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Biochemistry is the study of chemical and biochemical components at the molecular and cellular levels. The study focuses on both structure and operation of biomolecules. Biomolecules are organic molecules that include such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and other compounds that are found in living things.  The biochemical test measures the protein, sugar, oxygen, etc. in blood and urine.

These tests are widely used in the diagnosis of various diseases such as diabetes, heart attacks, infertility, thyroid, cystic fibrosis, meningitis, etc. The list of commonly recommended routine biochemistry tests includes liver function tests, serum creatinine tests, basic metabolic panels, arterial blood gas, and many more. These tests help the doctor in diagnosing the disease/ disorders affecting the quality of your health.

At our automated biochemistry laboratory, we conduct a wider range of laboratory tests, from routine checks of renal, hepatic, cardiac, and respiratory systems to specialized tests for hormones, tumor markers, trace metals, vitamins, and therapeutic medication tracking. 

The above-mentioned list of biochemistry laboratory tests includes both routine and specialized biochemistry tests that are conducted at our diagnostic center.  For any query, please contact us.

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Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

In the biochemistry department blood tests. You will encounter the tests such as : Liver function (the total protein, the albumin, the globulin,  and with albumin to globulin ratio, the total bilirubin, the direct with an indirect bilirubin, transaminases).The Lipids (such as the total cholesterol, the triglycerides, the high and any low density lipoproteins, the apolipoproteins) along with fasting blood glucose.

The results of your Biochemical provide any indicators that also allow clinicians to further make an assessment of the different functions in your body for example: the liver, the bile, the kidney, the blood sugar, any blood fat, considerable uric acid in your bloodstream.

For instance, the measurements of your kidney, your liver, and in case of thyroid function, along with blood counts CBC. This is not influenced further by any fasting. However, the fasting is then required for the commonly ordered tests for your glucose (blood sugar) and any triglycerides (cholesterol, lipid, panel) for any accurate results.

The Normal Laboratory Values of your different components in U/S units and in S/I units.

  • CO2 (Bicarbonate)             : 20-32 mmol/L; 20-32 mmol/L
  • Chloride: 95-108 mmol/L; 95-108 mmol/L
  • Total Cholesterol:   <200 mg/dL            ; <5.17 mmol/L

Your C-reactive protein (CRP) test is the blood test that is known to check for any inflammation in the body of the patient. The CRP is the protein which gets made in the liver and it is released into your bloodstream. The Levels of the CRP would increase soon after the inflammation or any infection affects the body.

In case of CRP and CK, the Resistance training (RT) will be assessed by the biochemical parameters for example- creatine kinase (CK), which is the major stress marker in your skeletal muscles. While, the C-reactive protein (CRP) is known to be the biochemical marker which would be used to assess any damage to the cardiac muscles.

The Screening tests are the laboratory tests which will help you detect the disease even before the person develops symptoms, and usually in the treatable tests The Screening tests are usually done to identify people who have the increased risk for the condition that would have preventive measures that can be taken care off. The examples of biochemistry tests include: Your cholesterol testing for assessing the heart disease risk, the HIV testing, and for diagnosis and assessment of cervical cancer, Pap smears are done.

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