Bios NatureCure Clinic

BNC Clinical Investigation Techniques

Biochemistry - the study of molecular basis of life, opens the gateway to the understanding of hte common molecular patternss and principles that underlie the diverse expressions of life.  Biochemistry is concerned mainly with molcular events in the cell.

The single cell is the functional unit of the body.  A great multitude of cells unite to form a tissue. Many tissues combine into an organ. Organs aggregate into a body system.

But how does a single cell give rise to cells as different as those in the muscle, the brain, and the liver? How do cells find one another in forming complex organs? How is growth of cells controlled?

What is the mechanism of memory? How does light elicit a nerve impulse in the retina?  What are the causes of cancer? What are the causes of schizophrenia?

And changes in the order of molecular layers may significantly alter the properties of cells and tissues. Interference with an enzyme system may produce disease.  The molecular mechanisms of diseases are being elucidated, as examplified by sickle-cell anaemia and the large number of inborn errors of metabolism.

Biochemistry techniques investigate these normal and abnormal states while offering specific remedies in appropriate cases.


Biochemistry Approach to Differential Diagnosis -

Blood/Urine Analysis

Biochemical analysis of body fluids and body discharges form an integral part of our root-cause diagnosis rather than diagnosis based on assumptive speculations.

Our biochemistry laboratory, in its clinical investigation, runs assays on blood and urine samples, using advanced analytical systems that may indicate progressive changes from which is built up a dynamic picture of an individual organ system's chemical activities.

Below are some of the estimations of our clinical chemistry

Urea  Calcium
Uric Acid  Lactate Dehydrogenase
Glucose  (LH, LDH)
Cholesterol  Amylase
 Total Bilirubin  Alanine Aminotransterase
 Haemaglobin  Aspartate Aminotransterase
 Creatinine  Alkaline Phosphate
 Triglycerides  Hydrogen Ion Concentration
 Total Protein  Triphosphate
 Potassium  Mucous
 Sodium  Chlorides

 Brochure pic 2Computerised Reflectance spectroscopy technician assaying blood haemaglobin.

The above perameters give precise valuable interpretation of nervous system, cardiovascular, renal, hepatic and biliary tract diagnoses.  In addition to the above, the lab also conducts further investigations:

 Primo Cancer Test
 Bacterialolgical analyses
 Faecal pathogens
 Fungi Examination of hair, skin and nail
 Sputum and ansopharyngeal aspirate for microbiological examination
 Pregnancy test
 Blood level alcohol estimation
 White cell count
 Blood film



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