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- VERTICAL AUTO PROFILE (VAP®) TEST
VERTICAL AUTO PROFILE (VAP®) TEST
WHAT IS TESTED FOR IN A VAP LAB TEST?
Cholesterol Panel: Total Cholesterol, LDL, HDL, Triglycerides
Apolipoproteins: Apo B, Apo A1, B/A1 ratio
Non-HDL Cholesterol, Remnant Lipoproteins, Lp(a), LDL density pattern
WHAT IS THE PRICE OF THE VAP TEST?
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The VAP® Test uses the most advanced technology that provides an extremely accurate picture of an individual’s potential for heart disease and diabetes. This information is a great tool for your physician to provide the proper steps in preventing future heart attacks.
The VAP Test provides a detailed report of individual lipoprotein subclasses and Apolipoprotein subclasses. This test not only includes the basic cholesterol tests, but also identifies any cholesterol abnormalities that can be a precursor to heart disease or diabetes.
This is not a fasting blood test, which gives you flexibility for different appointment times and doesn’t have to be done early in the day.
WHY SHOULD I CONSIDER THE VERTICAL AUTO PROFILE (VAP) LAB TEST?
Since heart disease is the leading cause of death in both males and females in the United States, the VAP Test provides a comprehensive look at your cholesterol and all its subclasses to give your physician the information needed to manage heart disease risks and prevent any potential medical complications.
OTHER RELEVANT LAB TESTS:
You may want to Take Control of Your Health by getting a Male or Female Health Profile, or Comprehensive Male or Female Health Profile.
WHAT ARE THE TEST RESULT RANGES?
Direct – Measured Cholesterol Panel
|Total LDL||<130 mg/dL|
|LDL 4+3+2+1||<100 mg/dL|
|Total HDL||>40 mg/dL|
|Total VLDL||<30 mg/dL|
|Total Cholesterol||<200 mg/dL|
Secondary and Emerging Risk Factors
|Non-HDL Cholesterol||<160 mg/dL|
|Remnant Lipoprotein||<30 mg/dL|
|LDL Density (Pattern)||Pattern A|
|LDL4 = 23.7 LDL3 = 56.6||LDL4+3 = Small, Dense|
|LDL2 = 22.3 LDL1 = 25.4||LDL2+1 = Large, Buoyant|
|Apo B||<109 mg/dL|
|Apo A1||>145 mg/dL|
|Apo B/A 1 ratio||<0.75|
High Results Indicate:
High risk levels on the panel may suggest an increased risk of heart disease, dyslipidemia, and/or diabetes. Consult with your physician.
Low Results Indicate:
Low risk values may suggest decreased risk of dyslipidemia, coronary heart disease, and other cardiovascular abnormalities.
IF MY TEST RESULTS ARE ABNORMAL OR OUT OF RANGE, WHAT TYPE OF DOCTOR SHOULD I SEE?
You should see your primary care physician or cardiologist for further evaluation.