Vitamin A

Material: Blood
Price of the study: 165 PLN
Waiting time: result after 14 working days

  • We perform the test without prior reservation only at selected intake points/hours - NOTE! Check the hours of the tests

Luxmed collection points

Preparation for the study


  • The test material is blood.
  • The patient must be fasting. On the day before the test, it is recommended to have an easily digestible,
    low-fat diet and refraining from intense exercise and stimulants.


Samples brought from outside are not accepted for testing.


Clinical significance, indications and contraindications for the test.
Vitamin A (retinol, axerophthol) is involved in the formation of rhodopsin in the retina, acts as a bone growth factor and is a cofactor in the synthesis of steroid hormones. Lack of vitamin A can cause night blindness, dry skin, hair loss and, in severe deficiency, corneal opacity. Vitamin A deficiency can be associated not only with insufficient supply, but also with chronic lipid malabsorption syndrome, liver disease, intestinal parasites and alcoholism. After long-term use of high doses of vitamin A, hypervitaminosis can occur, causing first fatigue and later growth disorders and bone fractures.

Assay Methodology, Reagent Manufacturer Company Name
Chromsystems reagent kit for the analysis of vitamin A and E in serum in a single isocratic HPLC cycle with subsequent UV detection.

HPLC Chromatograph with UV Detector (Ultimate 3000)

Development and preparation of material (applies to contractors only)

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