TEAM OF EXPERTS
In Lab, we have the most experienced & competent team of doctors comprising of MD Radiologists, Pathologist, Bio chemist, DM Cardiologist,
Quality Manager, Well Trained Experienced Lab Technician, Radiographers, Marketing managers and house keepers. We have the best available
manpower in all the departments of Radiology & Pathology so that patients gets the most accurate results. Staff are experienced & well trained
in their respective departments and training given to all the staff members on various technical & non-technical aspects. Our lab technicians are
well versed withal the equipments, protocols & daily quality control procedures. Equipments are well maintained, tested and inspected regularly.
Industry validated computer software and information is used for Data collection and storage. Quality of the methods assured by the quality
control programs performed internally and by external proficiency testing programs. Procedures are undertaken regularly to maintain high
standards for reproducible results. Certified standard reagents are used after validation for the purpose of analysis. Collecting blood samples
from individual laboratories and studying in one center has become more popular in recent years to ease health care costs. Accordingly,the
extra-analytical factors affecting the analysis process such as different transportation conditions,prolonged storage at high or low temperature,
improper handling (without frozen packs), are to be considered as potential factors affecting the analyte concentrations esp. Glucose.
The glucose concentration begins to decrease immediately after the sample is collected in unpreserved blood sample with increasing serum-clot
contact time in plain tube and the rate of decrease was sensitive to temperature like previous studies. This decrease was attributed to glycolytic
action of erythrocytes and leukocytes. Though Sodium fluoride (Glycolytic inhibitor) tubes can preserve the serum glucose concentrations, the
decrease in the serum glucose concentrations after the first hour after collection is unavoidable.This loss can be corrected if the samples are a
nalyzed immediately or there is a prompt separation of the plasma after collection, which are not practically possible with the collection centers.
Mrs .R.Divya Bhavani.,M.Sc.,Ph.D.,Med.Bio