Anonymous Lab Testing Sarasota FL

Testing Components:

The Sarasota FL VAP® Cholesterol Test (Vertical Auto Profile) measures:

1. LDL (direct measured) Cholesterol

10. HDL2

2. HDL Cholesterol

11. HDL3

3. VLDL Cholesterol

12. VLDL1+2

4. Total Cholesterol

13. VLDL3

5. Non- HDL cholesterol

14 .Remnant Lipoproteins

6. Triglycerides

15. LDL Density ( Pattern )

7. LDL-R

16. Apo B

8. Lp(a)

17. Apo A1

9. IDL

18. Apo B / A1 Ratio


The Sarasota FL VAP® (Vertical Auto Profile) Test is one of the most accurate and comprehensive cholesterol tests available today. It reports 18 separate components of blood cholesterol compared to just four in a standard test.

This comprehensive cholesterol test can identify more lipid abnormalities (which is the #1 risk factor of heart disease) than the standard test and is the only cholesterol test to identify markers for Metabolic Syndrome, a precursor for diabetes.

Your risk of heart disease and diabetes can be reduced with the right preventative treatments – and the Sarasota FL VAP Test provides a large amount of information for your doctor to give an accurate diagnosis.

Why Do I Need It?:

The Sarasota FL VAP Cholesterol Test is a test for you if you have:

  • A family history of heart disease or cardiac event
  • Elevated cholesterol ( Total or LDL) or Low HDL
  • Elevated Triglycerides
  • Diabetes or family history of diabetes
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Thyroid Problems
  • Kidney Problems
  • Obstructive Liver Disease

Or if you are taking cholesterol medication or are overweigh.

The Sarasota FL VAP cholesterol test can determine if you may have Metabolic Syndrome, a precursor for Type II Diabetes or Insulin Resistance

Other Pertinent Screens:

Glucose, Hemoglobin A1C, hsCRP( C-Reactive Protein), Homocysteine and Insulin, ALT and AST (if taking cholesterol medication)

Testing Details:

Normal Range:

LDL < 130 md/dL

HDL ≥ 40 mg/dL

VLDL < 30 mg/dL

Total Cholesterol < 200 mg/dL

Non- HDL < 160 mg/dL

Triglycerides < 150mg/dL

LDL-R < 100mg/dL

Lp(a) < 10 mg/dL

IDL < 20 mg/dL

HDL2 > 10 mg/dL( Males)

HDL2 > 15mg dL ( Females)

VLDL1+2 < 20 mg/dL

HDL3 > 30 mg/dL( Males)

HDL3 > 25mg/dL ( Females)

VLDL3 < 10/mg/dL

Remnant Lipoproteins < 30 mg/dL

LDL Density (Pattern) : A

Apo B < 109 mg/dL

Apo A1 (Females) > 145mg/dL

ApoA1 (Males) > 118mg/dL


Apo B/ Apo A1 Ratio (Females) < 0.75



Apo B/ Apo A1 Ratio (Males) < 0.92



High Results Indicate:

Depending on other risk factors high result may indicate you are at increased risk for heart disease. Always discuss your results with your clinician.

Low Results Indicate:

[There is no “Low Results Indicate” for this test.]

What Sort of Physician Should You See?

Your Primary Care physician, Internist or Cardiologist can discuss your cholesterol results.

Next Steps:

  1. Buy test – either in-store or online. (*If online, don't forget to print out receipt!)
  2. Fill out necessary paperwork and how you want to receive the test results.
  3. Get results.
  4. Review results.
  5. If your results are 'abnormal' or 'out-of-range' from the normal, please contact your physician. (*The interpretation of any laboratory test should be made only by a licensed physician.)


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