Thrombotic Risk Panel
This panel contains the following tests:
Insulin Resistance Markers:
Plus additional markers that are included within the CBC/Chemistry portion of the panel!
Thrombotic risk is the term used to describe ones risk for clots that form inside blood vessels. Numerous factors in blood can contribute to abnormal blood clots. Rather than wait for an acute stroke, coronary blockage, or deep vein thrombus, one can evaluate common thrombotic risk factors that are measured in the blood. This panel has been designed to detect abnormalities in one's blood that can be corrected before a disabling or lethal clot develops.
This test may be done fasting or 2-6 hours after eating. Both ways provide valuable information, though 2-6 hours after a meal provides a more realistic assessment of the state of your blood in everyday life. Stay hydrated and take your medications as prescribed.
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