Liver function tests (Bilirubin, GOT, GPT, GGT, ALP, Cholinesterase) provide information about the inflammatory status of the liver, bile excretion, and the hepatotoxic effects of medications, alcohol, drugs, and other toxic substances.
During the examination of kidney function, we look at the excretory function of the kidney and its narrowing (e.g. inflammation). The examined items: creatinine, urea, uric acid.
It is used to determine the level of glucose in the blood. It can be used to detect diabetes (diabetes mellitus) and to control the blood sugar level of a diabetic. The most important hormones in regulating blood sugar are insulin, which lowers blood sugar, and glucagon, which raises blood sugar. Both are produced by the pancreas. Blood sugar levels can be measured at any time of the day, but if the blood is not taken on an empty stomach, the result will be affected by the consumed food, drink, and physical activity.