LDL (LDL Low Density Lipo-protein, Cholesterol, Lipids, Low Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol (Direct) - LDL (Direct))

SRL
Cholesterol - LDL
CHOLESTEROL DIRECT LDL
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : Same Day
Quest
Direct LDL Cholesterol
Direct LDL Cholesterol
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : Same Day
Metropolis
LDL Cholesterol -Direct
LDL Cholesterol -Direct
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : After 6 hrs
Thyrocare
LDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT
LDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : Next Day
Oncquest
Low Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol (Direct) - LDL (Direct)
Components not available!
Days : Every day if received before 1:00 p.m.
Report : Next Day by 7:00 p.m.
City X-Ray -old
LDL CHOLESTEROL DIRECT
Components not available!
Days :
Report : 6 hour(s)
City X-Ray -old
LDL CHOLESTEROL DIRECT
Components not available!
Days :
Report : 6 hour(s)
Pathcare
CA 72.4 - Cancer Marker
Components not available!
Days : Daily
Report : 11:00/19:00
Oncquest Medlife
Low Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol (Direct) - LDL (Direct)
Components not available!
Days :
Report :
Oncquest Lifespan
Low Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol (Direct) - LDL (Direct)
Components not available!
Days :
Report :
1mg_apac
Cholesterol - LDL
Components not available!
Days :
Report :
1mg_Niramaya
Cholesterol - LDL
Components not available!
Days : Daily
Report : within 48 Hrs of Test Schdule
1mg_medcis
Cholesterol - LDL Only
Components not available!
Days : Daily
Report : 8 hours
1mg_thyrocare
Cholesterol - LDL
Components not available!
Days :
Report :
1mg_Pathcare
CA 72.4
CA 72.4 Cancer Marker
Days :
Report :
1mglal_ncr
Cholesterol - LDL
Components not available!
Days :
Report :

Basic Detail

Specimen EDTA (PURPLE) / SST (YELLOW)
Test Method DAILY:1600HRS
Report Same Day
Test method SPECTROPHOTOME TRY
temperature

Associated Diseases

Diabetes Type I Diabetes Type II Heart Disease Obesity Liver Disease Alcoholism

Why Get Tested

To determine your risk of developing heart disease

When Get Tested

As part of a regular exam with a cholesterol test or lipid profile at least once every five years in adults; youth should be tested at least once between the ages of 9 and 11 and once again between the ages of 17 and 21; at regular intervals when risk factors for heart disease are present, when prior results showed high risk levels, and/or to monitor effectiveness of treatment

Specimen

EDTA (PURPLE) / SST (YELLOW)

Test Preparation

Laboratory tests for LDL-C typically require a 12-hour fast; only water is permitted. Follow any instructions you are given.