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Receive your Warfarin results by SMS 31-07-2017
Patient Brochures

Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology's Warfarin Care patients, or their carers, can now recieve INR, dose instructions and next test date by SMS.

How do you know if you have an STI? You don't 15-08-2017
Patient Brochures

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.

 

Non-invasive Prenatal Testing 27-09-2017
Patient Brochures

When you are pregnant, your blood contains fragments of your baby's DNA. A non-invasive prenatal test analyses this DNA in a sample of your blood, to assess the chance of trisomy 21  (Down syndrome) and two other genetic conditions, trisomy 18 (Edwards syndrome) and trisomy 13 (Patau syndrome). While some genetic conditions run in families, these chromosomal disorders typically do not. They can happen in any pregnancy. Although the chance of such conditions increases with age, most babies with Down syndrome are born to women under 35 years of age.

Pathology and Pregnancy 05-01-2018
Patient Brochures

Patient brochure on pathology tests during pregnancy.

Holter Monitor 14-03-2018
Patient Brochures

Holter Monitor: Information for patients

Whenever your heart beats the process is started by an electrical impulse in the top right hand corner of your heart. This impulse then travels in a diagonal direction to the bottom left hand corner of your heart and spreads to various other parts of the heart along the way causing the muscles of the heart to contract and make the heart beat.

Skin Cancer 20-04-2018
Patient Brochures

A skin cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the skin. These abnormal cells usually arise from prolonged exposure to sunlight, which can alter the genetic makeup of the cells, causing the cells to mutate. These mutated cells then continue to replicate and a skin cancer can form.

BRCA1 and BRCA2 testing information for patients 12-10-2018
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BRCA1 and BRCA2 are the genes best known as being associated with an inherited risk of developing breast and ovarian cancers. Medicare now offers rebates for BRCA gene testing.

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