DEPARTMENT OF LABORATORY MEDICINE
A medical laboratory or clinical laboratory is a laboratory where clinical tests are carried out on clinical specimens to obtain information about the health of a patient to aid in diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease. Laboratory Medicine Department is the backbone of our hospital. We are proud to say that we ensure quality and all the equipment’s are quality checked on daily basis. All samples are bar coded and the reports are electronically verified.
Various types of arthritis may affect The Department has sub departments as mentioned.
CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT
Department of clinical biochemistry provides quantitative and qualitative analysis of body fluids – blood, plasma, serum, urine, biopsy specimen for chemical constituents enabling our doctors to diagnose and treat those diseases affecting the patients.
Engagement of staff not only in routine evaluation process but also in applied research and invention of new laboratory tests makes us stand apart from the rest.
This department deals with the diagnosis and management of various blood disorders. Specialists working here are internationally recognized in the field of blood disorders.
Along with this, a major role played by the department is in the procurement, management and dispense of blood products – Whole blood, Plasma, and platelets to all the patients in need for various indications throughout the hospital and community.
CLINICAL PATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT
This unique branch is a bridge between preclinical and clinical departments which supports the diagnosis of diseases using laboratory testing of collected body specimens such as blood, urine, stool, tissues, and identification of specific cells.
Our board-certified pathologists provide results in efficient thoughtful manner to aid in the treatment of our patients.
Department of microbiology has an expertise in all areas of conventional and molecular microbiology.
The cutting-edge diagnostic tests and laboratory equipment enable our doctors to diagnose various infectious aetiologies affecting our patients and initiate treatment within the crucial time frame
Serology lab analyses specimens collected from the patient for diseases of public health significance.
A serology blood test is performed to detect and measure the levels of antibodies because of exposure to any bacteria or virus. Titre levels of such evaluated specimens help our physicians determine whether the infection is an acute or a chronic one