CK MB Fraction


CK MB is an isoenzymes of CK, Creatine kinase.

CK MB is found mainly in the heart and CK MM is found mainly in skeletal muscle.

A CK MB Fraction test is normally done to see if someone has had a suspected heart attack and would normally be done along with Tropinin-1.


Postage & Packaging

Special pre-paid packaging is provided to return your sample safely, by first class post, to our laboratory for testing.


Medical Questionnaire

A Medical History & Lifestyle questionnaire is included with this test. It covers important areas such as illness, injuries, medical conditions, medication, family health history and much more.

The Medical History & Lifestyle questionnaire provides us with vital information which can affect how your results are interpreted and what advice you receive.


Copy of Laboratory Results

You will have secure online access to your medical reports and results held on our secure web servers. If required, we will also send you a hard copy by post.

Our web servers are secure and protected by the latest SSL certificate. The 128bit SSL encryption assures that information is kept private between our web servers and your web browser.



Laboratory Analysis

Samples are analysed at a private accredited laboratory.


Interpretation of Results

Abnormal results will be explained and relevant advice provided.


Helpline Card

Your personalised Helpline Card will allow you access free confidential medical advice.


CK (M.B. Fraction)

Our finger prick blood tests and health checks are a fast, confidential and convenient way of finding out where you stand on a whole range of different health issues.

Simply order one of our Home-to-Lab tests or health checks online and we will send you the appropriate sample collection kit(s) with easy to follow instructions.

Take the sample in the privacy of your own home then post to our laboratory for fast, accurate testing. For those tests requiring a finger prick blood sample, please see our video guide opposite.

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