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Clinical Analysis

It consists of taking biological samples from a patient and examining them in the laboratory to confirm or rule out a diagnosis, detect anomalies, etc.

Hematology: Study of blood and its components. Blood is a tissue made up of cells called red blood cells, leukocytes and platelets. Hematology tests analyze the quantity and quality of these cells in a blood sample. One of the most common tests is the complete blood count, which analyzes red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, etc.


Biochemistry: study in which the levels of different substances found in a blood sample are measured. These will indicate the patient’s state of health, as well as whether or not he/she could suffer from any pathology.

  • Sugar
  • Cholesterol
  • Kidney
  • LiverIron
  • Uric Acid
  • Bilirubin
  • Amylase


Coagulation: study that analyzes the correct functioning of the coagulation factors. These studies are performed to analyze the capacity of the blood to coagulate; analyzing that it does not suffer excess or defect of coagulation; thus discarding or confirming different blood diseases such as hemophilia.

  • Prothrombin time
  • Thromboplastin time
  • Fibrinogen


Urine: studies the substances it contains. It is usually used to detect urinary tract infections or to detect possible renal pathologies. It is also useful for the detection of diabetes.

  • Basic
  • Culture
  • Pregnancy test
  • Drug
  • Spermiogram


Cultivation: this is a method of detecting microorganisms from a biological sample. In addition to detection, this analysis can be used to determine the microorganism in order to make a more precise diagnosis and establish a specific treatment.

  • Semen
  • Sputum


DNA: analysis of a patient’s genetic material. This can be used for comparative study with other samples or for the detection of anomalies that could lead to a pathology.

  • Paternity testing


Prenatal Screening: from a sample of the pregnant woman, such as blood, amniotic fluid, chorion or umbilical cord, it is analyzed if the embryo is a carrier of a series of diseases established as common in the region where the pregnant woman lives.


Food Test: analysis of the ability of the patient’s body to digest different foods and their components correctly and without discomfort.


  • Allergies
  • Intolerances




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