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  • Liver Function Profile, 6 BioMarkers - Clinic Visit
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    A quick sampling which helps to screen 6 BioMarkers for potential liver damage. Liver has more than 500 functions that are essential for everyday life
  • Liver Function Profile, 6 in 1, Home Kit
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    A simple finger-prick blood sampling service, which helps to screen for 6 BioMarkers for potential damage.
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Tests test how well it is working and if it lacks certain enzymes.

Our test kit checks 5 biomarkers associated with the Function. The test will tell you if your organ is healthy or if you need to make adjustments to your lifestyle.

Click here for instructions How to do a Blood Test at Home.


The Liver is a major organ, part of the digestive tract, which has more than 500 functions that are essential for everyday life.

  • Metabolic Function.
  • Secretory Function.
  • Immunizing Function.
  • Excretory Function.
  • Other Functions.

Why Get one?

Tests how well the it is working and if it lacks certain enzymes.

Testing is recommended in the following situations:

  • Determination of damage.
  • Monitoring the side effects of certain medicines.
  • You have symptoms of a problem.
  • Suffer from specific diabetes.
  • Excessive alcohol consumption.
  • You have a family history of disease.

Instructions For Use

Please take your sample in the morning. Take it at least one hour before any medication.

5 exams Analysed

 Total Bilirubin: made and is excreted in the bile. Elevated bilirubin levels may indicate an obstruction of bile flow or a problem in the processing of bile.

 ALP (Alkaline Phosphatase): measures any gallbladder or bone disease.

 ALT (Alanine Transferase): indicates damage caused by alcohol, drugs or viruses.

 Albumin: helps maintain the osmotic pressure between the blood vessels and tissues.

 AST: measures the level of the enzyme aspartate aminotransferase in your blood.

How Our it Works?

How Long Do the Results Take?

The target turnaround time for test results is 4 Hours. The turnaround time is a guide only and will sometimes depend upon assay run schedules.


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May people with disease have no symptoms, especially in the early stages. The most common symptoms are very non-specific, and they include fatigue or excessive tiredness, itchy skin, loss of sex drive, dark urine.

Because men can clear alcohol more efficiently than women, they should limit to 3-4 drinks in a day. Women should limit to 1-2 drinks in a day.

It is a unique organ, and it is the only that is able to regenerate. Complications occur when regeneration is either incomplete or prevented by progressive development of scar tissue within the organ.

It has more than 500 essential functions in the body, including filtering the blood.

You can determine its health by blood tests. A liver function panel is a series of several blood tests that can detect inflammation (hepatitis), disease, infection and damage.

Hepatitis is a disease that affects it. There are vaccines available for both hepatitis A and C, but not for hepatitis C.

There are a number of ways how you can maintain your livers health: limit the amount of alcohol you’re drinking, limit consumption of dietary fats, do not use illegal drugs, get vaccinated for hepatitis A or B, use condoms when having sex, do not take medications and drink alcohol at the same time.

Choose high-fiber foods, fresh vegetables and fruits, whole-grain bread, rice and cereals. Skip high-fat saturated food, sugar and salt. Drink a lot of water to help prevent dehydration.

Abnormal blood test results are relatively common and most people with these results have normal function. An infection or reaction to medication might affect your blood test results and sometimes a repeat blood test is all that’s needed.

Not necessarily. If your results are abnormal and GP can advise you on the next steps to determine the cause and assess how serious the problem.

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