Diabetes Monitoring Profile, Maxi
Diabetics are at higher risk of developing kidney and liver disorders coupled with elevated cholesterol and triglycerides. It is important that people diagnosed with Diabetes undergo regular monitoring of vital organs to ensure good health.
The common symptoms of diabetes are:
- Going to the toilet a lot, especially at night.
- Being really thirsty.
- Feeling more tired than usual.
- Losing weight without trying to.
- Genital itching or thrush.
- Cuts and wounds take longer to heal.
- Blurred vision.
The best way to avoid complications in diabetics is to manage your diabetes today.
Schedule a visit at your home or office.
Note: Preventive Health checks upto Rs. 5000/- help you save tax under section 80D of the income tax act.
|Test Components||CBC, FBS, PPBS, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Creatinine, Electrolytes, Urine Rt, Insulin Antibody, Microalbumin/creat ratio, Insulin, C-Peptide, HbA1C|
|Sample Requirements||3 ml of EDTA whole blood, 3 ml of serum, 2 ml of flouride plasma (F, PP), 10 ml of spot urine|
|Dosage||CBC & Urine Routine: CBC & Routine Urine Analysis are important and effective screening tests that provides a host of information regarding your overall health FBS, PPBS & HbA1C: Fasting blood sugar and post prandial blood sugar are the two most common test that diabetics undergo to keep thier glucose under check. Even if you do use a glucometer to monitor your sugar on the go, it is important to undergo regular laboratory test to be absolutely sure of your sugar levels. Diabetics are at a greater risk of an elevated level of cholestrol and triglycerides which further deteriorates their health. C peptide test helps in determining how much insulin the pancreas is prodcing on its own. This is especially important if you are newly diagnosed with diabetes. Other routine tests include creatine, microalbumin and electrolytes that ensure that your vital organs are performing optimally (liver and kidney)|