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Important Clinical Laboratories Terms

The medical field can have many different technicians, technologists, and other experts who participate in lab trials, tests, and clinics. Different procedures and equipment sometimes need to be identified during these procedures. Here are some important clinical laboratories terms so you have a better of understand the sort of knowledge you need if you visit a hospital.

  • Pathology - This term can be used to describe one who will analyze and diagnose certain diseases or disorders. The practice can be used by many different medical professionals during the process of trials and clinics.
  • Phlebotomy - This defines the practice of a medical technician who takes blood from a subject. A phlebotomist specializes in collecting the blood in order to use for later purposes.
  • Technologist - A person who practices technical and science based research and practices in the medical field can be described as such. This person can possibly be a specialist in certain scans, software, or other unique instruments and products.
  • Placebo - This is an alternative to medicine in the acts of clinical trials and lab experiments. It will be used as a way to determine if a subject is reacting to certain medicines or if there is a psychological basis for health and recovery.
  • Venipuncture - The process used by a phlebotomist when extracting blood from a subject. Phlebotomist must be experts in venipuncture to practice in such a medical capacity.

    Different hospitals can supply different equipment and products with different terms. The identifying of these terms can help assist those who are conducting tests and other clinical trials to ensure that everyone is familiar with the equipment and terminology used.

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    Quest Diagnostics
    100 Doctors Dr, Douglas, GA 31533
    (912) 384-7257
    US Clinical Labs
    130 N Gross Rd, Kingsland, GA 31548
    (912) 882-3849
    Southeastern Pathology Associates
    3011 Hampton Ave, Brunswick, GA 31520
    (912) 691-5339
    Clinical Laboratory Service
    176 Lincoln Ave, Fitzgerald, GA 31750
    (229) 423-9090
    Clinical Laboratory Services
    181 Oxley Dr, Lyons, GA 30436
    (912) 526-5881
    Smith-Kline Beecham Clinical
    9976 Ford Ave, Richmond Hill, GA 31324
    (912) 756-2771
    Any Lab Test Now Jacksonville
    13170 Atlantic Blvd Ste 60, Jacksonville, FL 32225
    (904) 220-4840
    Florida Clinical Laboratory
    4168 Southpoint Pkwy S, Jacksonville, FL 32216
    (904) 672-1600
    Quest Diagnostics San Jose PSC
    6271 Saint Augustine Rd Ste 1, Jacksonville, FL 32217
    (904) 730-9129
    Quest Diagnostics
    221 Sw Stonegate Ter Ste 107, Lake City, FL 32024
    (386) 755-0249
    Quest Diagnostics
    11701 San Jose Blvd Ste 32, Jacksonville, FL 32223
    (904) 880-0869
    Quest Diagnostics Incorporated
    1950 3rd St S, Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
    (904) 246-6215
    Clinical Pathology Laboratiories
    12276 San Jose Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32223
    (904) 292-0300
    Quest Diagnostics
    1680 Eagle Harbor Pkwy Ste B, Fleming Island, FL 32003
    (904) 269-1176
    Clinical Laboratory Services
    815 E 63rd St, Savannah, GA 31405
    (912) 352-0582

    Clinical laboratories provide important lab research for clinical trials and analysis for anything from toxicology to pathology reports. Lab technicians are specially trained in these areas and may work within an independent laboratory, medical center, hospital, or health clinic. They perform quality, diagnostic, and medical research using the latest in software, reference systems, products, and lab supplies. Some of the equipment can get very expensive, such as mass spectrometers, electron microscopes, and other instruments. Professionals also use a variety of lab supply items, such as beakers, valves, and test tubes. Clinical laboratories offer a wide range of clinical tests for the medical community, either directly though patients or through doctors and healthcare providers. They provide routine testing via software in order to come up with a conclusive diagnosis through plenty of analysis. Applications can include forensic science, pathology, and phlebotomy, all utilizing various techniques, methods, testing products, and new and used equipment. Doctors who need patients' blood types tested will send samples down to a clinical lab for analysis, for example. Some labs can accommodate other testing methods, such as x-rays and scans. But in general, clinical labs are used to test specimens to get information about a patient's health. This involves not only diagnosis but also treatment and prevention of particular diseases or disorders. Subsets of clinical labs may include anatomic pathology, clinical microbiology, hematology, and even genetics. Toxicology, in particular, tests for drugs of all kinds, from recreational to pharmaceutical. As another example, surgical pathology staff members examine body parts like organs, limbs, fetuses, tissues and even tumors after surgeons have removed them for biopsy. Lab technicians often have research assistants to aid them in their jobs.
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