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Comprehensive Blood Test

Comprehensive Blood Test

Regular Price: £199.25

Special Price £169.25

Comprehensive Blood Test

Quick Overview

This private blood assessment for Comprehensive testing is offered at all thirty two private outpatient departments across England, Scotland and Wales.

Included in each request for Comprehensive testing are a Doctors Referral, all Phlebotomy fees (your blood taken at a Private Hospital), all laboratory fees and includes our GP comments.

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Regular Price: £199.25

Special Price £169.25

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Regular Price: £199.25

Special Price £169.25

Additional Information

Lab Code BHM3
Test Information The cheapest of our comprehensive tests but still very comprehensive.
Clinical Information No
Test Inclusions

Comprehensive Inclusions

White blood cell count, Red blood cell count, Haemoglobin level, Haematocrit, Mean cell volume, Mean cell haemoglobin concentration, Platelets, Red cell distribution width, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils, ESR, Sodium, Potassium, Urea, Creatinine, Protein, Globulin, Bilirubin, Alkaline phosphatase, Alinine transminase, Gamma GT, Aspartate Transiminase, LDH, Calcium, Uric acid, Glucose, Total cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL cholesterol, Cholesterol/HDL ratio, LDL cholesterol, UIBC Iron, Serum iron, TIBC iron, Transferrin saturation, TSH, FT4

Target Turn Around Time in working days 3
Laboratory Units Assay Dependent
Pathology Sample blood
Reference Range Assay Dependent
Sample Requirement 2x Gold, 1x Lavender, 1x Grey 1xESR Long Black
Frozen sample requirement This test carries no frozen sample requirements. Attendance at any of the Private Hospitals is possible.
Fasting Requirement Fast for 8 hours
Special Instructions Centrifuge Gold Samples before sending to the lab
GP Referral Yes Included
Service Inclusions

The price you see is the price that you get.*

This Includes....

  • A Private GP referral
  • All Phlebotomy fees
  • All Laboratory fees
  • Our GP's comments

This Excellent Service is conducted at UK Private Hospitals, and is NOT a "Postal" kit.

Patient Information No
Other notes No

Comprehensive Plus V with HbA1c
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If you are serious about your health, or if you are just looking for maximum value, our Comperhensive Plus V has got you covered!
The PLUS V is our best value Comprehensive Private Blood Test and is accessible at over thirty one private hospitals around the UK. In a nutshell, it is an extremely well priced set of blood tests that we are able to offer to our patients at an excellent price because of the volume of blood test referrals that we send. 

Best Advanced Blood Test of 2016 - Highly Recommended by our Doctors.

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Full blood count included in this private blood test

The Full blood Count looks at the state of the red blood cells. Red blood cells are the most abundant type of cell in the human body - investigation of red blood cell parameters is a starting point for investigations into anaemia and other blood cell disorders. Included are Red Blood Cell count, Haemoglobin level (the pigment in the red cell), Haematocrit (a measure of concentration of red cells in the whole blood), Red Cell Distribution (an indication of mature/immature red cell spread), and Mean Cell Volume and Mean Cell Haemoglobin - which are further tests of red blood cell quality. Low levels of haemoglobin, and lower scores elsewhere in the blood count, generally indicate anaemia - deficient or poor quality red blood cells.

 White blood cells

The total white blood cell count, as well as a breakdown into the five distinct white blood cell types Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils and Basophils, is included within the full blood count. Raised values may indicate viral or bacterial infection, inflammation, leukaemia, allergies or asthma or hypothyroidism, whilst decreased values may suggest sepsis, arthritis, or malignant diseases.

 Platelets in blood

Platelets are essential in the clotting process - they prevent excess bleeding. A low platelet count is known as thrombocytopaenia and may be caused by viral infection, alcohol excess, leukaemia or aplastic anaemia but the full list is quite exhaustive. A high platelet count is known as thrombocytosis and may indicate bacterial infection, or inflammation amongst other causes.

 Liver Function Test GGT  

Liver function tests are often recommended as part of any general blood test - abnormalities may indicate serious disease processes. All included parameters should be looked at as a whole - levels of Bilirubin (a by-product of liver processes), the liver enzymes ALP, ALT and Gamma GT, and Total Protein (made up of Albumin and Globulin), looked at together give insight into liver function, and how efficiently the liver is performing.

Private Kidney Testing in blood   

One of the best measures of Kidney Function we have at our disposal is the creatinine level. Creatinine is a waste product of bodily processes and it is the kidneys that control its elimination from the blood. Raised levels will usually indicate that there is reduced kidney function although a slight increase is possible as a result of mild dehydration. Low levels are of no concern. Sodium and Potassium levels allow insight into a number of processes, including kidney function - small changes can have significant implications. Urea is another reliable marker of kidney disease.

Lipid Profile cholesterol testing   

Cholesterol is a form of fat (lipid) essential for a number of processes in our bodies - but high levels have been linked to a higher risk of developing heart disease. Total Cholesterol, and importantly the 'good' and 'bad' forms (HDL and LDL), are measured. By looking at the proportions, a better assessment of your risk of heart disease can be made.

private thyroid blood tests 

A thyroid assessment consisting of TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) and FT4 ( Free thyroxine) will detect any developing or established hypothyroid (underactive thyroid) or hyperthyroid (overactive thyroid) situation.

 Iron Status Panel

The Iron Status Panel within this profile consists of five separate tests of iron storage which will enable detection of any iron storage disorders (either too little or too much iron). Inclusions are Total Iron, Total Iron Binding Capacity, Transferrin Saturation, UIBC and Haemoglobin

bone profile blood test 

Every comprehensive profile also includes a bone screen. Scrutiny of calcium levels in conjunction with protein, albumin and globulin, the enzyme Alkaline Phosphatase, enables an assessment of bone health, and of other states which can lead to abnormal levels of calcium.

uric acid gout testing private   

Uric acid is a normal waste product of protein breakdown within our bodies - high levels are possible which can in turn lead to gout, an inflammatory condition that painfully affects joints, most commonly the big toes. Common causes of high uric acid can be the use of diuretics (water tablets), genetic reasons or diet.

hba1c blood test 

Blood Glucose is tested in the standard Comprehensive blood test to check for Diabetes (as opposed to HbA1C in the PLUS V variant of this profile). A fasting level is preferred, for which it is advisable you have no food, or drink containing calories, and that you fast from midnight before a test in the morning.

crp blood investigation 

Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) is a non-specific measure of general inflammation and infection. It may be useful in assessments of arthritis and auto immune diseases, inflammatory bowel disease and pelvic inflammatory disease. Treatment effectiveness may be assessed by monitoring the ESR level to see if it is rising or falling.