Apollo Diabetes Panel - Advance Female

Also Known as Sugar Package, Weight loss package, Sugar test
All gender10- 12 Hr fasting is required
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  • expandDiabetes (2)

  • expandVitamin (1)

  • expandBlood Studies (anemia) (28)

  • expandKidney (3)

  • expandHeart (cardiac) (7)

  • expandLiver (10)

  • expandOthers (27)


*Conditional Tests: Testing of these is conditional depending on results of other tests


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Age group

All age group

Curated by Dr Anusha, the Apollo Diabetes Panel - Advance comprises tests like fasting, PP, HbA1c, complete urine examination, CBC, LFT, cholesterol, vitamin B12, vitamin D, calcium and creatinine serum to monitor if diabetes is putting you at risk of liver or kidney failure, heart diseases, vitamin deficiencies and any other serious illnesses. This test should be taken by people of all age group who are either prediabetic, diabetic or has a family history of diabetes.

Diabetes is one of the most common diseases that affect people all over the world. It is characterised by too high blood glucose levels. The condition is linked to multiple health complications. It is worth mentioning that the risk of certain diabetes complications, such as heart disease and kidney disease, is higher in women than men. The Apollo Diabetes Panel - Advance Female is a comprehensive set of 78 tests across eight screening categories. All eight categories look at different organs and bodily functions to offer an accurate diagnosis of diabetes.

With Apollo Diabetes Panel - Advance Female, a clinician can detect diabetes, prediabetes, and gestational diabetes. A blood sugar test from Apollo 24|7 can help determine whether a person's blood glucose level, commonly known as blood sugar, is above the recommended range. The type of diabetes that a person has can also be determined using a blood glucose test.

While some people may not exhibit any symptoms, they may still have type 2 diabetes risk factors and require testing, sometimes repeatedly. Additionally, pregnant women should be checked for gestational diabetes. On receiving the results, doctors can discuss the outcomes of the best diabetes panel with their patients and devise a plan to help manage the condition and avoid health issues by detecting diabetes early.

The Advanced Diabetes Panel - Advance Female consists of the following sets of lab tests.

  • Glucose, Fasting: This test measures the amount of blood sugar in circulation after an overnight fast or a fast of 8 to 12 hours.
  • HbA1c: This test evaluates the blood sugar in an individual’s bloodstream in the last two to three months.
  • Creatinine Serum: Creatinine serum test determines the kidney’s ability to clear out waste and toxins from the blood.
  • Microalbumin: A urine test that detects extremely small concentrations of blood protein in the urine.
  • Complete urine examination: The complete urine examination or the urinalysis is a panel of urine tests used to diagnose a range of conditions related to the liver and kidney in particular.
  • Electrolytes: The electrolytes blood test determines the level of main electrolytes in the body.
  • Lipid Profile: This is a comprehensive cholesterol test that evaluates the amount of triglycerides and cholesterol in the bloodstream.
  • Vitamin B12: The Vitamin B-12 test evaluates the presence of Vitamin B-12 in the blood or urine and analyses vitamin stores in the entire body.
  • Vitamin D: This test screens for Vitamin D levels in the body to detect low levels of it in order to treat the deficiency with supplements.
  • Complete Blood Count: This is a thorough panel that tests the blood cell to evaluate the different components of the blood.
  • Calcium serum: This test analyses the quantity of calcium in the blood and is used to address deficiency issues.
  • CA - 125: It is a test for detecting the cancer antigen 125 and monitoring individuals pre and post-cancer treatment.
  • Liver function test: This test evaluates liver health using a set of tests specifically used to monitor the different enzymes and proteins in the blood.

All of the aforementioned tests are part of the Apollo Diabetes Panel - Advance Female, which examines diabetic patients to see whether they are at increased risk for major illnesses. These include heart disease, liver or kidney failure, vitamin deficiency, and other serious diseases that may arise due to diabetes. People of all ages who are prediabetic, diabetic, or have a history of diabetes in their family should undergo this test routinely to prevent future complications.

Some of the signs and symptoms that should propel an individual to take the best diabetes panel have been listed here:

  • Frequent urination
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Loss of weight
  • Cuts or bruises that take a while to heal
  • Itchy skin
  • Feeling extremely hungry or thirsty despite eating or having recently eaten
  • Extreme fatigue or tiredness
  • Pain, tingling, or numbness in the hands, feet, or legs
  • Blurred vision
  • Frequently bouts of yeast infections
  • Erectile dysfunction

While diabetes affects people adversely and increases the risk of many illnesses, it has little to no effect on people’s daily lives. In fact, minor lifestyle adjustments can make treating diabetes much easier. These alterations and adjustments may include the following:

  • measuring glucose or blood sugar levels regularly
  • exercising frequently
  • Regulating blood pressure.
  • undergoing routine blood sugar test
  • Regular meal preparation
  • combining medication with a healthy diet

faqFrequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Frequently asked questions

The three types of diabetes that can be detected using the Apollo Diabetes Panel - Advance Female are: Type 1 diabetes: A variant of diabetes where the pancreas stops producing insulin Type 2 diabetes: When the body develops resistance to the insulin created in the body, or the body stops producing adequate amounts of insulin Gestational diabetes: Occurs due to hormonal changes that take place during pregnancy
Diabetes still does not have a cure. However, doctors can create treatment plans to help manage the condition efficiently. This may include lifestyle modifications, medications to control blood sugar levels and adding physical activity to the mix.
Women and females remain susceptible to all types of diabetes. However, once they acquire type 2 diabetes, they stand to experience more complications than men. Moreover, childbearing or expectant individuals are usually prone to acquiring gestational diabetes.
Some of the most commonly administered medications for diabetes are: Insulin Amylinomimetic injectables Alpha-glucosidase inhibitors Biguanides Dopamine-2 agonist GLP-1 receptor agonists Dipeptidyl peptidase-4  inhibitors Meglitinides
Some of the medical ailments that occur as a result of diabetes can be quite serious and even prove to be fatal in certain cases. These may include: Heart disease High blood pressure Stroke Kidney disease Eye damage Foot problems However, with appropriate treatment, they can be kept at bay.

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The information mentioned above is meant for educational purposes only and should not be taken as a substitute to your Physician’s advice. It is highly recommended that the customer consults with a qualified healthcare professional to interpret test results