S.Amylase (S.Amylase, Amylase Serum, Amylase)

SRL
Amylase
Amylase
Days :
Report :
Quest
Amylase
Amylase
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : Same Day 7:30 PM
Metropolis
Amylase enzymatic, Serum
Amylase
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : After 6 hrs
Thyrocare
AMYLASE
AMYLASE
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : Next Day
Pathcare
Ammonia
Ammonia
Days : Daily
Report : 11:00/19:00
Oncquest
Amylase
Components not available!
Days : Every day if received before 1:00 p.m.
Report : Same Day by 7:00 p.m.
City X-Ray -old
AMYLASE
Components not available!
Days :
Report : 6 hour(s)
Origin
Amylase,pancreatic alpha fluid,Serum
Components not available!
Days :
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Vimta
Amylase
Red Top/SST
Days : Daily
Report : 10:30/17:30
Oncquest Medlife
Amylase
Components not available!
Days :
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Oncquest Lifespan
Amylase
Components not available!
Days :
Report :
1mg_apac
Amylase
Components not available!
Days :
Report :
1mg_Niramaya
Amylase
Components not available!
Days : Daily
Report : within 48 Hrs of Test Schdule
1mg_medcis
Amylase
Components not available!
Days : Daily
Report : 8 hours
1mg_thyrocare
Amylase
Components not available!
Days :
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1mglal_ncr
Amylase
Components not available!
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Basic Detail

Specimen Serum (1ml)
Test Method Daily
Report Same Day (6:30 PM) for sample received before 3:30 PM in Lab.
Test method Spectrophotometry
temperature Room tepm : 7Days Refrigerated:3 Weeks Frozen :3 Months

Associated Diseases

PANCREATITIS ABDOMINAL PAIN PANCREATIC CANCER PANCREATIC DISORDER CHRONIC ALCOHOLIC HYPERTRIGLYCERIDEMIA Intestinal Obstruction Intestinal Perforation

Why Get Tested

The serum amylase level is used for diagnosis and monitoring of acute pancreatitis. Amylase test is also used for chronic pancreatitis and other pancreatic disorders like cancer of pancreas and severe gall stone attacks.Doctor often prescribe serum lipase test along with this test.

When Get Tested

When you have symptoms of a pancreatic disorder, such as severe abdominal pain, fever, loss of appetite, or nausea

Specimen

A blood sample drawn from a vein in your arm; sometimes a random urine sample, a 24-hour urine sample, or a sample of peritoneal fluid

Test Preparation

None