Looks for thalassaemia, anaemia due to iron deficiency or Vitamin B12
deficiency, bacterial or viral infection, inflammation and platelet
(blood clotting) disorders.
Looks for signs of damage due to viral or alcoholic hepatitis, drugs
or herbs, fat infiltration, tumours and bile duct blockage.
Looks for signs of damage caused by kidney stones, drugs and herbs,
cancers, cysts and urinary tract infections.
Measures the glucose level to exclude diabetes mellitus and impaired
Measures total cholesterol and triglycerides as well as the HDL (good
cholesterol) and LDL (bad cholesterol) subunits. High cholesterol has
been shown to be a risk factor in coronary heart disease (CHD).
Looks at a urine sample to check for urinary tract infections and
blood and protein from the urinary tract.
RPR (STD Test)
Tests for exposure to the Syphilis pathogen, Treponema palladium.
Untreated syphilis begins to damage the internal organs, including the
brain, nerves, eyes, heart, blood vessels, liver, bones, and joints.
In about one-third of untreated persons, this internal damage shows up
many years later in the late or tertiary stage of syphilis.
Determines the blood group type. A personalised blood group card is
Used to help diagnose rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and to distinguish it
from other forms of arthritis and other conditions that cause similar
symptoms of joint pain, inflammation, and stiffness.
Checks the function of the thyroid gland to exclude an overactive or
underactive gland. Some symptoms include weakness, sleeping
difficulty, heartbeat sensations, hair loss, cold intolerance and
Checks to see if the Hepatitis B virus is in the body and/or if there
is immunity to the virus. If there is no immunity, immunisation shots
can be administered.