A laboratory test is not a substitute for a medical examination, so in all cases only a doctor can give a proper diagnosis and treatment.
The use of modern laboratory diagnostics is essential for a rapid and accurate diagnosis. It is one of the most commonly used complementary diagnostic methods to diagnose diseases.
What is a laboratory test?
Laboratory tests play an essential role in the early detection of diseases. In addition to a nearly complete spectrum of clinical chemistry, hormone and tumour marker tests the laboratory performs a large number of world-class molecular biology determinations.
Our customers can choose from hundreds of different laboratory tests, covering almost all branches of laboratory diagnostics. The general laboratory is a comprehensive blood and urine test that can provide information about our organs.
There are also several requests for a complete blood test, which is a slightly different type of test. Interpreting laboratory tests involves comparing the patient's results with the reference range of the test.
Main categories of laboratory tests
- blood tests (blood count, blood biochemical parameters, ions, hormones, viral tests)
- urinalysis (physical examination, microscopic examination, bacteriological examination)
- faecal examination (parasitological examination, digestion, bacteriological examination)
- skin scraping (microscopic examination of parasites, bacteriological and fungal culture)
- examination of other body secretions (e.g. eyes, ears, nose, throat, wound, vagina, prostate)
We would like to inform you that you can make an appointment for a blood test on Fridays from 8:00 to 12:00. For all other laboratory tests, you can drop off your sample at our colleagues during our opening hours. Thank you for your understanding.