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Metabolic Profile C Test List

About Metabolic Profile C

This profile includes various sub profiles. All these are listed below.

  • Amino Acids. These are the organic compounds that serve as a source of energy and are the building blocks of proteins. This testing is generally performed in children suspected of having an inborn error of amino acid metabolism. They are also known as plasma amino acids or urine amino acids. This test measures all the amino acids which our body make or we take in our diet, to check for the changes which may indicate an inborn error of metabolism.
  • Arthritis. This can’t be defined in a single term; it is a combination of more than 100 diseases. This term is only related to joint pain. But in some cases, it is also noted that it may affect other connecting tissues and organs. It may also change the skin. About 1 out of 5 have arthritis problem. It becomes more common as you grow. There are some reasons that can lead to this problem, like:- Age, Gendre, Injuries and Excess weight.
  • Complete Hemogram. A complete hemogram comprises a group of blood tests that are performed to detect any disease. This test checks the level of infection and the presence of any disease in the body. It measures the level of WBC, RBC, Monocytes, Basophils, HCT, MCV, PS and ESR in the blood. If there is any minor abnormality in the body, this test will also detect that abnormality. The test requires no significant preparation and is conducted on a blood sample. There are a few factors that can affect the result, so it is recommended to stay in touch with your doctor:- Pregnancy, Smoking, Stress and Some kind of allergies.
  • Diabetes Test. Diabetes is a disease in which your blood sugar becomes too high. Glucose comes from the food we eat. A hormone namely insulin helps the glucose get into cells and give them energy. Without careful management, diabetes can lead to some serious problems like stroke or heart diseases. There are three types of diabetes that are common: Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes and Gestational diabetes.
  • Electrolytes. These are salts and minerals that have an electric charge, such as sodium, potassium, chloride, which are found in the blood. An electrolyte test can help measure the imbalance of any mineral or salt in the body. This test can be prescribed in a routine checkup, or it may be included in some comprehensive set of tests. The treatment for an imbalance of electrolyte will vary from an electrolyte to electrolyte and the amount of imbalance.
  • Elements. Zinc is a mineral that body uses for fighting from infections and produce cells. It’s essential for healing injuries. It also helps in creating DNA. If the amount of zinc is enough in someone’s diet, then he or she may have some significant side effects like- Hair loss, Lack of alertness and Reduced sense of taste. Zinc is also an essential part of our growth, sexual development and reproduction. In case someone is zinc deficient, then his or her body can’t produce healthy new cells.
  • Iron Deficiency. This can come from multiple reasons, from related medical conditions to blood loss to diet choice. Iron deficiency signs and symptoms may include:- Extreme fatigue, Pale skin, Weakness, Brittle nails and Cold hands and feet.
  • Lipid. A lipid profile includes total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol. Some fats and cholesterol are good for our health, but some can be very dangerous. If someone has a high level of high-level LDL cholesterol, then the risk of having heart disease is more. The patient needs to fast for this test, consuming no food or drink for 9 to 12 hours prior to the test.
  • Liver. The liver does all kind of works that are critical for our body. It breaks down the food, cleans the blood, makes proteins, and reserves energy. If things go wrong, you may have some symptoms like itchy skin, dark urine colour, chronic fatigue, swelling in the legs and ankles. Your doctor will give all the instructions regarding the test preparation. But make sure you continuously drink water.
  • Renal. This test is done to check how the patient’s kidney look and how good they are performing. The main objective of the kidney is to expel out the waste product from the body. Blood urea nitrogen is one of the test parameters included in this profile. This test is also known as renal scan or renal imaging. This test requires a small amount of radioactive material. This radioactive material is inserted inside the body. And the amount of radioactive material used is very less, so the risk is very low.
  • Thyroid. The thyroid gland plays a serious role in maintaining our metabolism. It also maintains normal body temperature and heart rate. The thyroid gland is located in the centre of our neck. Normal levels of thyroid hormones:- TSH – 0.5-5.0 mU/L , T3 – 95-190 ng/dl , T4 – 5-11 µg/dl
  • Toxic Elements. Symptoms suggest that chronic toxic element exposure can adversely affect energy levels. One of the biggest surprises for the patient is that he or she can’t use flavour to identify toxic elements. Some poisonous metals are sweeter in taste.
  • Vitamin. The Vitamin deficiency can occur if you don’t eat enough amount of folate, vitamin- C. There may also come a case where patient’s body can’t absorb or process these vitamins. Symptoms may include:- Fatigue, Dizziness, Weight loss and Muscle weakness.
  • Wellness. This test does not require fasting. The magnesium test is also considered to check someone’s kidney disorder or disease. Patient’s doctor is the best person to talk to after the results are out. A patient can discuss what the test result means and what should be done next.