We aspire to reach answers to their pathologies
- Hemograms with 5 leukocyte subpopulation counts
- Reticulocyte counts
- Cell studies by microscopy
- Blood groups
- Blood clotting tests
- Blood clotting tests
- Glycosylated hemoglobin
The area of hematology encompasses a wide range of techniques with different applications in the field of medicine, from basic cell count analyses, blood clotting tests, etc, to more complex analyses performed by microscopy and flow cytometry.
- General biochemical tests
- Basal and dynamic hormonal tests
- Tumor markers
- Anemia markers
- Emerging cardiovascular markers
- Cardiac markers
- Biomedical screening of CSF and other biological fluids
- Urine tests (systematic and 24-hour tests)
- Immunity/Autoimmunity screening
Lipid metabolism, hepatic function, renal function, hydroelectric balance, glucose screening, protein screening, nutritional assessment in patients at risk,…
Suprarenal, Thyroid, Sexual / Fertility, Hypophysiary…
Colorectal and other digestive neoplasia, Breast, Lung Differentiation, Prostate, Liver, Pancreas…
Folate, Iron-ferritin, Vitamin B12…
Classical biomarkers: Triglycerides, HDL-, LDL- and Total Cholesterol by direct measurement.
Lipid parameters: Lipoprotein (a), Apolipoprotein A-1, Apolipoprotein B, Atherogenic indices
Inflammatory biomarkers: Ultrasensitive C-reactive protein and Fibrinogen
Premature atherothrombosis-related nutritional markers: Homocysteine in plasma
Independent risk marker: Microalbuminuria
Biomarkers for the diagnosis and follow-up of myocardial infarction
Anti-native DNA antibodies
Autoimmune and immune system-compromising disorders
- Drugs of abuse
- Antiepileptic drugs
Determination of levels of drugs with a narrow therapeutic interval or high toxicity.
- Hepatitis Markers
- Bacterial and parasite serology
Determination of antigenes/antibodies by immunochemiluminescence techniques.
- Bacterial cultures and identification
- Fungal infection tests
Microbiological cultures and antimicrobial sensitivity tests in different biological samples.
- Other organic fluids
Cell morphology and quantification screening by staining and microscopy techniques.
- Intestinal dysbiosis screening:
- Gluten/casein peptides
- Metals in hair
– Organic acid panel (urine)
– Yeast culture and sensitivity (stool)