Clinical Diagnostics

The process of identifying a disease, condition, or injury based on a patient's signs and symptoms and the patient's medical history and physical examination. Other tests such as blood tests, imaging tests, and biopsies may be done after a clinical diagnosis is made. We have a wide range of clinical diagnostic test and supplies that will make all examinations a breeze. We have a laboratory that practices these diagnostics safely. 


Coagulation prevents excessive bleeding if you cut yourself. But the blood that flows through your vessels shouldn't clot. When such clots form, they can travel through the bloodstream to the heart, lungs, or brain. This can lead to a heart attack, stroke or even death.

Coagulation tests measure the blood's ability to clot and how long it takes to clot.

Tests can help your doctor assess your risk of excessive bleeding or the development of blood clots (thrombosis) somewhere in your blood vessels.


Endocrinology is based on the measurement of hormones and metabolites for the detection, diagnosis and control of public health diseases. Advances in microfluidics, immunoassay technology, electronics and software are moving in vitro endocrine diagnostics from the laboratory to the point of care. Endocrine diagnostics at the point-of-care delivers results that are clinically equivalent to expensive laboratory instruments at a fraction of the cost and with significantly faster turnaround times. Similar to the transformation of mainframe computers into laptops, tablets and smartphones, clinical laboratories are evolving towards point-of-care technologies.


Hematology is the study of blood and blood diseases. Hematologists and hematopathologists are highly skilled healthcare providers who specialize in disorders of the blood and its components. These include cells from the blood and bone marrow.


Diagnostic Microbiology focuses on the laboratory analysis of clinical samples for suspected infectious disease. Diagnosis of staph infections can include clinical specimens isolated from humans, animals, or food products, as well as specimens collected from the environment.

Molecular Diagnostics

Molecular diagnosis, also known as molecular pathology, involves taking DNA or RNA, the unique genetic code found in our cells, and analyzing the sequences for warning signals that can identify the potential onset of a particular disease.


Serological tests are blood tests that look for antibodies in the blood. They can involve a range of laboratory techniques. Different types of serological tests are used to diagnose different diseases.

Serological tests have one thing in common. They all target proteins made by your immune system.

This vital body system helps you stay healthy by destroying foreign invaders that can make you ill. The test procedure is the same regardless of which technique the laboratory uses for serological testing.