DIABETES PANEL 2

About the test

Diabetes Panel two comprises of a set of 11 components deduced from blood and urine sample of a patient. The test aims at understanding the condition of a diabetic patient. 

Parameters tested in the test include: 

  • Glucose level after fasting 
    Post Prandial glucose level (after 2 hours of eating) 
    Creatinine in the serum 
    Uric acid in serum 
    Cholesterol level in serum 
    Triglycerides in serum 
    HbA1c levels 
    HDL cholesterol 
    LDL cholesterol 
    Routine Urine Examination 
    Microalbumin (1st Urine and Random Urine)

Why get tested?

The test checks if a person is suffering from diabetes or not.

This package includes

  • Lipid Profile (8)

    • Total Cholesterol
    • HDL Cholesterol
    • Triglycerides
    • VLDL Cholesterol
    • LDL/HDL Cholesterol Ratio
    • Non - HDL Cholesterol
    • Total Cholesterol/ HDL cholesterol ratio
    • LDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT
  • WBC-Total Counts Leucocytes (1)

    • Total Leucocytes Count (TLC)
  • WBC: Differential Counts Leucocytes Blood (1)

    • WBC: Differential Counts Leucocytes Blood
  • Blood Sugar/Glucose - Fasting (1)

    • Blood Sugar/Glucose - Fasting
  • ABSOLUTE COUNTS

  • Diabetic Screen (4)

    • BLOOD KETONE (D3HB)
    • Fructosamine
    • Blood Sugar/Glucose - Random
    • HbA1c Glycated Haemoglobin

Preparations

The patient is required to fast for at least 12 hours prior to undergoing the test.

Frequently asked questions

Q.What does the level of HbA1c in the blood mean?

HbA1c provides an index of average blood glucose levels over the past 8 to 12 weeks and is a better indicator of long term glycemic control when compared to blood and urinary glucose determinations.

Q.Is the test safe?

Yes. The test is absolutely safe and there are no risks associated with it. However, a patient may feel a little uneasy due to pricking of the needle during blood sample collection.

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