Interpretation of COVID-19 RT PCR positive and negative results
RT-PCR for SARS-CoV-2 is a diagnostic test designed for detecting the virus in respiratory
Pathologists Lancet Kenya
As a diagnostic, monitoring and screening laboratory, Pathologists Lancet Kenya Limited, provides: Laboratory Routine, Specialised, and Esoteric tests from stand alone lab facilities and in partnerships with other well-known Institutions or Organisations.
Our Laboratory services are offered to doctors and their patients in Clinics, Hospitals, Industrial & Corporate sectors, Insurance, and outreach programmes. We also serve clinical trials and research groups through public-private-partnerships and engage with Governmental and NGO agencies. Our goal is to be efficient by providing diagnostic excellence at Pathologists Lancet Kenya. We adhere to the international criteria set out by ISO standards in all our service points. Our main laboratory is ISO15189 certified and accredited by SANAS since 2010, while our other key branch laboratories are accredited by KENAS.
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To provide Africa with the best medical diagnostic solutions at world-class standards to improve the quality of life of communities.
Equity in Health
Pathologists’ Corner | 2022-08-18
Lipoprotein (a) also referred to as Lp (a) is structurally similar to LDL- C with the exception of the presence of apolipoprotein (a) or apo (a) moiety attached to its apo B component1. Apo(a) shares homology with the fibrin binding domain of plasminogen leading to impaired conversion to its active form plasmin.
D – dimer
Pathologists’ Corner | 0001-01-01
D dimer has been in use for almost three decades, as a screening tool for Venous thromboembolism (VTE)¹. It is one of many Fibrin degradation products (FDP) produced after a clot is degraded by the process of fibrinolysis. FDPs come in a variety of molecular weights.