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Thermo Fisher Scientific provides an extensive range of healthcare solutions support the essential areas of clinical and anatomical pathology. Our sourcing and supply chain services ensure you have the right products at the right place at the right time. Our mission is to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.
A medical laboratory or clinical laboratory is a laboratory where pathology tests are done on clinical specimens in order to obtain information for the purpose of disease diagnosis, treatment, and/or prevention. Medical laboratories vary in size and complexity.
They are located within hospitals, clinics, or exist as stand-alone laboratories. Medical laboratories are generally divided into two specialties: clinical pathology and anatomical pathology.
Clinical pathology deals with the measurement of chemical constituents of blood, urine and other bodily fluids. It is divided into many sub-specialties, including clinical biochemistry, clinical microbiology, hematology, blood banking and molecular pathology.
- Clinical biochemistry: Most laboratories employ highly automated systems to run clinical biochemistry tests, including renal function, liver function, glucose, uric acid, lipid profile, tumor markers and many others.
- Clinical microbiology is concerned with infectious diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, parasites, viruses, and prion.
- Hematology studies diseases of blood components, such as blood cells, hemoglobin, bone marrow, platelets, spleen, coagulation and others.
- Blood bank deals with the management of donated blood for transfusion purposes.
- Molecular pathology is a new and rapidly growing field of pathology; it focuses on the diagnosis of diseases by means of genomics and proteomics.
Anatomical pathology studies the effect of disease on the structure of body organs, both as a whole and microscopically. There are two main sub-specialties within anatomical pathology, namely histopathology and cytopathology (cytology). Histopathology examines tissues as a whole (e.g. sections of tumor), while cytopathology examines free cells (e.g. fine-needle aspiration) or fragments of tissues. The specimens are generally stained (e.g. with dyes or antibodies) for cellular components followed by microscopic examination.
In this document, we will share with you our solutions for commonly used techniques in medical laboratories:
- Clinical Microbiology Solution
- ELISA Solution
- Genetic Testing Solution
- Drugs of Abuse Testing Solution
- Blood Banking Solution
- Anatomical Pathology Solution
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