DSA Healthscreen M is an ideal mini test which assesses thyroid, diabetes and essential parameters of blood. It has 33 test parameters grouped in 3 categories.
THYROID (3 ). The thyroid gland present in the lower part on the neck. This small gland produces two vital hormones, Triiodothyronine (T3) and Thyroxine (T4). Symptoms like lack of energy, weight gain, depression etc. are caused due to the lack of these two hormones, and it is known as Hyperthyroidism. The 3 test included in the category of the Thyroid profile tests suggests whether the thyroid gland is doing its work normally or not. Both overactiveness, as well as less activeness of it, can lead to some serious health issues.
DIABETES (2 ). The Diabetes subprofile proves to the best for detecting the early development of diabetes. And with the proper preventive method, one can have control over it. The result of this test let us know the average sugar/glucose level inside the body over the past 2-3 months. The test is also identified with some other names such as Glycated Haemoglobin test, Glycohaemoglobin, etc. This test parameter is grouped under 2 tests.
COMPLETE HEMOGRAM (28 ). The total count of WBC, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Basophils, Eosinophils, RBC Count, HCT, Hb, MCV, PS, ESR etc. inside the blood are measured as a result of the Complete Hemogram test. This requires a sample of blood on which a group of 28 tests are performed. It helps the detection of blood-related infections.
IMMATURE GRANULOCYTE PERCENTAGE(IG%)
TOTAL LEUCOCYTES COUNT
MEAN CORPUSCULAR HEMOGLOBIN(MCH)
MEAN CORPUSCULAR VOLUME(MCV)
MEAN PLATELET VOLUME(MPV)
NUCLEATED RED BLOOD CELLS
NUCLEATED RED BLOOD CELLS %
PLATELET DISTRIBUTION WIDTH(PDW)
PLATELET TO LARGE CELL RATIO(PLCR)
RED CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH (RDW-CV)
RED CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH – SD(RDW-SD)
EOSINOPHILS – ABSOLUTE COUNT
LYMPHOCYTES – ABSOLUTE COUNT
MONOCYTES – ABSOLUTE COUNT
NEUTROPHILS – ABSOLUTE COUNT
BASOPHILS – ABSOLUTE COUNT
AVERAGE BLOOD GLUCOSE (ABG)
TOTAL TRIIODOTHYRONINE (T3)
TOTAL THYROXINE (T4)
THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE (TSH)