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Diabetes Complete Check

Diabetes Complete Check is a comprehensive panel of tests used to monitor the health of individuals with diabetes. Diabetes is a chronic condition characterized by high blood sugar levels. Long-term uncontrolled diabetes can lead to various complications including kidney damage, heart diseases, nerve damage, and more. This panel of tests helps in the early detection of these complications and in monitoring the effectiveness of diabetes management.

  • Test Name Diabetes Complete Check
  • Sample Type Blood, Spot Urine
  • Preparations Required Fast for 8-12 hours before the blood test. Ensure adequate hydration for the urine sample collection.
  • Report Time 24 hours

This panel includes tests such as Albumin, BUN, BUN/Creatinine Ratio, Calcium – Serum, CUE (Complete Urine Examination), Creatinine- Serum, Creatinine - Spot urine, Electrolytes (Na, K, Cl) – Serum, GFR-e (Glomerular Filtration Rate - estimated), Glucose – Fasting & PP (Post Prandial), Microalbumin -Spot urine, Microalbumin/Creatinine Ratio, Uric acid, and HbA1c.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s important because it helps in monitoring blood sugar levels, assessing kidney function, and identifying any potential complications at an early stage.

HbA1c is a test that measures the average blood sugar level over the past 2-3 months. It is significant as it gives a broader picture of how well diabetes is being managed over time.

These tests are indicators of kidney health. High levels of Albumin, BUN, or Creatinine can suggest that the kidneys are not effectively filtering waste from the blood, which is a common complication of diabetes.

GFR or Glomerular Filtration Rate estimates how much blood passes through the glomeruli (tiny filters in the kidneys) per minute. It’s important because it’s one of the best indicators of kidney function.

The frequency of testing can vary based on the individual’s health, blood sugar levels, and doctor’s recommendations. However, most individuals with diabetes should have this check at least once a year.

Microalbumin is a protein that can enter the urine when the kidneys are damaged. Testing for microalbumin in urine is used to detect early signs of kidney damage in individuals with diabetes.

If any of your test results are abnormal, it is important to consult your healthcare provider to discuss the results and determine the appropriate management or treatment.

This panel can help diagnose diabetes through the glucose and HbA1c tests. The other tests in the panel are used for monitoring the health of individuals already diagnosed with diabetes.

Electrolytes like Sodium, Potassium, and Chloride are important for maintaining fluid balance, heart function, and muscle contractions. Abnormal levels can be an indicator of kidney problems or other complications related to diabetes.

This ratio compares the levels of blood urea nitrogen (BUN) to creatinine in the blood and helps assess kidney function. An abnormal ratio may indicate kidney disease or other conditions.

Yes, diet, exercise, medication adherence, and managing stress can affect your blood sugar levels and kidney function.

Yes, age, family history of diabetes, and certain genetic factors are non-modifiable factors that can affect your test results.

Yes, maintaining a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and adhering to a prescribed medication regimen can positively affect the results by helping to manage blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of complications.

Calcium is important for bone health, muscle function, and blood clotting. People with diabetes may have altered calcium levels due to kidney dysfunction or other factors.

It is advisable to consult your healthcare provider regarding whether or not to take your medication before the test as it might affect the blood sugar measurements.

Diabetes requires regular monitoring and management to avoid serious complications. The Diabetes Complete Check is an extensive panel that provides vital information about your blood sugar levels and the health of your kidneys. Regular testing, in combination with a healthy lifestyle and adherence to medication, can contribute significantly to living a healthy life with diabetes.

Diabetes complete Check (Albumin ;BUN; BUN/Creatinine Ratio; Calcium ? Serum, CUE, Creatinine- Serum, Creatinine - Spot urine, Electrolytes (Na, K, Cl) ? Serum, GFR- e (Glomerular Filtration Rate - estimated), Glucose ? Fasting & PP, Microalbumin -Spot urine, Microalbumin/Creatinine Ratio, Uric acid , HbA1c)
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