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Various laboratory tests are performed at dr. Kilda's Clinic. The laboratory is certified according to the highest quality standards - Labquality (Finland).

Clinical laboratory tests are an integral part of disease diagnosis and prevention. State-of-the-art analyzers used in a state-of-the-art laboratory provide the quality laboratory services needed to assess patients' condition, diagnose and treat disease.

In acute illnesses, where prompt and correct treatment is important, tests such as a complete blood count, a C-reactive protein test, and urine and basic biochemical tests are performed. We provide laboratory test responses within  0.5 to 1 hour on average.

The following tests are performed in our clinic:

  • general clinical analyzes: blood, urine, faeces, sputum, sperm and other secretions help to determine the cause of the disease, often given first and serve as a basis for other complex tests;
  • clinical biochemistry tests: performed for diagnostic or chronic disease control and treatment effectiveness of various acute diseases, disease prevention. Various blood tests help identify specific organ changes and are important in diagnosing disease. Electrolytes, liver and pancreatic enzymes, kidney function indicators, vitamins, blood coagulation rates, cardiovascular tests are evaluated;
  • hormones and markers of cancer: These tests identify cancer markers (PSA, Ca15-3, CEA, Ca125, Ca19-9, etc.) that are particularly important for early cancer diagnosis, disease development, and treatment efficacy. Sex tests of hormones and thyroid function are also performed.
  • immunoassays: helps diagnose autoimmune diseases;
  • immunoassays for infectious diseases: Helps diagnose infectious diseases such as Lyme disease, tick-borne encephalitis, rubella, measles, hepatitis and more.
  • microbiological analyzes: these tests identify pathogens (bacteria, fungi, etc.) and microbial susceptibility to antibiotics, identify atypical infectious agents, and test for sexually transmitted diseases;
  • genetic studies: single genetic diseases are inherited and passed down from generation to generation. Others, such as Down Syndrome, are sporadic and can occur during any pregnancy. Therefore, experts recommend genetic testing for all pregnant women.
  • allergy tests: Comprehensive molecular and allergenic diagnostic tests for allergies (food, inhaled, or mixed allergens).