Clinical Laboratory

General, specialized and high specialty clinical laboratory

At My Medical Clinic the clinical laboratory is the place where a multidisciplinary team formed by professionals of Bacteriology and diagnostic technicians, study various biological samples such as blood, urine, feces, synovial fluid from joints, cerebrospinal fluid, pharyngeal and vaginal exudates, among other types of samples, in order to provide relevant medical information to assist in the diagnosis, treatment and recovery of our users.

Clinical laboratory tests are a routine procedure in medical practice and are a fundamental aid in the health care process.

Areas and tests of
Clinical Laboratory

Hematology:

Hematology:

The scientific study of the blood and hematopoietic tissues (lymph nodes, spleen, bone marrow) and the diseases that may affect them.

Coagulation:

Coagulation:

Routine tests such as prothrombin time, partial thromboplastin time, fibrinogen are processed in this area. Also specialized tests such as coagulation factors, confirmatory lupus anticoagulant, coagulation Protein S and C, among others.

Immunology:

Immunology:

It is a branch of biology and biomedical sciences that deals with the study of the immune system. Among the most common tests: toxoplasmas, rubella, HIV, cytomegaluvirus, varicella, quantification of hepatitis (A, B, C), among others.

Blood Chemistry:

Blood Chemistry:

Uses processes for measuring chemical components in blood and urine. In addition, there are tests to analyze all the chemical components found in these fluids. For example: cholesterols, glucose, acid and alkaline phosphatases, triglycerides, bilirubin tests, among others.

Coprology:

Coprology:

Set of complementary techniques that allow demonstrating the presence of the different evolutionary forms of parasites. It is performed by means of direct observation, macroscopic, microscopic and chemical, parasitological and bacteriological analysis of fecal matter.

Urine:

Urine:

Urine has been described as a liquid biopsy, obtained painlessly. For many, it is the best noninvasive diagnostic tool available to the physician.

Microbiology:

Microbiology:

Science that studies prokaryotic organisms such as bacteria and eukaryotic organisms such as fungi and parasites. Also, its implication in human health, being very useful in the diagnosis of infectious diseases.

Endocrinology:

Endocrinology:

Studies the normal function, anatomy and disorders produced by alterations of the endocrine glands. Therefore, in this area tests such as: Cortisol, Testosterone, TSH, HCG, FSH, LH, Estradiol, Prolactin, Progesterone are performed.
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