Microbiology Clinic

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A microbiological test is a type of test through diagnosis and analysis of microbiological images obtained on samples.

Infections may be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi and other parasites. Whether by direct or indirect contact, droplet contact, oral route, airborne or vector transmission, at Life Chart Medical Diagnostics Services, our equipment is able to detect these organisms or their imprints on sample tissues. Our range of tests includes: Urine Microscopy, Culture & Sensitivity, Stool Microscopy, Culture & Sensitivity, Occult blood, Blood Culture & Sensitivity, Widal Reaction XDRL, Rheumatoid factor, A.S.O Titre, Australian antigen, Sputum for A-AFB, C.S.F. Microscopy & Cell count, Culture & Sensitivity, Skin tests like SNIP for Microfilaria, Scrapping from fungal elements, Seminal fluid Analysis (SFA), Urethral Swab, Vaginal Swab Microscopy; Culture & Sensitivity, various Swabs and other tests

These results obtained from the test will help clinicians and doctors to find the cause of the disease in the patient’s body, to diagnose and propose the most effective treatment.

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