Lab & Pathology

Laboratory and pathology services are an Anatomic Pathology full-service reference laboratory with emphasis on cytopathology,

Prof. Dr. K.A.R. Sayeed MBBS

Prof. Dr. K.A.R. Sayeed MBBS, M.Phil, Dip. Bact, Ph.D, F.C.P.S.
Head of the Department
& Chief Consultant Laboratory Services

histopathology, hematological malignancies, immunohistochemistry, image analysis, consulting and statistical reports. KYAMCH provides a full-range of professional anatomic and clinical pathology services to hospitals, doctors, and physician-owned laboratories. We are committed to providing local, point-of-care services and to being accessible as pathology consultants. As a result, it is our privilege to work with hospitals, physicians, and laboratories recognized for excellence and state-of-the-art technology.

KYAMCH specialists in cytology and surgical pathology provide excellence in diagnostic and prognostic medical services.

KYAMCH Laboratory / Pathology Division also offer

  • Second opinion pathology services
  • Subspecialty consultative services
  • Optimize primary and specialty health care in community.
  • Clinical laboratory management and medical direction
  • Pre-inspection laboratory evaluation
  • Educational and clinical conferencing/teaching
  • Intra-office frozen section lab services
  • Grossing services

Pathologists are specialized in identifying the nature, origin, progress, and cause of disease by analyzing body tissues and fluids. Anatomic pathologists perform autopsies and analyze tissues taken from patients during surgery or by biopsy. Clinical pathologists, on the other hand, analyze chemicals and cells in blood, sputum, bone marrow, and urine to diagnose disease. The Pathology Division’s emphasis on sub-specialization allows us to cover most areas of anatomic and clinical pathology, with a pathologist specifically trained in the areas below.

Anatomic Pathology

  • Dermatopathology (analysis of tissue from the skin)
  • Gastrointestinal Pathology (analysis of tissue from the gastrointestinal tract)Anatomic Pathology
  • Hematopathology (analysis of the immune system and tissue from the lymph system)
  • Gynecologic Pathology (analysis of tissue from female reproductive system)
  • Pulmonary Pathology (analysis of tissue from the lungs)
  • Renal Pathology (analysis of tissue from the kidneys)
  • Cytopathology (analysis of cells to look for damage or disease)
  • Soft Tissue Pathology (analysis of soft tissue)
  • Breast Pathology (analysis of tissue from the breast)
  • Urologic Pathology (analysis of tissue from the urinary and urogenital tract)
  • Flow Cytometry (the use of antibodies to diagnose leukemias and lymphomas)
  • Molecular Pathology (analysis at the molecular level)
  • Grossing services

Clinical Pathology

  • Transfusion Medicine (analysis of how blood, blood components, or bone marrow is transferred from a healthy donor into the bloodstream of somebody who has lost blood or who has a blood disorder)Clinical Pathology
  • Coagulation/Thrombosis (analysis of blood clotting)
  • Immunology (analysis of the way the immune system works in the body, including allergies, resistance to disease, and acceptance or rejection of foreign tissue)
  • Hematology (analysis of the blood and diseases of the blood)
  • Microbiology/Parasitology (analysis of microscopic organisms and parasites)
  • Laboratory Medical Directorship
  • Grossing services

Our Pathological Tests

MICROBIOLOGY

  • BacteriologyMICROBIOLOGY
  • Mycobacteriology
  • Mycology
  • Parasitology
  • Virology

DIAGNOSTIC IMMUNOLOGY

  • Syphilis Serology
  • General Immunology

CHEMISTRY

  • Routine Chemistry
  • Endocrinology
  • Toxicology

HEMATOLOGY

HEMATOLOGY

  • Cell Identification
  • WBC Differentialy
  • Erythrocyte Count
  • Hematocrit
  • Hemoglobin
  • Leukocyte Count
  • Platelet Count
  • Fibrinogen
  • Partial Thromboplastin Time
  • Prothrombin Time

IMMUNOHEMATOLOGY

  • ABO Group
  • D(Rho) Typing
  • Unexpected Antibody Detection
  • Compatibility Testing
  • Antibody Identification

OTHERS

  • Transfusion Medicine
  • Urine & Stoll
  • Coagulation
  • Cytology

Blood Bank

The primary aim of the Blood Bank is to provide quality medical care to patients by dispensing safe and good quality blood and its Blood Bankcomponents for transfusions, to promote voluntary blood donation and to discharge its responsibility to donors who provide blood.

The main functions of the department are:

1. Proper blood collection facilities

  • By proper donor selection
  • Safe procedures for bleeding donors
  • Promotion of voluntary blood donation and motivation of donors to return for donationProper blood collection facilities
  • Ensuring confidentiality of donor record
  • Providing information to donors
  • Optimal testing, preservation and utilization of blood
  • Providing properly grouped and cross-matched blood

2. Detection of transfusion transmitted infections

  • Providing specially processed blood for patients requiring repeated transfusions
  • Ensuring optimal utilization of blood by preparing blood components
  • Proper preservation of blood
  • Prompt and appropriate disposal of unsafe blood
  • Promptly provide blood, round the clock.
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