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Max-Pre-operative Panel

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Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (APTT) Test
Blood Grouping and RH Factor
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Activated Partial Thromboplastin Time (APTT) Test Blood Grouping and RH Factor EDTA RBS (Glucose) Serum HbA1c (Glycated/ Glycosylated Hemoglobin) Test HCV IgG Antibody (Hepatitis C Virus) Serum HIV I & II Prothrombin Time (PT-INR) Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) - Ultrasensitive Urine Routine And Microscopy

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

The pre-operative panel test, also known as a pre-op panel, is a comprehensive blood test that is typically performed before a scheduled surgery. It provides valuable information about your overall health status and helps healthcare professionals assess any potential risks or complications that may arise during the procedure.

The panel typically includes various blood tests, such as a complete blood count (CBC), which provides information about your red and white blood cell counts, hemoglobin levels, and platelet count. It also includes tests to evaluate organ function, such as liver function tests (LFTs) and kidney function tests.

The use of a Pre-operative Panel Test is to assess the overall health status of a patient before undergoing surgery. This comprehensive blood test helps identify any underlying medical conditions or abnormalities that may affect the surgical outcome.

By analyzing various parameters such as complete blood count, liver function tests, kidney function tests, electrolyte levels, and coagulation profile, doctors can evaluate the patient's organ functions and detect any potential risks or complications during surgery.


The procedure for a Pre-operative Panel Test is relatively simple and straightforward. It typically involves the collection of a blood sample from the patient, which can be done either at a  Max lab or through Ma Lab’s home sample collection services.

Once the blood sample is collected, it is sent to a diagnostic lab where various tests are performed on the specimen. These tests usually include a complete blood count (CBC), basic metabolic panel (BMP), liver function tests (LFTs), and coagulation studies.


The decision to undergo a pre-operative panel test depends on various factors. One of the main reasons to consider this test is when you are scheduled for surgery. It is recommended that patients have this test done within a few weeks before their scheduled procedure.

Another reason to opt for a pre-operative panel test is if your healthcare provider wants to assess your overall health status prior to any surgical intervention. This can help identify potential risks, complications, or underlying medical conditions that may affect the outcome of the surgery.


The normal range for a Pre-operative Panel Test is between Positive and Negative. If the result is Negative then it is considered to be safe.

Fasting before a pre-operative panel test is usually required. The reason behind this requirement is to obtain accurate results. 

By fasting for a certain period of time, typically 8-12 hours, it allows the body to return to its baseline state and ensures that the results obtained from the blood sample are not impacted by recent food intake.


Queries about this test

#1 Use of Pre-operative Panel?

Ans: The primary purpose of a pre-operative panel is to ensure patient safety and optimize surgical outcomes. It provides valuable information about the patient's blood count, kidney and liver function, glucose levels, electrolyte balance, and coagulation profile.

#2 Pre-operative Panel meaning in hindi

Ans: यह ब्लड टेस्ट की एक श्रृंखला है जो सर्जरी से पहले की जाती है। ये टेस्ट आपके समग्र स्वास्थ्य और किसी भी अंतर्निहित चिकित्सा स्थितियों के बारे में बहुमूल्य जानकारी प्रदान करते हैं जिनका सर्जिकल प्रक्रिया या आपके ठीक होने पर प्रभाव पड़ सकता है।

#3 What tests are included in the Pre-operative Panel?

Ans: The panel consists of various blood tests like CBC, BMP, imaging scans, and other diagnostic procedures that provide valuable information about the patient's overall health.

#4 Pre-operative Panel test purpose

Ans: It allows surgeons to tailor their approach based on individual patient needs. For instance, if tests reveal certain deficiencies or imbalances in blood parameters like hemoglobin levels or electrolytes, steps can be taken preoperatively to address these issues and improve outcomes.

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