Comprehensive Metabolic Panel CMP
CMP, Chemistry 14, Chem 14, Chemistry Panel, Chemistry Screen
- Glucose: which is the primary source of energy for the body, it should be available in steady supply and present in stable amounts in the blood
- Calcium: this is one of the most important minerals for the body as it aids in the proper functioning of the nerves, muscles, and heart. It is also essential for the formation of bones and is important for blood clotting.
- Sodium: this is essential for the normal functioning of the body, particularly the nerves and muscles.
- Potassium: important for cell metabolism and muscle function. It helps in transmitting messages between muscles and nerves.
- Bicarbonate: this helps in maintaining the body’s pH level.
- Chloride: this substance helps in regulating the levels of fluid in the body and maintains the acid-base balance.
- Blood urea nitrogen: also known as BUN. This test measures the amounts of blood urea nitrogen. When the waste product is filtered out of the body by the kidneys or as kidney function decreases, blood, urea, and nitrogen levels rise.
- Creatinine: This test measures how much of it is produced in the kidneys. Creatinine is a waste product of the muscles and is filtered out of the blood by the kidneys. Creatinine levels are a good indicator of kidney function.
- Albumin: this is a small protein made by the liver, making up nearly 60% of the protein in the blood.
- Total protein: This test measures other proteins in addition to albumin. Proteins are the building blocks of tissues and cells in the body. They are also responsible for growth, health, and development.
- Alkaline phosphatase: also known as ALP. It tests for the enzyme found in the bone, liver, and other issues.
- Alanine aminotransferase: also known as ALP, SGPT. This enzyme is found in the cells of the liver and kidney. It aids in detecting liver damage.
- Aspartate Aminotransferase: also known as ATl, SGOT. This is found in the heart and liver, aids in detecting liver damage.
- Bilirubin: This is an orange-yellow pigment produced as a by-product after the breakdown of heme; a component of hemoglobin. Bilirubin is removed from the body by the liver.
- Swelling in the abdomen and legs
- Bruising easily
- Changes in the color of stool and urine
- Yellowing of skin and eyes
- Weight loss
- Poor appetite.
- Swollen ankles, feet, or hands
- Shortness of breath
- Blood in the urine
- An increased need to urinate, particularly at night
- Itchy skin
Frequently ordered together
Basic Metabolic Panel BMP
Renal Function Test
Basic Metabolic Panel BMP without Calcium
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel CMP without ALT
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel CMP without CO2 & ALT
Hepatic Function Panel
Hepatic Function Panel without Total Proteins
THYROID PANEL WITH TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone)
COMPREHENSIVE METABOLIC PANEL-PLASMA
COMPREHENSIVE METABOLIC PANEL WITH ADJUSTED CALCIUM-PLASMA
Basic Metabolic Panel-Plasma
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- Acid Base Disorders
- Hematuria (Blood in urine)
- Proteinuria (Protein in urine)
- Acute Kidney Failure
- Chronic Kidney Diseases (CKD) including diabetes related CKD
- End stage renal disease needing dialysis or Kidney Transplant
- Kidney Stones
Hasan Riaz MD
Tatiana Arilha Thom, MD
- Thyroid Disorder
- Hormonal Imbalance
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- General and Urgent Care- all ages
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- Pancreaticobiliary Disease
- Abdominal Pain and Pelvic Floor Disorders
- Anorectal Diseases
- Barrett's Esophagus
- Biliary and Pancreatic Disorders
- Esophageal Disorders
- Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease or GERD
- Gastrointestinal Malignancies
- High Grade Dysplasia
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Crohn's Disease, and Ulcerative Colitis
- Liver Disease
- Motility Disorders
- Zenker's Diverticulum
- Interventional gastroenterology procedures like Endoscopic ultrasound, ERCP, Barrett’s treatment. liver and lymph node biopsies etc
Adnan Sohail, MD
- Acute And Chronic Conditions
Fabiola Baptiste, NP
- Cycle Irregularities
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome
- Birth Control
- Complicated urinary tract infections
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