Popular tests

This test for diabetes screening and monitoring of treatment effectiveness measures the average glucose attached to Hemoglobin in blood over 120 days.
Hepatitis B is a liver inflammation caused by the type B virus and is one of the most common causes of cirrhosis in Viet Nam. Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) is a protein that appears in the blood when you have a hepatitis B infection.
Hepatitis B is a liver inflammation caused by the type B virus and is one of the most common causes of cirrhosis in Viet Nam. HBsAb is a protein your immune system produces to fight against the hepatitis B virus. The presence of anti-HBs is generally interpreted as indicating recovery and immunity from hepatitis B virus infection. Anti-HBs also develop in a person successfully vaccinated against hepatitis B.
ALT is an enzyme produced mainly by the liver. When liver cells are damaged, they release ALT into the bloodstream. Therefore, high levels of ALT in your blood may indicate liver injury or disease.
AST (aspartate aminotransferase) is an enzyme that is found mostly in the liver, but also in muscles and other organs in your body. When cells that contain AST are damaged, they release it into your blood. Therefore, while a high AST level may be a sign of liver damage, it could also possibly be from other organs that contain the enzyme.
The test measures a hormone called hCG, produced during pregnancy by the placenta and found in the blood and urine. Testing for hCG can be done as early as ten days after conception to determine if you are pregnant. Measuring hCG can also help identify potential complications.
AFP is a type of tumor marker produced by cancer cells or normal cells in response to cancer. High levels of AFP can indicate cancer of the liver, ovaries, or testicles. However, other non-cancerous conditions can also increase AFP levels, so this test alone can't fully diagnose cancer.
Uric acid is a chemical created when the body breaks down substances called purines. Purines are a product of protein transformation in your body. Elevated uric acid levels in your blood may lead to gout.
HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus. It weakens a person’s immune system by destroying important cells that fight disease and infection. There is currently no effective cure for HIV. However, with proper medical care, the condition can be controlled. When people with HIV do not get treatment, they typically progress through three stages. Stage 1, the most contagious phase, involves acute infection with flu-like symptoms. Stage 2 is a chronic infection with no symptoms, but HIV is still transmissible at this stage. Stage 3 is Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), the most severe stage of HIV infection, with an increasing number of opportunistic infections or other serious illnesses.
PCR (Polymerase chain reaction) test is performed by Real Time technique or RT-PCR for short. In this technique, throat swabs are taken to analyze genetic material and detect the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Real-time RT-PCR testing is currently the most common and accurate method for determining whether a person has the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

Individual tests

17-OH-Progesterone test is used for screening and diagnosing Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH).
It's an IgG mediated food hypersensitivity reaction towards specific food products that lead to detrimental reaction, often delayed type and after long term ingestion towards specific food items, beverages, food additive or compound found in foods, that produces symptoms in one or more body organs and systems. The test should not be confused with food allergy (IgE) where the symptoms are more specific and identifiable.
This test helps investigate problems related to bone metabolism or parathyroid function and possible vitamin D deficiency or malabsorption before commencing specific bone treatment and to monitor patients taking vitamin D.
ACTH is a pituitary gland hormone that controls cortisol production. Cortisol, an adrenal gland hormone helps you respond to stress, fight infection, and regulate blood sugar and blood pressure. The test is often done with a cortisol test to diagnose pituitary or adrenal gland disorders.