Diagnostic laboratory profiles are comprehensive laboratory studies developed on the basis of clinical experience and scientific advancements. A profile is a comprehensive suit of laboratory studies which makes it possible to diagnose the functional status of bodily organs and systems.
Oftentimes, our body sends us clear messages of its problems, however we prefer not to notice them. Until it is too late. Whatever happens, keep your finger on the pulse. A laboratory profile offers the possibility to perform all the analyses necessary in a specific situation, and to obtain a result needed to make further medical decisions.
INDICATIONS FOR LABORATORY STUDIES
- Diagnosis of the functional status of organs and systems of the body;
- Identification of pathology risks;
- Detection of infections;
- Assessment of general condition of the body.
OUR LABORATORY PERFORMS:
Thyroid gland examination
Thyroid gland is the organ that produces hormones that affect a variety of bodily functions. If the gland’s function is impaired, the affected individual may experience disturbing symptoms that may include deterioration of the condition of fingernails, hair and skin, problems associated with the nervous system, metabolic disorders, thyroid gland disorders, goiter and other ailments. To combat the symptoms, their cause needs to be identified. It is unlikely that the thyroid gland status can be evaluated during a single test, thus a whole suit of various instrumental and laboratory studies is employed to detect disorders related to the organ.
Liver is the largest gland of the human body. Liver performs a number of vital functions necessary for normal functioning of the body. Diagnosis of liver disorders is aimed at the identification of the immediate cause of the pathologic process and the amount of damage to the hepatic tissue. A number of studies is also required to control the effectiveness of the applied therapy. Diagnostic profile makes it possible to detect the disorder at its early stages, when there are either no symptoms or they are subtle.
Pancreatic gland examination
Pancreatic gland performs important functions in the human body by normalizing the activity of the digestive system and the body as the whole. Symptoms of diseases are, to a great extent, similar to signs of disorders of other digestive organs. Clinical manifestations of pancreatic gland disorders depend on the etiology, the degree of dysfunction and the activity of the process. The profile enables assessment of the exocrinous and endocrinous function of the pancreatic gland.
Kidneys perform filtration of excessive and toxic metabolic products in blood, and generate urine. Using filtration, secretion and reabsorption processes, kidneys regulate levels of liquid, electrolytes and micronutrients in the body, and maintain the acid-base balance.
An allergy develops when the immune system reacts overly intensively to a contact with certain substances called allergens. Allergy disorders are a number of pathologies associated with hypersensitivity of the immune system to certain environmental agents (antigens) that are generally harmless to other people.
Cardiology study is intended to detect risks of development of cardiovascular disorders.
A rheumatologic profile is a set of specific blood tests necessary to reveal joint and connective tissue disorders. This study is appointed when rheumatic diseases are suspected.
Oncology study Oncology study (men) and oncology study (women)
Oncology disorders are a vast and diverse class of diseases. These disorders are systemic, that is, they affect, in one way or another, all the organs and systems of human body. Current studies demonstrate that in every person’s body cancer cells and minuscule tumors develop on a regular basis. They are destroyed, however, by the antitumor immunity system.
Hemostatic system study
The hemostatic system is the system of the human body whose functionality includes, on the one hand, prevention and arrest of bleeding by supporting structural integrity of vessels and their prompt local clotting in case of damage, and, on the the hand, keeping blood fluid and maintaining its volume in blood channels in the process of continual transcapillary transition of tissue fluid and plasma.
The blood clotting system is a part of a larger system -- the system which regulates the physical state of blood and colloids. This later system maintains stability of the body’s internal environment and its physical state at a level required for normal functioning.
Osteoporosis is a degenerative disease of the skeletal system which causes bone density to decrease. Bones become more brittle and prone to fracture. Early-stage osteoporosis may develop without symptoms, and is often detected after a fracture or a minor injury.
Anemia is a reduction of the number of red blood cells (erythrocytes) that transfer oxygen, or a decrease of content of key proteins that carry oxygen (hemoglobin) below a certain value.
Prostate gland diagnosis
Prostate gland is called the men's second heart. And everybody knows, that the heart needs to be taken care of from the young age.
Diagnosis of infections
Infectious diseases include a large range of pathologies caused by specific pathogenic organisms. Infectious diseases develop as the result of pervasion of pathogenic microbes into the human body. All such diseases have several periods of development: the latent (or, incubative) period, the pre-onset period, the clinical response period and the clinical outcome. Studies are performed to determine the presence of such infections as toxoplasmosis, cytomegalovirus infection, rubella, herpetic infection, type B and C hepatitis and syphilis.
Pregnancy is the period full of cheerful expectations and concerns, but also of anxiety and worries about the health of the mother and the child.
Diabetes Diagnosis and Diabetes Mellitus Treatment profiles
Diabetes is a chronic disease which develops when the pancreatic gland does not produce sufficient insulin or when the body is unable to utilize produced insulin effectively.
Cerebral Accident Risks profile
Some of the factors that aggravate the risk of a cerebral accident are:
- a high level of low-density lipoproteins (the “bad” cholesterol);
- increased blood sugar level.
Excessive Weight in Women and Excessive Weight in Men profile
· Excessive weight is a problem which should be addressed at the earliest signs, so that you do not become a medical patient. Regular medical examination is a very healthy practice which may help to reveal the clues to the excessive weight and related problems at an early stage.
Metabolic Syndrome profile
· Initially the term “metabolic syndrome” meant a variety of interrelated symptoms including insulin resistance, hyperinsulinemia, hypertriglyceridemia, glucose tolerance impairment, arterial hypertension and a low level of the “good” cholesterol (high-density lipoproteins). In the course of studies, the metabolic syndrome gained new nuances; today this body of disorders involves, apart from the above components abdominal-visceral obesity (a disorder which involves accumulation of adipose tissue within the abdomen), increased blood cholesterol levels (dislipidemy), microalbuminuria and early-onset atherosclerosis.
Lipidic Spectrum profile
· The lipidic profile is a set of specific blood parameters which makes it possible to establish fat metabolism abnormalities that are important for the diagnosis of many disorders.
Women’s Health profile
· Women have a delicate and intricate health which is evidenced by a feeling of health, vivacity and an optimistic attitude. Excellent health means a steadily good mood. It is hard to enjoy your life when something aches, distracts and drains your focus. It should be the goal of every woman to maintain a good physical and mental shape, and to be mindful of a healthy diet. The longer a woman maintains her health, the longer she continues to be beautiful, youthful and love her life.
Women of 45+ profile
· Women past the year of forty five notice with an increasing frequency that a slightest trouble may cause an emotional imbalance and make them irritable, contrary and prone to anger. This is their body reacting to one of the most sensitive stages of their life.
Men of 40+ profile
You can be quite healthy after reaching forty. However, to maintain health, men need to undergo a certain minimum suite of examinations since many disorders grew “younger” lately. To maintain self-confidence and make long-term plans without worries each man aged above forty should undergo a minimal set of clinical examinations.
Annual Preventive Examination profile
Preventive examination is performed with the aim of early (timely) detection of pathologic conditions, disorders and their risk factors, narcotics and psychotropic substance abuse, as well as in order to form groups according to medical conditions and develop recommendations for patients.
Preventive examination is also aimed at early identification of specific non-infectious diseases being the root cause of disability and premature mortality, their risk factors (increased arterial pressure, dislipidemy, increased blood glucose level, abuse of tobacco and alcohol, improper diet, low physical activity levels, excessive weight or obesity or narcotics and psychotropic substance abuse.
PREPARATION FOR DIAGNOSTIC EXAMINATION
Instructions for preparing for testing
HOW TO TAKE A BLOOD TEST
- At the reception, conclude an agreement for the provision of paid services (if you have a referral from a doctor, show it to the medical registrar)
- Pay the invoice at the cash desk of the RCMC or via ЕРИП (SSIS: Single Settlement and Information Space)
- Get tested.
Material for research is accepted on a scheduled basis (Monday-Friday) from 8:00 to 10:00, the research results are available for the doctor and the patient from 15:00 on the same day.