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We Solve The Challenges in Diagnostics Services For You.

Top Challenges 

  1. Limited access to diagnostic tools.

  2. Diagnostic errors.

  3. Increasing workload and time constraints.

  4. Cost constraints and financial considerations.

  5. Information overload and evolving medical knowledge.

  6. Communication and coordination challenges.

  7. Ethical considerations.

  8. Variability in diagnostic criteria.

  9. Rare and complex diseases.

  10. Patient-related factors.

Our Solutions
Our Pathology Network offers high-quality diagnostics services for doctors, providing accurate and reliable results in a timely manner. Our team of experienced medical professionals use the latest technologies to identify and diagnose a variety of conditions, so you can be sure you’re getting the best care for your patients. We strive to provide you with the best service possible so you can focus on treating your patients.

Disease & Test Details

Allergy Testing

Allergy Testing

A type of medical test that identifies specific allergens that trigger an individual's allergic reactions. This may involve skin prick tests, blood tests, or elimination diets.

Cancer Testing

This type of testing is used to detect cancer or pre-cancerous cells in the body. It can involve various methods such as, blood tests, or biopsy.

Cardiac and Cholesterol Testing

These types of tests are used to evaluate the health of the heart and cardiovascular system. They can include blood tests to measure cholesterol and other lipid levels, and other imaging tests to assess heart function.

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Disease Detection and Monitoring

This category includes various tests used to diagnose and monitor a wide range of diseases such as diabetes, autoimmune disorders, and infectious diseases.

Drug Testing

This type of testing is used to detect the presence of drugs or their metabolites in a person's body. It can be done for various reasons, such as pre-employment screening, monitoring of substance abuse treatment, or investigation of drug-related crimes.

Genetic Testing

This type of testing is used to detect changes or variations in a person's DNA that may be associated with certain genetic disorders or disease risks.

Health and Wellness Testing

These types of tests are used to assess general health and wellness markers such as blood pressure, blood glucose, and body composition.

Heavy Metals and Toxins Testing

This type of testing is used to detect the presence of heavy metals and other toxic substances in the body. It can be useful for identifying sources of environmental exposure and for monitoring the effects of toxic exposures.

Hormone Testing

This type of testing is used to evaluate hormone levels in the body, which can be useful for diagnosing and monitoring conditions such as hypothyroidism, menopause, and fertility issues.

Immunity Testing

This type of testing is used to assess a person's immune system function and can be useful for diagnosing and monitoring autoimmune disorders or assessing vaccine efficacy.

Infectious Disease Testing

This category includes various tests used to diagnose and monitor infectious diseases such as HIV, hepatitis, and COVID-19.

Inflammation and Autoimmune Testing

This type of testing is used to evaluate markers of inflammation and autoimmune activity in the body, which can be useful for diagnosing and monitoring conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus.

Pregnancy and Fertility Testing

These types of tests are used to confirm pregnancy, monitor fetal development, and assess fertility issues.

STD Testing

This type of testing is used to detect sexually transmitted infections such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis.

Vitamins and Nutritional Testing

These types of tests are used to assess levels of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients in the body, which can be useful for diagnosing and monitoring deficiencies or assessing dietary adequacy.

At-Home Testing

This category includes various types of tests that can be performed at home, such as pregnancy tests, HIV self-tests, and home cholesterol tests.

Blood Testing

These Tests can provide information about a person's overall health, such as blood sugar levels, cholesterol levels, liver and kidney function, and presence of certain diseases or infections. Blood tests can also be used to monitor the effectiveness of treatments or medications.

Urine Testing

These Tests can provide information about a person's kidney function, hydration status, and presence of certain diseases or infections. Urine tests can also be used to monitor drug use or abuse, as well as pregnancy status.

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