Laboratory examinations

Laboratory tests are performed using only laboratory equipment and agents from trusted manufacturers. Laboratory testing is a very important tool for identifying changes in human health, prescribing treatment, assessing its effects, etc. Tests are prescribed and evaluated by the treating physician, who takes into account the patient’s state of health and health disorders. We also encourage patients to arrive for preventive checks.

 

Clinical tests are general laboratory tests of blood, urine and other body fluids. Automatic blood and urine testing includes some of the major analyses performed almost every time you visit a doctor. Sometimes, a more detailed examination of blood or urine is required, then a microscopic examination of individual blood components and urine is performed, and the condition of cells is evaluated. If necessary, the doctor will prescribe a microscopic examination of the stool – a coprogram. Clinical tests also include the tests of prostate secretions, sperm, synovial fluid, nails, hair, skin fungus and other.

 

Biochemical tests include the analysis of various specific proteins, electrolytes, trace elements, kidney, liver, pancreatic, cardiovascular, anaemia and other tests relevant to the evaluation of the condition of various human organs or systems.

 

Immune-enzyme tests are used to identify cancer markers, hormones, vitamins, infectious diseases, allergens and many other health-relevant indicators.

 

Pathological and cytological tests include biopsy and cytological testing of various organs that are important for the diagnosis of oncological and other diseases. Cytologic and pathological tests include thee assessment of smears at the cellular level (cervical, vaginal scrapings, etc.), and comprehensive macroscopic and histological analysis of biopsy (parts of tissues).

 

Molecular diagnostic tests include the analysis for detecting sexually transmitted diseases, causative agents of periodontitis, other infectious diseases, and genetic markers for diseases performed under a particularly sensitive PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) methodology. It allows to find the types of human papilloma virus that causes cervical cancer.