DIABETES MAINTENANCE PANEL

Test Components:

The Diabetes Maintenance Panel includes the following tests:

1. Complete Blood Count (CBC)

2. Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)

3. Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1C)

4. Diabetic Urinalysis

Price: $99.00

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Description:

Nearly 6 million people don’t realize that diabetes is attacking their bodies.

The Diabetes Maintenance Panel is an effective panel for both diabetics and for those who want to see if they have diabetes.

The four tests in this panel will give you and your doctor a lot of knowledge. The Complete Blood Count (CBC) tests for blood disorders such as infection or anemia; the Hemoglobin A1c can detect pre diabetes, diagnose it, or see if diabetes is under control; and finally, the Diabetic Urinalysis will determine if albumin (protein) is found in your blood (if so, it’s possible your kidneys aren’t working properly).

The information gained from the four tests in this panel will give you and your physician the necessary information to help monitor and/or adjust your diabetic medications.

Why Do I Need It?:

Diabetes can be a silent killer if left undetected and is the leading cause of blindness and kidney failure. It can also increase your chances of having a heart attack, stroke or infection.

Monitoring your diabetes may give you an opportunity to prevent the onset of these side effects or keep your diabetes from advancing.

Other Relevant Tests:

If you’re interested in this panel, you might also want to consider the Annual Check‐Up, Comprehensive Male Panel or the Comprehensive Female Panel.

 

What Type of Physician Should You See?

You should see the physician that is treating you for diabetes. This is usually your primary care physician or endocrinologist.

Next Steps:

1. Purchase the lab test.

2. Fill out necessary paperwork and how you want to receive the test results.

3. Get results.

4. Review results.

5. If your results are ‘abnormal’ or ‘out of range’ from the normal, please contact your physician.

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