Diagnostics

1. Pathology
A - Profiles
Diagnostics,A - Profiles Diagnostics,A - Profiles
  1. 1 Body Profile (A Group)
  2. 2 Body Profile (B Group)
  3. 3 Renal Profile
  4. 4 A.N.C. Profile
  5. 5 Lipid Profile
  6. 6 Pre-Operative Profile
  7. 7 Diabetic Profile
  8. 8 Liver Function Test (L.F.T.)
B - Clinical Pathology Investigations
B - Clinical Pathology Investigations B - Clinical Pathology Investigations
  1. Urine Routine
  2. Urine Electrolytes
  3. Urine Pregnancy Test (Latex)
  4. Urine Pregnancy Test (Strip)
  5. 24 Hour Urine Albumin
  6. Urea Clearance
  7. Urine for Sugar & Ketone Bodies
  8. Creatinine Clearance
  9. 24 hour Urinary Uric Acid
  10. Stool Routine
  11. Sputum for AFB
  12. C.S.F. Routine + Cytology
  13. Pleaural Fluid
  14. Ascitic Fluid
  15. Fluid Cytology
  16. Fluid for malignancy
  17. Throat Swab
  18. Urethral Smear
  19. Prostratic Massage Fluid
  20. Gm Stain / Zn Stain
  21. Fungal Scrapping
  22. Skin Clipping
  23. PAP Smear
  24. Buccal Analysis (Barrbody)
  25. Semen Analysis H.S.A.
  26. Stool for Hanging Drop
  27. Stool Routine + Ph + Reducing substances
  28. Sputum Routine

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D - Histopathology Investigations
D - Histopathology Investigations
  1. F.N.A.C.
  2. Biopsy
  3. Small specimen (for 2 blocks)
  4. Big specimen (for 5 blocks)
  5. Additional every block
  6. Special stain
  7. Review slide
E - Biochemistry Investigations
  1. B.S.L. F./PP/R
  2. B.S.L. F./PP/R
  3. Serum proteins & albumin
  4. B.S.L. PG
  5. Blood, Urea, Nitrogen (BUN)
  6. Serum Creatinine
  7. S.G.O.T.
  8. S.G.P.T.
  9. Serum Amylase
  10. a Amylase
  11. Alkaline Phosphates
  12. Serum Calcium
  13. Serum Phosphorus
  14. Serum Cholesterol
  15. Serum Triglycerides
  16. H.D.L.
  17. C.P.K.
  18. C.P.K. - MB
  19. LDH
  20. Serum Electrolytes
  21. Glucose Tolerence Test (G.T.T.)
  22. G.G.T.P.
  23. Serum iron & TIBC
  24. Serum Uric Acid
  25. Serum Sodium (Na+)
  26. Serum Potassium (K+)
  27. Serum Chloride (Cl -)
  28. Acid Phospalase
  29. Serum Bilirubin

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F - Haematological Investigations
  1. Hemogram (Hb, TC, Dc, Blood Indices, ESR)
  2. CBC (Hb, PCV, ESR, Smear study)
  3. Haemoglobine / ESR
  4. Blood Indices
  5. Peripheral smear for MP
  6. Platelet Count
  7. Retic Count
  8. Absolute Eosinophilic Count
  9. Blood Grouping & Rh Typing
  10. Rh antobody titre
  11. Bleeding time / Clotting time (BT, CT)
  12. Osmotic Fragality Test (OFT)
  13. Sickling Test
  14. L.E. Cells
  15. G6PD
  16. Prothrombine Time (P.T.)
  17. PTT K
  18. Foetal Haemoglobine
  19. FDP (Qualitative)
  20. Bone Marrow Examination
  21. Glycosylated Hb
  22. Blood Grouping & Cross Matching
  23. Trop-T

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G - Serological Investigations
  1. V.D.R.L
  2. Widal with Titre
  3. Mantaux Test (T.T.)
  4. R.A. Factor
  5. R.A. Titre
  6. A.S.O.
  7. A.S.O. Titre
  8. C.R.P
  9. Direct Coomb's Test
  10. Indirect Coomb's Test
  11. Australia Antigen (Latex) HbsAJ
  12. Australia Antigen (RPHA)
  13. Australia Antigen (Elisa)
  14. H.I.V. (Comb Aids)
  15. H.I.V. (Spot Test)
  16. H.I.V. (Elisa)
  17. V.D.R.L (T.P.H.A.)
  18. Australia Antigen (Strip)
  19. Mycodot Test
  20. I.C.T.
  21. Immunoassay for P. Falciparum

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2. Radiology
Radiological Investigations
  1. Plain X-Ray
  2. U.S.G. With film
  3. Procedures
    a. IVU (5 films)
    b. Ba Meal (5 films)
    c. Ba FT (5 films)
    d. Ba Swallow (3 films)
    e. H.S.G. (3 films)
    f. M.C.U. + R.G.U. (5 films)
    g. M.C.U./R.G.U./Fistulogram Films (2)/(2)/(3)
    h. Ba Enema
  4. C.T.Scan
    a. Brain Plain/Orbits Plain/HRCT Temporal
    b. PNS
    c. Abdomen & Pelvis
    d. Chest/Neck/Upper Abdomen/Spine/Pelvis/Musculoskeletal
  5. Dental
  6. Additional Charges
    a. C.T. Film (Additional)
    b. Two views in X-Ray
    c. Emergency Charges - USG
    d. X-Ray
    e. C.T.
    f. Portable X-Ray (Per X-Ray)

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3. Blood Bank Investigations
  1. Blood Group
  2. Cross Matching
  3. HIV Elisa
  4. HBsAg Elisa
  5. HCV Elisa
  6. VDRL
  7. DCT
  8. ICT
  9. Donor's Profile
  10. ANC Profile
  11. Blood Unit with replacement (IPD)
  12. Blood Unit with replacement (OPD)
  13. Blood Unit without replacement (IPD)
  14. Blood Unit without replacement (OPD)
4. Cardiology

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5. Neurology

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