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For those needing to track blood test results over longer periods of time.
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Customers Say About Us
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Make your own decision.
The old “no news is good news” approach disregards the benefits of communicating test results and creates opportunities for errors.
“One of the most important and empowering things we can do is learn to understand what our blood work means.
Having copies of my own blood work was part of how I was able to fully heal and track my results when I was diagnosed with Crohn’sand a suspected thyroid condition. I am now able to monitor and compare current records easily with past records to know whether I am on track- and more so- know, really, how I am measuring up- and not based on what conventional medicine considers the “normal range” but what is ideal and optimal for me.”
Get an annual check-up, and don’t skip the routine blood work.
Even if you feel that you’re healthy, it’s still a good idea to have a continuous record of standard blood markers, so your doctor can look for trends.
Instead of looking at a one-time test result in the high or low end of normal, Dr. Salamon says she looks at trends
“Although your doctor will test your vitals, you need to remember that she is only testing these metrics at one particular moment in time.
She won’t have running averages for your numbers over the past six months. While it’s common for many of us to keep track of our weight throughout the year, we might also want to track other metrics — and should — if we’re at risk for certain things.”
Frequently asked questions
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A free account with Lab Me Analytics allows you to view and track your current test with your previous (last) test. A full (premium) account allows you to track and view all tests to date. In addition, the premium version supports a deeper machine intelligence that looks for problem patterns and significant anomalies.
Yes. You can edit the last test and you can delete a test if need be. However, we don’t recommend deleting old tests as it will interfere with the artificial intelligence leading to erroneous results.
We take data from demographics similar to you and determine if you are within that populations “normal” range. In addition, we tabulate your normal ranges using machine intelligence to seek out anomalies and statistically significant changes in your blood work over time. This means the more you upload, the better it gets for you personally and for the world overall.
Yes, coming soon will be metabolic panels, lipid profiles, genetic sequencing, drug dosage tracking and more. At the moment we are calibrating our machine learning with the complete blood count.
At the moment you can take photos of your home testing devices (blood pressure and blood glucose) as well as your entire lab result, however for lab results we only monitor the CBC for now.
We expect metabolic panels to be released within a few months.
Yes, it is fully anonymous, we do not have access to any personalized data. We take data security very seriously. All users are encoded with a randomized identification that can not be reverse engineered.
This means that you can not be identified via subpoena or any other court order if such a situation were to arise. We do not store personal identification on our servers and no employee of the company can access personalized data. All information is military grade encrypted.