The GI Effects Comprehensive Profile is unlike any other stool analysis profile, going beyond the standard parameters for identifying gastrointestinal disorders.
The GI Effects Comprehensive Profile uses the best of both culture-based and molecular approaches for stool-based gastrointestinal diagnostics. O&P technology can identify an unlimited number of parasites and is the gold standard diagnostic methodology for parasite detection, while PCR technology provides an expansive assessment of anaerobic gut microflora.
Gastrointestinal function is important for general health. The intestinal tract contains significant amounts of bacteria which, when imbalanced, have been associated with IBS and IBD, immune disorders, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Balancing gut microflora is key for optimizing digestion and absorption of nutrients, as well as metabolic functions. Poor digestion and malabsorption can lead to immune dysfunction, nutritional insufficiencies, mental/emotional disorders, and autoimmune diseases.
GI Effects 2200: Comprehensive Profile (Includes 2205, 2110, and 2120)*
*Not Available in New York
Microscopic examination, Macroscopic evaluation, EIA, PCR, GC/MS, HPLC, Automated Chemistry, Colorimetric
|20||87798||DNA NOS Amplified Probe|
|1||87493||DET Nucleic Acid Clostridium Amp Probe|
|1||87329||Long Chain Fatty Acids|
|1||87329||Col-Chr/MS Quan 1 Stationary & Mobile Phases NES|
|1||87329||Parasitology Identification, Concentrate|
|1||87329||Parasitology Identification, Trichome Stain|
|1||87329||Entamoeba histolytica, EIA|
|1||87329||Giardi lamblia, EIA|