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Laboratory Services

Contact Information

Trunk line: (+632) 558-0888 local 0641

Extension Numbers:
     0647:    Hematology
     0642:    Bacteriology
     0648:    Histopathology
     0643:    Blood Bank
     0649:    Immunology/Drug Testing
     0644:    Chemistry
     0641:    Laboratory Information
     0645:    Clinical Microscopy
     0646:    Laboratory Administrative Manager

Location: 2/F Main Building

Service Hours

Blood Bank:  24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Clinical Chemistry:  24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Clinical Microscopy:  24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Hematology:  24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Drug Testing:  Monday to Saturday – 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Histopathology: Monday to Saturday 7:00 am to 4:00 pm
Immunology & Serology:  Monday to Saturday – 7:00 am to 3:00 pm
Microbiology: Monday to Friday – 6:00 am to  6:00 pm; Saturday, Sunday and Holiday – 6:00 am to 3:00 pm

The Department of Laboratory Medicine performs a comprehensive array of vital tests that assist the physicians in diagnosing and treating their patients. It utilizes only the best equipment and reagents that satisfies international standards.

Services Offered

• Antibody Screening
• Anti-Globulin Test (Coomb’s Test)
• Blood Typing
• Donor Screening
• Platelet Apheresis, Leukoreduced PRBC, PC, FFP
• Testing and Provision for Blood and Components
Blood
• Alk. Phos
• Amylase
• Bilirubin
• Blood Sugar (FBS,RBS,PPBS,OGCT,OGTT)
• BUN
• Calcium
• Chloride
• Cholesterol
• CK-MB Mass
• CPK
• Creatinine
• CSF and other Body Fluids (Quantitative)
• Expanded Newborn Screening
• GGT
• HBA1C
• hs Troponin I (Quanti)
• hsCRP
• Inorganic Phos
• LDH
• Lipase
• Lipid Profile
• Magnesium
• Microalbumine/Creatinine Ratio (Micral test)
• Plasma Ketone
• Potassium
• Serum Iron
• SGOT
• SGPT
• Sodium
• TIBC
• Total Protein (with A/G Ratio)
• Troponin T (Quali)
• Uric Acid

Urine
• 24 hr. Calcium
• 24 hr. Chloride
• 24 hr. Glucose
• 24 hr. Magnesium
• 24 hr. Micral Test
• 24 hr. Phosphorus
• 24 hr. Potassium
• 24 hr. Sample Creatinine Clearance
• 24 hr. Sodium
• 24 hr. Total Protein
• Random Urine Chloride
• Random Urine Glucose
• Random Urine Micral Test
• Random Urine Potassium
• Random Urine Sodium
• Random Urine Total Protein

• APT’S Test
• Automated Urinalysis (Urine Flow Cytometry)
• Fecal Immunochemical Testing-Occult Blood Test (FIT-OBT)
• Formalin Ether Concentration Technique (FECT)
• Occult Blood
• Pregnancy Test (Urine and Serum)
• Rectal Aspirate for Amoeba
• Routine Fecalysis
• Routine Urinalysis
• Scotch Tape Swab
• Semen Analysis
• Specific Gravity pH

• Combined Amphetamines/Methamphetamines and Tetrahydrocannabinol
• Methamphetamine
• Opiates
• Tetrahydrocannabinol
• Antithrombin III
• APTT/PTT
• Bleeding Time
• CBC platelet count; RBC indices (MCV, MCH, MCHC)
• Clotting Time
• CRT
• CSF and other Body Fluids Examination (Qualitative)
• D-Dimer
• ESR
• LE Prep
• Malarial Test
• Peripheral Blood Smear
• Protein C and S
• PT
• Reticulocyte Count
• ANA
• Anti-Smith
• ASO (Qualitative and Qualitative)
• C3 (Quantitative)
• CMV IgG(Cytomegalovirus IgG), CVM IgM (Cytomegalovirus IgM)
• CRP (Quantitative and Qualitative)
• DsDNA
• FT3
• FT4
• Pylori
• Hepatitis Test
• HIV
• Mumps IgG
• Procalcitonin
• RA/RF
• RPR (Qualitative and Quantitative)
• Rubella IgG, Rubella IgM
• SLE Profile
• Syphilis
• Therapeutic Drugs
• Toxoplasma IgG, Toxoplasma IgM
• TSH
• Tumor Markers
• Varicella zoster IgG
• Vitamin D

• Clostridium Difficile Antigen and Toxin (Rapid)
• CSF Examination
• Culture
• Dengue NS1 Antigen
• PCR
• Serologic Tests
• Stains
• TPHA (Qualitative and Quantitative)
• Wet Mount

• Autopsy
• CT and UTt-Guided Biopsies
• Cytology (Gyne & Non-Gyne)
• Frozen Section
• Immunohistochemistry
• Routine Histopathology
• Slide Review
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