Other health markers and calculations between different health markers.
(B)Erc-MCHC stands for "mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration" and represents the mean value of the hemoglobin concentration in the erythrocytes.
Bilirubin is a waste product that is formed as a result of the breakdown of hemoglobin, the red blood pigment, in the body.
The amount of C-peptide in the blood is used to measure the insulin production of the pancreas and helps in the classification of diabetes and treatment choices.
Diamine oxidase (DAO) is an enzyme that breaks down histamine in the body. A high or low value can indicate various health problems such as histamine intolerance.
PEth (phosphatidylethanol) is a metabolite of alcohol in the form of a membrane-bound phospholipid, which acts as a direct and specific marker of alcohol intake during the last days and weeks.
Glucose is a type of sugar that provides energy and comes from food. Insulin helps move glucose from the blood into the cells. Blood sugar is the level of glucose in the blood and can be high or low. Diabetes affects blood sugar levels and causes high blood sugar.
HBsAg, or Hepatitis B surface antigen, is a crucial marker in the diagnosis and monitoring of Hepatitis B infections. This antigen plays a key role in identifying and understanding the presence of the disease.
Creatine kinase is an enzyme that plays a significant role in the body's muscles. Creatine kinase is found in the brain, heart, skeletal muscles, and other body tissues.
LDL/HDL ratio is an important measurement value for assessing the risk of cardiovascular diseases. It is the ratio of "bad" LDL cholesterol to "good" HDL cholesterol in the blood, where a high ratio indicates an increased risk of disease.
Non-HDL cholesterol, also known as non-HDL cholesterol, is an important marker for assessing the risk of heart disease. It represents a total amount of cholesterol particles in the blood that can promote the formation of plaques in the blood vessels.
PSA, which stands for prostate-specific antigen, is a naturally occurring enzyme in the body of both healthy and diseased men, which is produced in the prostate gland. Small amounts of PSA can leak into the blood in healthy men and is a factor taken into account when assessing prostate health.
Pancreatic amylase is an enzyme that is important for the body's digestive ability when digesting carbohydrates. The enzyme is produced in the pancreas and is used to break down starch into small sugar molecules.
Pt-eGFR (crea) relative is a health marker that helps estimate kidney function and can help identify any diseases or other abnormalities.
Pt-eGFR(mean) relative is a calculated mean value of estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) based on creatinine and cystatin C. It is used to assess renal function in suspected or known renal failure.
S-CDT, or (carbohydrate-poor transferrin) is a biomarker used to detect long-term and/or high alcohol consumption in combination.