Test Details

Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) Test in Arrha

299800

Includes 3 Parameters

62% off for a limited period

FastingNot Required
Get reports in48 hrs

What is it for ?

It is a simple blood test that determines if there is an electrolyte imbalance in the body.

Also known as: Electrolyte Blood Test, Serum Electrolyte Test, Electrolyte Panel Test, Blood Electrolyte Level Test

test Instructions

  • Age Group: 5+ Years

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Included Tests

Package includes following parameters

Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) (3)

  • Chloride
  • Potassium
  • Sodium

Q&A

Helps you know your test better

Q. What is an Electrolyte imbalance?

A. Electrolyte imbalance is called a condition when your body has too much or too low Electrolyte levels in the body, which indicates several conditions, like kidney diseases and more.

Q. What is an Electrolytes test used for?

A. Electrolyte test measures NA/K/Cl in your blood to find imbalances or deficiencies in the body at the earliest so that you can get access to the treatment.

Q. What does Electrolytes Serum Test measures?

A. It measures the amount of Na (used for regulating water in the body), K (responsible for regulating muscle contraction) & Cl (that helps in balancing bodily fluids & acid-base).

Q. Are there any risks associated with the test?

A. There are usually no risks associated with the test than slight bruising or pain at the punctured site that also fades away with time.

Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) Test in Arrha

Our human body requires different minerals for basic life functioning, and Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) are among the crucial minerals that help the body balance water and acid/base (pH) levels. Moreover, it helps move nutrients into cells and has a significant role in ensuring the appropriate functioning of the nerves and muscles. Doctors often call for the Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) Test, which includes a group of tests to measure Na, K, and Cl in the bloodstream. The test diagnoses problems related to water and ph balance in the body.

Redcliffe Labs is the fastest-growing diagnostic lab that you can count on to book Electrolytes Na K Cl Test in Arrha. Electrolyte imbalance in the body indicates health conditions like kidney disease and more. It helps in body functioning. Hence, it is required to maintain sufficient levels to avoid severe complications.

Purpose Of Electrolytes Test:

  • Measure Electrolyte levels to detect imbalance.
  • Help assess water and pH balance problems in the body.
  • Catch the symptoms indicating muscle weakness, irregular heartbeats, and other neuromuscular conditions.
  • Allow thorough monitoring of the progression and treatment efficacy while going treatment for undergoing conditions like kidney disease, hypertension, and more.
  • Diagnose kidney disease early to enable one to get the treatment in time.

Symptoms That Calls For Electrolytes Test:

  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Rapid heart rate or irregular heartbeat
  • Cramps and weakness in muscles
  • Headache and constant fatigue
  • Numbness and tingling
  • Diarrhea or constipation
  • Unexplained confusion & irritability

Symptoms of Electrolyte imbalance vary from person to person depending on different factors, and if these signs are persistent, get tested in time before things take a severe turn. Electrolyte disturbance or imbalance can be a danger to life if not addressed in time, so it’s time to book a test before it’s too late.

Causes Of Electrolyte Imbalance:

Anyone, be it young children, infants, or older adults, can experience this imbalance. However, several other conditions increase your risk of developing Electrolyte imbalance, like:

  • Existing cardiovascular diseases
  • Dehydration or overhydration
  • Eating disorders
  • Chronic kidney or liver diseases
  • Certain cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Acidosis
  • Alkalosis

Timely testing is essential to check electrolyte normal range or find the reason for too low or too high electrolyte levels. With early screening, diagnosing the condition and getting treatment in time becomes easy and increase an individual’s recovery rate.

Tips To Manage Electrolyte Imbalance:

Your body needs Electrolytes in a specific range, and when the levels rise or fall, it can lead to Electrolyte imbalance, which can be managed with simple strategies, such as:

  • Eating a balanced diet that contains Electrolytes can help you manage the levels and minimize your risks of developing several health conditions.
  • Keep yourself hydrated with adequate water, but make sure not to overdo it, as it otherwise flushes Electrolytes out of your system.
  • Say no to strenuous outdoor exercise, especially in hot climates, or do it moderately, as suggested by doctors.
  • Limit salt intake, as too much salt leads to imbalance and other problems.
  • Talk to your healthcare professional about any medicines you take to help them make alterations, as and if required.

Adopting these simple strategies can have a significant impact on your health. However, it is recommended to speak to your healthcare professional before making any change in your diet, medication, or routine to eliminate any negative impacts and get the maximum health benefits.

Serum Electrolytes Test Cost in Arrha:

With Redcliffe Labs, you can book the test at a reasonable Electrolytes Test Price in Arrha is Rs 299. The test is available at a discounted price with a home sample collection to ensure you get tested in time without being in long queues.

Test Details

Name of The Test
Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) Test
Sample Type
Blood
Number of Tests
3
Actual Test Price
800
Discounted Price
299
Home Sample Collection
Available
Additional Cost For Home Sample Collection
Nil
Fasting Before Test
No Fasting Required
Get Reports Within
Next Day
 

 Things You Should Know Before Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) Test:

  • Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) Blood Test checks for Electrolyte levels in the body and diagnoses imbalances or disorders leading to different health conditions.
  • The test requires a blood sample that can be collected at any time without fasting.
  • It thoroughly measures the sodium, potassium, and chloride amount in the bloodstream.
  • Detect Electrolyte imbalance and other health conditions early to help you get the treatment without any delays.

Reasons To Choose Redcliffe Labs For Electrolyte Test:

  • We are committed to providing the ultimate quality diagnostic services following defined hygiene practices and testing measures.
  • You can avail Na K Cl Test in Arrha from the comfort of your home according to your convenience with maximum safety.
  • Our test reports will be as per the NABL guidelines, and we promise to keep their accuracy intact.
  • Your health matters to us. Therefore, we provide a free doctor consultation to discuss reports and help one avail the treatment in time.

So, Book An Electrolyte Test At Home Today!

Customer safety and satisfaction are our utmost priority. So, book a Na K Cl Blood Test in Arrha with us from the comfort of your home. Our phlebos will come to your home for sample collection with the utmost safety measures. Moreover, we provide test reports online via WhatsApp or a registered email id. It’s time to understand that electrolytes have a significant role in different body functions, and therefore, testing their levels in time and getting the treatment is crucial to avoid complications.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does the Electrolytes test cost in Arrha?
The electrolytes test cost in Arrha is Rs 299 only with Redcliffe Labs. Our diagnostic tests are affordable, accessible, and reliable. So book your test now and avail yourself of the premium diagnostic experience today!
    Is Electrolytes A Fasting test?
    The electrolyte tests do not require fasting. However, it is always important to follow the specific instructions given by your healthcare provider or the laboratory performing the test to expect accurate test results.
      How soon can I get the reports?
      You can expect your test results within 12 hours with Redcliffe Labs. We aim to provide the fastest diagnostic experience to all our patients so that they can start their treatment at the earliest.
        Why is the Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) test important?
        The normal electrolyte ranges in the blood for three main electrolytes are Sodium (Na)- 135-145 millimoles per litre (mmol/L), Potassium (K)- 3.5-5.0 mmol/L, and Chloride (CL)- 98-106 mmol/L.
          Who should get the Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) test?
          An electrolyte (Na/ K/ CI) test is usually recommended for routine health checkups when you show electrolyte imbalance symptoms, have dehydration, or have fluid imbalances, to monitor your current health condition, and determine the chronic disease that can affect your electrolyte balance.
            How is the Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) test performed?
            A healthcare professional will take a blood sample from a vein in your arm using a small needle. After the needle is inserted, a small amount of blood will be collected in a test tube. You may experience a minor sting when the needle goes in or out which usually takes less than 5 minutes.
              What do the results of the Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) test mean?
              Your test results will include measurements of each electrolyte, the abnormal electrolyte condition can be caused by several different conditions, including Dehydration, Kidney disease, Heart disease, Diabetes, Acidosis, and alkalosis. Your test results will depend on which electrolyte is affected and whether these levels are too low or too high
                What are the symptoms of an electrolyte imbalance?
                Electrolyte imbalance symptoms are confusion and irritability, diarrhoea or constipation, fatigue, headaches, an irregular or fast heart rate, muscle cramps, muscle spasms or weakness, nausea and vomiting, and numbness or tingling in limbs, fingers, or toes.
                  What are some common causes of electrolyte imbalances?
                  Some common causes of electrolyte imbalances are dehydration, kidney disorders, certain medications, hormonal imbalances, gastrointestinal disorders, malnutrition, excessive sweating, endocrine disorders, alcoholism, and fluid or electrolyte shifts.
                    What are the normal ranges for electrolytes in the blood?
                    High calcium may weaken the bones and also cause kidney stones.

                      62% off for a limited period

                      Frequently Asked Questions

                      How much does the Electrolytes test cost in Arrha?
                      The electrolytes test cost in Arrha is Rs 299 only with Redcliffe Labs. Our diagnostic tests are affordable, accessible, and reliable. So book your test now and avail yourself of the premium diagnostic experience today!
                        Is Electrolytes A Fasting test?
                        The electrolyte tests do not require fasting. However, it is always important to follow the specific instructions given by your healthcare provider or the laboratory performing the test to expect accurate test results.
                          How soon can I get the reports?
                          You can expect your test results within 12 hours with Redcliffe Labs. We aim to provide the fastest diagnostic experience to all our patients so that they can start their treatment at the earliest.
                            Why is the Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) test important?
                            The normal electrolyte ranges in the blood for three main electrolytes are Sodium (Na)- 135-145 millimoles per litre (mmol/L), Potassium (K)- 3.5-5.0 mmol/L, and Chloride (CL)- 98-106 mmol/L.
                              Who should get the Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) test?
                              An electrolyte (Na/ K/ CI) test is usually recommended for routine health checkups when you show electrolyte imbalance symptoms, have dehydration, or have fluid imbalances, to monitor your current health condition, and determine the chronic disease that can affect your electrolyte balance.
                                How is the Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) test performed?
                                A healthcare professional will take a blood sample from a vein in your arm using a small needle. After the needle is inserted, a small amount of blood will be collected in a test tube. You may experience a minor sting when the needle goes in or out which usually takes less than 5 minutes.
                                  What do the results of the Electrolytes (Na/K/Cl) test mean?
                                  Your test results will include measurements of each electrolyte, the abnormal electrolyte condition can be caused by several different conditions, including Dehydration, Kidney disease, Heart disease, Diabetes, Acidosis, and alkalosis. Your test results will depend on which electrolyte is affected and whether these levels are too low or too high
                                    What are the symptoms of an electrolyte imbalance?
                                    Electrolyte imbalance symptoms are confusion and irritability, diarrhoea or constipation, fatigue, headaches, an irregular or fast heart rate, muscle cramps, muscle spasms or weakness, nausea and vomiting, and numbness or tingling in limbs, fingers, or toes.
                                      What are some common causes of electrolyte imbalances?
                                      Some common causes of electrolyte imbalances are dehydration, kidney disorders, certain medications, hormonal imbalances, gastrointestinal disorders, malnutrition, excessive sweating, endocrine disorders, alcoholism, and fluid or electrolyte shifts.
                                        What are the normal ranges for electrolytes in the blood?
                                        High calcium may weaken the bones and also cause kidney stones.