Our Labs have automated equipment and qualified personnel to perform high-quality standard tests, providing the doctor with an important diagnostic tool. We can run more than 100 different exams.
This is an automated and digitized test performed in our lab. Quality of blood cells and their products, if not altered by a disease, is measured. Preferably, the patient should come to testing on an empty stomach (no food after 8 p.m. of previous day).
This test is used by the doctor to confirm the presence of bacteria, parasites, intestinal fungi, digestive abnormalities, or nutrient absorption. The patient should collect the sample, following instructions from the doctor and the lab.
The results of this test allow the doctor to determine the presence of an infection and if kidneys along with other organs are functioning properly. The patient should collect the sample, following instructions from the doctor and the lab.
There are several tests that measure organ performance, especially the liver, to verify proper substance production. For this test, the patient should come to testing on an empty stomach (no food 8-14 hours prior). Electronic equipment provides result determinations.
This test measures blood sugar levels. It helps the doctor confirm diagnosis of diabetes or observe whether the patient treatment is suitable. The patient should consult with the doctor and lab about adequate procedure in preparation for sampling. The result values are obtained electronically.
This test measures the functioning the immune system through blood sampling. The patient should follow instructions from the doctor and lab for sampling. Electronic equipment analyzes the samples.
Presence and quantity of these substances in the blood are measured by electronic equipment. These results help the doctor refine diagnosis or evaluate treatment effectiveness. The patient should consult with the doctor and lab about adequate procedure in preparation for this exam. This test determines thyroid disease, diabetes, adrenal disease, and other gynecological disorders.
Tumor markers are substances in the body that be detected in cancer patients. These markers can be identified in urine or blood with special equipment. These substances by themselves are not sufficient proof to diagnose cancer. Ask the doctor to interpret the results with you.
This test can be performed in various samples (urine, saliva, feces, or vaginal discharge). Each of these sources requires a different preparation process. The results take at least 48 hours and are helpful to determine the exact cause of infection. The patient should consult with the doctor and lab about adequate procedure in preparation for sampling.
Dear Patient: If you have any questions about test procedures or pricing, contact our lab personnel and they will gladly assist you.