Clinical Laboratory Certification

A.A.C. R9-14-102 Direct Access Test List

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  1. Lipid profile, including the following components:
    1. Total cholesterol,
    2. Triglycerides,
    3. HDL, and
    4. LDL;
  2. Glucose
  3. Dipstick urinalysis, including the following components:
    1. Specific gravity,
    2. Glucose,
    3. Bilirubin,
    4. Ketone,
    5. Blood,
    6. pH,
    7. Protein,
    8. Urobilinogen,
    9. Nitrite,
    10. Leukocytes, and
    11. Ascorbic acid;
  4. TSH with T4 reflex testing;
  5. PSA;
  6. Blood typing;
  7. CBC, including the following components:
    1. RBC,
    2. WBC,
    3. Hgb,
    4. Hct,
    5. Platelets,
    6. WBC differential,
    7. MCV,
    8. MCH,
    9. MCHC,
    10. MPV, and
    11. RDW;
  8. Fecal occult blood;
  9. Hgb A1C;
  10. Urine pregnancy; and
  11. CMP:
    1. Including the following components:
      1. Carbon dioxide,
      2. Sodium,
      3. Potassium,
      4. Chloride,
      5. Albumin,
      6. Alkaline phosphatase,
      7. ALT,
      8. AST,
      9. Total bilirubin,
      10. BUN,
      11. Creatinine,
      12. BUN-creatinine ratio,
      13. Glucose,
      14. Albumin-globulin ratio,
      15. Calcium,
      16. Globulin, and
      17. Total protein; and
    2. Excluding anion gap.

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