The Haematology unit offers haemostasis, coagulation and special tests. It is primarily dedicated to the study of blood, a determination in which the erythrocyte (red), leukocyte (white) and platelet series are measured globally and as a percentage.
Other parameters are also analysed, such as the screening of coagulation tests and special tests, which help to determine disorders in blood coagulation, and follow-up.
The data obtained can be of great importance in certain pathological situations, of greater or lesser clinical entity, always accompanied by cytological and immune-haematological studies.
Basic automated haematology
- Haemogram and formula
- Manual review of cytomorphological alterations
- Cell count in biological fluids
- Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR)
- Cytological diagnosis in peripheral blood
- Cytology in biological fluids
- Studies in bone marrow and hematopoietic tissues
- Immunocytochemical and immunophenotyping techniques
- Coagulation tests
- Studies of coagulation factors and proteins
- Study of haemolytic anaemias
- Determination of blood groups
- Study of irregular antibodies