PR Man Ultra

Comprehensive male health assessment

FDX 52

PR Man Ultra

Comprehensive male health assessment

FDX 52

Our specially devised panels for Male health are the ultimate tool for the modern healthcare practitioner looking for a comprehensive review of a client’s vitality and health that includes sexual health markers.

To create these panels, we have used the principal biomarkers from our best-selling Signature Ultra (Max) test and added important key biomarkers for those wanting to include additional endocrine, sex hormone and cardiovascular profiles to their client investigations.

FDX Man Ultra identifies the status of over 100 biomarkers including hormones, homocysteine, key minerals such as Zinc, Magnesium, Copper and Selenium plus we have added more comprehensive markers to assess thyroid, iron, blood sugar management and lipid function.

Our FDX Man Ultra panel has been created to provide a thorough investigation into your clients’ health.  FDX reveals more than traditional blood testing providing you with the ultimate tool for the modern healthcare practitioner. FunctionalDX uses the world’s most advanced blood interpretation technology considers 13 body systems, 7 accessory systems, 7 macronutrient systems, 14 micro-nutrient deficiencies and 40+ possible clinical dysfunctions.

£966.00

Suitable for:

  • Those / men looking for a comprehensive review of their health status including hormone and mineral status
  • Those / men looking to identify areas of dysfunction
  • Those / men with conditions or symptoms that require or suggest they need a comprehensive investigation

Key Biomarkers

Active B12
Aluminium Serum
Apolipoprotein A1
Apolipoprotein B
Ceruloplasmin
Copper Serum
DHEA-sulphate
Estradiol E2
Ferritin
Fibrinogen
Homocysteine
Insulin (fasting)
Parathyroid hormone
Progesterone
Prolactin
PSA total
Folate Red Cell
Magnesium Red cell
Selenium Serum
Sex Hormone Binding globulin
Testosterone Bioavailable Calc
Testosterone Free Calc
Testosterone Total
Vitamin D3 (25 OH)
Zinc Serum
Vitamin C
Dihydrotestosterone
Fatty Acid Report
Lp PLA2 (PLAC)
Immunoglobulins
Thyroglobulin Abs
Thyroid peroxidase antibody
PSA free

Blood Chemistry

Basophils %
Basophils No
Eosinophils %
Eosinophils No
Haematocrit
Haemoglobin
Lymphocytes %
Lymphocytes No
MCH - Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin
MCHC - Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin Concentration
MCV - Mean Corpuscular Volume
Monocytes %
Monocytes No
MPV (Mean Platelet Volume)
Neutrophil: Lymphocyte Ratio
Neutrophils %
Neutrophils No
Platelets
RBC's
RDW
WBC's

Electrolytes

Bicarbonate
Chloride
Potassium
Sodium
Sodium Potassium Ratio

Enzymes

Amylase
Lipase

Hormones

Cortisol Serum am
DHEA-sulphate
Dihydrotestosterone
Estradiol E2
FSH
IGF-1
LH
Parathyroid hormone
Progesterone
Prolactin
Sex Hormone Binding globulin
Testosterone Bioavailable Calc
Testosterone Free Calc
Testosterone Total

Immunology

H.Pylori IgG Antibodies
Immunoglobulins

Inflammation

CRP
ESR
Fatty Acid Report
Fibrinogen
Homocysteine
HsCRP

Iron

Ferritin
Iron
Total Iron Binding Capacity
Transferrin
Transferrin Saturation %
UIBC

Kidney Function

Creatinine
eGFR
Urea
Urea / Creatinine Ratio

Lipids

Apo B : Apo A1 ratio
Apolipoprotein A1
Apolipoprotein B
Cholesterol Total
Cholesterol/HDL Ratio
HDL cholesterol
LDL / HDL ratio
LDL Cholesterol
Lipoprotein (a)
Lp PLA2 (PLAC)
Triglycerides
Triglycerides / HDL ratio
VLDL

Liver & Gallbladder

ALP
ALT
AST
AST:ALT Ratio
Bilirubin Direct
Bilirubin indirect
Bilirubin Total
Gamma GT / GGT
LDH

Metabolic

Anion Gap
Creatine Kinase
Uric Acid

Minerals & Metals

Aluminium Serum
Calcium
Calcium : Albumin ratio
Calcium : Phosphorous ratio
Copper Serum
Magnesium Red cell
Magnesium Serum
Phosphorus
Selenium Serum
Zinc Serum

Prostate

PSA free
PSA total

Proteins

Albumin
Albumin/Globulin Ratio
Ceruloplasmin
Globulin
Total Protein

Sugars

ALT:AST ratio
C Peptide
Fructosamine
Glucose
HBA1C
Insulin (fasting)

Thyroid

Free t3
Free t4
Thyroglobulin Abs
Thyroid peroxidase antibody
Total T3
Total T4
TSH

Vitamins

Active B12
Folate Red Cell
Folate Serum
Vitamin B12
Vitamin C
Vitamin D3 (25 OH)

Test guidelines: Fasting blood draw required in the morning.  

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