The department of laboratory studies was formed after the unification of six laboratory units: biochemistry, endocrinology, cytology, immunology, clinical and experimental laboratory. A wide range of ongoing research determines the scientific and clinical potential based on new technologies for forecasting, diagnosis and treatment in obstetrics, gynecology and perinatology, new technologies for safe motherhood and healthy offspring.

The department carries out a multifaceted examination according to the list of services provided, which includes a general clinical examination (more than 40 parameters), ELISA diagnosis of infections (10 parameters), biochemical blood tests (more than 40 indicators), cytological, immunological studies, blood hormones (more than 30 items), Hemostasiogram, lupus anticoagulant.

The laboratory is equipped with modern equipment. Studies of blood hormones and oncomarkers are carried out on the enzyme immunoassay system "Anthos-2010" (Austria) and the automatic electrochemiluminescent analyzer COBASE 411 from RocheDiagnosticsGmbH (Germany).

To identify the pathology of pregnancy, it is possible to determine the content of placental alpha-1 microglobulin, alpha2-microglobulin fertility and trophoblastic beta1-glycoprotein. Early diagnostics of pre-eclampsia, diagnosis of calcium metabolism disorders, quantitative determination of vitamin B12 in serum are available.

For several years, the department of laboratory research is a participant of the international program of external quality control EQUAS (company "Bio-Rad"). For the time of cooperation, the laboratory received certificates of conformity for the programs "Endocrinology", "Biochemistry" and "Hematology".

In addition to clinical work in the department, scientific researches are actively conducted, the main direction of which is the study of metabolic foundations of disorders in the fetoplacental system of pregnant risk groups. A study is made of the pathological role of humoral and cellular immunity in the development of obstetric and perinatal pathology.

Telephones: Biochemistry 300-46-31; 300-46-30

Endocrinology 300-45-31

Immunology 300-46-32; 300-45-49