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Sno. Test Name Amount  Min Qty Ref. Value
1     V.D.R.L.(CSF) 120  
2     VAGINAL SMEAR FOR TV & GC 100  
3     VAGINAL SWAB CULTURE & SENSITIVITY 250  
4     VALPROIC ACID 600   0.5 ml Therapeutic Level : 50 - 100 Microgm/ml.
5     VARICELLA ZOSTER IgG (Chicken Pox) 500   0 Less than 8 U/ml : Negative
8.0 - 12 U/ml : Equivocal
More than 12 U/ml : Positive

Interpretation

Varicella zoster virus, a Herpes virus causes Chicken pox and Shingles. Varicella zoster antibodies detection aids in the diagnosis of present or past infection with VZV.

Positive IgG results coupled with Positive IgM suggest recent infection.

Positive IgG with Negative IgM indicates previous vaccination or infection with VZV.

Negative IgG with Negative IgM indicates nonimmunity or absence of prior exposure to VZV.

Note: serological screening to VZV antibodies should be correlated with clinical presentation.

6     VARICELLA ZOSTER IgM (Chicken Pox) 500   1 ml Less than 8 U/ml : Negative
8.0 - 12 U/ml : Equivocal
More than 12 U/ml : Positive

Interpretation
Varicella zoster virus, a Herpes virus causes Chicken pox and Shingles. Varicella zoster antibodies detection aids in the diagnosis of present or past infection with VZV.

Positive IgM results suggestive of acute or recent infection.

Negative IgG with Negative IgM indicates nonimmunity or absence of prior exposure to VZV.

Low levels of IgM antibodies may occasionally persist for more than 12 months post-infection or immunization.

Note: serological screening to VZV antibodies should be correlated with clinical presentation.
7     VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR (VEGF) 10000  
8     Velocity 0  
9     Velvet gross[Holcus lanatus]( g13)- SPECIFIC IgE 600   Less than 0.35 IU/mL : Negative
0.36 - 0.70 IU/mL : Low Positive
0.71 - 3.50 IU/mL : Moderate Positive
3.51 - 17.50 IU/mL : High Positive
More than 17.50 IU/mL : Very High Positive
10     VERY LONG CHAIN FATTY ACID PROFILE 11000  
11     VGKC 6000  
12     Viral Meningitis 1 3000  
13     Viral Meningitis 2 3000  
14     VITAMIN A 5000   0.30 - 0.60 mg/L

WHO criteria for Adults
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Early deficiency 0.10-0.19 mg/L
Manifest deficiency <0.10 mg/L
Toxic >1.40 mg/L

The deficiency is frequent in the poorer regions of the world and is a common cause of blindness due to corneal damage. Vitamin A deficiency is seen where the diet has lacked dairy produce & vegetables for a long time (nutritional) or in malabsorption syndromes. The earliest sign of Vitamin A deficiency is Night blindness.

Toxicity is produced by intake of excessive vitamin A supplements specially in children who ingest >6 mg/day of vitamin A and in adults who ingest >15 mg/day. It has also been noted in explorers who ate polar bear livers which has exceptionally high levels of vitamin A.
15     VITAMIN B 12 600   0.5 ML Deficient : Less than 197 pg/ml
Normal : 197 - 771 pg/ml

Vitamin B12 performs many important functions in the body, but the most significant function is to act as coenzyme for reducing ribonucleotides to deoxyribonucleotides, a step in the formation of genes.

Decreased Levels:
Lack of Intrinsic factor: Total or partial gastrectomy, Atrophic gastritis, Intrinsic factor antibodies.
Malabsorption: Regional ileitis, resected bowel, Tropical Sprue, Celiac disease, pancreatic insufficiency, bacterial overgrowth & achlorhydria
Loss of ingested vitamin B12: fish tapeworm Dietary deficiency: Vegetarians
Congenital disorders: Orotic aciduria & transcobalamine deficiency
Increased demand: Pregnancy specially last trimester

Increased Levels :
In Chronic renal failure, Congestive heart failure, Acute & Chronic Myeloid Leukemia, Polycythemia vera, Carcinomas with liver metastasis, Liver disease, Drug induced cholestasis & Protein malnutrition
16     VITAMIN B1 (Thiamine) 4000   200-700 ng/ml

The main circulating form of Vitamin B1 is thiamine diphosphate (TDP), which is found almost completely in red blood cells. Vitamin B1 function as a coenzyme for the oxidative decarboxylase of alpha-keto and for the formation of alpha-ketols. As the triphosphate, thiamine is important in energy production and synthesis of lipids and acetylcholine.

Deficiency is most commonly associated with low intake (Poor nutritional status-e.g. in alcoholic and elderly). Increased requirement (Exertion, pregnancy, Fever, Breast feeding and rapid adolescent growth). Or increased loss(Haemodialysis), Thiamine is abstained from the diet, Body stores limited and deficiencies can develop quickly, The total thiamine pool in the average adult is about 30mg. an intake of 0.5 mg per 1,000 kcal per day is needed to maintain this pool. Due to its relatively short storage time, marginal deficiency can occur within 10 days and more severs deficiency within 21 days if intake is restricted.

17     VITAMIN B2 - Plasma 5000   6.2-39.0 nmol/L

Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), Plasma - Vitamin B2 is involved in metabolism of fats, carbohydrates, and protein.

The clinical manifestations of deficiency are non-specific.

Clinical manifestations include mucocutaneous lesions of the mouth and skin, corneal
vascularization, anemia, and personality changes.
18     VITAMIN E 6000   REFERENCE RANGE
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Premature infants : 1-5 mg/L
1-12 yearS : 3-9 mg/L
13-19 years : 6-10 mg/L
Adults : 5-18 mg/L

LEVELS OF VITAMIN E
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Significant deficiency : <3
Significant excess : >40

Vitamin E/Tocopherol is a fat soluble vitamin which has anti -oxidant properties. Corn & soybeans are rich invitamin E.

Deficiency is uncommon but may occur as a result of malabsorption, in total parenteral nutrition and in premature infants.

Deficiency in children leads to reversible motor and sensory neuropathies. Vitamin
E toxicity has not been established clearly.

Low blood levels of vitamin E may be associated with Abetalipoproteinemia. Chronic excessive ingestion has been implicated as a cause of Thrombophlebitis.
19     VITAMIN K 8500   130 - 1500 pg/ml

Vitamin K is a required co-factor for the synthesis of factors 2, 7, 9, and 10 and proteins C and S.

Deficiencies of vitamin K lead to bleeding.

Warfarin acts as an anticoagulant because it is a vitamin K antagonist.
20     VITAMIN A (Retinol) 2800  
21     VITAMIN B 6 PYRIDOXINE 4000   2.1 - 21.7 ng/ml

Vitamin B6 is a cofactor in many metabolic pathways including heme synthesis.

Vitamin B6 deficiency may be observed in patients with metabolic disorders, secondary to therapeutic drug use, or alcoholism. Deficiency effects the function of the immune system.
22     VITAMIN D (25-OH) 1250   0.5 ml Serum DEFICIENT : Less than 20.0 ng/ml
INSUFFICIENT: 20.0 - 30.0 ng/ml
DESIRABLE : 30.0 - 100.0 ng/ml
TOXIC : More than 100.0 ng/ml
23     VITAMIN D3 1250   0.5 ml Serum DEFICIENT : Less than 10.0 ng/ml
INSUFFICIENT: 10.0 - 30.0 ng/ml
DESIRABLE : 30.0 - 100.0 ng/ml
TOXIC : More than 100.0 ng/ml
24     VLDL CHOLESTEROL 75   2 ml
25     Volume 0   2 - 5 ml
26     Von Willibrand Factor (vWF) 10000   O blood Group Persons : 52 - 154 %
Other Blood Gropus : 60 - 200 %

Decreased in Von Willibrand Disease.
Increased in Acute Inflammations and Atherosclerotic Vascular Incidents.
27     VZV - Varicella Zoster Virus PCR 4000  
 
 
 
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