Clinical Chemistry

Clinical Chemistry
Clinical chemistry refers to the biochemical analysis of body fluids. It uses chemical reactions to determine the levels of various chemical compounds in bodily fluids. Several simple chemical tests are used to detect and quantify different compounds in blood and urine, the most commonly tested specimens in clinical chemistry.

All routine blood tests such as Blood Sugar levels, Blood urea, Creatinine, Liver Function tests, Lipid profile, Renal Function tests, Calcium, Phosphorus, Uric Acid, Electrolytes are done. 24 hours urine protein, Urine albumin creatinine ratio, eGFR are also done.