General Chemistry testing allows us to perform a check on all of the major vital organs of the human body. By encouraging patient populations to follow routine best practices in health screens, we can locate and identify the leading indicators of disease onset. Chemistry testing provides the baseline indicators healthcare providers need to map out treatment regimens and provide the best course of action to address health conditions and challenges.
Special Chemistry testing measures key biomarkers in the human body, informing the healthcare provider of highly specific indicators for critical disease identification. Special Chemistry testing allows MDL to track the pathology of acute diseases and conditions.
Accurate and reliable Toxicology testing is needed now more than ever. With the opioid epidemic raging, and providers swamped with escalating overdoses. Toxicology screenings need to be as responsive as the providers requesting them.
• Oxidant • pH-Detect • Specific Gravity • Urine Creatinine
Hematology testing measures the components of blood. This allows us to see the capacity and functionality of these components to find out how they are behaving and what diseases they are already showing and the diseases they are forecasting will strike.
Immunology Testing equips Magnus with the means to examine the exposure and reaction of the immune system to various harmful elements, both external and internal. Keeping tabs on the types of antibodies being produced helps to isolate the underlying causes.
This is done by identifying the unique antibodies produced by the body when foreign substances are present. When these antibodies are actively present, they serve as protection for the body against disease.
Science will never let things go unexplored. Especially when the goal is to improve the quality of human life. Included in the many way’s laboratory science improves lives, is the conducting of Clinical Trials and Clinical Studies.
These events play a critical part in discovering new drugs for cures, disease treatments, and ways to pre-emptively detect diseases.