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Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) Testing

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Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (includes eGFR)
  • Reveal underlying health conditions effortlessly
  • Pinpoint the cause of chronic fatigue
  • Assess your cardiovascular health comprehensively
HSA/FSA accepted HSA/FSA accepted
Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (CMP) (includes eGFR) with Creatine Kinase
  • Reveal hidden issues affecting your energy
  • Pinpoint causes of muscle pain accurately
  • Assess kidney function for better health
  • No need to visit a doctor
  • Prescription never expires
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HSA/FSA accepted HSA/FSA accepted
Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (includes eGFR)
  • Reveal underlying health conditions effortlessly
  • Pinpoint the cause of chronic fatigue
  • Assess your cardiovascular health comprehensively
Includes: ALT AST Albumin Albumin/Globulin Ratio Alkaline Phosphatase Bilirubin, Total Bun/Creatinine Ratio Calcium Carbon Dioxide Chloride Creatinine Globulin Glucose Potassium Protein, Total Sodium Urea Nitrogen (Bun) eGFR
Preparation Fasting: 12 hours
Test details HSA/FSA: reimbursable Results: first results available starting the next day, complete results in 3 business days
HSA/FSA accepted HSA/FSA accepted
Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (CMP) (includes eGFR) with Creatine Kinase
  • Reveal hidden issues affecting your energy
  • Pinpoint causes of muscle pain accurately
  • Assess kidney function for better health
Includes:
Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (includes eGFR)
  • Chloride
  • Potassium
  • Sodium
  • Bun/Creatinine Ratio
  • ALT
  • AST
  • Alkaline Phosphatase
  • Bilirubin, Total
  • Albumin/Globulin Ratio
  • Globulin
  • Albumin
  • Protein, Total
  • Calcium
  • Carbon Dioxide
  • Creatinine
  • Urea Nitrogen (Bun)
  • Glucose
  • eGFR
Creatine Kinase, Total
Preparation Fasting: 12 hours
Test details HSA/FSA: reimbursable Results: first results available starting the next day, complete results in 3 business days
HSA/FSA accepted HSA/FSA accepted
Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (CMP) (includes eGFR)
  • Reveal underlying health issues effortlessly
  • Pinpoint the cause of your fatigue
  • Assess your kidney function accurately
Includes:
A:G ratio; albumin, serum; alkaline phosphatase, serum; ALT (SGPT); AST (SGOT); bilirubin, total; BUN; BUN:creatinine ratio; calcium, serum; carbon dioxide, total; chloride, serum; creatinine, serum; globulin, total; glucose, serum; potassium, serum; protein, total, serum; sodium, serum; eGFR.
HSA/FSA accepted HSA/FSA accepted
Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (CMP) (includes eGFR) with Creatine Kinase
  • Reveal hidden kidney issues effortlessly
  • Pinpoint liver function problems accurately
  • Assess your muscle health comprehensively
Includes:

Comprehensive Metabolic Profile (CMP) (includes eGFR): A:G ratio; albumin, serum; alkaline phosphatase, serum; ALT (SGPT); AST (SGOT); bilirubin, total; BUN; BUN:creatinine ratio; calcium, serum; carbon dioxide, total; chloride, serum; creatinine, serum; globulin, total; glucose, serum; potassium, serum; protein, total, serum; sodium, serum; eGFR
Creatine Kinase (CK), Total, serum

What is a Comprehensive Metabolic Panel?

A Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) is a series of blood tests designed to provide a clear understanding of both kidney and liver function, diabetic and parathyroid status, and a patient’s balance of electrolytes and other fluids. It is essentially an expanded form of a basic metabolic panel (BMP), which does not include testing on liver function. The Comprehensive Metabolic Panel is often ordered as part of a routine physical examination, though it can also be utilized as a method of monitoring patients with chronic disease.

Who May Need a Comprehensive Metabolic Panel?

Comprehensive Metabolic Panels are useful for the diagnosis of universal diseases and deficiencies in the human body, making it one of the most common tests performed on patients during routine checkups. It is also useful for following up on patient progress after various therapeutic applications. They typically are utilized as a means of checking for kidney- or liver-related issues, though they can also signal other problems in the overall health of an individual.

What Should I Expect from My Comprehensive Metabolic Panel?

Your Comprehensive Metabolic Panel is taken through a blood sample and can help a physician determine if there are any reasons for concern regarding your health, including kidney or liver function. It tests a patient for abnormalities in glucose, a type of sugar used for energy; electrolytes, which keep a body’s fluids balanced and maintain internal operation; kidney function, which keep a proper balance of water, salts and minerals in the blood, as well as filtering waste and other substances; and liver function, which aids in digestion, produces some vitamins and other desirable substances, and controls the amount of glucose, protein, and fat in an individual’s blood, while also helping to maintain a person’s immune system.

FAQ

  1. What is a comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP)?

    A comprehensive metabolic blood panel (CMP) is a blood test that provides information about your body's metabolism; it measures the levels of:

    • Albumin
    • Bilirubin
    • BUN
    • Carbon Dioxide
    • Creatinine
    • Calcium
    • Electrolytes
    • Glucose
    • Kidney enzymes
    • Liver enzymes
    • Total protein
    • Urea Nitrogen
  2. What can a comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP) detect?

    A comprehensive metabolic panel is designed to assess the function of several basic systems in your body, including:

    • Kidney and liver function
    • Electrolytes (like sodium, potassium, calcium and chloride)
    • Fluid balance
    • Blood sugar levels

    Therefore, it can detect different diseases:

    • Kidney and liver disease
    • Diabetes
    • Renal failure
    • Heart disease
  3. When should you get a comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP)?

    A comprehensive metabolic panel can serve as a "general health" check-up and help you detect any potential health problems early. It is recommended when you have a medical condition or as part of your yearly check-ups.

  4. Who may need a comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP)?

    A comprehensive metabolic panel is one of the most common tests performed on patients during routine check-ups. It is useful for following up on patient progress for kidney- or liver-related issues and signaling other overall health problems.

  5. What should I expect from my comprehensive metabolic panel (CMP)?

    A blood sample is drawn for a comprehensive metabolic panel, which will be analyzed at the lab to help understand the function of several basic systems in your body. It tests for:

    • Blood glucose - which is a type of sugar used for energy by organs, tissues, and muscles
    • Electrolytes (salts and minerals) - which help maintain proper fluid balance throughout the body
    • Liver function - which aids the production of vitamins and other substances and controls the amount of blood glucose, protein, and fat
    • Kidney function - which aids in waste filtration and digestion and keeps a proper balance of water and electrolytes in the blood
  6. What is creatine kinase and why is it important?

    Creatine kinase (CK) is a natural enzyme that measures heart, brain, and muscle damage. The body releases this enzyme during strenuous exercise or other intense physical strain. Elevated levels of CK can be related to:

    • Heart disease
    • Epileptic seizures
    • Aneurysms
    • Other types of brain bleeds
  7. What is eGFR and why is it important?

    eGFR stands for Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate and is the most commonly used indicator of kidney function. The kidney is responsible for filtering approximately 180 liters of blood daily, separating the fluid from waste products, which are then excreted. eGFR measures how well your kidneys are doing that job.

  8. Do I need to visit a doctor?

    Nope. You don't need a doctor's visit to get a test with us.

  9. How do I get my results?

    You'll get your results via email as soon as they are available. We will notify you via SMS as well. You can also see them at any time in the future right in your dashboard where you can easily share them with your professional and compare them side by side with future tests.

  10. Does my lab prescription expire?

    We're the only lab that honors your lab order forever.

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