If you have recently met with a medical doctor and he or she ordered certain blood test to be done, it will be Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP). So, what does the CMP blood test result mean? This exam is a relatively reasonable set of blood test that provides detailed feedback on a number of important physiological factors.
The test is as the name describes quite comprehensive but the downside is that most do not understand what the actual results interpret. If you are interested in finding out how your body is functioning overall then the Comprehensive Metabolic Panel is probably the best exam that you can take. Let’s take a closer look at what’s the blood test results mean and how it is broken down.
There are a total of seventeen different components to this test panel. It is set up to measure the efficacy of your liver, kidneys, sugar levels and electrolytes. The exam is revealed through a specific range for each of the seventeen components. Here they are:
Sodium, Blood Urea Nitrogen, Creatinine, Creatinine Ratio, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Sodium, Albumin, Potassium, A/G Ratio, Calcium, Total Protein, GlobulinTotal Bilirubin, ALP, AST and ALT.
Usually this exam is set up for people that are concerned that they may have diabetes and other blood sugar related diseases. If you do suspect that you have diabetes and have not been to see a medical doctor then it is recommended that you see one right away to find out for sure.