What Is a Bone Profile Blood Test?
A bone profile blood test is used to measure the proteins, minerals and enzymes present in bone. This test indicates increased bone resorption that occurs in certain diseases.
A bone profile blood test is used to evaluate problems with the bone. According to NHS, bone resorption increases due to certain diseases. This test determines the proteins, minerals and enzymes involved in bone turnover.
According to NHS Pathology, a bone profile blood test measures albumin, alkaline phosphate (ALP), calcium and phosphate. According to Christ Church Clinics, alterations in the levels of calcium and phosphate indicate both bone and kidney disease.