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Clinical BiochemistryHematology and Pathology

Microbiology and Serology

The Laboratory services at Dr. Mohan’s Diabetes Specialities Centre is unique in using advanced technology and having fully automated walk away systems in the department of Biochemistry, Hematology, Pathology, Microbiology and Serology which provide round the clock services, seven days a week. The laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and has a team of efficient, motivated, knowledgeable and qualified biochemists and technical staff who are constantly involved in producing accurate and reliable results and upholding quality assurance.

All the blood samples in the laboratory testing are collected using vacutainer system of collection and labeled with bi-directional barcodes which avoids cross contamination and pre analytical error. Bi-directional barcoded samples are directly fed into the respective analyzer and results are automatically transmitted to Laboratory Information System (LIS) without manual entry to avoid analytical and post analytical error.

The laboratory has been accredited by the following National and International organizations,

  • COLLEGE OF AMERICAN PATHOLOGISTS (CAP), USA (The second such lab in Chennai)
  • NATIONAL ACCREDITATION BOARD FOR TESTING AND CALIBRATION LABORATORIES (NABL UNDER ISO/IEC 15189), India
  • World’s First ISO 9001:2008 Certified Diabetes laboratory,

The laboratory’s Quality Monitoring system helps to improve the accuracy and reliability of results in term of internal Quality Control (QC) as well as external proficiency testing materials. Internal QC material is analyzed at predetermined intervals along with patient samples to monitor systemic and random errors. These materials are traceable to international certified reference material so that accuracy of measurements is monitored periodically.

Our laboratory’s quality is assured by the International and National EXTERNAL QUALITY ASSURANCE (EQA) programme conducted by

  • College of American Pathologists (CAP), Illinois, USA
  • Bio-Rad Laboratories, California, USA
  • Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore, India
  • All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, India
  • Amala Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS), Thrissur, India

Department of Clinical Biochemistry

The initial step towards a cure is the diagnosis. The faster and more accurate the diagnosis, the easier and better the cure. The biochemistry department goes the extra mile by being committed to ensuring accuracy and precision in specimen handling, clinical testing and making available the latest investigation in the field, so as to facilitate faster diagnosis

The Biochemistry Department performs more than 3000 tests per day pertaining to 48 parameters. All the biochemistry assays are performed in high throughput analyzers,

  • Beckman Coulter AU2700 & AU480 chemistry analyzer (throughput 2100 tests/hr)
  • Roche Cobas e601 Immunoassay module for selective sample processing of immunological parameters with the ECL technology. (throughput 170 tests/hr)
  • India’s first Bio-Rad Variant II turbo Glycated Hemoglobin (HbA1c) analyzer (throughput 40 test/hr), which has been certified by the National Glycohaemoglobin Standardization Program (NGSP), USA.
  • SEBIA CAPILLARYS 2 Flex Piercing System, a fully automated solution for high quality HbA1c testing (throughput 36 test/hr)
  • EasyLyte Na/K & Cl analyzers, a completely automated, microprocessor controlled electrolyte system which used to analyse sodium, potassium, and chloride in whole blood, serum, plasma, or urine.
  • Bio-Rad iMark™ microplate ELISA reader for the analysis of Anti-GAD, Anti-IA2, Tissue transglutaminase antibody (TTG), Zinc Transporter 8 antibody etc

Department of Hematology

The Hematology Department provides laboratory services for the diagnosis and treatment of all blood related disorders such as anemia, bleeding disorders and malignant conditions related to blood cells such as leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Complete Blood Counts (CBC) are analysed by Sysmex XT1800i (80 samples/hour) analyzer and Coagulation tests are performed in the automated Random Access Coagulation analyzer Sysmex CA 50.

Department of Clinical Pathology

Urine analysis is used in detecting a variety of renal, pre-renal, urinary tract diseases. A semi-automated Cobas u 411 (600 test strips/hour) is used to rapidly detect PH, specific gravity, protein, glucose, bilirubin and other compounds in urine. The technician examines urine for microscopic elements such as red blood cells, pus cells, epithelial cells, casts and crystals.

Department of Microbiology and Serology

The Microbiology and Serology Department has high-end facilities for processing and reporting patient’s specimens in the field of diagnostic bacteriology, virology and parasites, which may cause a range of diseases.

In addition to identification, the department is actively involved in infection control activities of the hospital.

60 Minutes Reports

The samples are processed immediately; the reports are validated continuously and released. The turnaround time after postprandial sample reaches the lab, is on an average 60 minutes. The results are available within this period which reduces waiting time of patients.

Home Blood Collection

The Laboratory undertakes house collection with prior appointment within Chennai. For details contact Front Office. (91-44) 43968888/28359048/ 28359050/ 28353038OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SNOANALYTESMETHODS
1.GlucoseHexokinase / Kinetic
2.UreaUrease GLDH / UV Kinetic
3.CreatinineJaffe / Kinetic
4.Cholesterol TotalCHOD-POD / End Point
5.TriglyceridesGPO-PAP / End Point
6.HDL CholesterolImmunoinhibition
7.ASTIFCC without P5P / UV Kinetic
8.ALTIFCC without P5P / UV Kinetic
9.Alkaline PhosphataseDEA Buffer
10.Total ProteinBiuret Method / End Point
11.AlbuminBCG Method / End Point
12.Bilirubin TotalDPD/ End Point
13.Bilirubin DirectDPD / End Point
14.Gamma GTSzasz IFCC / Kinetic
15.AmylaseG7 PNP / Kinetic
16.SodiumIon Selective Electrode
17.PotassiumIon Selective Electrode
18.ChlorideIon Selective Electrode
19.BicarbonatePEP / End Point
20.CPKNAC activated
21.CalciumArsanazo / End Point
22.PhosphorusMolybdate UV
23.Uric AcidUricase / End Point
24.LactateLactate to Pyruvate
25.C – PeptideECLIA
26.InsulinECLIA
27.Apo AImmunoturbidimetry
28.Apo BImmunoturbidimetry
29.Beta HydroxybutrateEnzymatic / BHB dehydrogenase
30.FructosamineNBT/Kinetic
31.HbA1cHPLC
32.FT3ECLIA
33.FT4ECLIA
34.TSHECLIA
35.Total PSAECLIA
36.Free PSAECLIA
37.LipaseEnzymatic with colipase
38.IA2 AntibodyELISA
39.GAD AntibodyELISA
40.Osmolality (Serum & Urine)Calculated
41.Microalbumin (Urine)Immunoturbidimetry
42.Protein (Urine)Pyrogallol Red
43.Sodium (Urine)Ion Selective Electrode
44.Potassium (Urine)Ion Selective Electrode
45.Chloride (Urine)Ion Selective Electrode
46.hs CRPImmunoturbidimetry
47.Creatinine (Urine)Jaffe / Kinetic
48.Glucose (Urine)Hexokinase / Kinetic
49.Urea (Urine)Urease GLDH / UV Kinetic
50.FolateECLIA
51.FerritinECLIA
52.Vitamin B12ECLIA
53.IronTPTZ-no deproteinization
54.UIBCNitroso-PSAP
55.TIBCCalculation
56.25 Hydroxyvitamin DECLIA
57.TestosteroneECLIA
58.CortisolECLIA
SNOANALYTESMETHODS
II. CLINICAL PATHOLOGY
59.Urine SugarReagent Strip method
60.Urine ProteinReagent Strip method
61.Urine AcetoneReagent Strip method
62.Urine pHReagent Strip method
63.Urine Specific gravityReagent Strip method
64.Urine ColourReagent Strip method
65.Urine AppearanceReagent Strip method
66.Urine Bile saltsReagent Strip method
67.Urine Bile pigmentsReagent Strip method
68.Urine UrobilinogenReagent Strip method
69.Urine DepositsMicroscopy
70.Urine Macroscopic and Microscopic ExaminationMicroscopy
71.Motion Occult BloodGUAIAC Method
III. HAEMATOLOGY & IMMUNOHAEMATOLOGY
72.Complete blood cell countFlow cytometry method using semi conductor laser
73.Erythrocyte Sedimentation RateSeditainer Method
74.Smear for MFMicroscopy by Thin Smear
75.Smear for MPMicroscopy / Thick and Thin Smear
76.Peripheral Smear StudyMicroscopy / Leishman’s Stain
77.PTPhoto Optical Detection Method
78.aPTTPhoto Optical Detection Method
79.Blood Grouping & Rh TypingTube Method
80.Optimal MalariaRapid Method
81.Bleeding TimeIvy’s Method
82.Clotting TimeLee and White Method
IV. MICROBIOLOGY & SEROLOGY
83.Widal TestTube agglutination
84.RA FactorLatex Agglutination
85.HBsAgRapid Method
86.Anti-HCVRapid Method
87.RPRFlocculation
88.HIVRapid Method Tri-Dot
89.Gram StainDirect Microscopy
90.CULTURES – Urine, Tissue, Pus, Sputum, Nasal swab, Throat swab, Stool and Body fluids including synovial fluid, aspirate fluid, pleural fluid, ascitic fluid and liver abscess fluidCulture –Aerobic
91.Sensitivity – all clinical specimensDisc Diffusion by Kirby Bauer Method
92.AFB stain – SputumZiehl Neelsen stain / Direct Microscopy