Iron Level Blood Test (Anemia Test testing Ferritin)

£19.90

The Iron Level Blood Test kit is intended to test the most common type of Anemia, iron deficiency Anemia.

Description

This Iron Level Blood Test kit is intended to test the most common type of Anemia, iron deficiency Anemia.

Symptoms like constant tiredness, headaches, insomnia, and dizziness are typical for anemia. A quick immunodiagnostic test. See the instruction for detailed information.

This is a fingertip blood drop test, and you will have to collect a blood sample with the included sterile lancet.

The result is available right away.

The Iron Level Blood Test (Anemia test) include:

  • 1 sealed aluminum pouch containing
  • 1 plastic pipette
  • 1 desiccant bag (not to be used)
  • 1 test device
  • 1 sterile lancet for blood sampling
  • 1 instructions leaflet
  • 1 dropper bottle of diluent
  • 1 alcohol swab

Anemia means a lack of blood in the body. This disorder occurs in the body when the red blood cells (RBC) count decreases in the body. Red blood cells contain a proteinaceous compound bounded by iron. It is known as hemoglobin. As the name also suggests, hemoglobin is composed of two things, heme – the iron compound and globin- the protein part.

This Iron Level Blood Test is testing a protein named Ferritin that stores iron.

The main and foremost utility of hemoglobin in the body is to carry oxygen from the lungs and then supply it to the body’s various tissues. It is also responsible for imparting red color to our blood. The formation of hemoglobin very much depends on the amount of proper and nutritive diet intake. Iron deficiency can lead to anemia condition. There may also be some pathological conditions that also affect hemoglobin formation.

⇒ FREE AND SAME/NEXT DAY SHIPPING (estimated delivery time 3-4 days).

⇒ DISCREET DELIVERY. We deliver all our products in white envelopes. There will be no content description on the outside of the envelope. As a result, no one besides you will know the nature of the contents inside.

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