For everyone who is on treatment for high cholesterol or has other risk factors for heart disease.
To determine if your blood glucose level is in a healthy range. to research, diagnose and monitor hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia, diabetes and pre-diabetes.
For screening and monitoring of many disorders, for example, anemia. When to do it? As part of a routine clinical evaluation or when requested by the doctor.
There are different types of HIV tests, and it is possible to detect antibodies, antigens or RNA in serum, plasma, oral fluid, dried blood stain or urine. The tests range from detecting antibodies in saliva like the RNA of the virus in the blood, varying the cost and accuracy of the result.
Hepatitis refers to any degeneration of the liver due to different causes, the most frequent being infections by type A, B and C viruses and abuse of alcohol or other toxic substances (such as some medicines).
The most suitable tests to assess prostate health are digital rectal examination and blood test for PSA, which must be performed every year by all men over 50 years of age. When changes are found in these 2 exams, the doctor may request others such as urine jet measurement, transrectal ultrasound, PCA3 urine test, and biopsy, which are requested according to the needs of each person.
Clinical Laboratories offer complete blood, stool and urine tests. Specific and detailed tests for cholesterol, blood pressure, thyroid, venereal diseases, diabetes, anemia, arthritis, nutritional, ovarian, hormonal, H Pylori, hepatitis, HIV, testosterone and prostate among many others.