Labratory and Pathology
Laboratory tests are a valuable tool for diagnosing, controlling disease and monitoring treatment, which are regularly prescribed by the doctor. Each test, provides important information about the patient’s condition to the physician and allows them to make the right decision. Specialists in this section receive laboratory samples from patients and do their job very carefully, because each sample belongs to one patient, which is very important to provide accurate test results for diagnosis and treatment.
With extensive equipment and experienced technologists, laboratories provide a wide range of services in the field of diagnostic and pathologic testing. In this lab, there are several specialized sections that include:
- Blood Bank: To provide the blood needed for cancer patients and chemotherapy, and also provides the blood in the operating room.
- Biochemistry: Precise measurements of the metabolites, such as glucose (glucose), cholesterol, urea, creatinine, sodium, potassium, etc., can be found in this section, which can be indicative of diabetes, kidney disease, and heart disease.
- Hematology: Services for testing blood cells including red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets and coagulation tests, including CBC and Hb tests, diagnosis of blood infection, anemia and leukemia.
- Hormone: The relevant tests for hormonal problems like thyroid are done here.
- Pathology: Preparation of tissue samples taken by surgery and the detection of cancerous or non-cancerous specimens is done in this section.
- Microbiology: The study and analysis of bacteria and viruses in the body is done in this section. For this purpose, blood, urine and mucous membrane are used to diagnose the infection and to determine the appropriate antibiotic for the treatment.
- Sampling: sampling is done to get the sample from the patient according to the type of test.