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Laboratory Department

The Laboratory Department aids in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease by performing different laboratory investigation using biological specimens like whole blood, serum, plasma, urine, stool, etc.. Wherein it is equipped with various medical instruments, materials, equipment and reagents.

Clinical Pathology includes the following areas:

CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY includes culturing of clinical specimens like feces, urine, blood, sputum, cerebrospinal fluid, and synovial fluid, as well as possible infected tissue. Culture for the said samples are being done for suspected pathogens and are further identified based on biochemical tests. Sensitivity testing is carried out to determine whether the pathogen is sensitive or resistant to a suggested medicine. Results are reported with the identified organisms and the type and amount of drugs that should be prescribed for the patient.

CLINICAL CHEMISTRY also known as chemical pathology, clinical biochemistry or medical biochemistry is the area of chemistry that is generally concerned with analysis of bodily fluids for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. Several chemical test are used to detect and quantify different compounds in blood.

HEMATOLOGY this area includes automated and manual analysis of blood cells to aid in the cause, prognosis and treatment of diseases related to blood. This also often includes coagulation.

SEROLOGY and IMMUNOLOGY laboratory procedure carried out on blood serum to detect serum antibodies or antibody-like substances that appear specifically in association with certain diseases.

CLINICAL MICROSCOPY a micro and macroscopic analysis of non-blood body fluids such as urine, stool and semen to provide initial valuable diagnostic information concerning metabolic dysfunctions of both renal and non-renal origin.

BLOOD STATION the section of laboratory where storage of blood products occurs and proper testing is performed for blood transfusion to recipients.


Anatomic Pathology
Clinical Pathology
Molecular Pathology