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Electrolyte panel testing is not a new type of health check or diagnosis, but its provision online is. The blood test itself still needs to be done in a lab, but electrolytes tests can now be ordered and arranged online through companies like KwikMed. This still involves a physician, but instead of a face to face interview, a confidential online form means that the test can be organized legally online. This new arrangement can be cheaper, but crucially, gives men and women the opportunity to take control of their testing, whether it is to include it as part of a regular health check system or to diagnose a specific problem.

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Electrolytes That are Tested in Lab Today

Electrolytes are tested in the lab because they are vital to all known living organisms. An imbalance can signal one of many problems in the body. Common electrolytes detected in the blood include carbon dioxide, chloride, sodium and potassium. These are charged minerals that are known to be important in transporting nutrients into and waste out of cells in all species. Furthermore, due to the fact they are positively or negatively charged salts, bases and acids, electrolytes help to stabilize the PH value of the blood and to stop it becoming too acidic or alkaline. Furthermore, they play an important role in maintaining the electrical system of the heart, plus other muscles and for inter-synaptic activity in the brain.

Blood Test to Check Electrolyte Levels

The most effective method of checking electrolyte balances is the blood test. It gives a more accurate reading than the urinalysis test. The procedures for the electrolyte panel test include registering for an account with KwikMed or logging into one if you have it. This allows you to select the panel test and to take part in a consultation designed to check your suitability. Once approved, you can checkout. The blood lab for electrolytes requires a requisition form, which is emailed to you after purchase. Be aware this may take up to 24 hours to arrive. Once printed, the form allows you to get the test done at a local lab. The results for this will be posted on your panel profile online in around three to five days.

What is in an Electrolyte Panel Blood Test

An electrolytes in blood test examines the ranges of electrolytes in the blood. These can easily be compared to known values found in most healthy adults. These labs electrolytes values should be 135 to 145 mEq/L for sodium, 96 to 106 mEq/L for chloride and 3.7 to 5.2 mEq/L for potassium. Regular testing will help you build a chart of your own ranges to determine if there are positive or negative changes or in fact if your body is stable. If you cannot afford this then there are certain symptoms that might prompt a one off test. These include swellings, confusion, lethargy and weakness. If left untreated, these can lead to seizures and coma.

Electrolyte Panel Normal Ranges

Your electrolyte panel may return normal values. This can either mean your are healthy or that there is a different cause of the problems you feel you have. If the results of the electrolyte panel test are showing a major imbalance, whether too high or too low, it is important to speak to a physician. The problem could be temporary, such as retaining too much fluid or losing too much through diarrhea or vomiting. It can also suggest something is wrong with a part of your body, such as kidney failure. This is why you should never self-diagnose or self-medicate, but should seek the advice of a professional physician, who can look at the symptoms, results and make a full diagnosis.

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