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Sno. Test Name Amount  Min Qty Ref. Value
1     FABP ( Fatty Acid Binding Protein) 2000   Interpretation:

FABP : Positive - Myocardial Infarction likely
FABP : Negative - MI Not likely.

FABP is an early marker for Myocardial Infarction and is positive from 30 minutes after apperance of chest pain and persisits till 24 hours.A neagtive FABP is possible when the test is done outside the above time window.
2     FACIAL NERVE CONDUCTION STUDY AND BLINK REFLEX 3000  
3     Factor II Assay(Citrated Plasma) 1500   70 - 120 %
4     Factor IX Assay(Citrated Plasma) 3000   70 to 120 %

Hemophilia B / Christmas disease (Factor IX deficiency) is a severe congenital X- linked bleeding disorder affecting 1:25,000 to 30,000 males. The disease is characterized by hemarthrosis, soft tissue hematomas, easy bruising, excessive bleeding during surgery, dental extraction and poor wound healing. Factor IX activity levels during childhood remain at about 75% of adult levels. There is a 25% increment in Factor IX expression that begins at puberty in both sexes.

Decreased levels :

1.Inherited Christmas Disease / Hemophilia B
2.Acquired due to Vitamin K deficiency, liver disease, warfarin therapy, Nephritic syndrome

Increased levels :

1.Advancing age & use of Oral contraceptives
5     Factor V Assay(Citrated Plasma) 1500   70 - 120 %
6     FACTOR V LEIDEN 5500   2 ml
7     Factor VII Assay(Citrated Plasma) 3500   70 - 120 %

Decreased levels

1.Inherited deficiency

2.Acquired due to liver disease, vitamin K deficiency or anticoagulant therapy

Increased levels

Pregnancy, Oral contraceptives, hyperlipidemia, ageing & obesity


8     Factor VIII Assay(Citrated Plasma) 2000   60 to 150 %

Hemophilia A (Factor VIII deficiency) is the most common severe congenital bleeding X-linked disorder affecting 1:5000 to 10,000 males.
Females are usually carriers but can have Hemophilia A if there is imbalanced Lyonization of the normal X-chromosome, Turner's syndrome or daughters of an affected male and a carrier female.
The disease is characterized by hemarthrosis, soft tissue hematomas, easy bruising, excessive bleeding during surgery, dental extraction and poor wound healing.

Note
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1. Clinically normal individuals may show concentrations between 30-45%
2. Results should be clinically correlated
3. Test conducted on Citrated plasma

9     Factor X Assay(Citrated Plasma) 5000   70 - 120 %
10     Factor XIII Assay(Citrated Plasma) 500  
11     Factor XIII Screen 5M Urea Clot StabilityI Test 500   (at 37 c - 24 Hours)
12     FALLOPIAN TUBES AND OVARIES 800  
13     False acacia[Robina psedoacacia](t28)(f208) - SPEC 600   Less than 0.35 IU/mL : Negative
0.36 - 0.70 IU/mL : Low Positive
0.71 - 3.50 IU/mL : Moderate Positive
3.51 - 17.50 IU/mL : High Positive
More than 17.50 IU/mL : Very High Positive
14     Fatty Acid Oxidation Disorders by TMS 1000  
15     FDP (FIBRIN DEGRADATION PRODUCTS) 500   1 ml LESS THAN 5.0 ug/ml : NEGATIVE
MORE THAN OR EQUAL TO 5.0 ug/ml : POSITIVE
16     FE Sodium 200   Less than 1% :Pre Renal Disease

More than 2-3 % :Acute tubular necrosis or
other postrenal disease.
17     Fe Uric Acid 200  
18     Feacal H.Pylori Antigen 1000  
19     FEMUR AP/LAT (RIGHT) 500  
20     FERRITIN 500   1 ml Males : 30 - 400 ng/ml

Females : 13 - 150 ng/ml
21     Fetal Doppler 1000  
22     Fetal Anomolies Scan (24 weeks) 1000  
23     Fetal Growth Assessment /IUGR 1000  
24     FGF - 23 (Fibroblast Growth Factor) 4000  
25     FGFR I By FISH 3500  
26     FIBRINOGEN 750   1 ML 180 - 350 mg/dl
27     Fish (f3) - SPECIFIC IgE 600   1 ML Less than 0.35 IU/mL : Negative
0.36 - 0.70 IU/mL : Low Positive
0.71 - 3.50 IU/mL : Moderate Positive
3.51 - 17.50 IU/mL : High Positive
More than 17.50 IU/mL : Very High Positive
28     FISH for MMD2 6000  
29     FISH Panel for Chromosomes 13,18,21, X & Y 7500  
30     FISTULA 500  
31     FISTULOGRAM( XRAY) 500  
32     FITNESS STATUS 10  
33     FMC 7 1250  
34     FNAC MORE THAN 3 SMEARS 500  
35     FNAC SMEAR(ONE SLIDE) 500  
36     FNAC SMEAR(TWO SLIDE) 500  
37     FOLATE - RBC 2500   280.00 - 791.00 ng/mL

Folate plays an important role in the synthesis of purine & pyrimidines in the body and is important for the maturation of erythrocytes. It is widely available from plants and to a lesser extent organ meats, but more than half the folate content of food is lost during cooking.

Folate deficiency is commonly prevalent in alcoholic liver disease, pregnancy and the elderly. It may result from poor intestinal absorption, nutrition deficiency, excessive demand as in pregnancy or in malignancy and in response to certain drugs like Methotrexate & anticonvulsants.

RBC folate concentration is indicative of tissue stores. It reflects the folate status over a period of 120 days.
38     FOLIC ACID 600   1 ml Normal : 3.89 - 26.8 ng/ml
Deficient : 0.00 - 1.40 ng/ml
39     FOLLICULAR STUDY 1000  
40     FOOD ALLERGENS 4000   2 ml CLASS 0 [0.00 - 0.35 KU/l]: NOT PRESENT
CLASS 1 [0.35 - 0.70 KU/l]: LOW THRESHOLD
CLASS 2 [0.70 - 3.50 KU/l]: SLIGHT INCREASE
CLASS 3 [3.50 - 17.5 KU/l]: SIGNIFICANTLY INCREASED
CLASS 4 [17.50- 50.0 KU/l]: HIGH
CLASS 5 [50.0 - 100.0 KU/l]: VERY HIGH
CLASS 6 [> 100.0 KU/l ] : EXTREMELY HIGH


41     FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST 200 + ( FIT- IgG) 15000  
42     FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST 200 + ( FIT _ IgG) 15000  
43     FOODPRINT -200 15000  
44     FOOT AP /LAT VIEW (LEFT) 300  
45     FOOT AP/LAT VIEW (RIGHT) 300  
46     FOOT AP/OBLIQUE VIEW (LEFT) 300  
47     FOOT AP/OBLIQUE VIEW (RIGHT) 300  
48     FOREARM AP / LAT VIEW (LEFT) 300  
49     FOREARM AP/LAT VIEW (RIGHT) 300  
50     FREE T3 150   1 ML Adult : 2.0 - 4.4 pg/ml

New born : 1.73 - 6.3 pg/ml
6days-3months: 1.95 - 6.04 pg/ml
4 - 12 months: 2.15 - 5.83 pg/ml
1 - 6 Yrs : 2.41 - 5.5 pg/ml
7 -11 Yrs : 2.53 - 5.22 pg/ml
12 -20 yrs : 2.56 - 5.01 pg/ml
51     FREE PSA 750   0.5 ml Free PSA should always be done along with Total PSA and not alone, and expressed as RAtio of Total PSA.

Higher Free PSA:Total PSA ratios indicate a benign tumour , and a lower Ratio indicates the possibility of Malignancy.

Diagnosis must be confirmed by correlating with other Clinical Findings and Biopsy.
52     FREE T4 150   0.5 ML New born : 0.86 - 2.49 ng/dl
6days-3months: 0.89 - 2.20 ng/dl
4 - 12 months: 0.92 - 1.99 ng/dl
1 - 6 Yrs : 0.96 - 1.77 ng/dl
7 -11 Yrs : 0.97 - 1.67 ng/dl
12 -20 yrs : 0.98 - 1.63 ng/dl

Adult : 0.93 - 1.7 ng/dl

Pregnancy:

First Trimester : 0.9-1.5 ng/dl
Second Trimester: 0.8-1.3 ng/dl
Third Trimester : 0.7-1.2 ng/dl
53     Free Androgen Index / Free Testosterone Index 1500   Male

20-49 yrs : 35.0 - 92.6 %
>50 Yrs : 24.3 - 72.1 %

Female

20 - 49 Yrs : 0.297 - 5.62 %
>50 Yrs : 0.187 - 3.63 %

54     FREE BETA HCG 600  
55     Free Kappa / Lambda Light Chain - Urine 7000  
56     Free Kappa /Lambda Ratio 0   Without Renal involvement: 0.26 - 1.65

With Renal involvement: 0.37 - 3.1


To be interpreted along with Protein EPP, IFE, Bone marrow studies, and Beta 2 Microglobulin levels in the assessment of Multiple Myeloma.
57     Free Kappa Light Chain 2500   0.5 ml 3.30 to 19.40 mg/L
Elevations of Monoclonal Free Light chains are seen in Multiple Myeloma, AL Amyloidosis, Light Chain Deposition Disease.
Polyclonal Free Light Chians are increased in SLE.
Kappa/Lambda ratio is more useful in classifying MM than separate FLC.
58     Free Lambda Light Chain 2500   0.5 ml 5.71 to 26.30 mg/L
Elevations of Monoclonal Free Light chains are seen in Multiple Myeloma, AL Amyloidosis, Light Chain Deposition Disease.
Polyclonal Free Light Chians are increased in SLE.
Kappa/Lambda ratio is more useful in classifying MM than separate FLC.
59     FREE TESTOSTERONE 800   1 ML Prepubertal Male : 1.4 - 14.0 pg/ml

Males(20 - 39 Yrs) : 8.90-42.5 pg/ml

Male (40 - 59 Yrs) : 6.6 - 30 pg/ml

Above 60 yrs : 4.9 - 21.6pg/ml

Females : 0.02- 3.09 pg/ml

Female (40 - 59 Yrs) : 0.02 - 2.6 pg/ml

Above 60 yrs : 0.02 - 1.8 pg/ml
60     FRUCTOSAMINE - SERUM 600   202 - 282 umol/L

Clinical Use
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1. Monitor short term glucose control (1-2 weeks) in patients with Diabetes.
2. Manage patients with Gestational diabetes.
3. Determine the success in change in therapy in less time than is possible with Glycated Hemoglobin.
4. Monitor diabetic control in patients with hemolytic anemias.

Increased Levels :
1.Uncontrolled Diabetes.
2.Hyperglycemia.

Decreased Levels :
Relatively with improved diabetic control.
61     Fructose 0  
62     FSC 0  
63     FSH 300   1 ML FEMALES
Follicular Phase : 3.5 - 12.5 mIu/ml.
Ovulation Phase : 4.7 - 21.5 mIu/ml.
Luteal Phase : 1.7 - 7.7 mIu/ml.
Postmenopausal :25.8 - 134.8 mIu/ml.
MALE
13 - 70 Years : 1.5 - 12.4 mIu/ml.

64     FTA - ABS IGM 2500   1 ml
65     FTA - ABS SERUM 2500  
66     FTA - ABS IGG 2500   1 ml
67     FTA - ABS (CSF) 500  
68     Functional Sperm 0  
69     FUNGUS CULTURE 600  
70     FX5 FOOD PANEL ALLERGEN SCREEN 2000   1. ML Fx5 Food panel includes Allergens for Egg white, egg yolk,milk,Fish,Wheat and Soya bean
 
 
 
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