Advanced Adult Profile Home Test Kit

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  • Diabetes
  • Lipid Function
  • Liver Function
  • Iron Parameters
  • Electrolytes
  • Vitamin parameters
  • Kidney Function
  • Inflammatory Markers
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Discover our Advanced Adult Profile, a comprehensive health assessment designed for adults. This profile encompasses a wide array of vital tests to provide valuable insights into your well-being.

This test measures the amount of iron in your blood. Iron is an essential mineral that is required for the production of haemoglobin.

Total Iron Binding Capacity
This test measures the amount of transferrin in your blood. Transferrin is a protein that binds to iron and transports it through your bloodstream.

Transferrin Saturation
This test measures the percentage of transferrin in your blood that is carrying iron. It helps to determine if your body is efficiently using the iron it has.

This test calculates the percentage of transferrin in your blood that is bound to iron. This can help determine how much iron your body is able to use.

A blood protein used to assess nutritional status and liver function in adults.

A blood protein that, when measured alongside albumin, helps assess overall protein balance and immune system health in adults.

A test to measure the waste product of protein metabolism and assess kidney function in adults.

A comprehensive measurement of cholesterol levels, important for understanding heart health in adults.

Non-HDL Cholesterol
The Non-HDL cholesterol test is a blood test that measures the amount of cholesterol in your blood, specifically focusing on cholesterol that is not carried by high-density lipoprotein (HDL).

Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH)
LDH levels can provide information about tissue damage, including that of the heart, liver, or muscles, in adults.

Bilirubin is a yellow substance that is produced when red blood cells break down in the body. It is then processed by the liver and eliminated from the body in the form of bile. High levels of bilirubin in the blood can indicate liver or gallbladder problems, while low levels can indicate anaemia or other blood disorders. A bilirubin test measures the amount of bilirubin in the blood.

Direct Bilirubin
A component of total bilirubin, this test measures the amount of bilirubin that is directly conjugated in the liver and can provide insights into liver and bile duct health in adults.

Indirect Bilirubin
This measures the amount of bilirubin that is not directly conjugated in the liver and can be associated with various medical conditions in adults.

Total Bilirubin
The sum of direct and indirect bilirubin levels, this test is important for assessing various liver and gallbladder conditions in adults.

Estimated GFR
eGFR, or estimated glomerular filtration rate, is a measure used to assess kidney function by estimating the amount of blood filtered by the glomeruli per minute.

This is a protein that stores iron in your body. The Ferritin test measures the amount of ferritin in your blood and is a good indicator of how much iron is stored in your body.

A blood test to measure blood sugar levels, crucial for monitoring diabetes and overall health.

ALT stands for Alanine Aminotransferase is an enzyme found primarily in the liver. When liver cells are damaged or die, ALT is released into the bloodstream, and the blood level of ALT rises. An ALT blood test is used to help detect liver damage or disease, as well as monitor treatment for liver disorders. Elevated ALT levels may be caused by conditions such as hepatitis, fatty liver disease, or alcohol abuse.

AST stands for Aspartate Aminotransferase, which is an enzyme found in many organs, including the liver, heart, and muscles. When cells in these organs are damaged, AST leaks out into the bloodstream and its levels increase. Therefore, measuring AST levels in the blood can help identify damage or disease in these organs. Elevated levels of AST in the blood can be an indicator of liver disease, heart disease, or muscle injury.

The calcium test is a blood test that measures the level of calcium in your blood. Calcium is an important mineral that helps to build strong bones and teeth, and it also plays a role in many other bodily functions. The calcium test is often used to diagnose and monitor certain medical conditions such as kidney disease, thyroid disorders, and certain types of cancer.

Creatinine is a waste product produced by muscles from the breakdown of creatine, which is used by the body to make energy for muscle contractions. Creatinine is filtered from the blood by the kidneys and then eliminated from the body in urine. Measuring creatinine levels in the blood can help assess how well the kidneys are functioning, as impaired kidney function can lead to increased creatinine levels in the blood.

Creatine Kinase
CK stands for Creatine Kinase, the test measures the level of an enzyme called creatine kinase in the blood. This enzyme is found mostly in the muscles, including the heart muscle. The CK test is often used as a diagnostic tool for heart attacks, muscle diseases, and muscle injuries.

Gamma GT
Gamma-glutamyl transferase is an enzyme found in many tissues, including the liver, pancreas, and kidneys. The Gamma GT test measures the level of GGT in the blood. High levels of GGT in the blood can indicate liver disease or damage, alcohol abuse, or other conditions that affect the liver. However, the Gamma GT test is not specific to liver disease and can also be elevated in other conditions, such as diabetes or heart disease.

Uric Acid
The uric acid test is a blood test that measures the amount of uric acid in your blood. Uric acid is a waste product produced by the body as it breaks down purines, which are substances found in many foods and in the body’s own tissues. High levels of uric acid in the blood can lead to a condition called gout, which causes painful joint inflammation.

C-Reactive Protein
C-reactive protein (CRP) is a blood test that measures the level of inflammation in the body, helping to assess the risk of cardiovascular disease, infections, or other inflammatory conditions.

Total Protein
Proteins are important molecules that play various roles in the body, including building and repairing tissues, transporting molecules, and helping to fight infections. The test is used to help diagnose and monitor conditions that affect protein levels in the blood, such as liver and kidney disease, malnutrition, and some types of cancer.

Magnesium is important for muscle and nerve function, heart rhythm, immune system support, and regulation of glucose and blood pressure levels. It also contributes to the structural development of bone and is necessary for the synthesis of DNA, RNA, and the antioxidant glutathione.

Vitamin B9 (Folate)
Folate is essential for DNA synthesis and repair, red blood cell formation, and the prevention of anaemia. It’s particularly important for women of childbearing age to prevent neural tube defects during pregnancy. In adults, adequate folate levels are needed for proper brain function and mental health.

Vitamin D
Vitamin D is vital for bone health because it helps the body absorb calcium. It also plays a role in immune function and has been linked to mood regulation and the prevention of chronic diseases.

Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12 is crucial for nerve tissue health, brain function, and the production of red blood cells. It is also involved in DNA synthesis. Deficiency can lead to anaemia and neurological issues, which may be more common in older adults due to factors like reduced absorption.