होम Health RIMS introduces a new Central Lab for pathology and biochemistry tests

RIMS introduces a new Central Lab for pathology and biochemistry tests

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Patients at RIMS will no longer have to endure the hassle of blood tests. The inauguration of the Central Lab took place on Tuesday, located on the ground floor of the Trauma Center. Under the guidance of Dr. PK Bhattacharya, the CEO of Critical Care, it has been reintroduced. This lab will conduct tests related to pathology and biochemistry, led by Dr. Pushpanjali for pathology and Dr. Saket Verma for biochemistry. It’s worth noting that patients are advised to submit their reports within four to six hours. In order to facilitate the collection of samples, medical interns have been recruited in every ward. They are instructed to collect samples from the wards and deliver them to the lab. After that, the reports are to be returned to the wards.

Additionally, this facility offers an alternative arrangement for the Pathology, Biochemistry, and Lab Medicine departments, as these departments were mostly inactive due to a shortage of residents. Currently, residents have been made available through this alternative arrangement. The director, Dr. Rajiv Gupta, mentioned that patients will no longer face excessive inconvenience and expressed hope that this facility will ease the process.

RIMS introduces a new Central Lab for pathology and biochemistry tests

Several tests will be conducted free of cost at this center, including BTT CT, Blood Urea, Sugar PP Fasting, ABO RH, Hb, Sodium, Potassium, Calcium, HIV, PT INR, Anti-HCV, VDRL, ESR, Serum Creatinine, and Electrolytes. These are the charges for the tests:

  • CBC: 20
  • IBC: 10
  • LFT: 45
  • RFT: 40
  • ABG: 90
  • ABG and VBG: 100
  • Thyroid: 200
  • Lipid Profile: 200

In attendance were Dr. Herendra Birua, the Medical Superintendent, Dr. Shailesh Tripathi, the Medical Sub-Dean, Dr. Vidhyapati, the CEO of the Medicine Department, and Dr. Pradeep Bhattacharya, the Head of Critical Care, along with others.

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