This panel is used to screen for diabetes and may be used to assist in identifying insulin resistance, determine when a type 2 diabetic may need to start insulin treatment and may also be useful in identifying the cause of hypoglycemia in individuals with signs and symptoms of low blood sugar.
A lipid panel can show a person's risk for developing heart disease or atherosclerosis (a hardening, narrowing, or blockage of the arteries). Fixing the lipid levels early on may lower the risk of heart disease and atherosclerosis.
The Overall Wellness Extended Panel consists of health and wellness indicators that aim to understand, at a metabolic level, what is going on inside of your body. This panel contains multiple wellness screening tests that look at your thyroid function, risk of cardiovascular disease, potential for stroke and heart attacks, if you have a vitamin D deficiency, vital inflammation markers and more for a good overview of your current health status.
As we get older, our endocrine system output alters and several important hormone levels in our bodies that are normally responsible for maximum health, wellness, and quality of life. This panel will inform you if these hormone levels become dangerously abnormal.
An estimated 1.5 million people in the U.S. suffer from severe dry eye disorders that are not resolved using off-the-shelf, prescription eye drops or other methods. Worse, severe dry eye disorders have tripled over the last decade. Serum eye drops have been well proved to be an effective treatment for people having severe dry eyes that are not resolved by other treatments.