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Basic Health Screening (CMP 12+CBC+UA)

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The Basic Health Screening (also referred to as a Chemistry Panel) is designed to measure and evaluate the body's major organ functions such as the heart, liver, kidney, gland, nerve, bone and muscle functions.  Since blood flows throughout the body, providing oxygen and nutrients, and drawing waste products out, an analysis of a patient's blood can identify many medical conditions.  This package includes an analysis of the following elements, empowering you to take control of your health.  The panel includes a Complete Metabolic Profile (CMP 12), Complete Blood Count (CBC) and Urinalysis (UA).


Glucose:  Glucose is a measure of the sugar level in your blood.  Specific levels can indicate diabetes, or hypoglycemia.

Waste Products

Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN):  BUN is a waste product produced in the liver and excreted by the kidneys.  BUN levels (and the BUN / creatine ratio) assess kidney function. 

Creatinine:  Creatinine is a waste product primarily from muscle breakdown.  Levels estimate the kidney filtration rate.

Glom Filtration Rate:  A measure of how well the kidneys are filtering the blood.

Uric Acid:  The uric acid blood test is used to detect high levels of this compound in the blood in order to help diagnose gout. The test is also used to monitor uric acid levels in people undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment for cancer.


Sodium: Sodium is an electrolyte that is regulated by the kidneys.  Body fluid and electrolyte balance are important measures of kidney function.

Potassium:  Potassium is an electrolyte that is controlled by the kidneys.  It is critical for proper functioning of the nerves and muscles, particularly the heart.

Chloride:  Chloride is another electrolyte that is involved in maintaining the proper balance of body fluids and the body's acid-base balance.



Calcium:  Calcium is controlled in the blood by the glands and the kidneys.  It is important for proper blood clotting, nerve, and cell activity.

Phosphorus:  Phosphorus is regulated by the kidneys and high levels may indicate kidney disease.


Albumin:  Albumin is a type of protein in your blood.

Globulin: Globulin is a type of protein that is important for fighting disease.

Total Protein: The amount of total protein evaluates kidney functions and the albumin / globulin ratio are general indices of overall health and nutrition.


Total Bilirubin:  Bilirubin is a pigment removed from the blood by the liver.  Levels are used to evaluate liver and gallbladder function.

Alkaline Phosphatase: Alkaline phosphatase is an enzyme found mainly in bones and the liver.  Specific levels can indicate liver or bone disease. 

GGTP: GGTP is an enzyme found in muscles, the liver and heart that facilitates chemical activities within cells.  Damage from alcohol, medications, vitamins and a number of diseases could be reflected in high values.

LDH:  LDH is an enzyme found in all the cells in the body.  Anything which damages cells including injury or disease will raise amounts in the blood.

SGOT (also called AST):  AST/SGOT is also a liver and muscle enzyme.  Specific levels may indicate problems with the liver, gallbladder, or pancreas. 


ALT/SGPT:  The ALT blood test measures the level of the enzyme alanine transaminase (ALT) in the blood . ALT is found primarily in the liver, but is also found in smaller amounts in the kidneys, heart, muscles, and pancreas. The ALT test checks how well your liver is working and evaluates its overall health. The ALT test was formerly called serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase (SGPT). 

Complete Blood Count (CBC)

Iron: Iron works with protein to make the hemoglobin in red blood cells, which carries oxygen to all parts of the body.  Levels evaluate several conditions such as iron deficient anemia and hemochromatosis.

White Blood Count: The total number of white blood cells per volume of whole blood.   Abnormal levels may indicate infection, certain types of leukemia, or bone marrow diseases.

Red Blood Count: The total number of red blood cells per volume of whole blood.

Hemoglobin (Hgb):  Hemoglobin is the amount of oxygen carrying protein contained within the red blood cells.  Abnormal levels may indicate anemia, red blood cell breakdown, or vitamin deficiencies.

Hematocrit  (Hct): Hematocrit is the percentage of the blood volume occupied by red blood cells.  Levels evaluate anemia, bone marrow failure, and certain cancers.


Urinalysis (UA)

A UA is an array of tests and one of the most proven methods of medical diagnosis. The urinalysis measures glucose, protein, blood, bilirubin, ketones, nitrates, leukocytes, sediment, bacteria, PH and specific gravity.

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Relatively Easy
Julie (Chino, CA) 8/21/2014 4:08 PM
At first the lab didn't know what to make of my requisition form when I didn't also hand them my insurance card. But after a minute of explaining that I ordered this test, I was in and out in 5 minutes!
Just what the doctor ordered...
Doug (Pittsburgh) 9/6/2013 9:54 AM
I went for a physical and my doc handed me a script for blood work. It had "cbc, cmp + ua" scribbled on it. After like 2 hours search to learn what those things meant, I tracked down this site and ordered the test for $59!! My health insurance stinks and would have been like $250 for this!
easy process
C.Blanch (SLC, Ut) 5/21/2010 10:32 AM
At first I was confused about why I needed to go to Labcorp for this test... now I get it. these guys make lab tests really cheap. It's the same test my doctor sent me for, but when i paid labcorp directly it was like 3x the price.! the site could explain things better, but the actual process was great.
Glad to use labcorp on west coast
Malcolm (Naples, FL) 3/29/2010 5:25 PM
I used to go to health testing when i lived in fort lauderdale. I moved to naples and thought i'd have to pay to see a doctor to get my annual basic test. Nope! Ordering online and getting test done at labcorp in Naples is easy! $59 is a great price too.
Affordable Option
Aaron Sims (Lancaster, PA) 3/9/2010 1:52 PM
I have only basic insurance that doesn't cover regular doctor visits or tests. My doctor actually recommended Health Testing Centers and I was able to save a good deal of money on the tests he prescribed.