10 Key Diabetes Tests - [Starting at $4.95]



Save 20% on the 10 key lab tests to monitor diabetes and our Diabetes Health lab panels that everyone with diabetes or who is at risk of diabetes should take on a routine basis to stay on top of their general health. These key panels contain necessary lab tests designed for people with diabetes to measure and track their key biomarkers impacted by diabetes. If you're diligent about monitoring your biomarkers, you can often avoid many complications that come with this disease. 

If you presently have diabetes or at risk of becoming diabetic, the ADA recommends testing on a quarterly basis to help you understand, track changes and monitor your diabetes and your health. 


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  • C-Reactive Protein (CRP) [ 4420 ]
  • CBC (includes Differential and Platelets) [ 6399 ]
  • Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) [ 10231 ]
  • Glucose (included in CMP)
  • Hemoglobin A1c (HgbA1C) [ 496 ]
  • Insulin [ 561 ]
  • Lipid Panel [ 7600 ]
  • Microalbumin, Random Urine with Creatinine [ 6517 ]

  • C-Reactive Protein (CRP) [ 4420 ]
  • CBC (includes Differential and Platelets) [ 6399 ]
  • Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) [ 10231 ]
  • Glucose (included in CMP)
  • Glucose Tolerance Test, 2 Specimens (75g) [ 35181 ]
  • Hemoglobin A1c (HgbA1C) [ 496 ]
  • Insulin [ 561 ]
  • Insulin Response to Glucose, 2 Specimens [ 6697 ]
  • Lipid Panel [ 7600 ]
  • Microalbumin, Random Urine with Creatinine [ 6517 ]

  • Adiponectin [ 15060 ]
  • C-Peptide [ 372 ]
  • Fructosamine [ 8340 ]
  • Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase-65 Antibody [ 34878 ]
  • GlycoMark® [ 19599 ]
  • Proinsulin [ 760 ]
  • Urinalysis (UA), Complete [ 5463 ]
     

  • Adiponectin [ 15060 ]
  • Apolipoprotein A1 B [ 7018 ]
  • C-Peptide [ 372 ]
  • Fructosamine [ 8340 ]
  • Glutamic Acid Decarboxylase-65 Antibody [ 34878 ]
  • GlycoMark® [ 19599 ]
  • IA-2 Antibody [ 36177 ]
  • Lipoprotein Fractionation, Ion Mobility, Cardio IQ™ [ 91604 ]
  • Proinsulin [ 760 ]
  • Urinalysis (UA), Complete [ 5463 ]
     

A Hemoglobin (Hb) A1c Blood Test evaluates the average amount of glucose in the blood. The A1c test will help determine whether you are at a higher risk of developing diabetes; to help diagnose diabetes and prediabetes; to monitor diabetes and to aid in treatment decisions.

To assist with control of blood glucose levels, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) has recommended glycated hemoglobin testing (HbA1c) twice a year for patients with stable glycemia, and quarterly for patients with poor glucose control. Interpretative ranges are based on ADA guidelines.


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Diabetic nephropathy is a complication of diabetes and is characterized by proteinuria. Before overt proteinuria develops, albumin excretion increases in those diabetic patients who are destined to develop diabetic nephropathy. There is a need to identify small, but abnormal, increases in the excretion of urinary albumin (in the range of 30-300 mg/day, ie, microalbuminuria). The National Kidney Foundation guidelines for the management of patients with diabetes and microalbuminuria recommend that all type 1 diabetic patients older than 12 years and all type 2 diabetic patients younger than 70 years have their urine tested for microalbuminuria yearly when they are under stable glucose control.

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For diagnosis and monitoring of diabetes and insulin-secreting tumors.

Increased CRP levels are found in inflammatory conditions including: bacterial infection, rheumatic fever, active arthritis, myocardial infarction, malignancies and in the post-operative state. This test cannot detect the relatively small elevations of CRP that are associated with increased cardiovascular risk.

This test is used for the routine diagnosis of diabetes in children and the non-pregnant adult. For pregnant females see test "Glucose Tolerance Test, Gestational, 4 Specimens (100 g)". For appropriate interpretation of this test, the patient must fast overnight and ingest a 75 g load of glucose, immediately after, a fasting specimen is obtained. For children, the glucose load is 1.75 g/Kg of ideal body weight, up to 75 g glucose. The diagnosis of diabetes is made if the fasting glucose is ?126 mg/dL or if the 2-hour specimen is ?200 mg/dL.

The insulin response to glucose infusion is useful in evaluating patients with hypoglycemia and suspected insulin-resistance.

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Serum glucose levels may be abnormally high (hyperglycemia) or abnormally low (hypoglycemia). Glucose measurements are used in the diagnosis and treatment of carbohydrate metabolic disorders including diabetes mellitus, idiopathic hypoglycemia, and pancreatic islet cell neoplasm.

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Measurement of serum 25-OH vitamin D concentrations provide a good index of circulating vitamin D activity in patients not suffering from renal disease. Lower than normal 25-OH vitamin D levels can result from a dietary deficiency, poor absorption of the vitamin or impaired metabolism of the sterol in the liver. A 25-OH vitamin D deficiency can lead to bone diseases such as rickets and osteomalacia. Above normal levels can lead hypercalcemia.