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Services - Clinical Pathology

Clinical pathologists work in close collaboration with clinical scientists (clinical biochemists, clinical microbiologists, etc.), medical technologists, hospital administrators, and referring physicians to ensure the accuracy and optimal utilization of laboratory testing. Clinical pathology is one of the major divisions of pathology.

  • Fully Automated Lab With Bi-directional Interface and Barcoding with 100% back-up of every machine.
  • Haematology – Mindray BC5300 5-Part, Lab Life H3D Premier
  • Biochemistry & Immunology –Architect ci4100, Architect ci8200, i-Lab600 & i-Lab650
  • Microbiology
  • Clinical Pathology
  • Histopathology

FAQ's

Q. Is Fasting required for routine investigations?
Yes, fasting is required for most of the routine hematology and biochemical investigations unless otherwise specified by the doctor.

Q. When can I get the report?
90% of the reports can be given on the same day in the evening and, certain specialized investigations can be done in a day or two.

Q. Do you use disposable collection device?
Yes, for every patient, fresh blood collection device is used which is then disposed with due precautions.

Q. Do you offer home visit for blood collection?
Yes, with prior notice, we send technicians for home visits within the vicinity of our 3 centres.

Preparations

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A-C , D-F , G-I , J-L , M-O , P-R , S-U , V-X

S.NoInvestigationInstruction
1 24 HRS. URINE FOR CREATININE24 hrs. sample to be collected.
2 24 HRS. URINE FOR URIC ACID24 hrs. sample to be collected.
3 24HRS. URINE FOR CA24 hrs. sample to be collected.
4 24HRS. URINE FOR CREATININE CLEARANCE24 hrs. sample to be collected.
5 24HRS. URINE FOR PHOSPHORUS24 hrs. sample to be collected.
6 24HRS. URINE FOR PROTEIN24 hrs. sample to be collected.
7 ABO-RHNil.
8 ACE(Angiotensin Converting Enzyme)Preferably fasting.
9 ACID PHOSPHATASENil.
10 ACID PHOSPHATASE ( PROSTATIC FRACTION )Nil.
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