Iron (Anemia)

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  1. Anemia #2 Essential Blood Test Panel

    Includes Iron w/TIBC, Transferrin, Ferritin, Complete Blood Count (CBC), Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP-14), Vitamin B12, Folic Acid and Hemoglobin Solubility.

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  2. Anemia #1 Baseline Blood Test Panel

    Includes Iron w/TIBC, Ferritin and Transferrin.

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  3. Transferrin Blood Test

    Assess the body's ability to bind and transport iron in the blood and monitor liver function or nutritional status.

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  4. Ferritin Blood Test

    Measures the amount of ferritin in the blood, which is an indicator of iron stores in the body.

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  5. Folate (Folic Acid) Serum Test

    Test for Folic acid, a type of B vitamin that is key for cell growth and metabolism.

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  6. Iron and Total Iron-Binding Capacity (TIBC) Blood Test

    Test for the differential diagnosis of anemia, especially with hypochromia and/or low MCV.

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  7. Iron Serum Test

    Aids in the evaluation of many conditions involving red cell production and destruction, iron metabolism, or iron transport.

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  8. Folate Whole Blood Test, RBC

    Detects folate deficiency, monitors therapy with folate, evaluates megaloblastic and macrocytic anemia.

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  9. Soluble Transferrin Receptor Blood Test

    Measurement of sTfR is used to diagnose iron deficiency in individuals with chronic disease (inflammatory diseases, infections, malignancies), many of whom are anemic.

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  10. Methylmalonic Acid Serum Test

    Diagnose megaloblastic anemia; elevated levels of methylmalonic acid provide an early indication of cobalamin (B12) deficiency.

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