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Clinical Hematology

Complete Haemogram (RBC count,Hb,WBC count, Reticulocyte count. Platelet count. ESR,PCV, MCV MCH. MCHC), MP (QBC), MF (QBC), Peripheral Smear,Absolute eoslnophal count,Blood grouping & RH typing,BT, CT, Coombs test. Coagulation Profile.

Clinical Pathalogy

Urine:Routine,Motion analysis. Semen analysts, CSF analysis.

Microbiology

Culture / sensitivity of urine, blood and all body fluids are done. Gram stain, AFB Stain, and KOH studies are performed. Wound swab, Throat swab etc and Mycobacterium cultures are also done.

Serology

Is helpful in detecting antibodies and for diagnosing a variety of condition like infection and autoimmune diseases.HIV, HBS Ag, Anti HCV.Dengue, Leptospira, Scrubthyphus-IgM, Chickungunia-IgM.WIDAL, Typhi Dot IgM, VDRL.ASO(Quantitative), CRP(Quantitative), Rheumatoid factor.

Biochemistry

Diabetes profile, Renal profile, Lipid profile, Cardiac profile, Liver function test. Anemia profile, Electrolytes.HBA1C, Urine for Stone analysis. microalbuminuria & Bence-Jones protein, etc.are performed with fully automatic Bio- chemistry analyzer – Roche Integra 400+ with a capacity to test 400 tests per hour.

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Endocrinology

All hormones including – Thyroid Profile, T3 Free T4 are performed in fully automatic Immunochemistry analyzer. Cobas e-411 with a powerful combination of nine minute STAT application and high analytical sensitivity.

Imaging Services

Digital X-Ray – we use Fujifilm Dry lasar imager CR system

Ultrasound Scan

ECG

We have been providing cardiac care through this ECG unit.

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Complete Blood Test

A complete blood count (CBC) is a blood test used to evaluate your overall health and detect a wide range of disorders, including anemia, infection and leukemia. A complete blood count test measures several components and features of your blood, including: Red blood cells, which carry oxygen.

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HIV Testing

In general, antibody tests that use blood can detect HIVslightly sooner after infection than tests done with oral fluid. It can take 3 to 12 weeks (21-84 days) for an HIV-positive person’s body to make enough antibodies for an antibody testto detect HIV infection. This is called the window period.

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Scan Ultra 7

At around seven weeks of pregnancy, it’s reasonably common for women to have their first ultrasound. This can be for many reasons but the most common is to confirm pregnancy and to check that the embryo is viable and “everything’s ok”.

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