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The development of health tests and the awareness of our own bodies has grown hand in hand with the development of medical treatments. Scientists are now better able to diagnose problems before they happen, making pre-emptive treatment and lifestyle changes all the more important. With this in mind, the availability of an electolyte panel blood test is important. KwikMed can now offer these tests in most states. This offers both men and women the chance to investigate their health. This should be done on a regular basis and not just when you feel something may be wrong. Now you can obtain these services online, it has become easier and cheaper to do this.

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What are the Normal Values in a Electrolyte Panel

The normal values depends on the electrolyte being tested. Electrolytes are liquids or gels containing ions that are made from acids, bases or salts. These are charged, so when written in chemical form they are represented with plus or minus signs to show positive or negative charges. The most common ones include potassium, sodium and chloride, each of which feature in a test for electrolytes in lab. Your lab tests for electrolyte imbalance will be shown by these being outside certain ranges. Taking two examples, for chloride it is 3.7 to 5.2 mEq/L and for sodium it is between 135 to 145 mEq/L.

What am I Taking Blood for and Electrolyte Panel

Your laboratory test for electrolytes could be vital in diagnosing problems. Symptoms of an electrolyte imbalance include lethargy, confusion, weakness and swellings. More extreme symptoms include comas and seizures. Rapid correction can also cause problems, so testing helps to understand what a natural balance should be and how to slowly get back to that balance. It can also help diagnose serious health problems and lead to curative measures and treatments.

How is a Blood Electrolyte Test Performed in the Laboratory

Testing co2 retainer and electrolytes is sometimes tested through urinalysis, but more often using a blood test. KwikMed use the latter method. Any mineral electrolyte panel will involve a blood test. In order to get to get a test done, you will have to follow the KwikMed process. KwikMed are licensed to prescribe health check tests like this one in most states, but not all of them. The first thing you should do is to make sure your state allows KwikMed tests. If yes, select the panel test and register an account or log in if you already have one. Next, you will take part in a consultation process, which takes five minutes. Once approved and the test has been paid for, a requisition form will arrive by email within 24 hours of purchase. Print this form then take it to a local laboratory for the test itself. KwikMed posts the results in user test panel profiles within 5 days of the test being completed.

What Body System Does an Electrolyte Panel Test

The electrolyte lab panel tests certain body functions. All living organisms contain electrolytes and these appear to be vital to life. In humans, they are important elements of muscle action, neuron activity in the nervous system and brain function. Imbalances can usually be used to determine if there are problems in these areas, but also concerning things such as kidney function. As with any one medical test, it is not a good idea to self-diagnose off one set of tests. If you are not displaying symptoms of other problems, the cause may be more complex. The best course of action is to always take your results to a physician. Medical experts are better able to interpret lab test results and other data to work out what the cause is and if anything needs to be done about it. One piece of advice, however, is to take these kinds of test on a regular basis as it will help you to understand if something is changing or suddenly goes abnormal.

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