All laboratories of Medicabil Hospital are departments with modern equipment and affect the diagnostic process. Biochemistry, hematology, microbiology, pathology and electrophysiology laboratories contribute to the diagnosis of diseases with the test types performed. The tests carried out in our laboratory are concluded in the shortest possible time under the supervision of various international quality control centers in the devices that are renewed with the continuous monitoring of the world of science and technology.
Purpose of the clinical laboratory;
To reveal diseases or to detect susceptibility to diseases,
To help confirm or deny a diagnosis.
To predict the duration and development of some diseases,
To monitor the effectiveness of treatments.
Patient safety and expectations are taken into account at every step, from taking samples for testing to using the results for the benefit of the patient. Applications required by national and international service and management standards are fully implemented. All laboratory tests required for diagnosis, treatment and patient evaluation are carried out with modern devices, experienced technicians supported by continuous up-to-date training, a useful well-designed physical environment, and an efficient management team that takes care of quality.
Our service areas in our Clinical Laboratory are:
Biochemistry: Studies are performed on blood, urine and other body fluids.
Tests evaluating liver and kidney functions, blood fat and glucose measurements such as cholesterol, triglyceride, HDL, LDL, loading tests investigating latent sugar are just a few of the tests studied in this section.
Endocrinology: It is the department where hormones are studied. The tests that help to evaluate the vitamin levels and hormonal status of the body are some of the parameters studied in this section. First and second trimester screening tests in which some genetic diseases of the unborn baby are screened in pregnant women are studied in this section.
Coagulation: Many tests are done to evaluate blood coagulation. These tests are parameters that assist in the interpretation of bleeding and coagulation disorders.
Electrophoresis: Studies are conducted to determine the presence or type of certain enzymes and proteins in the blood and urine.
Hematology: Blood count, evaluation of red blood cells, white blood cells and all other cells can be given as examples of the tests studied.
Allergy: The most important problem of our age, there are many tests that help determine the presence of allergy and to which substances it develops.
Toxicology: Studies are conducted on various drug levels and the presence of some toxic substances.
Microbiology: We classify microorganisms as bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites. All these microorganisms appear as disease factors. In this unit, we conduct direct and indirect tests on infectious microorganisms. There are bacteriology, virology, mycology, parasitology and serology departments as sub-units in the microbiology laboratory.
Immunology: Tests used in the diagnosis of diseases that develop in the immune system are studied in the immunology laboratory.
Molecular Biology: Significant progress has been made in the laboratory diagnosis of infectious diseases in recent years. Methods have been developed in a new field against the agent itself used in diagnosis or indirectly against the agent-specific antigen and antibodies that develop in the body. More accurate and faster results are obtained by investigating the DNA and RNA of microorganisms. Microorganisms that cause disease can be easily identified with this technology, even if they are found in small amounts in the examination materials. This method is a valuable method in the detection of microorganisms that grow particularly difficult and cannot be grown in conventional media.