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Test Name
Overview
LOINC
AFB Culture
 
AFP α1-fetoprotein
The Elecsys AFP assay is indicated for serial measurements of AFP to aid in the management of patients with germ cell tumors.
11207-8
ALT
The enzyme alanine aminotransferase (ALT) has been widely reported as present in a variety of tissues. The major source of ALT is the liver, which has led to the measurement of ALT activity for the diagnosis of hepatic diseases. Elevated serum ALT is found in hepatitis, cirrhosis, obstructive jaundice, carcinoma of the liver, and chronic alcohol abuse. ALT is only slightly elevated in patients who have an uncomplicated myocardial infarction.
1742-6
APIXABAN
 
APTT
 
AST
Elevated serum levels are found in diseases involving these tissues. Hepatobiliary diseases, such as cirrhosis, metastatic carcinoma, and viral hepatitis also increase serum AST levels. Following myocardial infarction, serum AST is elevated and reaches a peak 2 days after onset.
1920-8
Albumin
The determination of albumin allows monitoring of a controlled patient dietary supplementation and serves also as an excellent test of liver function.
1746-7
Albumin Globulin Ratio
A total protein and A/G ratio test is often included as part of a comprehensive metabolic panel, a test that measures proteins and other substances in the blood. It may also be used to help diagnose kidney disease, liver disease, or nutritional problems.
Albumin Globulin Ratio
 
Alkaline Phosphatase
Assists in the diagnosis of disorders and bone disease associated with increases osteoblastic activity. A rise in the alkaline phosphatase occurs with all forms of cholestasis, particularly with obstructive jaundice. It is also elevated in diseases of the skeletal system, such as Paget’s disease, hyperparathyroidism, rickets and osteomalacia, as well as with fractures and malignant tumors. A considerable rise in the alkaline phosphatase activity is sometimes seen in children and juveniles. It is caused by increased osteoblast activity following accelerated bone growth.
6768-6
Amphetamines Qualitative
Detect the presence of amphetamine and methamphetamines
Amylase
Diagnosis and monitoring of acute pancreatitis.
1798-8
Anaerobic Culture
 
Anion Gap
An anion gap blood test checks the acid-base balance of your blood and if the electrolytes in your blood are properly balanced.
Anti-Müllerian Hormone
The determination of AMH is used for the assessment of the ovarian reserve in women presenting for fertility testing.
38476-8
BMP
 
BUN
Determination of blood urea nitrogen is the most widely used screening test for renal function. When used in conjunction with serum creatinine determinations it can aid in the differential diagnosis of the three types of azotemia: prerenal, renal and postrenal.
BUN Creatinine Ratio
 
BUN Creatinine Ratio
 
Barbiturates Qualitative
 
Benzodiazepines Qualitative
 
Blood Culture
 
600-7
Body Fluid Culture
 
610-6
CBC With Differential/Platelet
As a screening test to evaluate overall health; detect and/or identify a wide range of hematologic disorders; assist in managing medications/chemotherapeutic decisions
CBC Without Differential
As a screening test to evaluate overall health; detect and/or identify a wide range of hematologic disorders; assist in managing medications/chemotherapeutic decisions
CMP
 
CO2 (Bicarbonate)
The bicarbonate content of serum or plasma is a significant indicator of electrolyte dispersion and anion deficit. Together with pH determination, bicarbonate measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of numerous potentially serious disorders associated with acid‑base imbalance in the respiratory and metabolic systems.
CSF Culture
 
Calcium
Serum calcium levels are controlled by parathyroid hormone (PTH), calcitonin, and vitamin D. An imbalance in any of these modulators leads to alterations of the body and serum calcium levels. Increases in serum PTH or vitamin D are usually associated with hypercalcemia. Increased serum calcium levels may also be observed in multiple myeloma and other neoplastic diseases. Hypocalcemia may be observed e.g. in hypoparathyroidism, nephrosis, and pancreatitis.
Cancer Antigen 125
This immunoassay is indicated for use as an aid in the detection of residual or recurrent ovarian carcinoma.
10334-1
Cancer Antigen 19-9
The assay is indicated for the serial measurement of CA 19‑9 to aid in the management of patients diagnosed with cancers of the exocrine pancreas. The test is useful as an aid in the monitoring of disease status in those patients having confirmed pancreatic cancer who have levels of CA 19‑9 at some point in their disease process exceeding the median concentration determined for the apparently healthy cohort.
83084-4
Cannabinoids Qualitative
 
Carbamazepine
Aid Physicians in adjusting dosage and achieve optimal therapeutic effect while avoiding both subtherapeutic and toxic drug levels.
Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA)
Used in the follow‑up and therapy‑management of colorectal carcinoma.
2039-6
Chloride
Chloride is the major extracellular anion and serves to regulate the balance of extracellular fluid distribution. Similarly to the other ions, common causes of decreased chloride include reduced dietary intake, prolonged vomiting and reduced renal reabsorption as well as some forms of acidosis and alkalosis. Increased chloride values are found in dehydration, kidney failure, some forms of acidosis, high dietary or parenteral chloride intake, and salicylate poisoning.
Cholesterol
Cholesterol assays are used for screening for atherosclerotic risk and in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders involving elevated cholesterol levels as well as lipid and lipoprotein metabolic disorders.
2093-3
Coagulation
 
Cocaine Qualitative
Cocaine II (COC2) is an in vitro diagnostic test for the qualitative and semiquantitative detection of benzoylecgonine, the primary metabolite of cocaine, in human urine.
Complement C3
Activation of the complement system takes place via a classical and an alternative route. The two pathways come together in a joint terminal path. As complement factor C3 is a factor common to both pathways, the concentration of C3 and its degradation products (including C3c) can be evaluated as a parameter for activation of the complement system. Lowered values are indicative of activation. Additional differentiation can be made by determining C4. If the C4 level is normal, then activation of the alternative route is likely. Depressed values are observed in a number of inflammatory and infectious diseases. Primary causes are systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), rheumatoid arthritis, subacute bacterial endocarditis, viremia, parasitic infections or bacterial sepsis. A considerable decrease in C3 can be found in patients with partial lipodystrophy or membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis when the C3‑nephritis factor is present.
4485-9
Complement C4
Determinations is in assessing the course of hypocomplement conditions.
4498-2
Cortisol
To diagnose human diseases which are caused by the overproduction of cortisol in Cushing’s syndrome (CS), deficiency of adrenal steroid excretion in Addison’s disease, and for therapy monitoring (e.g. therapies designed to reduce the excessive production of cortisol in Cushing's syndrome and hormone replacement therapy in Addison's disease).
2143-6
Cortisol 0.5 HR
To diagnose human diseases which are caused by the overproduction of cortisol in Cushing’s syndrome (CS), deficiency of adrenal steroid excretion in Addison’s disease, and for therapy monitoring (e.g. therapies designed to reduce the excessive production of cortisol in Cushing's syndrome and hormone replacement therapy in Addison's disease).
Cortisol 1 HR
To diagnose human diseases which are caused by the overproduction of cortisol in Cushing’s syndrome (CS), deficiency of adrenal steroid excretion in Addison’s disease, and for therapy monitoring (e.g. therapies designed to reduce the excessive production of cortisol in Cushing's syndrome and hormone replacement therapy in Addison's disease).
Cortisol 1.5 HR
To diagnose human diseases which are caused by the overproduction of cortisol in Cushing’s syndrome (CS), deficiency of adrenal steroid excretion in Addison’s disease, and for therapy monitoring (e.g. therapies designed to reduce the excessive production of cortisol in Cushing's syndrome and hormone replacement therapy in Addison's disease).
Cortisol 2 HR
To diagnose human diseases which are caused by the overproduction of cortisol in Cushing’s syndrome (CS), deficiency of adrenal steroid excretion in Addison’s disease, and for therapy monitoring (e.g. therapies designed to reduce the excessive production of cortisol in Cushing's syndrome and hormone replacement therapy in Addison's disease).
Cortisol 3 HR
To diagnose human diseases which are caused by the overproduction of cortisol in Cushing’s syndrome (CS), deficiency of adrenal steroid excretion in Addison’s disease, and for therapy monitoring (e.g. therapies designed to reduce the excessive production of cortisol in Cushing's syndrome and hormone replacement therapy in Addison's disease).
Cortisol AM
To diagnose human diseases which are caused by the overproduction of cortisol in Cushing’s syndrome (CS), deficiency of adrenal steroid excretion in Addison’s disease, and for therapy monitoring (e.g. therapies designed to reduce the excessive production of cortisol in Cushing's syndrome and hormone replacement therapy in Addison's disease).
Cortisol Baseline
To diagnose human diseases which are caused by the overproduction of cortisol in Cushing’s syndrome (CS), deficiency of adrenal steroid excretion in Addison’s disease, and for therapy monitoring (e.g. therapies designed to reduce the excessive production of cortisol in Cushing's syndrome and hormone replacement therapy in Addison's disease).
Cortisol PM
To diagnose human diseases which are caused by the overproduction of cortisol in Cushing’s syndrome (CS), deficiency of adrenal steroid excretion in Addison’s disease, and for therapy monitoring (e.g. therapies designed to reduce the excessive production of cortisol in Cushing's syndrome and hormone replacement therapy in Addison's disease).
Creatine Kinase
The determination of CK and CK-isoenzyme activities is utilized in the diagnosis and monitoring of myocardial infarction and myopathies such as the progressive Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Following injury to the myocardium, such as occurs with acute myocardial infarction​, CK is released from the damaged myocardial cells. In early cases, a rise in the CK-activity can be found just 4 hours after an infarction.​ The CK activity reaches a maximum after 12-24 hours and then falls back to the normal range after 3-4 days.​
Creatinine
The assay of creatinine in serum or plasma is the most commonly used test to assess renal function.
Creatinine Body Fluid
The assay of creatinine in serum or plasma is the most commonly used test to assess renal function.
12190-5
D Dimer
 
DHEA-S
The determination of elevated DHEA‑S values is an important aid in the diagnosis of hirsutism and virilism. In addition to a differential diagnosis of hirsutism and virilism further indications for this parameter are all forms of androgenisation, hyperprolactinemia, polycystic ovarian syndrome, and the exclusion of an androgen producing tumor of the adrenal cortex.
2191-5
Direct Bilirubin
Measurements of bilirubin are used in the diagnosis of liver disease, in the detection of hemolytic anemia, and to evaluate degrees of jaundice.
1968-7
Ear Culture
 
608-0
Electrolytes
See individual Tests
Environmental Culture
 
Estradiol
The determination of estradiol is utilized clinically in the elucidation of fertility disorders in the hypothalamus‑pituitary‑gonad axis, gynecomastia, estrogen‑producing ovarian and testicular tumors. Further clinical indications are the monitoring of fertility therapy and determining the time of ovulation within the framework of in vitro fertilization (IVF).
Ethanol
Ethyl alcohol measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of alcohol intoxication and poisoning.
Eye Culture
 
609-8
Ferritin
Aid in the diagnosis of iron deficiency anemia and iron overload. Monitor iron status.
20567-4
Fibrinogen
 
Folate
Folic acid measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of anemias.
2284-8
Follicle Stimulating Hormone
Determination of the FSH concentration is used in the elucidation of dysfunctions within the hypothalamus‑pituitary‑gonads system.
15067-2
Free T3
Free T3 is a useful tool in clinical routine diagnostics for the assessment of the thyroid status. Free T3 measurements support the differential diagnosis of thyroid disorders, are needed to distinguish different forms of hyperthyroidism, and to identify patients with T3 thyrotoxicosis.
Free T4
Free T4 is a useful tool in clinical routine diagnostics for the assessment of the thyroid status. It should be measured together with TSH if thyroid disorders are suspected and is also suitable for monitoring thyrosuppressive therapy
Fungal (hair, skin, and nails) Culture
 
Fungal (other) Culture
 
GGT
γ‑glutamyltransferase (GGT) is used in the diagnosis and monitoring of hepatobiliary diseases. Enzymatic activity of GGT is often the only parameter with increased values when testing for such diseases, and is one of the most sensitive indicators known. γ glutamyltransferase is also a sensitive screening test for occult alcoholism. Elevated GGT activities are found in the serum of patients requiring long-term medication with phenobarbital and phenytoin.
2324-2
Globulin
 
Glucose
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose 2 HR Postprandial
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Body Fluid
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders, fungal or bacterial infection, tuberculosis or certain other types of meningitis.
2344-0
Glucose Tolerance 0.5 HR
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance 1 HR
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance 1 HR Gestational
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance 2 HR
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance 2 HR Gestational
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance 3 HR
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance 3 HR Gestational
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance 4 HR
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance 5 HR
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance 6 HR
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance Fasting
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
Glucose Tolerance Fasting Gestational
Diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.
HBsAg II Confirmatory
Immunoassay for the in vitro qualitative detection of hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) in human adult serum and plasma. Assay results, in conjunction with other serological and clinical information, may be used for the laboratory diagnosis of individuals at risk for infection with HBV or with signs and symptoms of hepatitis. In addition, this assay may be used to screen for hepatitis B infection in pregnant women to identify neonates at high risk of acquiring HBV during the perinatal period.
65633-0
HCG + β-subunit
Detect early pregnancy. Elevated hCG concentrations not associated with pregnancy are found in patients with other diseases such as tumors of the germ cells, ovaries, bladder, pancreas, stomach, lungs, and liver.
HDL Cholesterol
Monitoring of HDL‑cholesterol in serum or plasma is of clinical relevance as the HDL‑cholesterol concentration is important in the assessment of atherosclerotic risk.
2085-9
HIV
Used as an aid in the diagnosis of HIV‑1 and/or HIV‑2 infection, including acute or primary HIV‑1 infection.
Haptoglobin
Measures the amount of haptoglobin in the blood. Low results may be a sign of a disorder of the red blood cells, such as anemia.
4542-7
HbA1c
HbA1c reflects the average blood glucose level during the preceding 2 to 3 months. HbA1c is thus suitable to monitor long-term blood glucose control in individuals with diabetes mellitus.
4548-4
Hemolysis
 
Hepatic Panel
 
Hepatitis A Antibodies (IgM)
The assay is intended for use as an aid in the laboratory diagnosis of an acute or recently acquired hepatitis A virus infection.
13950-1
Hepatitis B Core Antibodies (IgM)
The presence of anti‑HBc IgM, in conjunction with other laboratory results and clinical information, is indicative of acute or recent hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. The immunoassay's performance has not been established for the monitoring of HBV disease or therapy.
13953-5
Hepatitis B Core Antibodies Total (IgM+IgG)
The detection of total anti‑HBc is indicative of a laboratory diagnosis for HBV infection. Further HBV serological marker testing is required to define the specific disease state. The immunoassay's performance has not been established for the monitoring of HBV disease or therapy.
13952-7
Hepatitis B Surface Antibody
 
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
Assay results may be used as an aid in the determination of susceptibility to hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection for individuals prior to or following HBV vaccination, or where vaccination status is unknown. Assay results may be used with other HBV serological markers for the laboratory diagnosis of HBV disease associated with HBV infection. A reactive assay result will allow a differential diagnosis in individuals displaying signs and symptoms of hepatitis in whom etiology is unknown.
5196-1
Hepatitis C Antibody
Assay results, in conjunction with other laboratory results and clinical information, may be used to aid in the presumptive diagnosis of HCV infection in persons with signs and symptoms of hepatitis and in persons at risk for hepatitis C infection. The test does not determine the state of infection or associated disease.
13953-5
Hepatitis Panel
 
Homocysteine
The assay can assist in the diagnosis of patients suspected of having hyperhomocysteinemia or homocystinuria.
Icterus
 
IgA Quant
Decreased synthesis of IgA is observed in acquired and congenital immunodeficiency diseases such as Bruton type agammaglobulinemia. Reduced levels of IgA can be caused by protein-losing gastroenteropathies and loss through skin from burns
IgG Quant
Decreased synthesis of IgG is found in congenital and acquired immunodeficiency diseases and selective IgG subclass deficiencies, such as Bruton type agammaglobulinemia. Decreased IgG concentrations in serum and plasma are seen in protein‑losing enteropathies, nephrotic syndrome and through the skin from burns. Increased IgG metabolism is found in Wiskott‑Aldrich syndrome, myotonic dystrophy and with anti‑immunoglobulin antibodies.
IgM Quant
Increased polyclonal IgM levels are found in viral, bacterial, and parasitic infections, liver diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, cystic fibrosis and heroin addiction. Monoclonal IgM is increased in Waldenström’s macroglobulinemia. Increased loss of IgM is found in protein‑losing enteropathies and in burns. Decreased synthesis of IgM occurs in congenital and acquired immunodeficiency syndromes.
Indirect Bilirubin
Diseases or conditions which, through hemolytic processes, produce bilirubin faster than the liver can metabolize it, cause the levels of unconjugated (indirect) bilirubin to increase in the circulation. Liver immaturity and several other diseases in which the bilirubin conjugation mechanism is impaired cause similar elevations of circulating unconjugated bilirubin. Bile duct obstruction or damage to hepatocellular structure causes increases in the levels of both conjugated (direct) and unconjugated (indirect) bilirubin in the circulation.
1968-7
Indirect Bilirubin
Screening for liver problems or damage, such as cirrhosis. 
1968-7
Insulin
The determination of insulin is utilized in the diagnosis and therapy of various disorders of carbohydrate metabolism, including diabetes mellitus and hypoglycemia.
Insulin 0.5 HR
The determination of insulin is utilized in the diagnosis and therapy of various disorders of carbohydrate metabolism, including diabetes mellitus and hypoglycemia.
Insulin 1 HR
The determination of insulin is utilized in the diagnosis and therapy of various disorders of carbohydrate metabolism, including diabetes mellitus and hypoglycemia.
Insulin 2 HR
The determination of insulin is utilized in the diagnosis and therapy of various disorders of carbohydrate metabolism, including diabetes mellitus and hypoglycemia.
Insulin 3 HR
The determination of insulin is utilized in the diagnosis and therapy of various disorders of carbohydrate metabolism, including diabetes mellitus and hypoglycemia.
Insulin Baseline
The determination of insulin is utilized in the diagnosis and therapy of various disorders of carbohydrate metabolism, including diabetes mellitus and hypoglycemia.
Iron
Iron (non‑heme) measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as iron deficiency anemia, hemochromatosis (a disease associated with widespread deposit in the tissue of the two iron‑containing pigments, hemosiderin and hemofuscin, and characterized by pigmentation of the skin), and chronic renal disease. Iron determinations are performed for the diagnosis and monitoring of microcytic anemia (e.g. due to iron metabolism disorders and hemoglobinopathy), macrocytic anemia (e.g. due to vitamin B12 deficiency, folic acid deficiency and drug‑induced metabolic disorders of unknown origin) as well as normocytic anemias such as renal anemia (erythropoietin deficiency), hemolytic anemia, hemoglobinopathy, bone marrow disease and toxic bone marrow damage.
LDL Cholesterol
Low Density Lipoproteins (LDL) play a key role in causing and influencing the progression of atherosclerosis and, in particular, coronary sclerosis.
2085-9
Lactate Dehydrogenase
Elevated serum levels of LDH have been observed in a variety of disease states. The highest levels are seen in patients with megaloblastic anemia, disseminated carcinoma and shock. Moderate increases occur in muscular disorders, nephrotic syndrome and cirrhosis. Mild increases in LDH activity have been reported in cases of myocardial or pulmonary infarction, leukemia, hemolytic anemia and non‑viral hepatitis.
2536-1
Lipase
Clinical chemistry parameters for the differential diagnosis of diseases of the pancreas.
Lipemia
 
Lipid Panel
 
Lithium
Monitor treatment
Low Molecular Weight Heparin (LMWH)
 
Luteinizing Hormone
The determination of LH in conjunction with FSH is utilized for the following indications: congenital diseases with chromosome aberrations (e.g. Turner's syndrome), polycystic ovaries (PCO), clarifying the causes of amenorrhea, menopausal syndrome, and suspected Leydig cell insufficiency.
10501-5
Magnesium
This assay is used for diagnosing and monitoring hypomagnesemia (magnesium deficiency) and hypermagnesemia (magnesium excess).
Methadone Qualitative
The detection of methadone in human urine.
Microalbumin Urine
The determination of β2-microglobulin in urine
Opiates Qualitative
Opiates II (OPI2) is an in vitro diagnostic test for the qualitative and semiquantitative detection of morphine and its metabolites in human urine
Oxycodone Qualitative
Detection of oxycodone and its metabolite, oxymorphone, in human urine
19642-8
PSA free
This immunoassay is indicated for measurement of fPSA in conjunction with the Elecsys total PSA assay to develop a ratio (% fPSA) of fPSA to tPSA. This ratio is useful when used in conjunction with the Elecsys total PSA test as an aid in distinguishing prostate cancer from benign prostatic conditions in men age 50 years or older who have a digital rectal examination (DRE) that is not suspicious for prostate cancer and an Elecsys total PSA value in the range 4.00 ng/mL to 10.0 ng/mL. Prostate biopsy is required for the diagnosis of prostate cancer.
10886-0
PSA total
This immunoassay, a quantitative in vitro diagnostic test for total (free + complexed) prostate-specific antigen (tPSA) in human serum and plasma, is indicated for the measurement of total PSA in conjunction with digital rectal examination (DRE) as an aid in the detection of prostate cancer in men aged 50 years or older.
83112-3
PTH Intact and Calcium
 
Parathyroid Hormone
Determination of intact parathyroid hormone in human serum and plasma
59835-9
Phencyclidine Qualitative
Detection of phencyclidine and its metabolites in human urine
Phenobarbital
Phenobarbital is one of the most commonly used drugs for the treatment of grand mal, psychomotor epilepsy, and other forms of focal epilepsy. Monitoring of the serum level of the drug is essential in order to achieve maximal seizure control while maintaining minimal blood levels to avoid negative side effects.
Phenytoin
Phenytoin (diphenylhydantoin) has been used extensively for seizure control in patients having both grand mal epilepsy (major motor), cortical focal seizures, and temporal lobe epilepsy.​1 Serum level monitoring of the drug is essential in order to achieve maximal seizure control while maintaining minimal blood levels.​
Phosphorous
Determination of phosphorus in human serum and plasma
Potassium
Potassium is the major intracellular cation and is critical to neural and muscle cell activity. Some causes of decreased potassium levels include reduced intake of dietary potassium or excessive loss of potassium from the body due to diarrhea, prolonged vomiting or increased renal excretion. Increased potassium levels may be caused by dehydration or shock, severe burns, diabetic ketoacidosis, and retention of potassium by the kidney.
Prealbumin
Determination of prealbumin in human serum
14338-8
ProBNP
This assay is used as an aid in the diagnosis of individuals suspected of having congestive heart failure.
Procalcitonin
 
33959-8
Progesterone
The determination of progesterone is utilized in fertility diagnosis for the detection of ovulation and assessment of the luteal phase.
Prolactin
The determination of prolactin is utilized in the diagnosis of anovular cycles, hyperprolactinemic amenorrhea and galactorrhea, gynecomastia and azoo-spermia.
20568-2
Propoxyphene Qualitative
Propoxyphene Plus (PPX) is an in vitro diagnostic test for the qualitative and semiquantitative detection of propoxyphene and its metabolites in human urine
Protime
 
Renal Panel
 
Respiratory Culture
 
624-7
Rheumatoid Factors
Rheumatoid factors in vitro qualitative determination of Rheumatoid Factors in human serum.
11572-5
Screen and Diagnostic Panel
 
Serum Panel
 
Sex Hormone Binding Globulin
Measurement of SHBG can be an important indicator of an excessive/chronic androgenic action where androgen levels are normal, but where clinical symptoms would seem to indicate androgen in excess. SHBG is a useful supplementary parameter in the determination of androgen where a relatively high concentration of free androgen (e.g. testosterone) is suspected. Elevated SHBG levels can be seen in elderly men, and are often found in patients with hyperthyroidism and cirrhosis of the liver. SHBG levels also increase when oral contraceptives or antiepileptic drugs are taken. Pregnant women have markedly higher SHBG serum concentrations due to their increased estrogen production. Decreased SHBG concentrations are often seen with hypothyroidism, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), obesity, hirsutism, elevated androgen levels, alopecia, and acromegaly.
13967-5
Sodium
Sodium is the major extracellular cation and functions to maintain fluid distribution and osmotic pressure. Some causes of decreased levels of sodium include prolonged vomiting or diarrhea, diminished reabsorption in the kidney and excessive fluid retention. Common causes of increased sodium include excessive fluid loss, high salt intake and increased kidney reabsorption.
Stool Culture
 
625-4
Syphilis
The Elecsys Syphilis assay uses recombinant antigens representing the lipoproteins TpN17, TpN15 and TpN47 for the detection of anti‑Treponema pallidum antibodies.
TSH
The determination of TSH serves as the initial test in thyroid diagnostics.
TSH+Free T4
 
TSHR Reflex
 
Testosterone
Immunoassay for the in vitro quantitative determination of testosterone in human serum
2986-8
Throat Culture
 
Thyroglobulin Antibody
Immunoassay for the in vitro quantitative determination of antibodies to Thyroglobulin in human serum
8098-6
Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies
Immunoassay for the in vitro quantitative determination of antibodies to thyroid peroxidase in human serum
8099-4
Thyroid Peroxidase and Thyroglobulin Antibodies
 
Tissue Culture
 
20474-3
Total Bilirubin
Measurement of the levels of bilirubin, an organic compound formed during the normal and abnormal destruction of red blood cells, is used in the diagnosis and treatment of liver, hemolytic, hematological, and metabolic disorders, including hepatitis and gall bladder blockage.
1975-2
Total Iron Binding Capacity
The sum of the serum iron and UIBC represents total iron‑binding capacity (TIBC). TIBC is a measurement for the maximum iron concentration that transferrin can bind.
Total Iron Binding Capacity
 
Total Protein
In vitro test for the quantitative determination of total protein in human serum
2880-3
Total Protein Body Fluid
Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) protein measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions such as meningitis, brain tumors and infections of the central nervous system.1
2880-3
Total Protein Urine
Protein measurements in urine are used in the diagnosis and treatment of disease conditions such as renal or heart diseases, or thyroid disorders, which are characterized by proteinuria or albuminuria.
Total T3
The determination of T3 is utilized in the diagnosis of T3 thyrotoxicosis, the detection of early stages of hyperthyroidism and for indicating a diagnosis of thyrotoxicosis factitia.2
Total T4
The determination of T4 can be utilized for the following indications: the detection of hyperthyroidism, the detection of primary and secondary hypothyroidism, and the monitoring of TSH‑suppression therapy.
3026-2
Transferrin
Transferrin saturation in conjunction with ferritin gives a conclusive prediction of the exclusion of iron overloading in patients with chronic liver disease.
3034-6
Triglycerides
The determination of triglycerides is utilized in the diagnosis and treatment of patients having diabetes mellitus, nephrosis, liver obstruction, lipid metabolism disorders and numerous other endocrine diseases.
2571-8
UA + Microscopic
To detect and manage a wide range of disorders, such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease and diabetes. 
UA + Microscopic + Reflex to Culture
To detect and manage a wide range of disorders, such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease and diabetes. 
UA Routine
To detect and manage a wide range of disorders, such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease and diabetes. 
UIBC
Unsaturated iron-binding capacity (UIBC) is used along with a serum iron test and a total iron-binding capacity test (TIBC) to evaluate suspected iron deficiency or iron overload.
Uric Acid
Uric acid measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of numerous renal and metabolic disorders, including renal failure, gout, leukemia, psoriasis, starvation or other wasting conditions, and of patients receiving cytotoxic drugs.
34385-5
Urine Culture
 
630-4
Valproic Acid
Monitoring efficacy and dosage
Vancomycin Peak
Monitor clinical efficacy and to limit potential dose dependent serious side effects.
4090-7
Vancomycin Random
Monitor clinical efficacy and to limit potential dose dependent serious side effects.
20578-1
Vancomycin Trough
Monitor clinical efficacy and to limit potential dose dependent serious side effects.
4092-3
Vitamin B12
Screen and diagnose Vitamin B12 deficiency
Vitamin D Total
Binding assay for the in vitro quantitative determination of total 25‑hydroxyvitamin D in human serum
Wound Culture
 
632-0
eGFR
 
hs-CRP
Measurement of CRP is of use for the detection and evaluation of inflammatory disorders and associated diseases, infection and tissue injury. Highly sensitive measurement of CRP may also be used as an aid in the assessment of the risk of future coronary heart disease. When used as an adjunct to other laboratory evaluation methods of acute coronary syndromes, it may also be an additional independent indicator of recurrent event prognosis in patients with stable coronary disease or acute coronary syndrome.
30522-7
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