• Blood samples and CRP tests – evaluating blood samples with a differential evaluation and CRP from several drops of capillary blood from a finger is standard practice from the summer of 2015.
• CRP test – evaluation of C reactive proteins
Within several minutes we are able to ascertain whether the sickness is a viral or bacterial infection.
• CRP and Hgb – GO test Quick diagnosis CRP along with a haemoglobin test.
• Strep A test – examination for the presence of Streptococcus pyogenes sk. and a quick diagnostic for the presence of bacteria which generally cause infections of sinuses, lungs /angina,
• HandUReader – urine sample analyser
Equipment which measures values of: Bilirubin, Urobilinogen, Ketons, Acids; ascorbic, Glucose, Proteins, Blood, Ph, Nitrites, Leukocytes, Specific mass of urine.
• BeneCheck Hb Hemoglobin – analysis of base values of red blood cell counts Hgb and Hct
• BMJ – Equipment for trans acute measurement of bilirubin. The count of bilirubin is monitored mostly for new-borns which may have foetal jaundice .
• Glucoseometer – blood sugar levels analysis
• Uricult and incubator for culturing samples and evaluation
• Modern health aids – pulse oxymeter, tonometer, measuring mass and size, nursing supplements
• Pulse oxymeter – is a non-invasive means of ascertaining the saturation of oxygen in the haemoglobin and the arterial flow frequency. It also gives information on the amount of air getting into the lungs and the level of oxygen in the blood. It is an important parameter renowned worldwide in intensive wards and health clinics alike.
The pulse oximeter sensor delivers a light in two frequency length bursts which permeate skin, usually on the finger.