The department of hematology and coagulation endeavours to work closely with clinicians to provide them a clear insight into the true blood picture of every patient. Our goal is to facilitate timely communication and clinical co-relation of all critical values and parameters.
Routine CBC comprising of a report of 26 parameters is performed on a fully automated hematology analyser.
Getting the cell counts correct, every time we perform a CBC is of utmost priority.
The key areas of focus while reporting of CBC are RBC morphology, immature differentiation of cells, and platelet counts.
Automated reflex testing and bidirectional interfacing facilitate error-free reporting.
Bidirectional interfacing ensures that the patient registration system and the sample processing system are both automatically synced with each other. Hence, no human errors can take place while entering patient data and bar-coding. This further ensures that no human error occurs at the level of processing samples and entering a patient’s results back into the data system.
An integrated and automated slide maker allows good quality staining of slides and is attuned as per International Society for Laboratory Hematology (ISLH) guidelines for review of smears.
Correlates with bone marrow platelet production and monitoring response in thrombocytopenic patients.
Detection and confirmation of parasites by thin, thick smears and buffy coat preparation wherever applicable.
Exclusive tool for screening thalassemia and other haemoglobinopathies.
A prothrombin time (PT) is a test used to help detect and diagnose a bleeding disorder or excessive clotting disorder. The international normalized ratio (INR) is calculated from a PT result and is used to monitor how well the blood-thinning medication (anticoagulant) warfarin (Coumadin®) is working to prevent blood clots.
This test is used as part of an investigation of a possible bleeding disorder or blood clot (thrombotic episode), to monitor unfractionated (standard) heparin anticoagulant therapy or as part of screening before surgery or other invasive procedure.
Useful for investigating:
D-dimer testing is of clinical use when there is a suspicion of deep venous thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism (PE) or disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC).
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