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Blood Studies (anemia) (28)
Heart (cardiac) (7)
*Conditional Tests: Testing of these is conditional depending on results of other tests
BLOOD, SODIUM FLUORIDE PLASMA (2 HR), WHOLE BLOOD EDTA, URINE
All age group
Curated by Dr Sravya, the Apollo Diabetes Panel - Essential comprises tests like fasting, PP, HbA1c, complete urine examination, CBC, LFT and creatinine serum to monitor if diabetes is putting you at risk of vision loss, kidney failure, or heart disease. 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 chronic health problems and affects the production or use of insulin. This directly leads to irregular glucose (blood sugar) levels in the body. As such, a Diabetes Test can not only monitor the condition and its related effects but also accurately pinpoint whether an individual is at risk of developing it.
Regardless, it may be challenging to identify if you have diabetes, especially in the early stages. This is due to the symptoms typically being subtle or developing gradually. However, specific clinical markers can indicate an undiagnosed case of the condition. These include the following:
If left untreated, diabetes results in elevated glucose levels, subsequently damaging nerves and blood vessels. Some of the other related complications include:
Opting for a blood test for diabetes can help prevent these issues from occurring entirely. As such, Apollo 24|7 offers a collection of tests that provides a comprehensive overview of the condition. The hosted package includes a total of 75 individual clinical examinations and can be broadly categorised into the following divisions:
Each listed category deals with specific biological areas. For instance, the included urine analysis has 18 separate tests that assess the presence of pus and epithelial cells in addition to the following:
Meanwhile, the Complete Blood Count (CBC) blood count examines haemoglobin levels and Red Blood Cells (RBCs), in addition to a leukocyte count (white blood cells). Collectively, these clinical assessments can provide an accurate medical analysis for a diabetic patient. Conversely, they can also identify if you are at risk for developing the condition.
Notwithstanding, you should consider opting for the Apollo 24|7 Diabetes Test if you:
It’s essential to note that a person's age significantly increases the risk for diabetes. Thus, if you are above 45 years old, it is crucial to opt for a blood test for diabetes to establish a standard range of individual blood sugar levels.
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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