Suresign Total Cholesterol Test - Home test kit

£699
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Using the Suresign Cholesterol test it is possible to quickly check your cholesterol level from a blood sample. If the level is high then you should contact your doctor and in this way you could significantly reduce heart disease risk. Cholesterol level in blood is affected by diet and also by: drugs, diabetes mellitus, pregnancy and serious diseases. There is need to fast before carrying out this test. Your test result will place you in one of 3 medical risk groups Result less than 5.0 mmol/L: "Desirable" Group You are most likely at low risk for heart disease. If you have other risk factors for heart disease, you should talk with your doctor as a lower level may be recommended. If you have no other risk factors, you should recheck your total cholesterol level every 6 months. Result between 5.0 - 6.0 mmol/L "Borderline-High" Group You may be at increased risk for heart disease. You should talk with your doctor. Result 6.0 mmol/L or above: "High" Group You may be at increased risk for heart disease, whether or not you have additional risk factors. You should ask your doctor for immediate advice. Important Notes: It is recommended that two or three cholesterol test results are averaged over a period. One cholesterol test may not give a definitive or typical result.
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Suresign Total Cholesterol Test - Home test kit

£699

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Self Test Kits
Using the Suresign Cholesterol test it is possible to quickly check your cholesterol level from a blood sample. If the level is high then you should contact your doctor and in this way you could significantly reduce heart disease risk. Cholesterol level in blood is affected by diet and also by: drugs, diabetes mellitus, pregnancy and serious diseases. There is need to fast before carrying out this test. Your test result will place you in one of 3 medical risk groups Result less than 5.0 mmol/L: "Desirable" Group You are most likely at low risk for heart disease. If you have other risk factors for heart disease, you should talk with your doctor as a lower level may be recommended. If you have no other risk factors, you should recheck your total cholesterol level every 6 months. Result between 5.0 - 6.0 mmol/L "Borderline-High" Group You may be at increased risk for heart disease. You should talk with your doctor. Result 6.0 mmol/L or above: "High" Group You may be at increased risk for heart disease, whether or not you have additional risk factors. You should ask your doctor for immediate advice. Important Notes: It is recommended that two or three cholesterol test results are averaged over a period. One cholesterol test may not give a definitive or typical result.
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