Clinical Analysis Laboratory

Analysis performed

The Clinical Analysis Laboratory performs analysis of hematology, microbiology, coagulation, immunology, clinical chemistry and hormonal assays. The medical personnel assist the patient in assessing the appropriateness of the request for analysis and in interpreting the results.

 

Preventive Check-Up

Regular examinations are essential to maintain a good health state throughout the lifespan. Prevention targeted screening, based on physical characteristics, risk factors and stages of life are the most effective way to monitor their own health.   ➤   Read more

 

Home Samples

Nurses can take samples at home at the request of the patient. Samples will be taken from Monday to Saturday at 07:00 to 09:00, in the areas of San Giovanni, Ardeatino and EUR upon reservation. To arrange a home pickup, please contact the head nurse of the Outpatient Clinics at (Tel. +39 06.5150.11).

 

HIV testing

The examination of the HIV test requires the patient to present himself at the Chief of Staff Department (Monday to Friday, h. 09:00 - 18:00). The test results may only be retrieved by the patient and this may not be delegated to another.

Focus: CSF and Prothrombin Time

For inpatients admitted to the hospital, there is cerebrospinal fluid testing. CSF testing is of particular importance in the field of clinical neurology. For example, CSF examination is used as a support for magnetic resonance imaging for the early diagnosis of multiple sclerosis or to rule out other diseases. The lumbar puncture is also used to detect the Tau protein and the concentration of beta amyloid, two indicators of brain damage caused by Alzheimer's disease.

The prothrombin time is used to monitor anticoagulant therapy or to assess the hemostasis of the patient. The results of prothrombin (INR) may be requested by phone only if the patient has obtained written authorization from the Chief of Staff Department.

 

Highest Diagnostics Standards

The Clinical Analysis Laboratory warrants its standard diagnostic efficiency through internal and external quality controls. Internal controls monitor in real time the reliability of analytical results. A program of External Quality Assessment (VEQ) exists to assess the accuracy of the results and comparison with other analytical methods.

 

Non-Compliance

In case of unsuitable specimens the staff of Laboratory will contact by phone to request a new sample, without paying a new ticket or fee. A refund for tests not performed, such as sensitivity testing in the case of a sterile urine culture, can be requested at the Admissions Gates of the Outpatient Clinics.

 

Combating Infections

In collaboration with the Chief of Staff Department, the Clinical Analysis Laboratory is involved in the screening and monitoring of microorganisms resistant to antibiotics. Multi-drug resistance constitutes a danger to public health and an additional expense to the community at large. The objective is to analyze and prevent hospital infections caused by bacteria that develop on medical devices such as urinary catheters, venous and orthopedic implants.

 

The Clinical Laboratory Analysis collaborates with:

Exams - General information

To run effective tests is necessary to fast or refrain from eating and drinking for at least 8 to 10 hours. Small amounts of water can be taken. So as not to repeat exams or have unreliable results sugary drinks, alcohol, coffee and smoking must be avoided. Physical activity can affect the concentration of some serum components, so you should avoid strenuous exercise in the days prior to the exam. For tests to monitor drug therapy it is recommended that you maintain the normal dose of the drug. Bacteriological tests cannot be performed if there is an ongoing antibiotic therapy, but only after cessation of therapy for at least five days. For the best results for some diagnostic tests, you will find preparation instructions next to the name of the analysis.

 

For Genetic Tests please consult the Medical Genetic Clinic.

 

Regional Code

Analysis

Delivery time for Reports

Instructions to prepare for exam

 

90.19.2

 

17 BETA ESTRADIOL

 

same day

 

90.01.3

17 ketosteroids

7

24-h urine acidify the container

90.01.2

17 OH progesterone

5

 

 

ACE (angiotensin converting enzyme)

4

 

90.01.5

BILE ACIDS

4

 

90.02.1

ACID 5-OH indolacetic

7

24-h urine acidify the container

 

Homovanillic acid

10

24-h urine acidify the container

90.43.5

URIC ACID

same day

 

90.43.5

Urinary uric acid

same day

24-h urine alkalizing container

90.03.4

Valproic acid

5

 

90.03.5

ACID VANILLYMANDELIC

7

24-h urine acidify the container

90.15.2

ACTH (corticotropin)

4

 

90.04.1

ADH (antidiuretic hormone)

7

 

90.04.5

Alanine aminotransferase (ALT-GPT)

same day

 

90.05.1

ALBUMIN

same day

 

90.05.2

ALDOLASE

4

 

90.05.3

Aldosterone (supine)

4

The sampling is performed after the patient has been reclining for about two hours

90.05.3

Aldosterone (ortho)

4

The sampling is performed after 2 hours of standing or walking

90.05.3

Aldosterone 24h

4

24-h urine

90.05.4

ALFA 1 ANTITRYPSIN

4

 

90.06.1

ALFA 1 GLICOPROTEIN

same day

 

90.06.3

ALFA 2 macroglobulin

4

 

90.05.5

Alpha fetoprotein SERUM

same day

 

90.06.4

AMYLASE

same day

 

90.06.5

AMYLASE PANCREATIC

4

 

90.06.4

AMYLASE URINE

same day

24-h urine

90.07.5

AMMONIUM

same day

 

90.52.4

ANA SCREEN

4

 

90.08.1

Androstenediol glucuronide

9

 

 

Anisakis IgG

10

 

90.85.2

ANTIBIOGRAMMA

3

 

 

ANTIGENS ONCO NEURONAL Abs

20

 

90.57.5

ANTITROMBIN III

same day

 

90.77.2

APC RESISTANCE

6

 

90.08.4

APOLIPOPROTEIN A1

4

 

90.08.5

APOLIPOPROTEIN B

4

 

90.09.1

Haptoglobin

4

 

90.09.2

Aspartate aminotransferase (AST-GOT)

same day

 

90.44.1

Blood urea nitrogen (UREA)

same day

 

90.44.1

Azoturia

same day

24-h urine

90.86.1

BACTERIA IDENTIFICATION Biochemistry

4

 

 

BETA AMYLOID 1-42 (LIQUOR)

20

ONLY FOR PATIENTS

 

BETA 2 GLICOPROTEIN Abs IgG

5

 

 

BETA 2 GLICOPROTEIN IgM Abs

5

 

 

BETA 2 GLICOPROTEIN IgA Abs

5

 

90.10.1

BETA 2 MICROGLOBULIN

1

 

90.10.1

BETA 2 MICROGLOBULIN 24h

4

24-h urine

90.27.5

BETA HCG

same day

 

90.10.2

Bicarbonates

5

 

90.10.5

BILIRUBIN FRACTIONS

same day

 

90.10.4

BILIRUBIN TOTAL

same day

 

90.87.5

Borrelia burgdorferi IgG Abs

5

 

90.87.5

Borrelia burgdorferi IgM Abs

5

 

90.88.2

BRUCELLA Abs WRIGHT

8

 

90.60.1

C1 inactivator

4

 

90.60.2

C1Q

4

 

90.55.1

CA 125

same day

 

90.55.2

CA 15-3

same day

 

90.55.3

CA 19-9 (GICA)

same day

 

90.55.5

CA 50

6

 

90.56.1

CA 72-4

5

 

90.11.4

Calcium

same day

 

90.11.6

Ionized calcium

4

 

90.11.4

Calcium IN URINE

same day

24-h urine acidify the container

90.11.5

CALCITONIN

same day

 

90.12.1-90.12.2

KIDNEY STONE

5

Calculation

 

Fecal calprotectin

1

fecal matter

90.12.3

CARBAMAZEPINE

5

 

90.47.5

Cardiolipin IgA Abs

5

 

90.47.5

Cardiolipin IgG Abs

5

 

90.47.5

Cardiolipin IgM Abs

5

 

90.04.2-90.18.1

CATECHOLAMINES serum

10

 

90.04.3-90.18.1

CATECHOLAMINES TRACTS

11

24-h urine acidify the container

 

CDT carbohydrate-deficient transferrin

5

 

90.56.3

CEA

same day

 

90.48.1

Parietal cells Abs APCA

5

 

 

CENTROMERE CENP-B Abs

5

 

90.12.5

Ceruloplasmin

5

 

90.82.2

Chlamydia pneumoniae IgA Abs

5

 

90.82.2

Chlamydia pneumoniae IgG Abs

5

 

90.82.2

Chlamydia pneumoniae IgM Abs

5

 

90.82.2

Chlamydia trachomatis IgA Abs

5

 

90.82.2

Chlamydia trachomatis IgG Abs

5

 

90.82.2

Chlamydia trachomatis IgM Abs

5

 

90.13.2

CYCLOSPORINE

5

 

 

CYSTINE URINE

12

morning urine or 24 h urine

91.31.2

CYTOLOGICAL EXAMINATION (sputum) search for cancer cells

12

sputum

91.39.4

CYTOLOGICAL EXAMINATION (urine) to search cells neopalstiche

11

containers to be requested in the testing room

91.38.5

CYTOLOGICAL NECK VAGINAL (PAP TEST)

12

 

91.14.1

CYTOMEGALOVIRUS Abs IgG

1

 

91.14.3

CYTOMEGALOVIRUS IgM Abs

1

 

91.36.5-91.11.5

CYTOMEGALOVIRUS DNA QUANTITY

9

 

90.48.2

CYTOPLASM GRANULOCYTES NEUTROPHILS Abs ANCA

5

 

90.02.2

URINE Citrate

8

24 urine urine

90.15.5

CK MB

same day

 

 

CK-MB (MASS)

same day

 

90.13.3

CHLORINE

same day

 

90.13.3

CHLORINE URINE

same day

24-h urine

90.91.1

CLOSTRIDIUM DIFFICULT SEARCH toxin A / B + GDH

same day

fecal matter

 

COBALT

8

 

90.14.3

CHOLESTEROL

same day

 

90.14.1

HDL CHOLESTEROL

same day

 

90.14.2

LDL CHOLESTEROL

same day

 

90.14.4

CHOLINESTERASE (pseudocholinesterase)

same day

 

 

CHOLINESTERASE erythrocyte

10

 

90.60.2

COMPLEMENT C3

4

 

90.60.2

COMPLEMENT C4

4

 

90.58.2

COOMBS DIRECT

5

 

90.49.3

COOMBS INDIRECT

5

 

90.15.3

CORTISOL

same day

 

90.15.3

CORTISOL URINE

4

24-h urine acidify the container

91.16.1

COXACKIE VIRUS (B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6) IgG Abs

10

 

91.16.1

COXACKIE VIRUS (B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6) IgM Abs

10

 

90.15.4

Creatine kinase (CK)

same day

 

90.16.3

CREATININE

same day

 

90.16.4

CREATININE CLEARANCE

same day

24-h urine -The execution exam requires a blood sample at the end of the collection

90.16.3

CREATININE URINE 24H

same day

24-h urine

 

Chromogranin

5

 

 

CROSS-LAPS SERUM

2

 

 

CROSS LINKS URINE

9

24-h urine

90.39.4

CUPREMIA

5

 

90.26.4

Glucose curve

1

 

90.28.5

CURVE insulinemic

1

even if you run the glucose curve to see the signs of the blood glucose curve

90.61.3

CYFRA 21

5

 

90.61.5

D-dimer

same day

 

90.17.3

DELTA 4 ANDROSTENEDIONE

10

 

90.17.1

DHEA

5

 

90.17.2

DHEA-S

5

 

90.21.1

Digoxin

5

 

90.17.5

Dihydrotestosterone (DHT)

5

 

 

DYSBIOSIS TEST

10

morning urine

90.48.3

NATIVE DNA Abs QUANTITY

5

 

91.09.1

DNase B Abs

11

 

 

DNA-SS Abs

11

 

90.28.4

DOSAGE LIGHT CHAINS KAPPA / LAMBDA serum

4

 

90.28.4

DOSAGE LIGHT CHAINS KAPPA / LAMBDA TRACTS

4

24-h urine

90.92.2

ECHINOCOCCUS Abs IgG

7

 

90.38.4

ELECTROPHORESIS serum proteins INCLUDED DOSAGE TOTAL PROTEIN

3

 

90.39.1

URINARY PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS INCLUDING DOSAGE URINARY PROTEIN

8

24-h urine

90.62.2

Complete blood cell count

same day

 

90.66.3

ELECTROPHORESIS HEMOGLOBIN

5

 

90.28.1

Glycosylated hemoglobin A1C

same day

 

 

ENA JO ANTIGEN 1 Abs

4

 

 

ENA ANTIGEN SCL 70 Abs

4

 

 

ENA ANTIGEN SM Abs

5

 

 

ENA ANTIGEN SM / RNP Abs

5

 

 

ENA ANTIGEN SSA (Ro) Abs

4

 

 

ENA ANTIGEN SSB (La) Abs

4

 

90.47.3

ENA SCREEN

5

 

90.52.5

Endomysium IgA Abs

5

 

90.52.5

Endomysium IgG Abs

5

 

91.21.1

EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS Abs IgG (EBNA)

4

 

91.36.5-91.11.5

EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS DNA

10

 

91.21.1

EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS EA Early IgG Abs

4

 

91.21.1

EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS VCA IgG Abs

4

 

91.21.1

EPSTEIN BARR VIRUS VCA IgM Abs

4

 

90.18.5

ERYTHROPOIETIN

4

 

90.93.3

EXAMINING CULTURE DIFFERENT BIOLOGICAL SAMPLES

5

sterile containers

90.94.2

EXAMINATION OF CULTURE 'URINE (urine culture)

4

morning urine

90.94.3

EXAMINATION STOOL CULTURE (coproculture)

5

fecal matter

90.94.3

EXAMINATION STOOL CULTURE (SEARCH SALMONELLA)

5

fecal matter

90.93.3

EXAMINING CULTURE SPUTUM

3

SPUTUM

90.93.3

EXAMINING CULTURE LIQUID SEMINAL

3

LIQUID SEMINAL

90.93.5

EXAMINING CULTURE BUFFER HEADSET

3

 

90.93.5

EXAMINING CULTURE BUFFER MOUTH

3

The examination requires fasting

90.93.3

EXAMINING CULTURE BUFFER conjunctival

3

 

90.93.3

EXAM PAD SKIN CULTURE

3

 

91.09.2

EXAMINING CULTURE BUFFER PHARYNGEAL

3

the exam requires fasting

90.93.5

EXAMINING CULTURE PAD TONGUE

3

the exam requires fasting

90.93.5

EXAMINING CULTURE PAD NOSE

3

 

90.30.4

EXAMINATION cerebrospinal fluid

same day

ONLY FOR PATIENTS

91.40.5

HISTOLOGICAL EXAMINATION SKIN-SOFT TISSUE

11

the histological material must be intact in containers containing 10% formalin

91.44.1

Histopathology APP.UROGENITALE: Needle biopsy prostatic

11

 

90.19.3

Estriol SERUM IN PREGNANCY

5

 

90.19.5

ESTRONE

10

 

90.64.3

FACTOR II (PROTHROMBIN)

 

 

91.30.2-91.36.5X1-91.36.1X1

FACTOR II DNA (G20210 A)

10

 

90.64.3

FACTOR V

10

 

90.64.3

Factor VII

17

 

90.64.3

FACTOR VIII c

17

 

91.30.2-91.36.5X1-91.36.1X1

Factor V Leiden (G1691A Mutation)

10

 

90.21.3

STOOL SOLD

1

not run on Saturday

90.21.4

STOOL BLOOD HIDDEN

2

fecal matter

90.22.1

PHENYTOIN

5

 

90.22.3

FERRITIN

same day

 

90.65.1

FIBRINOGEN

same day

 

90.23.2

FOLATI (SOLUBLE)

same day

 

90.23.4

Acid phosphatase TOTAL

5

 

90.23.5

ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE

same day

 

90.24.1

Bone alkaline phosphatase SPECIFICATION

5

 

90.24.2

PROSTATE phosphatase (PAP)

5

 

 

PHOSPHOLIPIDS

4

 

90.24.5

PHOSPHORUS

same day

 

90.24.5

PHOSPHORUS URINE

same day

24-h urine

90.25.1

Fructosamine TEST

5

 

90.23.3

FSH

same day

 

 

GAD65 (glutamic acid decarboxylase ANTIC.ANTI)

7

 

 

GANGLIOSIDES FULL PROFILE Abs IgG

20

 

 

GANGLIOSIDES FULL PROFILE IgM Abs

20

 

90.26.1

Gastrin

5

 

90.25.5

Glutamyltranspeptidase GAMMA (GAMMA GT)

same day

 

90.49.5

Deamidated gliadin IgA Abs

5

 

90.49.5

Deamidated gliadin IgG Abs

5

 

90.27.1

GLUCOSE

same day

 

90.27.1

Postprandial glucose

1

It runs two hours after lunch

90.27.1 XN.

GLUCOSE PROFILE

1

times are determined by the doctor who prescribed the examination

90.27.1

GLYCOSURIA

same day

24-h urine

90.27.1 XN.

Glycosuria FRACTIONS

same day

times are determined by the doctor who prescribed the test that is performed on urine emitted at certain times

90.27.2

Glucose-6-PDH erythrocyte

5

 

90.65.3

GROUP AND RH FACTOR

4

 

91.17.2

HAV (Hepatitis A Virus) IgM Abs

4

 

91.17.1

HAV (Hepatitis A Virus) Abs TOTAL

4

 

91.17.5

HBcAb (HEPATITIS B VIRUS CORE) Abs

same day

 

91.18.1

HBcAb (CORE VIRUS HEPATITIS B) IgM Abs

4

 

91.18.2

HBeAb (ANTIGEN HEPATITIS B VIRUS) Abs

same day

 

91.18.4

HBeAg (Antigen and VIRUS HEPATITIS B)

same day

 

91.18.3

HBsAb QUANTITY (DOSAGE VIRUS HEPATITIS B) SURFACE Abs

same day

 

91.18.5

HBsAg (HEPATITIS B VIRUS SURFACE ANTIGEN)

1

 

91.19.1

HBsAg (HEPATITIS B VIRUS SURFACE ANTIGEN) TEST FOR CONFIRMATION

4

 

91.36.5-91.17.3

HBV DNA QUANTITY

11

 

91.19.5

HCV Abs SCREENING

1

 

91.20.1

RIBA HCV (Hepatitis C Virus) Abs TEST FOR CONFIRMATION

9

 

91.20.2

HCV RNA Genotype (to ask with HCV RNA qualitative or quantitative)

11

 

91.19.3

HCV RNA QUALITY

9

 

91.19.4

HCV RNA QUANTITY

11

 

91.20.3

HDV (VIRUS HEPATITIS DELTA) Abs

9

 

90.94.4

HELICOBACTER PYLORI IgG Abs

5

 

90.94.5

HELICOBACTER PYLORI ANTIGEN FECAL SEARCH

same day

fecal matter

 

HE4 (Ovarian Cancer MARKERS)

5

 

91.22.1

Herpes 1 IgG Abs

5

 

91.22.1

HERPES 1-2 IgM Abs

5

 

91.22.1

Herpes 2 IgG Abs

5

 

90.35.1

HGH (growth hormone)

6

 

91.22.5

HIV-1 / HIV-2 RIBA TEST FOR CONFIRMATION

4

 

91.23.2

HIV 1-2 Abs / p24 Ag

1

 

90.57.3

HLA B27 DNA

10

 

90.50.2

HLA TYPING CLASS I (Loci A / B / C)

13

 

91.26.3

HTLV 1/2 Abs screening

8

 

90.28.2

HYDROXYPROLINE URINE 24h

12

24-h urine

90.68.1

SPECIFIC IgE (RAST)

6

 

90.68.3

IgE TOTAL (PRIST)

 

 

90.69.1

Circulating immune complexes (CIC or CCI)

8

 

90.69.2

Immunofixation SERUM

5

 

90.69.2

Urinary immunofixation

5

24-h urine

90.69.4

IMMUNOGLOBULINS IgA

same day

 

90.69.4

Immunoglobulins IgG

same day

 

90.69.4

IMMUNOGLOBULINS IgM

same day

 

90.68.4

IMMUNOGLOBULINS IgG4 (1,2,3,4)

5

 

 

PHI CONTENTS (INDEX OF PROSTATE HEALTH)

6

 

 

Inhibin B

20

 

 

INDEX HOMA

0

 

90.50.5

INSULA ICA Abs

9

 

90.29.1

INSULIN

same day

 

90.51.1

INSULIN Abs

5

 

 

Urinary iodine

12

24-h urine

 

FOOD INTOLERANCE 110 FOOD HIGEA MEDITERRANEAN DIET

7

 

 

FOOD INTOLERANCE 40 FOOD HIGEA

7

 

 

ISOENZYMES ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE

5

 

90.46.5

LAC (lupus anticoagulant)

4

 

 

LAMOTRIGINE

6

 

90.29.4

LACTATE ON LIQUOR

same day

ONLY FOR PATIENTS

90.29.2

LDH

same day

 

90.95.3

LEGIONELLA PNEUMOPHILA Abs Ig TOTAL

6

 

90.95.5

LEGIONELLA ANTIGEN PNEUMOPHILA INSTANT SEARCH

5

morning urine

 

LEVETIRACETAM (KEPPRA)

7

 

90.32.3

LH

same day

 

90.30.2

LIPASE

same day

 

90.30.3

LIPOPROTEIN to

4

 

90.97.1

LISTERIA Abs Ig TOTAL

6

 

90.32.2

LITHIUM

5

 

90.32.5

MAGNESIUM

same day

 

90.32.5

MAGNESIUM URINARY

same day

24-h urine acidify the container

 

Metanephrine URINE 24H

8

24-h urine acidify the container

 

METOSSIAMINE PLASMA

10

 

91.02.4

MYCOBACTERIA SAMPLES IN BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH MICROSCOPIC

4

same way culturing biological samples

90.33.4

MICROALBUMINURIA

same day

morning urine

90.33.4

MICROALBUMINURIA 24H

same day

24-h urine

90.51.5

Microsome LKM Abs

5

 

90.51.4

Microsomal Abs

4

 

90.26.4

MINICURVA glycemic

same day

 

90.33.5

Myoglobin

same day

 

90.52.1

MITOCHONDRIA Abs (AMA)

5

 

91.21.3

Monotest (Epstein BARR heterophile Ab)

same day

 

91.24.3

MEASLES IgG Abs

5

 

91.24.3

MEASLES IgM Abs

5

 

90.52.2

Abs SMOOTH MUSCLE (ASMA)

5

 

90.52.3

STRIPED MUSCLE Abs (HEART)

10

 

91.02.5

Mycoplasma pneumoniae IgG Abs

5

 

91.02.5

Mycoplasma pneumoniae IgM Abs

5

 

 

Normetanephrine

8

24-h urine acidify the container

90.18.4

NSE (neuron specific enolase)

6

 

 

NUMBER DIBUCAINE

5

 

 

HOMOCYSTEINE

same day

 

91.30.1

HOMOCYSTEINE DNA (MTHFR) A1298C

10

 

91.30.1

HOMOCYSTEINE DNA (MTHFR) C677T

10

 

 

Anti-Müllerian hormone

9

 

90.34.5

Placental lactogen hormone (HPL)

6

 

 

Osmolarity 'SERUM

10

 

 

Osmolarity 'URINE

10

morning urine

90.35.3

OXALATE URINE 24 h

7

24-h urine acidify the container

90.35.4

Osteocalcin

1

 

 

Oxcarbazepine

7

 

90.53.1

OVARY Abs

8

 

91.05.1

INTESTINAL PARASITES

1

 not run on Saturday

90.35.5

Parathyroid hormone (PTH)

1

 

91.25.1

MUMPS IgG Abs

5

 

91.25.1

Mumps IgM Abs

5

 

90.11.1

PEPTIDE C

5

 

90.42.4

PERCENTAGE OF Transferrin Saturation

1

 

90.87.4

PERTUSSIS Abs IgG

5

 

90.87.4

PERTUSSIS IgM Abs

5

 

90.09.3

Phenobarbital

same day

 

90.71.3

PLATES (COUNT) in sodium citrate

same day

 

90.53.2

PLATES Abs

8

 

90.36.3

BLOOD LEAD

6

 

 

Erythrocyte pyruvate

10

 

90.37.4

POTASSIUM

same day

 

90.37.4

Potassium URINE

same day

24-h urine

 

PRO BNP

3

 

 

Procalcitonin

4

 

 

P-RIBOSOME

4

 

90.38.1

PROGESTERONE

same day

 

90.38.2

PROLACTIN

same day

 

90.72.2

PROTEIN C coagulation

7

 

90.72.3

C-REACTIVE PROTEIN

same day

 

90.72.4

PROTEIN S FREE

7

 

90.38.5

TOTAL PROTEIN

same day

 

90.38.5

PROTEINURIA

same day

24-h urine

 

PROTEIN TAU LIQUOR

20

ONLY FOR PATIENTS

 

TESTS EMOGENICHE (BLEEDING TIME)

same day

 

90.56.5

PSA

same day

 

 

PSA FREE

same day

 

 

PSA RATIO

same day

 

 

QuantiFERON TB

14

It runs from Monday to Thursday-no before holidays

90.39.4

COPPER IN URINE

10

24-h urine

90.64.2

TEST RA (rheumatoid factors)

same day

 

 

Soluble transferrin receptor (STFR)

4

 

 

Acetylcholine receptors Abs

9

 

90.53.5

RECEPTORS TSH Abs (TRAB)

5

 

90.40.2

DIRECT RENIN (Clino)

5

The sampling is performed after the patient has been reclined for about two hours

90.40.2

DIRECT RENIN (Garden)

5

The sampling is performed after 2 hours of standing or walking

90.74.3

OSMOTIC RESISTANCE

8

 

 

Reticulin IgA Abs

5

 

90.74.5

RETIcULocYTEs (search)

1

 

90.98.4

SEARCH CANDIDA FECAL

5

fecal matter

91.06.5

Rickettsia CONORI IgG-IgM

12

 

 

RNP Abs

4

 

91.26.4

RUBELLA IgG Abs

1

 

91.26.4

RUBELLA IgM Abs

1

 

90.20.4

Salicylates

4

 

91.07.3

SALMONELLA Widal Abs

5

 

90.57.1

SCC (SQUAMOS CANCER CELL) Antigen (TA-4)

5

 

90.93.2

SCOTCH – TEST (RESEARCH pinworms)

1

slides to be collected from the testing room

 

SEROTONIN SERUM

10

 

 

SHBG

7

 

90.22.5

Sideremia

same day

 

90.40.4

SODIUM

same day

 

90.40.4

URINARY SODIUM

same day

24-h urine

 

Somatomedin C (IGF-1)

4

 

 

ST2 PRESAGE

17

 

 

STREPTOZYME

5

 

90.54.3

Adrenal Abs

8

 

90.26.2

TBG (THYROXINE binding globulin)

6

 

90.75.4

TIME PROTHROMBIN PT (prothrombin activity in% of normal)

same day

 

90.76.1

TIME THROMBOPLASTIN PTT

same day

 

90.41.2

THEOPHYLLINE

5

 

90.27.3

PREGNANCY TEST

same day

morning urine

 

TEST NORDIN

8

urine of two hours

 

RAPID TEST: STREPTO A (Ag)

same day

 

90.41.3

TESTOSTERONE

same day

 

90.41.4

TESTOSTERONE FREE

5

 

90.42.5-90.22.5

TIBC CAPACITY 'IRON BINDER

1

 

90.81.5

TYPING LYMPHOCYTE COMPLETE

10

It runs from Monday to Thursday-not before holidays

90.41.5

THYROGLOBULIN

same day

 

90.54.4

THYROGLOBULIN Abs

same day

 

90.51.4

Thyroperoxidase Abs

same day

 

 

THYROXINE (T4)

4

 

90.42.3

THYROXINE FREE (FT4)

same day

 

 

TITLE ANTISTAFILOLISINICO

5

 

91.08.5

Anti-streptolysin O (TAS)

same day

 

 

Topiramate

7

 

91.09.4

Toxoplasma gondii IgG Abs

1

 

91.09.4

Toxoplasma IgM Abs

1

 

91.56.4

TPA

4

 

91.10.5

TPHA QUANTITY

2

 

90.42.5

LJUBLJANA

same day

 

90.42.4

LJUBLJANA unsaturated (UIBC)

1

 

 

Transglutaminase IgA Abs

4

 

 

Transglutaminase IgG Abs

4

 

90.10.2

Treponema pallidum IgG Abs

5

 

90.10.2

Treponema pallidum IgM Abs

5

 

90.43.2

TRIGLYCERIDES

same day

 

 

Triiodothyronine (T3)

4

 

90.43.3

Free triiodothyronine (FT3)

same day

 

 

Tryptase

12

 

90.82.3

Troponin T HIGH SENSITIVITY '

same day

 

90.42.1

TSH 3rd generation ULTRA

same day

 

 

UREA CLEARANCE

same day

24-h urine

90.44.3

URINE COMPLETE (EXAMINATION CHEMICAL – PHYSICAL MICROSCOPIC)

same day

morning urine

91.27.1

VARICELLA Abs IgG

5

 

91.27.1

VARICELLA IgM Abs

5

 

91.11.1

VDRL (RPR)

1

 

90.82.5

VES

same day

 

91.25.5

RESPIRATORY VIRUS SYNCYTIAL Abs IgG

8

 

91.25.5

RESPIRATORY VIRUS SYNCYTIAL IgA Abs

8

 

91.45.1

VITAMIN B1 (SOLUBLE)

10

 

90.13.5

VITAMIN B12 (SOLUBLE)

same day

 

90.44..5

VITAMIN D (25 OH) (LIPO)

same day

 

90.74.2

WAALER – ROSE

2

 

91.07.1

WEIL FELIX

7

 

91.08.1

Widal WRIGHT

5

 

90.45.4

ZINC

4

 

Service Hours for Sampling

To access the services of the Clinical Analysis Laboratory any booking isn’t required. Analysis Opening hours: Monday to Saturday, 07:00 – 10:00. Before going to the testing room Admission must be carried out at the Clinics Admission Office (via Ardeatina, 306 – 00179 Rome)

 

How to Access the Services

SSN (NHS) – In agreement wiht the National Health Service. Due to the limited number of performances that the Santa Lucia Foundation is authorized to provide in agreement with the National Health Service (SSN), this access mode is only available to people exempt from NHS-Fee (priority for the weaker segment of the population). This option requires a prescription from your primary physician. You cannot choose your specialist.

SIMP – Simple solution offered by the Santa Lucia Foundation as alternative to the National Health Service (SSN). Cost to the patient is comparable to the ticket for NHS performance. This option does not require a prescription from your primary physician.

Private - Access to Laboratory services with direct payment or health insurance.

Management and Retrieval of Lab Reports

Reports can be picked up at the Information Office of the Clinics (via Ardeatina, 306 – 00179 Rome) from the date noticed on the module for retrieval. If necessary, the patient may require a partial or complete report before the date indicated by the module. The special request must be submitted in advance of the report to the staff of the testing room. The staff will notice the date required on the NHS prescription of physician (“red form”).

Reports can be collected by the patient or other person in possession of: 1) written proxy, 2) photocopy of patient’s identification document, 3) his/her own identification document

Reports are available: Monday to Friday, h. 8:00 - 19:00; Saturday, h. 8:00 - 13:00.

Reports must be collected within 30 days from the date specified on the module for retrieval. After 30 days the patient will have to repay the full cost of the services provided.

In case of a high pathological value the Laboratory will make telephone contact with the patient or the physician who requested the analysis. Some urgent conditions may require repeat sampling.

Clinical Laboratory Analysis

Via Ardeatina, 306 – 00179 Rome

Tel. +39 06.5150.1318 / -1319

Fax +39 06.5150.1553

lab.analisi@hsantalucia.it