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Iron Status Profile Blood Test

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This private blood test profile for Iron Status in London has a guaranteed turnaround time of 1 working day or less and tests for Iron, Total Iron Binding capacity, Transferrin Saturation, Ferritin.

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Lab Code -ISP-
Test Name Iron Status Profile Blood Test
Profile or Test? Profile
Test Inclusions Iron, Total Iron Binding capacity, Transferrin Saturation, Ferritin
Pathology Sample Blood
Target Turn Around Time in working days 1 Working Day or less
Laboratory Notes Iron , Total Iron Binding capacity, Transferrin Saturation, Ferritin.
Special Instructions No further Special Instructions. Please contact us if you have any questions.
GP Referral Yes Included
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Iron Status

 

IRON

The serum iron level is a measure of the circulating iron in the blood. It tells us (along with TIBC/UIBC, transferrin and ferritin) the state of the body's iron reserves. An excess in a health screening can indicate disorders of iron storage (such as haemochromatosis), while low levels may indicate (along with changes in TIBC/UIBC, transferrin saturation and ferritin) iron deficiency.

Transferrin Saturation

Transferrin saturation, like TIBC/UIBC, is a measure of iron storage. The higher the level within a health screening, the greater the amount of iron stored. This test can be used to detect iron deficiency, and also conditions of iron excess (such as haemochromatosis).

Ferritin

Ferritin is a protein found in the blood which carries iron. Like TIBC/UIBC, and transferrin saturation, it can tell us how much iron is stored in the body. The higher the level within a health screening, the greater the amount of iron stored. This test can be used to detect iron deficiency, and also conditions of iron excess (such as haemochromatosis). Ferritin can also be raised if inflammation is present in the body somewhere.

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