Cortisol (Cort)




Cortisol is a hormone that helps metabolize proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates. It affects blood glucose levels, helps maintain blood pressure, and helps regulate the immune system.

In order for appropriate amounts of cortisol to be made, the hypothalamus, the pituitary, and the adrenal glands must be functioning properly.

Requirements: Some test preparation may be needed (Please consult your physician). Cortisol blood tests may be drawn at about 8 am, when cortisol should be at its peak, and again at about 4 pm, when the level should have dropped significantly.

CPT Code: 82533

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