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Personalized medicine is using your genetics to determine how you will respond to different medications. This test can virtually eliminate the possibility of an adverse drug reaction and can save you months of trial and error by knowing which drugs are effective for you.
Our goal is to help you get better, better by helping you to reduce the risk of unwanted and often life threatening side effects from prescription drugs. Together, you and your healthcare providers can share in the decisions about your health.
Nearly every individual will be prescribed an opioid-based pain reliever at some point in their life. Aside from the potential for addiction, there is the chance for unintentional overdose and death. There is perhaps no better application for PGx testing. We screen for over 30 different drugs used in the treatment of chronic or acute pain including, but not limited to:
• Opiates (i.e. Hydrocodone, Morphine, OxyContin, Tramadol)
• Steroids (i.e. Dexamethasone)
• Muscle Relaxers (i.e. Soma)
• NSAID (i.e. Celebrex, Ansaid)
Cardiovascular drugs are the most widely prescribed class of medication. Over 26 million adults are currently living with heart disease, the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. We screen for over 25 cardiovascular medications including, but not limited to:
• Statins (i.e. Lipitor and Zocor)
• Anti-Coagulants (i.e. Plavix and Warfarin)
• Beta Blockers (i.e. Lopressor)
• Anti-Hypertensive (i.e. Coreg)
Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Whether it be depression, anxiety or mood swings, nearly everyone is affected in one way or another. 1 in every 10 Americans take an antidepressant, and up to 38% of individuals report side-effects. We screen for over 30 psychotropic medications including, but not limited to:
• Anti-Depressants (i.e. Abilify, Prozac, Zoloft, Cymbalta)
• Anti-Psychotics (i.e. Seroquel)
• Anti-Anxiety (i.e. Xanax, Valium)
This option includes all three of the previous panels, plus additional medical insights for many other drug classes, totaling over 200 medications. Since your DNA never changes, these results will forever be a guide to you and your physician as your body and medical needs evolve. Additional areas covered include:
• Gastrointestinal disorders
• Infectious disease