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Coagulation Profile

  • Prothrombin time (PT).

  • Thromboplastin time (PTT).

  • Clotting time

  • Bleeding time

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(HEMATOLOGY)

  • Complete blood count (CBC).

  • Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)

  • RH and blood group (BL.GROUP, RH)

  • Iron (S.IRON)

  • S.FERRITIN.

Chemistry profile

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Kidney tests

  • Paulina (Urea)

  • Creatinine

  • Uric Acid

  • Calcium (Total)

  • Calcium Ionized

  • Sodium (Na)

  • Potassium (K)

  • Phosphorus.

  • Magnesium.

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Liver tests

  • Liver enzymes [SGOT (AST), SGPT (ALT)].

  • BIL (TOTAL - DIRECT).

  • ALBUMIN

  • Alkaline phosphate (ALK.PHOS).

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(Cardiac Enzymes)

  • Cardiac enzymes (CK, CK MB, Troponin, LDH)

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(Diabetes)

  • Fasting (Bl. Glucose (fasting)

  • Bl. Glucose (2hrs)

  • Glyco

  • Random Glucose (Bl. Glucose (Random)

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 (Hepatitis Markers)

  • Virus B (HCV Ab)

  • Virus B (HBs Ag)

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(Autoimmune Diseases) 

Immunodeficiency (ANA)

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(Tumor Marker)

  • General Tumor Markers (CEA)

  • Indications of Prostate Tumors (PSA)

  • Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP)

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(Lipids profile)

  • Cholesterol

  • Triglycerides.

  • HDL - LDL.

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Molecular Biology

  • HCV - RNA by PCR TMA (Quantitative).

  • (HCV - RNA by PCR (Qualitative)

  • (HBV - RNA by PCR TMA (Quantitative)

  • (HBV - RNA by PCR (Qualitative)

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Hormones

  • Thyroid gland (T3, T4, FT3, FT4, TSH).

  • CORTISOL

  • Pregnancy (BHCG).

  • Prolactin (PRL).

  • Testosterone (TEST(TOTAL,FREE))

  • Microbiology and Serology.

  • Urine, Urine c/s

  • Stool, stl c/s

  • Semen, Semen c/s

Drugs

  • Cannabis (THC(Cannabinoids)

  • Tramadol.

  • Trace Elements/Metabolic and Vitamins

  • Vitamin D (Vitamin D3).

  • Vitamin B12.

  • Zinc.

The Food Intolerance Test (Food Print)
Food Print 220+ | Food Print 60

Food Print 220+ | Food Print 60

Do you suffer from digestive disorders or struggle with skin conditions, do you have symptoms related to the nervous system such as headache, dizziness, orthopedic or respiratory symptoms, or even weight gain or loss. Food intolerances are associated with a wide range of worrisome symptoms and many chronic diseases, and these symptoms appear after some time after eating food, making it difficult to identify the cause of the symptom. A diet devoid of worrisome foods is often enough to prevent symptoms, which are why a food print tests is important.

• After doing the Food Print test, you will receive all test results along with a guide that shows you what changes you should make in your diet and how to do it.

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(Genatics Tests)

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