Heavy Metals Comprehensive Panel, Random Urine

Description

A liver panel may be used to screen for liver damage, especially if someone has a condition or is taking a drug that may affect the liver. A comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP), which is often performed as part of a general health checkup, may be ordered instead of a liver panel for routine screening. This group of tests includes most of the liver panel as well as additional tests that evaluate other organs and systems within the body.

Heavy Metals Comprehensive Panel, Random Urine

$299

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$799

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  • Fasting Required: NO
  • Preferred Specimen: Urine
  • Limitations: Ingestion of seafood within three days of specimen collection can affect results. Includes: Arsenic, Cadmium, Cobalt, Lead, Mercury, Thallium, Creatinine
  • Reference Range(s):
    Arsenic Random Urine  
    Non-exposed Adult ≤35 mcg/g creat
    Biological Exposure Index (end of shift/work week) ≤50 mcg/g creat
    Mercury Random Urine  
    Non-exposed Adult ≤4 mcg/g creat
    Biological Exposure Index (pre-shift) ≤35 mcg/g creat
    Lead, Random Urine  
    Non-exposed Adult <10 mcg/g creat
    Cadmium, Random Urine  
    Non-exposed Adult ≤1.2 mcg/g creat
    OSHA Reference Range for Industrial Exposure ≤3.0 mcg/g creat
    Cobalt, Random Urine  
    Non-exposed Adult ≤2.8 mcg/L
    Biological Exposure Index (end of shift/work week) ≤15.0 mcg/L
    Thallium, Random Urine  
    Non-exposed Adult <0.4 mcg/g creat
    Creatinine, Random Urine  
    ≤6 Months 2-32 mg/dL
    7-11 Months 2-36 mg/dL
    1-2 Years 2-128 mg/dL
    3-8 Years 2-149 mg/dL
    9-12 Years 2-183 mg/dL
    >12 Years  
    Male 20-370 mg/dL
    Female 20-320 mg/dL
  • Turnaround Time: 5 Day
  • Test Code: 14573