Primary Care Testing
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Examples: CBC, CMP, TSH, Urinalysis, etc.
Tests to determine general health status may include a complete blood count (CBC), coagulation testing to discern bleeding abnormalities, endocrine testing for thyroid and status of reproductive hormones, urinalysis to monitor diabetes or kidney disease, cultures to diagnose and treat infections and metabolic panels for lipid profiles, organ system function, electrolyte, and fluid balance.
Urinary Tract Infections
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Molecular diagnostic methods identify infectious diseases and antibiotic drug resistance by isolating the invading viral or bacterial DNA or RNA from a patient wound, urine, saliva or respiratory sample.
Urine Drug Screen
Urine Toxicology Definitive
Saliva Toxicology Definitive
Medication management is a critical part of monitoring health, patient safety, reducing adverse drug effects, and preventing addiction to controlled substances. Get the right test, at the right time every time with inSightRx from inHealth Life Sciences.
Gastrointestinal & Liver
Anatomic pathologists evaluate tissue specimens, which include cervical scrapings (i.e., PAP smears), biopsies, and surgical resections.
Precision medicine (PM) has the potential to tailor therapy with the best response and highest safety margin to ensure better patient care. By enabling each patient to receive earlier diagnoses, risk assessments, and optimal treatments, PM holds promise for improving health care while also lowering costs.