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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.
Therapeutic Drug Test 27-10-2017
Patient Test Collection Instructions
Measurement of therapeutic drug levels is usually only necessary for drugs with a 'narrow therapeutic window': that is, where too much of the drug may be toxic, and too little of the drug will be ineffective
Urine collection: Cytology 15-11-2017
Patient Test Collection Instructions
Note: The first specimen of urine for the day is not suitable for cytology. The specimen can be taken at any other time of the day.
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