Aspartate aminotransferase

  • Muscle tissue damage indicator
  • Moderate increase may indicate skeletal muscle disease
  • Moderate increase may also occur in case of trauma and intense physical activity
  • The level also increases in blood in case of liver damage
2.10 €
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Ferritin

  • Indicates iron stores in your body
10 €
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Glucose

  • The main source of energy for the body
  • High values may indicate diabetes
  • Low values occur less frequently and indicate a deficiency in carbohydrates consumed with food or hormonal system malfunction
2.10 €
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Hemogram with 5-part leukogram, i.e. white blood cell count

  • Gives an overview of the current condition of the organism
  • Allows for the screening, diagnosing and monitoring of various diseases and conditions affecting blood cells – such as leukaemia, infections, inflammations, bleeding disorders and tumours
  • Provides information about the functioning of the immune system
  • Shows the blood’s ability to transport oxygen
4.10 €
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Thyroid-stimulating hormone TSH

  • A high-sensitivity test to assess the activity of the thyroid gland
7.40 €
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Cholesterol

  • Allows evaluating the risk of cardiovascular diseases
  • Used as a primary analysis of lipid metabolism
2.10 €
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HDL cholesterol

  • The “good cholesterol”
  • Allows evaluating the risk of the onset of cardiovascular diseases
2.80 €
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LDL cholesterol

  • Also known as “bad cholesterol”
  • Allows evaluating the risk of cardiovascular diseases
2.80 €
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Creatinine

  • Primary analysis for renal function assessment
  • High values indicate renal impairment, but may also occur in individuals with high muscle mass and after intense physical activity
  • Low levels of creatinine occur in individuals with low muscle mass or muscular diseases, and in cases of starvation
2 €
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Triglycerides

  • The level of triglycerides in blood may increase in case of diabetes, underactive thyroid, alcoholism, pancreatitis, or chronic liver or renal diseases.
2.10 €
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Vitamin B12

  • Necessary for the functioning of the brain and nervous system and for blood formation
  • Deficiency may cause anaemia and damage to nervous system
  • Low levels are often caused by vegetarian diet
10 €
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Vitamin D

  • Low levels are associated with the risk of several diseases
  • An important vitamin for the normal development of bones and teeth
  • Affects protein synthesis in muscles, which is in turn responsible for muscle size, strength, reaction time, coordination and resilience
10 €
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