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Heavy Metals

These tests look for heavy/toxic metals present in the body. Small amounts of exposure to toxic metals may not be harmful, however repeated exposure over long periods of time and in high amounts may result in poisoning. Exposure to heavy metals mostly occurs in industrial, agricultural and pharmaceutical industries: particularly in mining, foundries and smelters. However heavy metals are also present in the environment. These tests are for anyone wanting to know the levels of heavy/toxic metals in the body, as well as for employers required to carry out biological monitoring for workers exposed to heavy metals.

Key Tests for Heavy Metals

£229

A blood test detecting even very low levels of heavy metals.

£249

A test to detect even very low levels of certain heavy metals.

£199

A test looking for the presence 11 trace metals in the blood.

£89

A test that can measure the levels of minerals, as well as toxic heavy metals, through a hair mineral analysis.

£99

Our Hip Check Test will measure the levels of chromium and cobalt in your blood and identify whether they are at a safe or toxic level.

£99

A test to measure the amount of aluminium in the blood.

£69

A test to measure the amount of aluminium in urine.

£79

A test to measure the amount of arsenic in the blood.

£89

A test to measure the amount of arsenic in urine.

£69

A test to measure the levels of cadmium in the blood.

£69

A test to measure cadmium levels in urine.

£69

This test measures chromium levels in the blood.

£69

A test to determine the levels of chromium in urine.

£69

A test to measure cobalt levels in the blood.

£69

A test to measure cobalt levels in urine.

£69

This test measures the amount of copper in the blood and is used to identify Wilson's disease as well as cognitive impairment.

£69

This test measures the amount of copper in urine.

£29

An important test for anaemia, this test measures the level of iron in the blood.

£69

Lead (blood) The Lead blood test is used to determine the concentration of lead in the blood. If lead poisoning has already been diagnosed, the test can...

£69

A test to measure lead levels in urine.

£29

A blood test to measure magnesium levels in the blood. Magnesium is a mineral used by every organ in the body and is especially important for bones and...

£49

A urine test to measure magnesium levels. Magnesium is a mineral used by every organ in the body and is especially important for bones and muscles.

£69

A test to measure the levels of manganese in the blood.

£69

A test to measure mercury levels in the blood.

£69

A test to measure mercury levels in the urine

£134

This test measures the levels of molybdenum in the blood.

£69

A test to measure nickel levels in the blood.

£69

A test to measure nickel levels in urine.

£69

A test to measure the amount of selenium in the blood.

£69

A test to measure the amount of selenium in urine.

£89

A test to measure thallium levels in the blood.

£89

A test to measure thallium levels in urine.

£39
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A test to measure the amount of zinc in the blood.

£69

A test to measure zinc levels in urine.

About Heavy Metals

Heavy metal poisoning may be acute or chronic and they can enter the body through ingestion, inhalation or absorption through the skin or mucous membranes. Symptoms of heavy metal poisoning include nausea, vomiting, problems with the nervous system such as numbness and tingling, organ damage, breathing problems, memory loss and can in some cases cause cancer.