Pathology

Why Pathology Test is done

Pathology tests cover blood tests, and tests on urine, stools (faeces) , Sputum , Body Fluid and bodily tissues. A pathologist interprets the results of blood and pathology tests and looks for abnormalities that may point to disease, such as cancer and other chronic illnesses, or health risks, such as pre-diabetes

Clinical Pathology

Why Clinical Test is done

Clinical trials are used to determine whether new drugs, diagnostics or treatments are both safe and effective. Carefully conducted clinical trials are the fastest and safest way to find treatments that help people.

Specifics

  • · BENCE JONES PROTEIN (UR
  • · BILE PIGMENT
  • · BILE SALTS
  • · BUCCAL SMEAR
  • · FAT GLOBULES URINE
  • · HANGING DROP PREPRATION (STOOL)
  • · KETONE URINE
  • · NICOTIN
  • · OCCULT BLOOD
  • · PH VALUE (STOOL)
  • · PREGNANCY TEST (CARD)
  • · REDUCING SUGAR (STOOL)
  • · REDUCING SUGAR (URINE)
  • · Semen Analysis (Automation)
  • · SEMEN FRUCTOSE
  • · SPECIFIC GRAVITY (URINE)
  • · SPERM DNA FRAGMENTATION (SCD)
  • · STOOL EXAMINATION
  • · STOOL FAT GLOBULES
  • · STOOL FOR STERCOBILINOGEN
  • · TB MUCIN CLOT TEST
  • · TOTAL & DIFFERENTIAL COUNT (BODY FLUIDS)
  • · URINE (CHYLE)
  • · URINE ALBUMIN
  • · URINE EXAMINATION REPORT
  • · URINE FOR ALBUMIN & SUGAR
  • · URINE FOR PH VALUE
  • · URINE FOR SCHISTOSOMIASIS
  • · URINE GLUCOSE FASTING
  • · URINE SUGAR FASTING
  • · URINE SUGAR PP
  • · URINE SUGAR(RANDOM)
  • · URINE UROBAG
  • · URINE UROBILINOGEN

Haematology

  • · ABSOLUTE BASOPHIL COUNT
  • · ABSOLUTE EOSINOPHIL COUNT
  • · ABSOLUTE LYMPHOCYTE COUNT
  • · ABSOLUTE MONOCYTE COUNT
  • · ABSOLUTE NEUTROPHIL COUNT
  • · APTT (PTTK)
  • · ATYPICAL CELLS
  • · BAND CELLS & TOXIC GRANULES
  • · BLAST CELLS
  • · BLEEDING TIME(Duke~s Method)
  • · BLOOD GROUP ABO
  • · Blood Group By Gel Method
  • · CLOTTING TIME(Lee & White)
  • · COOMBS TEST (DIRECT) GEL METHOD
  • · COOMBS TEST (INDIRECT) GEL METHOD

BIO CHEMISTRY

  • · 24 Hrs Urinary Protein Creatinine Ratio.
  • · 24 Hrs URINARY SODIUM
  • · 24 Hrs. URINARY CALCIUM
  • · 24 Hrs. Urinary Creatinine
  • · 24 Hrs. URINARY CREATININE CLEARANCE
  • · 24 Hrs. URINARY PHOSPHORUS
  • · 24 Hrs. URINARY POTASSIUM
  • · 24 Hrs. URINARY PROTEINS
  • · 24 Hrs. URINARY SODIUM
  • · 24 Hrs. URINARY UREA
  • · 24 Hrs. URINARY URIC ACID
  • · ACE – ANGIOTENSIN CONVERTING ENZYME
  • · ACID PHOSPHATASE
  • · ADA ADENOSINE DEAMINASE
  • · ADA ADENOSINE DEAMINASE (FLUID)
  • · AGP (ANION GAP)
  • · ALBUMIN (FLUID)
  • · ALBUMIN SERUM
  • · ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE
  • · AMYLASE FLUID
  • · AMYLASE SERUM
  • · BILIRUBIN(SERUM)
  • · BLOOD COLLECTION CHARGES (PAED)
  • · BLOOD GLUCOSE LOAD TEST(SINGLE SAMPLE)
  • · BLOOD SUGAR (2 HOUR)
  • · BLOOD SUGAR (FASTING)
  • · BLOOD SUGAR (POST PRANDIAL)
  • · BLOOD SUGAR (RANDOM)
  • · BLOOD SUGAR 1 HOUR POST DINNER
  • · BLOOD SUGAR 1 Hrs.
  • · BLOOD SUGAR 1 Hrs. POST LUNCH
  • · BLOOD SUGAR 2 HOUR POST DINNER
  • · BLOOD SUGAR 2 Hrs
  • · BLOOD SUGAR 2 Hrs. POST LUNCH
  • · BLOOD SUGAR 3 Hrs
  • · BLOOD SUGAR 3 Hrs. (POST PRANDIAL)
  • · BLOOD SUGAR 4 Hrs. (POST PRANDIAL)
  • · BLOOD SUGAR PP
  • · BLOOD SUGAR PRE DINNER
  • · BLOOD SUGAR PRE LUNCH
  • · Blood Sugar Random (Camp)
  • · BLOOD SUGAR(FASTING)
  • · BLOOD UREA
  • · Body Fluid Routine
  • · BODY FLUID NASAL DISCHARGE (ROUTINE & MICROSCOPY)
  • · Body Fluid Routein(Peritoneal) Examination
  • · BODY FLUID(ASCITIC FLUID) ROUTINE & MICROSCOPY
  • · BODY FLUID(CSF) ROUTINE & MICROSCOPY
  • · BODY FLUID(LIVER AB.) ROUTINE & MICRO.
  • · BODY FLUID(PERICARDIAL)ROUTEIN
  • · BODY FLUID(PLEURAL FLUID) ROUTINE & MICRO.
  • · BODY FLUID(SYNOVIAL FLUID) ROUTINE & MICRO.
  • · BUN / CREATININE RATIO
  • · BUN(BLOOD UREA NITROGEN)
  • · CALCIUM (Serum)
  • · CALCIUM URINE
  • · CHLORIDE (CSF)
  • · CHLORIDE (SERUM)
  • · Chloride Urine (Spot)
  • · CHOLESTROL (FLUID)
  • · CPK
  • · CREATININE SERUM
  • · CREATININE SERUM WITH (GFR)
  • · CSF Microprotein
  • · CSF Rhinorrhoea
  • · ELECTROLYTES
  • · FLUID CREATININE
  • · GAMMA GT
  • · GAMMA GT (AEGON)
  • · GLUCOSE CSF
  • · GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST (1 samples)
  • · GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST (2 samples)
  • · GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST (3 samples)
  • · GLUCOSE TOLERANCE TEST (5 samples)
  • · GRAPH ELECTROPHORESIS
  • · HDL Cholestrol
  • · IONIZED CALCIUM
  • · IRON LEVEL
  • · LDH (FLUID)
  • · LDH (SERUM)
  • · LDL-LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEINS (DIRECT)
  • · LIPASE (FLUID)
  • · LIPASE (SERUM)
  • · LIPID PROFILE
  • · LIP LIPID PROFILE EXTENDED
  • · LITHIUM
  • · MAGNESIUM SERUM
  • · MAGNESIUM URINE
  • · PHOSPHORUS
  • · PHOSPHORUS URINE
  • · POTASSIUM SERUM (K+)
  • · POTASSIUM URINE (SPOT)
  • · PROTEINS – CSF
  • · PROTEINS URINE
  • · SGOT ( AST)
  • · SGPT(ALT)
  • · SODIUM (Na+)
  • · SODIUM URINE (SPOT)
  • · SODIUM,POTASSIUM
  • · Spot Urine Albumin(Micro)/Creatinine Ratio
  • · Spot Urine Creatinine
  • · SPOT URINE PROTEIN/CREATININE RATIO
  • · TIBC (TOTAL IRON BINDING CAPACITY)
  • · TOTAL CHOLESTEROL
  • · TOTAL PROTEINS (ALB,GLB)
  • · TOTAL PROTEINS FLUID
  • · TRIGLYCERIDES
  • · TRIGLYCERIDES (Fluid)
  • · UREA
  • · URIC ACID
  • · URIC ACID URINE
  • · Urinary Proteins Electophoresis
  • · URINE CALCIUM / CREATININE RATIO
  • · URINE CREATININE
  • · URINE SUGAR 1 Hrs
  • · URINE SUGAR 2 Hrs
  • · URINE SUGAR 3 Hrs

COUGULATION STUDIES

  • · D-DIMER (Quantitative)
  • · FACTOR VII
  • · FACTOR X
  • · FIBRIN DEGRADATION PRODUCT (FDP)
  • · PROTHOMBIN TIME
  • · APTT

HAEMATOLOGY

  • · FILARIA SMEAR
  • · G6PD (QUALITATIVE)
  • · HAEMOGLOBIN (HB)
  • · HAEMOGRAM (CBC)
  • · HB T&D (CBC 3 Part)
  • · HBA1C (GLYCOSYLATED HB)
  • · HLA-B27
  • · Immature Platelet Fraction
  • · LE CELL PHENOMENON
  • · LUPUS ANTICOAGULANT STUDY
  • · MALARIA ANTIGEN
  • · MALARIAL PARASITE
  • · MIXING STUDIES (PT/APTT)
  • · MP by Fluorescent
  • · NASAL SMEAR FOR EOSINOPHILS
  • · PCV PACKED CELLS VOLUME
  • · PERIPHERAL SMEAR (PBF)
  • · PLATELET COUNT
  • · PROTHROMBIN TIME (PT)
  • · RBC RED BLOOD CELLS
  • · RETICULOCYTE COUNT
  • · RH ANTIBODY TITRE (GEL METHOD)
  • · SICKLING TEST
  • · SMEAR FOR EOSINOPHILS
  • · SPUTUM FOR EOSINOPHILS
  • · T&D(CBC 3 Part)
  • · URINE HAEMOGLOBIN
  • · WBC DIFFERENTIAL COUNT

SEROLOGY

  • · ASO TITRE (QUANTITATIVE)
  • · BLADDER TUMOR ANTIGEN
  • · C-3 (COMPLIMENT)
  • · C-4 (COMPLEMENT)
  • · Celiac Disease
  • · CERULOPLASMIN
  • · CHIKUNGUNYA TEST-IgG
  • · CHIKUNGUNYA TEST-IgM
  • · CRP C-REACTIVE PROTEIN (QUANTITATIVE)
  • · CYSTATIN-C
  • · DENGUE QUALITATIVE IgG, IgM, NS1
  • · IMMUNOGLOBIN – IgA,Serum
  • · IMMUNOGLOBIN-IgM SERUM
  • · IMMUNOGLOBULIN-IgG, SERUM
  • · LACTATE PLASMA
  • · LEPTOSPIRA (IGG) QUALITATIVE
  • · LEPTOSPIRA ANTIBODY IgM & IgG
  • · LEPTOSPIRA IgM
  • · NT-PRO BNP/ PRO BNP Serum
  • · PROCALCITONIN (PCT)
  • · RA RHEUMATOID FACTOR (LATEX)
  • · RA RHEUMATOID FACTOR (QUANTITATIVE)
  • · SALMONELLA TYPHI IgG & IgM
  • · SALMONELLA TYPHI Igm
  • · Scrub typhus IgM
  • · TPHA
  • · URINE (MICROALBUMINURIA)
  • · VDRL (SYPHILIS)
  • · VDRL (TITRE) IN DILUTION
  • · Weil Felix test
  • · WIDAL TEST
  • · WIDALTUBE TEST

Microbiology

Why Clinical Test is done

Microbiological analysis of food products is the use of biological, biochemical, molecular or chemical methods for the detection, identification or enumeration of microorganisms in a material (e.g. food, drink, environmental or clinical sample). It is often applied to disease causing and spoilage microorganisms.

Specifics

  • · Air Sample Culture
  • · ALBERT STAIN
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* (NASAL SWAB)
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* Amniotic Fluid
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* AQUEOUS FLUID
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* AURAL SWAB
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* BLOOD BACT/ALERT
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* CUNJUNCTIVAL
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* DRAIN TIP
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* FLUID
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* PUS
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* SEMEN
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* SPUTUM
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* STOOL
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* THROAT SWAB
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* URINE
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* VAGINAL
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (A)* VITEROUS FLUID
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (AURAL SWAB)
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (CONJUCTIVAL SWAB)
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (DRAIN FLUID)
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (FUNGAL)
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (RECTAL SWAB)MENUAL
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (SEMEN)
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (SPUTUM)
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (STOOL)
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (THROAT SWAB)
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY (VAGINAL SWAB)
  • · CULTURE & SENSITIVITY…PUS
  • · CULTURE AND SENSITIVITY URINE
  • · CULTURE AND SENSITIVITY (BLOOD )
  • · CULTURE AND SENSITIVITY (FLUID)
  • · CULTURE AND SENSITIVITY (PUS)
  • · GIEMSA STAIN
  • · GRAM STAIN
  • · Hand Hygiene Test
  • · INDIA INK PREPARATION FOR CRYPTOCOCCUS
  • · KOH PREP. FOR FUNGUS
  • · LIVER ABSCESS FOR AMEOBA
  • · NAIL SCRAPPING FOR FUNGUS
  • · O.T. Swab culture -1
  • · OT & Air Sample Culture Panel
  • · Prostatic (Massage) Smear
  • · SLIT SKIN SMEAR FOR LEPRA BACILLI (6 sites)
  • · SMEAR FOR AFB
  • · SMEAR FOR CRYPTOCOCCUS
  • · SMEAR FOR LEPRA BACILLI
  • · SPUTUM FOR AFB (If X-RAy not Available)
  • · SPUTUM FOR AFB(Fluoroscent)
  • · SPUTUM ROUTINE (Grams stain & AFB)
  • · THROAT SWAB FOR GRAMS STAIN
  • · THROAT SWAB-ALBERT~S STAIN(KLB)
  • · URETHERAL SMEAR FOR GONOCOCCUS
  • · VAGINAL SMEAR (WET SMEAR)
  • · WET PREPRATION

Histopathology

Why Clinical Test is done

Histopathology is the diagnosis and study of diseases of the tissues, and involves examining tissues and/or cells under a microscope. Histopathologists are responsible for making tissue diagnoses and helping clinicians manage a patient’s care.

Specifics

  • · Block & Slides Review
  • · BIOPSY SPECIMEN

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