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Anemia Panel
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It is estimated that approximately 3 million people in the United States suffer from anemia. Anemia is a lower than normal red blood cell count or the lack of hemoglobin in your red blood cells, resulting in a wide range of symptoms.

Anemia can cause fatigue, headaches, shortness of breath, dizziness, rapid heartbeat, and a number of other  symptoms.  There  are  several  different  types  of  anemia,  such  as  dietary  deficiency  anemia, pernicious  anemia  and megaloblastic  anemia. It  can  also  be  caused  by  other  conditions  such  as pregnancy, certain medications, alcohol abuse and intestinal diseases.

If your diet lacks iron, protein and vitamins (especially B12), you have an increased risk for anemia. Find out today with an Anemia Panel.


  1. Anemia Panel

    Anemia Panel

    The Anemia Panel is a comprehensive panel that includes a CBC, Ferritin, Folates, Total Iron Binding Capacity with Iron, Reticulocyte Count, Vitamin B12 and Folic Acid.

    Out of stock

    $299.00
  2. IRON, TOTAL, & IBC

    IRON, TOTAL, & IBC

    IRON, TOTAL, & IBC The Iron and Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC) Test measures the amount of iron in your blood. Having too much or too little iron in your blood can cause medical problems. However, this test is mainly used to determine certain types of anemia.
    $99.00
  3. VIT B12/FOLATE, SERUM

    VIT B12/FOLATE, SERUM

    VIT B12/FOLATE, SERUM The benefits of knowing your Vitamin B-12 levels are vital since they play a major role in the formation of blood cells and functioning of the brain and nervous system. Vitamin B-12 deficiency may be due to multiple causes such as dietary deficiency, pernicious anemia, post-surgical malabsorption, and atrophic gastritis, a condition that affects 10 – 30% of the elderly population. Vitamin B-12 deficiency may show up in multiple symptoms, including fatigue, weakness, loss of appetite and constipation. Symptoms such as numbness and tingling of the hands and feet may be experienced in severe deficiencies. Having an optimal Vitamin B-12 level can help you regain your energy, increase your metabolism, regulate your immune system and support your nervous system.
    $139.00
  4. CBC (DIFF/PLT)

    CBC (DIFF/PLT)

    CBC (DIFF/PLT) - A CBC (Complete Blood Count) looks at important parameters of your blood including hemoglobin level, white blood cells, red blood cells and platelets.
    $49.00
  5. FERRITIN

    FERRITIN

    Ferritin is a protein in the body that binds to iron. The level of ferritin correlates with the total amount of iron stored in the body. Ferritin is low in those with iron deficiency anemia and high when levels of iron are raised. Liver dysfunction can cause elevated ferritin levels because the liver is unable to clear it from the body. Ferritin may also be increased when the body is inflamed or an infection is present.
    $49.00

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