The first and the most important step in laboratory diagnostics is contact with the patient when taking blood or some other kind of sample. Preparing the patient before sampling in some cases may be of great importance in terms of precision and reliability of the laboratory results. It is only after this that the real analysis of the patient begins. The samples will undergo analysis, with precision, reliability, and in a prompt manner, and then the results are entered into the laboratory report. Each analysis can lead to different results. Sometimes the reports will be reassuring, and sometimes they will not. Nevertheless, the moment you put your trust in the hands of our specialist team and our laboratory is a moment of utmost importance. That is the reason we treat your samples and results with full respect, and protect your rights and the privacy of your medical data.
Laboratory Diagnostics is an analytic branch of medicine that allows us to discover valuable information regarding the condition of organs, such as the heart, kidneys and liver, or the organism as a whole, and is achieved by means of analysis of easily accessible samples. Laboratory Diagnostics also provides prognosis and guidelines for further procedures and prognoses on the course of a disease as well as monitoring the effects of treatment. Most of the decisions made in medicine and health protection are based on laboratory reports. Analyses of bodily fluids and samples often allows us “to see” things invisible to the eye, or any other diagnostic technique. As in many other fields of medicine, Laboratory Diagnostics sometimes provides straightforward answers to questions regarding health and illness, however, in most cases it involves sophisticated analyses of laboratory reports that require a doctor’s opinion and counselling. That is the reason why Laboratory Diagnostics is closely associated with other branches of medicine such as internal medicine, endocrinology, gynaecology etc.