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Faeces Collection: Occult Blood 27-05-2016
Patient Test Collection Instructions

This test is useful in detecting whether blood (which may not be visible to the eye) is present in your faeces which can be an indication of infection or disease.
This test requires you to collect a sample of your faeces.

Urine Drug Screen (UDS) 12-07-2016
Patient Test Collection Instructions

You have been requested to have a urine drug screen performed. This test is only performed at certain collection centres. An appointment is preferred. You will be given an appointment time at a centre close to you.

Sticky Tape Test 18-08-2016
Patient Test Collection Instructions

During the night, pinworms (Enterobius vermicularis) deposit their eggs in the area around the anus.
In this test you will use a cellulose-tape slide (like the one illustrated below) to collect a sample that will be examined for the presence of pinworm eggs.

Urine Collection: 5HIAA 17-10-2016
Patient Test Collection Instructions
This test is used to measure a particular chemical, present in urine, that is secreted in carcinoid syndrome
Urine Collection: M/C/S 27-02-2017
Patient Test Collection Instructions
Although urine in the bladder is normally sterile (containing no organisms), bacteria are usually present around the opening of the urethra (the tube that leads from the bladder to the outside of the body). Urine collection for MCS must be performed carefully in order to avoid contaminating the sample with these bacteria.
Ambulatory blood pressure (ABP) monitoring & holter monitoring 11-05-2017
Patient Test Collection Instructions
Your doctor has referred you to have Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring and/or Holter Monitoring.
These tests are performed at selected Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology collection centres. Appointments are required.


Urine Collection STIs 31-08-2017
Patient Test Collection Instructions

This test examines your urine using a molecular-amplification technique known as 'polymerase chain reaction' (PCR). The PCR testing process can detect the presence of bacterial and/or parasite DNA that might indicate that you have chlamydia, gonorrhoea, or trichomoniasis.

Blood Tests 01-09-2017
Patient Test Collection Instructions

You will be asked to lie down for your test if you: feel anxious about your test; feel unwell; have previously fainted during a blood test.

Faeces Collection: M/C/S 12-09-2017
Patient Test Collection Instructions

Examining your faeces for the presence of micro-organisms and parasites can reveal the cause of intestinal infections.

Sweat Test 26-10-2017
Patient Test Collection Instructions
What is a sweat test? A sweat test measures the amount of chloride in a person's sweat.
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