Metal

Sources of toxicity can include environmental, water supply, industrial, hobbies, and others, thus a full history of the person's work and living habits can help pinpoint potential heavy metal sources.
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Aluminium (Blood/Urine)

Aluminium (Blood/Urine)

£60.00
Ex Tax: £60.00
Aluminum toxicity occurs when a person ingests or breathes high levels of aluminum into the body. The symptoms include Confusion, Muscle weakness, Bone pain, fractures, Seizures, Speech problems, Slow growth.....
Arsenic (Blood/Urine)

Arsenic (Blood/Urine)

£35.00
Ex Tax: £35.00
Symptoms of arsenic poisoning begin with headaches, confusion, severe diarrhoea, and drowsiness. As the poisoning develops, convulsions and changes in fingernail pigmentation called may occur. When the poisoning becomes acute, symptoms may include diarrhea, vomiting, blood in the urine, cramping muscles, hair loss, stomach pain, and more ...
Cadmium (Blood/Urine)

Cadmium (Blood/Urine)

£35.00
Ex Tax: £35.00
Cadmium is an environmental hazard. Human exposures to environmental cadmium are primarily the result of smoking, fossil fuel combustion, phosphate fertilizers, natural sources, iron and steel production, cement production and related activities, nonferrous metals production, and municipal solid waste incineration. Bread, root crops, and ...
Chromium (Blood)

Chromium (Blood)

£49.00
Ex Tax: £49.00
Increased chromium levels may result if you are overexposed to the substance. This may happen if you work in the following industries: Leather tanning, Electroplating, Steel manufacturing. Decreased chromium levels only occurs in people who receive all of their nutrition by vein (total parenteral nutrition or TPN) and do not get enough ...
Chromium (Urine)

Chromium (Urine)

£57.00
Ex Tax: £57.00
Increased chromium levels may result if you are overexposed to the substance. This may happen if you work in the following industries: Leather tanning, Electroplating, Steel manufacturing. Decreased chromium levels only occurs in people who receive all of their nutrition by vein (total parenteral nutrition or TPN) and do not get enough ...
Cobalt (Blood)

Cobalt (Blood)

£35.00
Ex Tax: £35.00
Cobalt poisoning can occur when you are exposed to large amounts of cobalt. There are three basic ways that cobalt can cause poisoning. You can swallow too much of it, breathe too much into your lungs, or have it come in constant contact with your skin. Recently, cobalt poisoning has been seen from the wear and tear of some cobalt/chrom...
Cobalt (Urine)

Cobalt (Urine)

£35.00
Ex Tax: £35.00
Cobalt poisoning can occur when you are exposed to large amounts of cobalt. There are three basic ways that cobalt can cause poisoning. You can swallow too much of it, breathe too much into your lungs, or have it come in constant contact with your skin. Recently, cobalt poisoning has been seen from the wear and tear of some cobalt/chrom...
Copper

Copper

£49.00
Ex Tax: £49.00
This test measures the amount of copper in the blood or urine. Copper is an essential mineral that the body incorporates into enzymes. These enzymes play a role in the regulation of iron metabolism, formation of connective tissue, energy production at the cellular level, the creation of melanin, and the function of the nervous system and ...
Copper (Urine)

Copper (Urine)

£49.00
Ex Tax: £49.00
This test measures the amount of copper in the blood or urine. Copper is an essential mineral that the body incorporates into enzymes. These enzymes play a role in the regulation of iron metabolism, formation of connective tissue, energy production at the cellular level, the creation of melanin, and the function of the nervous system and ...