reports. This will charge you an extra amount of Rs 75/-. The results will be mailed to your registered address.