The Alcohol Risk Assessment is conducted to evaluate the kidney, liver, and pancreas functioning. It includes somewhere around 50 tests to examine the functioning of most of the body’s vital organs. The CBC test measures Hemoglobin (Hb), Plateletcrit, Mean Platelet Volume, Leucocytes, Immature Granulocyte, Absolute – Lymphocyte Count, Nucleated RBC % and other blood cells and essential components of blood.
Alcohol consumption can make your body unable to absorb various vitamins. Hence, the vitamin profile is also included in this health package—the lipid test measures the level of cholesterol and some other types of fats. The liver is badly affected by alcohol, so a liver profile test is also conducted to evaluate its functioning. Few other significant tests included in this package are:
- Inflammation marker
- Lipid profile
- Pancreas profile
- Kidney profile
- Diabetes profile.
The regular consumption of alcohol is bad for health, and it can cause various disorders and affect the organs such as the kidney, liver and pancreas. Thus Alcohol Risk Assessment can detect these health disorders timely.