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Heart Health Screening- Level II

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This Heart Health Screening Level II package can help in identifying the early signs of heart disease, allowing individuals to take charge of their own health. With early detection, steps can be taken to reduce the risk of this serious illness. The Heart Health Screening Level II package includes the following screening tests:

Basic Health Screen (BHS)

Also called a chemistry panel, the Basic Health Screening, consists of a CMP, CBC, and urinalysis, and is designed to assess the functionality of your major organs, including your heart, kidneys, and liver as well as your bones, muscles, and nerves.  A CMP, which stands for Comprehensive Metabolic Panel, is actually a series of 14 specific tests that display information about your pH balance, electrolyte levels, blood sugars, and blood proteins, as well as the functionality of your kidneys and liver.  CBC stands for Complete Blood Count to check for diseases such as anemia or various infections. Like the CMP, it is actually a panel of tests that check for things such as your red and white blood cell counts, platelet numbers, hemoglobin levels, and various other factors. A urinalysis is useful to check for diabetes and urinary tract infections. It gives accurate measurements of things such as your glucose and ketone levels.

NMR Lipoprofile

The NMR Lipoprofile blood test measures the size and amount of LDL particles in the blood. LDL particles are the major concern in atherosclerosis. This diagnostic test is an advanced cardiovascular test, which provides more detailed information than the traditional standard lipid profile testing, helping clinicians make better treatment choices based on results (Results from this test will take from 5 to 7 days.)

Lipid Profile 

Includes total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and triglycerides. High cholesterol is a risk factor for coronary heart disease, heart attack, and stroke. LDL, also known as bad cholesterol, can contribute to atherosclerosis by building up on the lining of arteries. Monitoring cholesterol levels can help determine whether lifestyle or changes in lifestyle are making a difference in your health or if an additional step, such as medication, is indicated.

High-Sensitivity C-Reactive Protein Test (hs-CRP) 

This blood test is used for assessing the risk of heart disease. When CRP levels are high, this can be an indication of heart disease. This protein is produced by the liver. If an inflammation develops in the body, the level of C-Reactive proteins will become elevated. Doctors often use this test to determine if an inflammation is present in the body. However, new studies have clearly shown that when CRP levels are higher than normal, the risk of experiencing a heart attack also becomes higher. Doctors now suggest that patients have routine CRP testing along with regular cholesterol testing.

Hemoglobin A1C

The Hemoglobin A1C measures long-term blood sugar levels rather than the sugar in your blood at a specific point in time.