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Pathology

Blood Collection

  • Collection done by experienced Phlebotomists
  • Barcodes are used for sample labeling and processing

Biochemistry

  • Fully Automated Analyzer
  • 800 tests per hour
  • All Biochemical tests
    • Liver test (SGOT, SGPT), etc
    • Kidney test (Creatinine, Electrolytes)
    • Sugar (Fasting, PP, HbA1C)
    • Cardiac tests (CPK, CK-MB), etc

Hematology

  • 80 tests per hour
  • Fully Automated 5 part differential -- Complete Blood Count
    • ESR
    • Blood Group
    • G6PD
    • Prothrombin Time INR
    • PTT done on coagulator

Immunology

  • Hitachi – Roche
  • Fully Automated Analyzer
    • T3 T4 TSH
    • Female Hormone Profile (FSH, LH), etc
    • Male Hormone Profile (Testosterone), etc
    • Tumor Marker (CA 125), etc
    • Vitamin D3, Serum B12, etc

Serology

  • Agglutination test -- ASO, CRP, RA, VDRL
  • Elisa -- HIV, HbsAg, HCV, Dengue IgG + IgM done on
  • Stat Fax ELISA Reader

Clinical Pathology

  • All Body Fluids Analysis
  • Microscopic examination of all fluids
    • Urine
    • Stool
    • Sputum
    • Pleural fluids

Preparation Before Collection

  • 10 – 12 hrs fasting
  • Only water can be taken

How samples are taken care of

  • All tests are carried out after running quality controls in each machine
  • Quality controls are checked by senior staff
  • Tests are carried out only after the controls are proper
  • Samples are bar coded
  • Values are directly interfaced from instruments .Therefore human error is considerably reduced
  • We are enrolled with external quality control programme with BIORAD – U.S.A

ECG

An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a test that records the electrical activity of the heart.

How the Test is Performed 
You will be asked to lie down. The health care provider will clean several areas on your arms, legs, and chest, and then attach small patches called electrodes to the areas.

You usually need to remain still, and you may be asked to hold your breath for short periods during the procedure. It is important to be relaxed and relatively warm during ECG recording. Any movement, including muscle tremors such as shivering, can alter the results.

The electrodes are connected by wires to a machine that converts the electrical signals from the heart into wavy lines, which are printed on paper and reviewed by the doctor.

Sometimes this test is done while you are exercising or under minimal stress to monitor changes in the heart. This type of ECG is often called a stress test.

How the Test Will Feel 
An ECG is painless. No electricity is sent through the body. The electrodes may feel cold when first applied. In rare cases, some people may develop a rash or irritation where the patches were placed. 

Why the Test is Performed

  • Any damage to the heart
  • How fast your heart is beating and whether it is beating normally
  • The effects of drugs or devices used to control the heart (such as a pacemaker)
  • The size and position of your heart chambers

An ECG is a very useful tool for determining whether a person has heart disease. Your doctor may order this test if you have chest pain or palpitations.

An ECG may be included as part of a routine examination in patients over age 40.
Normal Results

  • Heart rate: 50 to 100 beats per minute
  • Heart rhythm: consistent and even

Risks 
There are no risks. No electricity is sent through the body, so there is no risk of shock.
Considerations 
The accuracy of the ECG depends on the condition being tested. Some heart conditions are not detectable all the time, and others may never produce any specific ECG changes.

A person who has had a heart attack or who may have heart disease may need more than one ECG.
Alternative Names 
ECG, EKG

Health Check Up

Regular health exams and tests can help find problems before they start. They also can help find problems early, when your chances for treatment and cure are better. Which exams and screenings you need depends on your age, health and family history, and lifestyle choices such as what you eat, how active you are, and whether you smoke.

We offer the following health packages

  • Royal
  • Privilege
  • Premium
  • Comprehensive
  • Womes's Checkup

Guidelines for health checkup

  • Minimum of 10 to 12 hrs fasting is essential prior to the check-up, you may drink water.
  • Complete abstinence from alcohol at least 24 hours prior to check-up.
  • Please carry your regular medication when you come for check-up.
  • Wear loose clothing, no jewellery & easily removable footwear if possible.
  • Report at reception between 8.30 am to 9.30 am.
  • During the course of investigation breakfast will be provided.
  • Bring all your past medical records if any.
  • If you are wearing lenses please remove them two days prior to the Health Check-Up.
  • Additional test if required apart from package will be charged separately.
  • Duration of Check-up may range from 3 to 6 hours depending upon the package selected.
  • After completion of the check-up, we would appreciate if you could fill the feed-back form.
  • Second consultation with Physician the next working day along with reports will be at no additional cost.
  • In case of non-availability of certain tests on that particular day the patients will be called at next convenient date.
  • P.H.Medical reserves the right to modify any content of Health check-up without any prior notice.
  • All reports can be viewed on the internet with the user ID and password provided on the receipt.