I would like to see more of the most looked at labs. Such as bilirubin, albumin , platelets, glucos,creatinine, etc. I mean to say what ever the most important standard labs are. I've found they don't always list thyroid on general labs. The bloodpressure can be kept in memmory on most blood pressure machines. Which ones would you consider to be of most importance to a liver disease patient.
We just launched a set of new trackers today, including one for kidney function and complete blood count (CBC) tests. You'll find a lot of the lab results in those two trackers, as well as in the existing Hepatitis C Tracker (bilirubin and albumin are tracked there). Let us know if you'd like to track something not found in these trackers.
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