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Tests are divided it to 4 major groups: General Tests, Genetic Tests, Cardiac Tests and Specialised Tests. Once you have selected a test you will be taken to another page to find the closest location that offers the test.

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General Tests

Genetic Tests

Cardiac Tests

Specialised Tests

General Tests

Catecholamines

Catecholamine testing measures the amounts of these hormones in the urine and/or blood.

Cold Agglutinins

The Cold Agglutinin test helps to detect presence of auto antibodies against I/H Antigens on red cells (adult or cord cells), estimate range of reactivity at different temperature and titre of antibodies.

Abbreviation: Cold Aggluts

Cryoglobulins

This is a test for the presence of cryoglobulins, which are abnormal antibody proteins.

Abbreviation: Cryoglobs

Dexamethasone suppression

The dexamethasone suppression test (DST) is used to assess adrenal gland function by measuring how cortisol levels change in response to an injection of dexamethasone.

Abbreviation: DST

Helicobacter/Urea Breath Test

This test is used for detecting the presence of bacteria called Helicobacter.

Abbreviation: HBT

Lactose Tolerance Test

The LTT tests is to detect an intolerance to lactose (Milk) products.

Abbreviation: LTT

Oral Glucose Tolerance

A two-hour, 75-gram oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) is used to test for diabetes.

Abbreviation: OCT

Oral Glucose Tolerance (Pregnant)

A two hour, 75g oral glucose tolerance test for pregnant women

Fertility

This blood test is used to evaluate fertility and ovulation in females.

Helicobacter/Urea Breath Test

This test is used for detecting the presence of bacteria called Helicobacter.

Abbreviation: HBT

Paediatric Bleeds

This test is for children older than 3 months and under 8 years of age.

Vitamin C Levels

This blood test is used to evaluate Vitamin C levels and can determine if there is a vitamin C deficiency.

Abbreviation: Vit C

Quantiferon Gold

Quantiferon Gold Test (QFT) is a simple blood test that aids in the detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacteria which causes tuberculosis.

Abbreviation: Quant Gold

Scabies

A test for the presence of scabies.

Renin Aldosterone

An aldosterone/renin ratio (ARR) is a screening test to detect primary aldosteronism in high-risk, hypertensive individuals.

Abbreviation: Renin & Aldo

Nasopharengeal Aspirate

A Nasopharengeal Aspirate test is used to obtain nasal secretions by aspiration from the naso-pharynx, for culture of respiratory viruses

Abbreviation: NPA

Genetic Tests

BRCA

Test for mutation in either of the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes.

Abbreviation: BRCA

DNA Paternity

Paternity testing.

Harmony Non-Invasive Prenatal

Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) can detect genetic material (DNA) from the placenta in a blood test.

Abbreviation: Harmony NIPT

Cardiac Tests

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor Fitting

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor Fitting

Abbreviation: ABPM

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor Removal

Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor Removal

Abbreviation: ABPM

Holter Monitor Fitting

A Holter monitor is a small, wearable device that records your heart rhythm. A fitting is required for this test.

Abbreviation: Holter monitor

Holter Monitor Removal

A Holter monitor is a small, wearable device that records your heart rhythm. The monitor will be removed 24 hours after a fitting.

Abbreviation: Holter monitor

Electrocardiogram

An ECG (which stands for electrocardiogram) is a test that measures the electrical pulses that trigger your heartbeat.

Abbreviation: ECG

Specialised Tests

Ammonia

A test to detect the presence of an elevated level of ammonia in the blood.

Arterial blood gas

Arterial blood gas analysis is used to measure the pH and the partial pressures of oxygen and carbon dioxide in blood.

Abbreviation: ABG

Autologous Blood

Patients scheduled for non-emergency surgery may be eligible to donate blood for themselves that will be stored until the surgical procedure.

Bone Marrow

A bone marrow biopsy is a procedure frequently performed to aid in the diagnosis and staging of many blood conditions

Chain of Custody Urine Drug Screen

The chain of custody urine drug screen, is the chronological documentation or paper trail, showing the collection, transfer, receipt, analysis, storage, and disposal of the urine sample.

Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology

FNAC (fine needle aspiration cytology) is a diagnostic procedure in which a needle is inserted into lumps on your body to take out a small tissue for examination.

Abbreviation:  FNA

Growth Hormone Stimulating Test

The growth hormone (GH) stimulation test measures the ability of the body to produce this hormone.

OGTT + Growth Hormone Stimulating Test

FNAC (fine needle aspiration cytology) is a diagnostic procedure in which a needle is inserted into lumps on your body to take out a small tissue for examination.

Nutripath

Nutripath tests focus on gastrointestinal, endocrine, immunological, metabolic and nutritional balance.

Oncology

Oncology tests focus on diagnosis and assessment of tumor biomarkers.

Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide

A Vasoactive Intestinal Peptide is a test which measures the amount of VIP in the blood.

Salivary Cortisol

Salivia contains coritsol, derived from blood. This test measures the cortisol in your salivia to provide an estimate of the form that is most active in the body.

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