Glycohemoglobin (Hemoglobin A1C)
Used to monitor a person’s diabetes. This test is usually performed with the first diagnosis and then several times a year.
BMP (Basic Metabolic Panel)
A group of tests used as a screening tool to check for diabetes and kidney disease.
CBC (Complete Blood Count)
Determines general health and screens for disorders such as anemia, as well as nutritional status and toxic substance exposure.
ESR (Sedimentation Rate)
This test to determine the cause of inflammation, or to help diagnose and follow the course of joint or muscle pain.
Flu (Influenza A and B Screen)
This test is used to diagnose influenza A or B or to other causes. Testing may be done using a nasopharyngeal swab, nasal aspirate or wash, or a throat swab.