The basic haematology analysis
Our hematological laboratories examine all parameters defining the current state of haemostasis and perform examinations for the detection of immune-hematological diseases and disorders. The basic hematological examination is understood as an examination of blood count which can be extended to other, specific examinations according to needs and demands of doctors (such as examinations of thrombophilic factors, factors of the pro-thrombin complex etc.).
The range of hematological examinations is divided into two main groups – a numeric cytology (the number of hematocytes) and cytomorphology.
We examine the cytology and cytomorphology from the peripheral blood and a bone marrow. The basic examination is the blood count. In each sample it is possible to examine both reticulocytes and the differential leukogram. Cytomorphology is examined by an automat for making and dyeing of blood smears which are, in case of suspicion for any hematological disease, evaluated microscopically in a visual and digital way. The examination is complemented by ALP (Alkaline Phosphatase) cytochemistry examination of siderocytes and sideroblasts.
Besides that, we perform also examinations of ALP, sideroblasts, MPO (Myeloperoxidase), acid phosphatase and non-specific esterase.