The Buda Health Center is one of the leading private institutions of Budapest offering its patients personalized comprehensive health care.

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Laboratory tests

Examination

The laboratory tests examine the components of body fluids to establish the presence and amount of various biochemical substances.

A blood sample is sent to a specialized laboratory where, with the help of various techniques and instruments, the technician examines, measures and determines its components. In addition to a blood sample, often a urine sample is also necessary since not all that needs to be known regarding a disease can always be obtained from a blood sample. The results are forwarded either to the patient or to the requesting physician.

The following laboratory tests are available at the Buda Health Center:

  • Clinical chemistry: blood sugar screening • Tumor marker: PSA tumor marker (prostate cancer screening)
  • Allergy tests
  • Hormones: Quick Pregnancy Test
  • Serological-microbiological tests:
  • Quick influenza test
  • HIV test
  • Malaria blood test
  • anti HbS (Hepatitis) test
  • Bacteria culture
  • Immunology test
  • Hematological-hemostasiological-transfusiological tests:
  • CBC
  • Blood type determination (ABO and RhD) + antibody screening
  • Urinalysis: complete urinalysis
  • Stool sample test: Stool blood test
  • Other tests:
  • Wheat allergy screening
  • PAP test
Suspension of outpatient and inpatient care in non-acute cases

Dear Visitor,


Amidst the current epidemiological situation and in line with the orders of the competent government bodies, the Buda Health Center (BEK Kft.) is suspending its outpatient and inpatient care in non-acute cases with immediate effect.      

We will continuously keep our contractual partners posted about how the logistics of the services evolve through the competent experts and those responsible for organising our healthcare provision.      

As far as ongoing treatments are concerned, our dispatchers will continuously keep patients posted following the guidance of their respective doctors. Should you have any questions, we recommend contacting your doctor via email through the institute’s email address.      

This measure will change based on central orders upon the alleviation of the epidemic.      


Sincerely,


Péter Pál Varga, M.D.
General Director