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Laboratory tests, available without referral and waiting


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Complete laboratory test (full blood panel, complete blood count) without referral at an affordable price!

Laboratory results based on a taken blood sample constitute an indispensable part of specialist medical examinations. In the case of certain diseases, the monitoring of the development of the disease with the help of laboratory tests is especially important for the specialist. Screening type laboratory tests play a crucial role in the prevention and early diagnosis of many diseases, since they often develop without the appearance of symptoms, so defects of organic origin can emerge and the patient can not recognize them.

At Panoráma Polyclinic, assistants with hospital experience practice drawing blood in peaceful environment, by prior booking an appointment. We can test more than 300 parameters and our laboratory partners send the results (in most cases on the same or the next day). The pace of preparing the results varies in accordance with the medical protocol of the ordered laboratory test! It is important to always collect information from our experts on the nature of tests to be performed because in many cases a fasting before the blood draw is required or special preparations are needed for the checking of certain laboratory parameters.


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Tests on blood samples – areas of the different laboratory test

  • Allergy tests – aim of testing a blood sample is to detect specific immunoglobulins circulating in blood, which make the identification of various allergens possible. With reference to allergy panel (set of selected allergy tests) we recommend that prior to the test you consult with your allergist, since test results may be affected by numerous considerations.
  • Autoimmune tests – the detection of the so-called antibodies, produced when immune response is mounted against self antigens, is most often an essential diagnostic technique for the immunologist and endocrinologist.
  • Biochemical tests – testing involves the detection of ions and other biochemicals in the blood which can supply important facts about the condition of the kidneys and other organs as well.
  • Genetic tests, blood type determination – genetic tests can detect hereditary diseases and abnormalities that can affect our health and the lack of their identification may even result in more serious problems.
  • Hematological and coalgulation tests – assessment of the hematogenic and coalgulation parameters is the task of internal medicine and hematology specialists. By means of the tests, among others, the detection of blood clots and hematogenic tumors will be possible.
  • Hormone tests – endocrinologists deal with the hormonal imbalances. This is a diversified area that implies a lot of issues, ranging from thyroid disorders and reproductive organ abnormalities to blood glucose regulation problems. For preparing the test scheme and evaluating the hormone test results, an endocrinological consultation is expressly recommended.
  • Immunological tests – for the completion of these tests the involvement of an immunologist is recommended. By means of this tests, we can get a picture of our immune system’s functioning or possibly of the antibodies that attack our own body.
  • Microbiological tests – role of this group of tests is to help the diagnosis of infections (fungi, bacteria, viruses, etc.) and to identify the microbiological agents that cause the infection. It is often worthwhile to complete this set of tests before starting a targeted antibiotic treatment.
  • Exercise stress laboratory tests – a group of tests where we examine the body’s reaction to input substances (external agents). An example of this type of check-up is the often accomplished exercise blood glucose test, in which after consuming a fixed amount of glucose, the patients’ blood glucose and insulin levels are measured at several times (0, 60, 120 minutes) in order to reveal if there is a risk of developing diabetes (does our patient have an incipient diabetes?).
  • Tumor markers – we recommend these tests primarily for monitoring certain tumor diseases, but they can often play a part in making a diagnosis too. For screening, these tests are recommended in a limited extent only, possibly complemented by imaging examinations. Tumor markers cannot be evaluated independently from other factors, the interpretation of the results is certainly the duty of a specialist.
  • Vitamin and trace elements tests – vitamins and trace elements are vital for the balanced functioning of the body. Many diseases or malnutrition can cause a trace element deficiency and this can lead to other diseases and deficiencies. Before complementing the missing vitamins or trace elements, we definitely recommend an internal medicine consultation.


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