Who is it for?
Choose this package if you want to diagnose (or rule out) biliary and gastrointestinal disorders. Schedule the tests regularly as part of your comprehensive general check-up.
How should I prepare for my lab tests?
The tests require fasting for results to be accurate. Before the tests, you can drink as much water as you like and take your regular medications. Avoid intense physical activity and stress immediately before and after the test.
When and where will the results be available?
You will get your test results within one business day.
Where can I have my tests done?
A list of all diagnostic laboratories is available here. Pick a location and time. There is no need to make an appointment in advance. Just generate a code for the tests and have your MultiLife user ID at the ready. With this information, go to your nearest diagnostic lab.
- liver tests – determination of liver parameters (liver enzymes and bilirubin) is important for laboratory diagnosis of liver and biliary diseases. A blood sample should be preferably taken in the morning after an overnight fast. Have the last meal on the previous day at 6 PM at the latest.
- albumin level – a screening test used in the diagnosis of diseases of the liver, kidneys, intestines, and skin, as well as septic conditions and malnutrition.
- anti-HBs antibodies – determination of serum anti-HBs antibodies, specific for hepatitis B virus (HBV) surface antigen, to determine the patient’s level of seroconversion.
- anti-HCV antibodies – qualitative determination of anti-HCV antibodies in blood serum, useful
in the diagnostic work-up for hepatitis C.
All the tests are done on a blood sample.