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Gain Clinical Insight with Veridia Biomarkers

Veridia Diagnostics offers a comprehensive menu of lab tests including our proprietary SMC™ cardiac function and inflammatory biomarkers, that provide unprecedented scope of disease detection for the proactive management of patients’ health.

Cardiac Function

Cardiac Function

Cardiac Function markers may be used to assess injury, stress and stretch of the heart muscle.

Inflammation

Inflammation

Chronic inflammatory activity underlies progression of many disease states such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes and sleep disordered breathing.1 The ability to measure and monitor inflammation may aid in the proactive management of patients.

Lipid Management

Lipid Management

The Lipid Management menu of tests provides greater detail by identifying the quantity and quality of cholesterol particles. National organizations such as the AACE and ACE, as well as the ADA and ACC Foundation recommend the routine measurement of lipid particle number.2,3

Diabetes & Weight Management

Diabetes & Weight Management

Nearly 30% of people with diabetes are undiagnosed.1 The Diabetes & Weight Management menu of tests may help risk stratify patients for diabetes and heart disease and may be used to monitor therapy effectiveness.

Calcium, Bone & Mineral Health

Calcium, Bone & Mineral Health

PTH, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin D function together to maintain a homeostatic state; imbalances may adversely affect cardiovascular and bone health.

Renal & Hepatic

Renal & Hepatic

The Renal & Hepatic menu of tests may be used to detect, evaluate, and monitor disease.

Thyroid

Thyroid

Many thyroid diseases are life-long conditions that can be managed with treatment.

Hormones

Hormones

The Hormone menu of tests may be used to evaluate hormone balance and detect and manage disease.

Oncology

Oncology

The Oncology menu of tests may be used as an aid in the detection and management of prostate cancer.

References:

  1. Kalogeropoulos A, et al. Heart Failure Clin. 2012; 8: 113–123.
  2. Garber A, et al. Endocrine Practice. 2016; 22:84–113.
  3. Brunzell J, et al. Diabetes Care. 2008; 31:811–822.