- What Should I Do To Avoid Bruising?
- Recovery After Giving Blood Sample
- What Happens During A Blood Test?
- What tests require patients consent?
- When should I give my sample for double marker/ triple marker test?
- What is Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT)?
- How should I collect 24-hour Urine sample?
- How Should I Collect Faeces /Stool Sample?
- How Should I Collect Mid Stream Urine (MSU)?
- What Should I Do To Give My Sample For Testing?
- How Can I Know What The Results Mean?
- When Will You Receive The Results Of Your Test?
- Tips For Collecting Specimens At Home
- Facts About Blood Test
- What variables could affect test results?
- How can the patient help in getting accurate results?
How can the patient help in getting accurate results?
Since the vast majority of medical decisions are based upon results obtained from laboratory tests, it is critical to the well-being of patients to obtain the most accurate information possible. Patients can help to ensure that their lab tests are accurate by following pre-testing instructions carefully and by providing complete medical histories, including lists of medications and natural supplements, to their health care providers.