Information for patients

Blood sampling is carried out from 08.00 am to 11.00 am on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Friday is not a reception day.

We advise to agree your visit beforehand by phone:
(04579) 3-00-42, (04579) 2-26-81, (095) 720-78-83.
In our laboratory there is a possibility of the in-home blood sampling (for bedridden patients and children with hyperthermia).
The priority shall be given to your doctor’s recommendations for preparation to analysis! 

Complete blood count is conducted for 34 indicators in order to state the general condition of the body at the moment. The list of indicators of blood is as follows: the average content of erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets, hemoglobin, leukocyte counts, cell indices, histograms of cell distribution by volume (indicator of anisocytosis), erythrocyte sedimentation rate by Westergren method, as well as morphological description of abnormal cells, nuclei, inclusions, grain, etc. The analyzer operation modes allow conducting the research both in venous blood and in capillary, in the volume of 20 µl.

Biochemical blood count is carried out in serum or plasma of venous blood to identify abnormalities in the functioning of certain organs or systems. There are several panels: heart, liver, kidney, pancreas, diabetes, lipid, mineral metabolism, cholestasis. In each panel there are few indicators. You can choose any performance or conduct a full survey of all 22 indicators.

Hormonal blood count is conducted according to the principle of enzyme immunoassay at the automated modern analyzer in order to detect abnormalities in the functioning of the endocrine system. The research is conducted by two panels: reproductive and thyroid. The thyroid panel includes thyroid hormones and pituitary, the reproductive panel includes male and female sex hormones, pituitary hormones and human chorionic gonadotropin.

Spermogram: macroscopic and microscopic study of ejaculate on the subject of fertility and abnormalities in the functioning of the male reproductive system.