Laboratory Medical Director
Irina Aleksandrovna Pashnina,
Candidate of Biological Sciences, Laboratory Doctor
The Clinical Diagnostic Laboratory of RCCH was created in February 2015 on the basis ofseveral laboratories. The laboratory provides comprehensive diagnostic evaluation and specialized testing of blood, urine and other biomaterials; biochemical and instant testing; hemostasiological and immunological studies.
Irina Vladimirovna Annenkova,
Head of Department,
The Diagnostic Imaging Department is a unique hospital-based facility. Almost all of its doctorsspecialize in several professional fields and use different radiodiagnostic techniques. Thissignificantly improves the quality of diagnosis and reduces the time. At present, there are 7 X-rayrooms, a computed tomography room, 10 ultrasound diagnostic rooms, an endoscopy room, an MRI room and an X-ray data archive. The Department offers all types of ultrasound, X-ray studies, CT,MRI and gastrointestinal endoscopy. Only the most experienced professionals with the first and the highest qualification categories work here.
Lyubov Grigoryevna Boronina,
Clinical Microbiology Laboratory Director,
Doctor of Medical Sciences,
Bacteriologist of the Highest Qualification Category,
Professor of the Chair of Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics and Bacteriology at the Faculty of Continuing Medical Education of the Ural State Medical University,
Chief Freelance Consultant Bacteriologist of the Ministry of Public Health of the Sverdlovsk Region
Only our Clinical Microbiology Laboratory offers the following studies:
1 Urine culture analysis, using an ALIFAXHB & LLIGHT analyzer (Alifax, Italy). The method isbased on the use of a light scattering technology, which allows following the growing bacteria from the inoculum step in a specific culture broth and displaying the kinetic growth curves showing the bacterial count expressed in CFU/ml. If there are no signs of bacteriuria, the results are ready within three hours (rapid test method).
2 Diagnostics of intestinal dysbacteriosis, applying the method of “direct quantitative gaschromatographic separation of C2-C6 fatty acids in aqueous microbial fermentation media” (with the use of Hewlett Packard 6890 Series Gas Chromatograph, USA). The method uses the short-chain fatty acids for assessment of changes in gut microbiota. It is a quick and accurate diagnostictest, which shows greater sensitivity, specificity and reproducibility of results compared with the classical method (bacterial inoculation). It ensures high accuracy assessment of not only aerobicmicrobial populations but of anaerobic as well, which is even more important.
(с) 2017 г.
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