An allergy is a response or hypersensitivity to a substance that would normally be harmless but it produces a reaction in your body.
Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) measures your blood pressure over a period of time – usually 24 hours.
Waiting for blood tests and results can be an anxious time. If you’ve been referred by a GP for a test and don’t want to worry or wait, Nuffield Health can help. Our national network of fully accredited laboratories delivers fast, reliable results at a competitive price – wherever you are in the UK.
You may benefit from a cardiovascular risk profile if you have high risk factors for heart disease or stroke.
Your kidneys are a filter for your body - removing waste chemicals and excess fluid from your blood by making urine.
Our Basic Biochemistry Screen is a panel of tests that includes the essential tests of an annual check-up.
Dementia is a constant, slowly progressing loss of memory and function including attention, memory, orientation, judgment, abstract thinking, problem solving and personality.
Therapeutic drug monitoring are blood tests to measure the concentration of certain medications in your blood.
Your endocrine system is made up of all the glands in your body that produce hormones.
If you feel fatigued or generally suffer from a lack of energy, you might benefit from our Fatigue screen.
Coeliac disease is your body’s reaction to gluten.
Haematology is the science that deals with the nature, functions, and diseases of the blood.
Itching (pruritus) is an unpleasant sensation causing you to respond by scratching.
This involves the surgical opening of a vein to withdraw blood.
The respiratory viral screen tests for antibodies that your body creates to neutralise viruses that may affect the organs in your body that help you breathe (your respiratory system) such as flu or the common cold.
Rheumatology is specialty devoted to the cause, development, diagnosis and treatment of rheumatic diseases which present as clinical problems involving joints, soft tissues, autoimmune diseases, vasculitis and inherited connective tissue disorders.
Vitamins (Vital amines) are essential substances required in small amounts for normal body function from the normal diet.