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Peanut Allergy 19-07-2013
Patient Brochures

For parents, the diagnosis of peanut allergy is fraught with fear and apprehension; the chance that severe allergy may occure is of most concer. For doctors, the present tests significantly over-diagnose peanut allergy.

Blood Pressure keeping it in check 22-07-2013
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High blood pressure (hypertension) is one of the biggest risk factors in heart disease, stroke and many other health problems.It's often called the 'silent killer' because it has no real symptoms. If you have hypertension it needs to be diagnosed, monitored and treated.

Blood pressure testing is most effective when carried out continuously over a 24-hour period (Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring - ABPM).

Pap tests 22-07-2013
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Pap tests, road safety and you - The key to women's health
Pathology testing and Neuroendocrine tumours NETs 30-10-2013
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What are Neuroendocrine tumours (NETs) - NETs are relatively uncommon tumours that develop from neuroendocrine cells. These cells are present in many organs throughout the body and their job is to release hormones - chemical messengers that regulate bodily functions.

New test for Crohn's Disease and ulcerative colitis 12-06-2014
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Tens of thousands of Australians live with the debilitating symptoms of Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis-the two conditions that come under the heading inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). They can play havoc with everyday lives and have serious consequences if left untreated. Although they affect different areas of the gastrointestinal tract in different ways, they do have similarities.

 

Privacy and Pathology 02-07-2014
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Pathology is a specialist medical service.

The quality of our service depends on information, including what we collect from you.

This brochure shows what you might expect from Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology under the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs).

How do you know if you have an STI? You don't 20-08-2014
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How do you know if you have an STI? You don't!

The only way to find out is with a pathology test.

Many people have an STI and have no symptoms. They don't know until it's too late - which is how infections spread so easily. For instance, about 90% of people with chlamydia have no symptoms.

 

Understanding your fertility, the eggtimer test 17-12-2014
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If you are among the many women who would like to have children but don't expect to be starting a family until you are in your 30s, the anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) test will help you assess your future fertility.

Non-invasive Prenatal Testing 26-06-2015
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Pregnancy can raise a whole range of emotions, from delight to ambivalence, through to fear and anxiety around the health of your developing baby.
Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) is a major revolution in the type of prenatal screening that is now available to pregnant women, and the doctors caring for them. NIPT is a blood test that can tell you with remarkable accuracy whether your baby is a risk of developing the most common chromosomal abnormalities (Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome or Patau syndrome) as well as abnormalities with the X and Y sex chromosomes.
NIPT can be performed as early as 10 weeks or later in pregnancy.
Sonic Genetics has reviewed the available NIPT tests and concluded that the HarmonyTM Prenatal Test provides you with significant benefits over other NIPTs. These benefits have been substantiated in extensive international tests and reported in medical journals.
Testing for Type 2 Diabetes 28-07-2015
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This brochure explains the testing required to screen, diagnose and manage type 2 diabete -the most common form of diabetes in Australia, type 2 diabetes, often produces no symptoms, especially in the early stages. It is estimated that about half of those people with type 2 go undiagnosed. People with type 2 diabetes are insulin resistant, which means their body's cells don't respond properly to insulin. Type 2 is progressive - without intervention it gets worse over time. It is treated with medication that helps reduce the amount of glucose int he blood. Sometimes insulin is needed as well.

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