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:
- Blood type determination (ABO and RhD) + antibody screening
- Urinalysis: complete urinalysis
- Stool sample test: Stool blood test
- Other tests:
- Wheat allergy screening
- PAP test
SARS-CoV-2 PCR test
The PCR test detects the presence of the virus’s RNA in a sample taken from the pharynx even before the onset of symptoms.
SARS-CoV-2 PCR and IgG combined test
A combination of PCR and IgG in vitro tests performed at the same time, which are evaluated together. Based on this, a decision can be made as to whether any COVID-19 infection is currently occurring, has occurred earlier, or in all likelihood has not yet occurred.