We work with standardized processes and equipment with advanced technology and software that is globally recognized.
Our clients have the opportunity to get laboratory results in a timely manner with accuracy and precision that are required for an early diagnosis and follow up.
Our main laboratory is divided into six production sections: Hematology, Chemistry, Urianalysis, Stool Analysis, Immunology and Microbiology, which have the backing of a Bacteriologist, Clinical Laboratory Auxiliary Technician, and fortified with automated and semi automated laboratory equipment.
The values obtained through the automated Complete CBC include up to 21 parameters for each patient with the ability to report histograms of different populations, with the help of laser technology, allowing a better visualization of blood disorders.
The accessibility of advanced technology equipment operated by highly qualified and trained professionals, keeps us as an ongoing innovator in the medical sector.
The reliability, accuracy and reproducibility of results through years of work and constant efforts to stay ahead in technology and training of all our staff, confirm this.
This section of the laboratory addresses a countless amount of molecules present in the serum, as indicators of changes in organic physiology.
Among these the most common are blood glucose, lipid profile, uric acid, liver and renal function tests.
This section of the laboratory features all hormonal assays, tumor markers, performing allergy testing on individual allergens, such as IgE and IgG, and thyroid tests, etc.
You can also mention latex tests with medium complexity such as ASOT, RA Test (Rheumatoid Arthritis) and PCR (Protein C Reactive).
With help of rapid and sensitive instruments, and professionals with great expertise in the area, the urine sample is recognized in accordance with their physical, biochemical and microscopic characteristics.
This test is still one of the most informative and accurate for detecting issues with renal and general organs in general.
The identification of microbial pathogens, as well as other gastrointestinal anomalies is carried out in the stool and is an important provision for the specific treatment of parasitic, fungal and bacterial infections.
Coproscopy (Stool) analysis or Occult Blood changes and other non-microbial factors complement the effectiveness of our analysis, according to needs and discretion of the treating physician.