• Basal Glycemia: Measurement of levels or concentration of sugar in the blood – Diabetes screening.
  • Glycated Hemoglobin: Allows to diagnose Diabetes or Pre Diabetes.
  • Blood Count: Measurement of blood cell levels (red blood cells, white cells, or defense cells and platelets or clotting cells), evaluates alterations in blood cells, determines if there is anemia, infectious or inflammatory processes and/or clotting problems
  • Lipid Profile (Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, Triglycerides): Measurement of fats in blood levels, evaluates the function and metabolism of fats, direct marker to calculate cardiovascular risk.
  • BUN: Evaluates and determines the renal function (Kidney).
  • Creatinine: Evaluates and determines the renal function (Kidney).
  • Uroanalysis: Detects urinary infections, and functional and/or structural kidney alterations.
  • Coprologic Analysis (Stool): Intestinal parasitic infections detection.
  • Serology and HIV: Identifies the presence of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD).
  • Uric Acid: Determines the presence of hyperuricemia or gout, indirectly works as a cardiovascular risk marker and can determine renal alterations.
  • Fecal Occult Blood Test: Detection of gastrointestinal bleeding – Colon Cancer Screening.
  • SGOT and SGPT: Evaluate and determine liver function.
  • Alkaline Phosphatase: Evaluates and determines hepatobiliary function (liver and gallbladder).
  • Total and Differential Bilirubin: Evaluates and determines hepatobiliary function (liver and gallbladder).
  • GGT (Gammaglutamyltransferase): Evaluates and determines liver function.
  • TSH: Evaluates and determines thyroid function (thyroid).
  • Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA): Prostatic inflammation screening or signs of possible prostate cancer.
  • Cervicovaginal cytology: Cervical cancer detection.