New Tests

Extensive Allergy Screening

Allergies develop when the body’s immune system mistakenly identifies substances such as pollen, mold, animal dander, or food as harmful. These substances are referred to as allergens. Allergens stimulate immune system cells to release certain chemicals, such as histamine, which then lead to allergy symptoms. Common allergy symptoms include Runny nose or sneezing Pain or …

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COLOTECT, DNA Screening Test for Colorectal Cancer

A Non-invasive Faecal DNA Testing to Alleviate Late Colorectal Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment Management Colorectal cancer remains as a major contributor to global cancer incidence and mortality. According to WHO, colorectal cancer ranks the third for cancer incidence with estimated 1.93 million new cases, and second for cancer mortality with 935,000 deaths reported in 20201. …

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QIAstat-Dx Rapid Syndromic Testing

What is syndromic testing (Multiplex PCR Panel) Unlike traditional diagnostic methods, like bacterial culture and microscopy, syndromic testing uses multiplex PCR to test for several pathogens at once – and it only takes around an hour. The quick, comprehensive results of syndromic testing let you provide the best care possible for your patients. The benefits …

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H-pylori-UBT

Urea Breath Test

The Urea Breath Test is a simple test that is done on a patient’s breath for the purpose of detecting possible infection by Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori).