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Laboratory examination

The simplest and most informative form of examination can be:

blood test microbiological examination examination of human secretions fecal screening test

Why is a laboratory examination important?

In life, prevention or early detection is crucial because timely diagnosis of developing or existing diseases allows for early intervention, significantly extending the quality of life.

Laboratory examination greatly contributes to assessing our health condition. Besides providing numerous information and a general picture of the body's functioning, it helps in establishing an early diagnosis. A laboratory examination alone is insufficient for determining a disease, but it can serve as a guideline for establishing a correct diagnosis.

Who is it recommended for?

Screening laboratory examinations are recommended for both men and women for assessing general health conditions and timely detection of possible abnormalities.

How often is it recommended?

In pelvic ultrasound, the uterus and ovaries in women and the prostate in men can be examined. The structural changes observed in these organs can provide valuable insights into the origin of diseases.

Make an appointment

At our facility, you can find everything in one place - from aesthetic
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Blood tests

  • Between 07:00-10:00 AM: Routine laboratory tests, insulin resistance, glucose tolerance, fasting laboratory tests, and hormone tests are conducted.
  • Between 07:00-5:00 PM: Other hormone tests, tumor markers, serological tests, allergy panels, and food intolerance tests are conducted.
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Blood sampling at the Szegi Medical Center:

Why is a laboratory examination important?

In life, prevention or early detection is crucial because timely diagnosis of developing or existing diseases allows for early intervention, significantly extending the quality of life.

Laboratory examination greatly contributes to assessing our health condition. Besides providing numerous information and a general picture of the body's functioning, it helps in establishing an early diagnosis. A laboratory examination alone is insufficient for determining a disease, but it can serve as a guideline for establishing a correct diagnosis.

Who is it recommended for?

Screening laboratory examinations are recommended for both men and women for assessing general health conditions and timely detection of possible abnormalities.

How often is it recommended?

Laboratory examinations are generally recommended annually for both men and women. Factors such as inherited susceptibility to diseases, lifestyle, and age can influence the frequency.

Make an appointment

At our facility, you can find everything in one place - from aesthetic
treatments to specialist consultations and diagnostic examinations. Come to us for a consultation!

Why should you choose us for blood tests?

  • You can come for blood tests without a referral.
  • Same-day appointments for blood tests are available.
  • We offer competitive prices for our patients.
  • Our experts will assist you in selecting the appropriate laboratory examination or blood test package.
  • With the diversity of our laboratory tests and screening packages, we strive to ensure that every client finds the most suitable package for them.

When will I receive the results and how?

The majority of blood test results are available within 1-2 working days, while other laboratory test results and reports, depending on the specific test, are sent to patients within 5-8 working days.

We transmit the laboratory results to our patients via email, with password protection for added security.

To interpret the blood test results, reference values provided in the report help guide understanding. If necessary, our medical specialists can provide further assistance through consultation.

Purple bruise after blood draw: What does skin discoloration indicate?

The most common cause of a purple bruise is insufficient pressure applied to the site after the blood draw. In such cases, blood can seep under the skin through the damaged blood vessel, resulting in discoloration. However, there is no need to panic! The purple bruise after a blood draw usually fades within 1-2 weeks.

Most frequently requested blood tests include:

Please note that certain disease types mentioned in the document are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a specific diagnosis. Therefore, we strongly recommend consulting your healthcare provider to determine a diagnosis in your specific case.

(ALP)

An enzyme that aids in the breakdown of proteins and cellular metabolic processes. It is found in every tissue, but most prominently in the intestines, liver, bones, and kidneys. In pregnant women, it is also present in the placenta. ALP primarily provides information about the proper functioning of the liver and skeletal system. It provides a more accurate diagnosis when assessed together with other laboratory tests (such as comprehensive liver function or bone metabolism tests). If simultaneously conducted liver tests, such as bilirubin, AST, or ALT, also show elevated values, then the elevated ALP is derived from the liver. If phosphate and calcium levels are abnormal, then the elevated ALP is of bone origin.

Normal range: 40 – 115 U/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Liver tumor
  • Alcoholic liver disease
  • Hepatitis (liver inflammation)
  • Osteoporosis (bone loss)
  • Gallstones or bile duct obstruction
  • Pregnancy

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid)
  • Anemia
  • Deficiency of certain vitamins and minerals: folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin B6, phosphate, zinc

Albumin is a transport protein produced in the liver. Testing albumin levels provides information about liver and kidney function, as well as nutritional status.

Normal range: 35-52 g/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Dehydration

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Liver disease
  • Malnutrition, protein malabsorption disorders
  • Kidney disease
  • Shock state

(Antithyroid Peroxidase Antibodies)

One of the antibodies produced by the body. In cases where the immune system starts producing autoantibodies against the thyroid peroxidase (TPO) enzyme, the structure and function of the thyroid gland can be affected.

TPO is an enzyme that plays an important role in the production of thyroid hormones.

Anti-TPO antibodies are most commonly found in cases of hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid).

(C-reactive protein)

CRP is produced by the liver cells in response to inflammation. It serves as a useful marker for assessing inflammatory processes in the body.

Normal range:

  • Women: less than 4.6 mg/L
  • Men: less than 5.2 mg/L

A higher value may indicate:

  • Bacterial infection
  • Fungal infection
  • Tumor or cancer

Phosphate plays an important role in cellular metabolism and is present in large quantities in our bones. It is eliminated by the kidneys and a significant portion is reabsorbed. In cases of chronic kidney failure, high phosphate levels can lead to disturbances in bone metabolism.

Normal range: 0.80 – 1.45 mmol/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Dehydration
  • Hypovolemia (low blood volume)
  • Hypoparathyroidism (underactive parathyroid glands)
  • Chronic kidney failure
  • Excessive intake of vitamin D
  • Liver disease

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Hyperparathyroidism (overactive parathyroid glands)
  • Vitamin D deficiency
  • Ethanol (alcohol) poisoning
  • Sepsis (severe infection)
  • Kidney disease, dialysis
  • Vomiting, diarrhea
  • Use of certain medications

FT3 (Free Triiodothyronine) and FT4 (Free Thyroxine):

These are hormones produced by the thyroid gland, indicating proper thyroid function.

  • FT4: 0-22.0 pmol/L
  • FT3: 2.4-6.3 pmol/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid)
  • Acute or chronic thyroid inflammation
  • Surgical removal of the thyroid gland
  • Medication treatment

Please note that reference ranges may vary slightly depending on the laboratory or specific assay used. It is important to interpret these values in conjunction with other clinical factors and consult a healthcare professional for a comprehensive evaluation.

Glucose is the primary source of energy for cells, and its levels are influenced by the hormone insulin.

Normal range: 3.7-6.0 mmol/L

Symptoms and consequences of elevated glucose levels:

  • Thirst
  • Increased urination
  • Confusion
  • Vision problems
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Impaired wound healing
  • Kidney disease
  • Blindness
  • Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries)

Symptoms and causes of decreased glucose levels:

  • Hunger
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Sweating
  • Vision problems
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Insulin overdose
  • Liver damage
  • Alcoholism
  • Starvation
  • Cancer

It’s important to note that glucose levels can vary in different individuals, and interpretation should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors. Consulting a healthcare professional is advised for proper evaluation and management.

GOT (Glutamate-Oxaloacetate Transaminase), also known as AST (Aspartate Aminotransferase):

GOT/AST is an enzyme primarily found in the liver and heart, but it can also be present in skeletal muscle, kidneys, and the brain. Its levels are usually evaluated together with GPT (ALT), so it is not typically requested as a separate test.

Normal range: <40 U/L

  • Women: 18-31 U/L
  • Men: 18-33 U/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Viral liver infection
  • Liver cirrhosis or hepatocellular damage
  • Exposure to harmful substances (e.g., solvents)
  • Certain medications, such as oral contraceptives or cholesterol-lowering drugs, can also affect the values
  • Bile duct obstruction or gallstones
  • Malignant liver tumor or metastasis

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Pregnancy

It’s important to note that interpretation of GOT/AST levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

(Glutamate-Pyruvate Transaminase), also known as ALT (Alanine Aminotransferase)

GPT/ALT is an enzyme primarily produced in liver cells and serves as an indicator of liver damage. It is also found in smaller amounts in the kidneys, muscles, and heart. The concentration of GPT/ALT in the blood is normally low, but in cases of liver damage, more of this enzyme is released into the bloodstream, where it can be detected.

Normal range: <40 U/L

  • Women: 7-30 U/L
  • Men: 10-55 U/L
  • Children: 10-35 U/L
  • Newborns: 6-50 U/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Inflammatory liver diseases
  • Toxic exposure
  • Medication use
  • Malignant (cancerous) diseases
  • Severe, extensive burns
  • Damage or obstruction of the bile ducts
  • Pancreatic disorders
  • Heart attack

It’s important to note that interpretation of GPT/ALT levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

(Gamma-Glutamyl Transferase):

GGT is an enzyme that is predominantly found in the liver, pancreas, and kidneys. It plays a role in the breakdown of a substance called glutathione.

The activity of this enzyme does not specifically indicate the cause of liver damage, so it is usually measured in conjunction with other liver function tests.

Normal range: 8-50 U/L (international units per liter)

It is primarily used to detect damage to liver cells and to evaluate the possibility of bile duct obstruction.

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Bile duct obstruction
  • Liver disease
  • Liver inflammation
  • Pancreatitis (pancreas inflammation)
  • Alcoholism
  • Medications
  • Exposure to chemicals

It’s important to note that interpretation of GGT levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Uric acid is a breakdown product of nucleic acids. It is excreted from the body through urine and feces. If it is not adequately eliminated, excess uric acid can accumulate and crystallize in the joint fluid, leading to a condition known as gout.

Normal range: 155-357 umol/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Excessive protein consumption
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Certain medications
  • Conditions such as diabetes and kidney disease
  • Chemotherapy and radiation therapy

It’s important to note that interpretation of uric acid levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

(High-Density Lipoprotein cholesterol)

HDL cholesterol is a type of lipoprotein that picks up excess cholesterol from the bloodstream and transports it back to the liver, where some of it is eliminated through bile.

HDL cholesterol is often referred to as “good cholesterol” because it helps remove excess cholesterol from the arteries, reducing the risk of plaque formation and cardiovascular diseases. High levels of HDL cholesterol are considered beneficial for overall health.

 

Urea is a breakdown product of amino acids. It is produced in the liver and eliminated from the body through the kidneys in the form of urine. It is primarily used to assess kidney function.

Normal range: 8-20 mg/dL (3-7 mmol/L)

An elevated level may indicate:

  • Decreased kidney filtration capacity, kidney failure, dehydration, urinary tract obstruction
  • Increased breakdown of amino acids, high-protein diet
  • Gastrointestinal bleeding

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Liver disease

It’s important to note that interpretation of urea levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Creatinine is a waste product derived from the breakdown of muscle proteins. It is excreted from the body through the kidneys in the form of urine.

The level of creatinine in the blood depends on the kidney’s filtration performance.

Normal range: 49-90 umol/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Impaired kidney filtration function
  • Kidney failure

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Abnormal muscle mass loss
  • Aging of the body
  • Pregnancy

It’s important to note that interpretation of creatinine levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Creatine Kinase

This enzyme is responsible for energy production in cells. It is present in the heart muscle, skeletal muscles, and intestines.

In a healthy body, this enzyme does not appear in the bloodstream.

Normal range:

  • Men: 17-150 IU/L (international units per liter)
  • Women: 10-80 IU/L

A higher value may indicate:

  • Muscle injury
  • Muscle inflammation
  • Heart attack
  • Burns

A lower value may indicate:

  • Decreased muscle mass (in older age)

It’s important to note that interpretation of CK levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Potassium is an electrolyte responsible for regulating fluid balance in the body. It plays a vital role in muscle function, nerve impulse transmission, cellular energy production, and maintaining acid-base balance.

Normal range: 3.5 – 5.3 mmol/L

If the level deviates from the normal range, it can increase the risk of cardiac arrhythmias, respiratory insufficiency, and shock.

The potassium level can be higher than normal due to increased intake of potassium through medication or diet, kidney failure, Addison’s disease, tissue damage, infections, diabetes, or dehydration.

The potassium level can be lower than normal due to dehydration, vomiting, diarrhea, insulin treatment for diabetes.

It’s important to note that interpretation of potassium levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Cholesterol is involved in cell membrane structure, hormone synthesis, and bile acid production. It is produced by the liver and can also be obtained through dietary sources. Elevated levels of cholesterol significantly influence the development of heart and coronary artery diseases. During laboratory testing, cholesterol is typically assessed by measuring three components: total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, and LDL cholesterol.

Normal range: <5.2 mmol/L

  • HDL cholesterol: <1.71 mmol/L
  • LDL cholesterol: >1.17 mmol/L

It’s important to note that the interpretation of cholesterol levels should be done in conjunction with other risk factors and overall health assessment. Consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation, understanding individual risk profiles, and implementing appropriate preventive measures.

Calcium is primarily found in the bones, but it also plays a role in nerve and muscle excitability. It is an essential mineral, and its levels are regulated by the parathyroid hormone and vitamin D, which is activated in the kidneys.

Normal range: 2.20-2.65 mmol/L

A lower value may result in:

  • Muscle cramps
  • Sensory disturbances
  • Muscle pain
  • Depression
  • Osteoporosis

A higher value may result in:

  • Constipation
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Muscle weakness
  • Excessive weight loss
  • Gastric ulcer
  • Abdominal pain
  • Increased urine volume
  • Kidney stones
  • Emotional lability
  • Fatigue

It’s important to note that interpretation of calcium levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Lactate dehydrogenase

This enzyme plays a role in glucose metabolism and is found throughout the body, but in smaller amounts in the blood.

It is particularly present in the heart, skeletal muscles, liver, kidneys, and red blood cells.

Normal range: 240-480 U/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Liver or kidney diseases
  • Pancreatitis
  • Heart muscle diseases
  • Skeletal muscle diseases

A low LDH level generally does not cause any issues in the body.

It’s important to note that interpretation of LDH levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Low-Density Lipoprotein

LDL cholesterol is a type of lipoprotein that transports cholesterol from the liver to cells throughout the body. It is often referred to as “bad” cholesterol because high levels of LDL cholesterol are associated with an increased risk of heart disease and atherosclerosis.

LDL cholesterol can contribute to the buildup of plaque in the arteries, leading to narrowed and hardened arteries, which can restrict blood flow and increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes.

It’s important to maintain healthy levels of LDL cholesterol through lifestyle modifications such as a balanced diet, regular exercise, and, if necessary, medication under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Regular monitoring and management of LDL cholesterol levels are crucial for cardiovascular health.

Magnesium plays a role in the structure of bones and teeth, as well as in the proper functioning of blood pressure regulation and the nervous system.

Normal range: 0.75-1.25 mmol/L

Symptoms of an elevated magnesium level may include:

  • Drowsiness
  • Muscle weakness
  • Muscle paralysis
  • Low blood pressure
  • Respiratory muscle paralysis
  • Cardiac arrest

Symptoms of a low magnesium level may include:

  • Weakness
  • Muscle cramps
  • Tremors
  • Abnormal eye movements
  • Blood pressure fluctuations
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Confusion
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Heart rhythm disturbances

A low magnesium level can be caused by malabsorption, increased excretion (kidney disease, vomiting, diarrhea, diabetes, tumors, etc.).

Proper diagnosis and management of magnesium levels are important for overall health. If you suspect any abnormalities, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional for evaluation and appropriate treatment.

Sodium participates in the regulation of various processes in the body, such as fluid balance, muscle function, nerve impulse transmission, acid-base balance, and carbohydrate and protein metabolism.

Normal range: 136-146 mmol/L

Sodium plays a crucial role in maintaining proper hydration, nerve function, and muscle contraction. It works in conjunction with other electrolytes, such as potassium, to maintain the body’s fluid balance and facilitate proper cellular function.

Both excessively high and low levels of sodium can have negative effects on the body. High sodium levels (hypernatremia) may be associated with dehydration, certain kidney conditions, or excessive sodium intake. Low sodium levels (hyponatremia) can occur due to conditions such as excessive sweating, vomiting, diarrhea, or certain medical conditions affecting the kidneys or hormonal regulation.

Proper maintenance of sodium levels is essential for overall health. If you suspect any abnormalities, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional for evaluation and appropriate treatment.

The breakdown product of hemoglobin, it is formed during the aging and destruction of red blood cells.

Normal range: <20 umol/L, with direct bilirubin accounting for 1-5 umol/L.

In newborns, levels above 340 umol/L are considered high and may indicate elevated bilirubin levels. Bilirubin is transported to the liver bound to proteins and is then excreted into the bile ducts, giving bile its characteristic yellow color.

Total bilirubin levels are commonly evaluated in various diseases, such as liver disease, gallstones or obstruction, pancreatic disorders, hemolysis, and routinely in newborns.

Elevated levels of bilirubin can cause jaundice, which may manifest as yellowing of the eyes or the entire skin.

High bilirubin levels may indicate:

  • Hemolysis (excessive breakdown of red blood cells)
  • Metabolic disorders
  • Medication use
  • Hepatitis (liver inflammation)
  • Liver failure
  • Chemotherapy
  • Excessive alcohol consumption
  • Fungal poisoning
  • Bile duct obstruction or tumor
  • Pancreatic tumor
  • Gilbert’s syndrome (a benign condition causing mild jaundice)

If your bilirubin levels are elevated, it is important to consult a healthcare professional for further evaluation and appropriate management.

Proteins are the building blocks of cells and tissues, and they play a role in the blood clotting system. The level of total protein in the blood can be affected by inadequate nutrition, liver disease, or kidney disease.

Normal range: 60-80 g/L

Elevated levels may indicate:

  • Chronic inflammation
  • Dehydration

Decreased levels may indicate:

  • Liver disease
  • Malnutrition or protein malabsorption disorders
  • Kidney disease

If your total protein levels are abnormal, it is important to consult a healthcare professional for further evaluation and to determine the underlying cause.

The ESR measures the rate at which red blood cells settle in a blood sample. An elevated value may indicate the presence of inflammation, cancer, kidney disease, anemia, or infection in the body.

Normal range: less than 20 mm/hour

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Bone marrow disorders
  • Leukemia
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Sickle cell anemia
  • Decreased protein levels (associated with kidney and liver diseases)

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Infectious diseases
  • Inflammation
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Cancerous conditions
  • Multiple myeloma (plasma cell cancer)
  • Anemia
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Pregnancy
  • Chronic kidney failure

ESR is a general indicator, and further tests are necessary to establish an accurate diagnosis. If the ESR value is elevated or decreased, it is important to consult with a doctor or healthcare professional who can perform additional tests and provide interpretation.

One of its main functions is the transport of iron ions to the bone marrow. It provides important information when assessing the body’s iron content.

Normal range: 200-340 g/dL

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Malnutrition
  • Decreased albumin levels
  • Liver and kidney diseases
  • Testosterone administration
  • Inflammation
  • Cancer
  • Non-iron-deficiency anemia
  • Infection
  • Chronic inflammation

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Iron deficiency
  • Pregnancy
  • Use of contraceptives

It is important to note that total transferrin levels are typically interpreted in conjunction with other iron-related parameters for a comprehensive assessment of iron status. Consulting with a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and interpretation of the results.

(Neutral fats) They serve as the main source of energy for cells. Part of them is stored in adipose tissues, while the rest is transported in the blood. The concentration of triglycerides depends on diet, and consuming fatty foods can elevate their levels. Their values are influenced by conditions such as diabetes, obesity, kidney failure, alcoholism, and pancreatitis. Triglycerides are not only obtained from fatty foods; excessive consumption of carbohydrates can lead to their synthesis in the body.

Normal value: Below 1.7 mmol/L

Thyroid-stimulating hormone. It is an indicator of the functioning of the pituitary gland and the thyroid gland. Its levels can be high (hypothyroidism) or low (hyperthyroidism).

Under its stimulation, the absorption of iodine in the intestine increases, and it affects the production of hormones (T3, T4) in the thyroid gland.

TSH, T4, T3 normal ranges:

  • TSH: 0.300-4.200 mU/L
  • FT4: 0-22.0 pmol/L
  • FT3: 2.4-6.3 pmol/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Hypothyroidism
  • Acute or chronic thyroiditis
  • Surgical removal of the thyroid gland
  • Medication treatment

Iron is an important component of hemoglobin, the molecule responsible for carrying oxygen in the blood. It plays a role in oxygen and carbon dioxide transport in the body. Additionally, it is involved in electron transfer, enzyme function, and protein synthesis.

Normal value: 2.5-5 grams/liter

Symptoms of low levels:

  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Weakness
  • Paleness
  • Brittle hair
  • Muscle weakness
  • Cracked nails
  • Infertility or miscarriage

Consequences of elevated levels:

  • Liver damage
  • Cardiac muscle damage

A complete blood count is one of the most common laboratory tests that includes the cellular components of the blood (red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets). It is used to assess overall health status and detect certain diseases.

Normal value: 4.2-5.6 T/ (T refers to trillion cells per liter, depending on the specific component being measured)

It is the result of kidney function. The analysis can detect proteins indicating urinary tract infections, diabetes, and inflammation. The urine sediment is examined under a microscope.

Why should you choose us for blood tests?

  • You can come for blood tests without a referral.
  • Same-day appointments for blood tests are available.
  • We offer competitive prices for our patients.
  • Our experts will assist you in selecting the appropriate laboratory examination or blood test package.
  • With the diversity of our laboratory tests and screening packages, we strive to ensure that every client finds the most suitable package for them.

When will I receive the results and how?

The majority of blood test results are available within 1-2 working days, while other laboratory test results and reports, depending on the specific test, are sent to patients within 5-8 working days.

We transmit the laboratory results to our patients via email, with password protection for added security.

To interpret the blood test results, reference values provided in the report help guide understanding. If necessary, our medical specialists can provide further assistance through consultation.

Purple bruise after blood draw: What does skin discoloration indicate?

The most common cause of a purple bruise is insufficient pressure applied to the site after the blood draw. In such cases, blood can seep under the skin through the damaged blood vessel, resulting in discoloration. However, there is no need to panic! The purple bruise after a blood draw usually fades within 1-2 weeks.

Most frequently requested blood tests include:

Please note that certain disease types mentioned in the document are for informational purposes only and do not constitute a specific diagnosis. Therefore, we strongly recommend consulting your healthcare provider to determine a diagnosis in your specific case.

(ALP)

An enzyme that aids in the breakdown of proteins and cellular metabolic processes. It is found in every tissue, but most prominently in the intestines, liver, bones, and kidneys. In pregnant women, it is also present in the placenta. ALP primarily provides information about the proper functioning of the liver and skeletal system. It provides a more accurate diagnosis when assessed together with other laboratory tests (such as comprehensive liver function or bone metabolism tests). If simultaneously conducted liver tests, such as bilirubin, AST, or ALT, also show elevated values, then the elevated ALP is derived from the liver. If phosphate and calcium levels are abnormal, then the elevated ALP is of bone origin.

Normal range: 40 – 115 U/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Liver tumor
  • Alcoholic liver disease
  • Hepatitis (liver inflammation)
  • Osteoporosis (bone loss)
  • Gallstones or bile duct obstruction
  • Pregnancy

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid)
  • Anemia
  • Deficiency of certain vitamins and minerals: folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin B6, phosphate, zinc

Albumin is a transport protein produced in the liver. Testing albumin levels provides information about liver and kidney function, as well as nutritional status.

Normal range: 35-52 g/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Dehydration

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Liver disease
  • Malnutrition, protein malabsorption disorders
  • Kidney disease
  • Shock state

(Antithyroid Peroxidase Antibodies)

One of the antibodies produced by the body. In cases where the immune system starts producing autoantibodies against the thyroid peroxidase (TPO) enzyme, the structure and function of the thyroid gland can be affected.

TPO is an enzyme that plays an important role in the production of thyroid hormones.

Anti-TPO antibodies are most commonly found in cases of hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid).

(C-reactive protein)

CRP is produced by the liver cells in response to inflammation. It serves as a useful marker for assessing inflammatory processes in the body.

Normal range:

  • Women: less than 4.6 mg/L
  • Men: less than 5.2 mg/L

A higher value may indicate:

  • Bacterial infection
  • Fungal infection
  • Tumor or cancer

Phosphate plays an important role in cellular metabolism and is present in large quantities in our bones. It is eliminated by the kidneys and a significant portion is reabsorbed. In cases of chronic kidney failure, high phosphate levels can lead to disturbances in bone metabolism.

Normal range: 0.80 – 1.45 mmol/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Dehydration
  • Hypovolemia (low blood volume)
  • Hypoparathyroidism (underactive parathyroid glands)
  • Chronic kidney failure
  • Excessive intake of vitamin D
  • Liver disease

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Hyperparathyroidism (overactive parathyroid glands)
  • Vitamin D deficiency
  • Ethanol (alcohol) poisoning
  • Sepsis (severe infection)
  • Kidney disease, dialysis
  • Vomiting, diarrhea
  • Use of certain medications

FT3 (Free Triiodothyronine) and FT4 (Free Thyroxine):

These are hormones produced by the thyroid gland, indicating proper thyroid function.

  • FT4: 0-22.0 pmol/L
  • FT3: 2.4-6.3 pmol/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid)
  • Acute or chronic thyroid inflammation
  • Surgical removal of the thyroid gland
  • Medication treatment

Please note that reference ranges may vary slightly depending on the laboratory or specific assay used. It is important to interpret these values in conjunction with other clinical factors and consult a healthcare professional for a comprehensive evaluation.

Glucose is the primary source of energy for cells, and its levels are influenced by the hormone insulin.

Normal range: 3.7-6.0 mmol/L

Symptoms and consequences of elevated glucose levels:

  • Thirst
  • Increased urination
  • Confusion
  • Vision problems
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Impaired wound healing
  • Kidney disease
  • Blindness
  • Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries)

Symptoms and causes of decreased glucose levels:

  • Hunger
  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Sweating
  • Vision problems
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Insulin overdose
  • Liver damage
  • Alcoholism
  • Starvation
  • Cancer

It’s important to note that glucose levels can vary in different individuals, and interpretation should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors. Consulting a healthcare professional is advised for proper evaluation and management.

GOT (Glutamate-Oxaloacetate Transaminase), also known as AST (Aspartate Aminotransferase):

GOT/AST is an enzyme primarily found in the liver and heart, but it can also be present in skeletal muscle, kidneys, and the brain. Its levels are usually evaluated together with GPT (ALT), so it is not typically requested as a separate test.

Normal range: <40 U/L

  • Women: 18-31 U/L
  • Men: 18-33 U/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Viral liver infection
  • Liver cirrhosis or hepatocellular damage
  • Exposure to harmful substances (e.g., solvents)
  • Certain medications, such as oral contraceptives or cholesterol-lowering drugs, can also affect the values
  • Bile duct obstruction or gallstones
  • Malignant liver tumor or metastasis

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Pregnancy

It’s important to note that interpretation of GOT/AST levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

(Glutamate-Pyruvate Transaminase), also known as ALT (Alanine Aminotransferase)

GPT/ALT is an enzyme primarily produced in liver cells and serves as an indicator of liver damage. It is also found in smaller amounts in the kidneys, muscles, and heart. The concentration of GPT/ALT in the blood is normally low, but in cases of liver damage, more of this enzyme is released into the bloodstream, where it can be detected.

Normal range: <40 U/L

  • Women: 7-30 U/L
  • Men: 10-55 U/L
  • Children: 10-35 U/L
  • Newborns: 6-50 U/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Inflammatory liver diseases
  • Toxic exposure
  • Medication use
  • Malignant (cancerous) diseases
  • Severe, extensive burns
  • Damage or obstruction of the bile ducts
  • Pancreatic disorders
  • Heart attack

It’s important to note that interpretation of GPT/ALT levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

(Gamma-Glutamyl Transferase):

GGT is an enzyme that is predominantly found in the liver, pancreas, and kidneys. It plays a role in the breakdown of a substance called glutathione.

The activity of this enzyme does not specifically indicate the cause of liver damage, so it is usually measured in conjunction with other liver function tests.

Normal range: 8-50 U/L (international units per liter)

It is primarily used to detect damage to liver cells and to evaluate the possibility of bile duct obstruction.

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Bile duct obstruction
  • Liver disease
  • Liver inflammation
  • Pancreatitis (pancreas inflammation)
  • Alcoholism
  • Medications
  • Exposure to chemicals

It’s important to note that interpretation of GGT levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Uric acid is a breakdown product of nucleic acids. It is excreted from the body through urine and feces. If it is not adequately eliminated, excess uric acid can accumulate and crystallize in the joint fluid, leading to a condition known as gout.

Normal range: 155-357 umol/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Excessive protein consumption
  • Alcohol consumption
  • Certain medications
  • Conditions such as diabetes and kidney disease
  • Chemotherapy and radiation therapy

It’s important to note that interpretation of uric acid levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

(High-Density Lipoprotein cholesterol)

HDL cholesterol is a type of lipoprotein that picks up excess cholesterol from the bloodstream and transports it back to the liver, where some of it is eliminated through bile.

HDL cholesterol is often referred to as “good cholesterol” because it helps remove excess cholesterol from the arteries, reducing the risk of plaque formation and cardiovascular diseases. High levels of HDL cholesterol are considered beneficial for overall health.

 

Urea is a breakdown product of amino acids. It is produced in the liver and eliminated from the body through the kidneys in the form of urine. It is primarily used to assess kidney function.

Normal range: 8-20 mg/dL (3-7 mmol/L)

An elevated level may indicate:

  • Decreased kidney filtration capacity, kidney failure, dehydration, urinary tract obstruction
  • Increased breakdown of amino acids, high-protein diet
  • Gastrointestinal bleeding

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Liver disease

It’s important to note that interpretation of urea levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Creatinine is a waste product derived from the breakdown of muscle proteins. It is excreted from the body through the kidneys in the form of urine.

The level of creatinine in the blood depends on the kidney’s filtration performance.

Normal range: 49-90 umol/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Impaired kidney filtration function
  • Kidney failure

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Abnormal muscle mass loss
  • Aging of the body
  • Pregnancy

It’s important to note that interpretation of creatinine levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Creatine Kinase

This enzyme is responsible for energy production in cells. It is present in the heart muscle, skeletal muscles, and intestines.

In a healthy body, this enzyme does not appear in the bloodstream.

Normal range:

  • Men: 17-150 IU/L (international units per liter)
  • Women: 10-80 IU/L

A higher value may indicate:

  • Muscle injury
  • Muscle inflammation
  • Heart attack
  • Burns

A lower value may indicate:

  • Decreased muscle mass (in older age)

It’s important to note that interpretation of CK levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Potassium is an electrolyte responsible for regulating fluid balance in the body. It plays a vital role in muscle function, nerve impulse transmission, cellular energy production, and maintaining acid-base balance.

Normal range: 3.5 – 5.3 mmol/L

If the level deviates from the normal range, it can increase the risk of cardiac arrhythmias, respiratory insufficiency, and shock.

The potassium level can be higher than normal due to increased intake of potassium through medication or diet, kidney failure, Addison’s disease, tissue damage, infections, diabetes, or dehydration.

The potassium level can be lower than normal due to dehydration, vomiting, diarrhea, insulin treatment for diabetes.

It’s important to note that interpretation of potassium levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Cholesterol is involved in cell membrane structure, hormone synthesis, and bile acid production. It is produced by the liver and can also be obtained through dietary sources. Elevated levels of cholesterol significantly influence the development of heart and coronary artery diseases. During laboratory testing, cholesterol is typically assessed by measuring three components: total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, and LDL cholesterol.

Normal range: <5.2 mmol/L

  • HDL cholesterol: <1.71 mmol/L
  • LDL cholesterol: >1.17 mmol/L

It’s important to note that the interpretation of cholesterol levels should be done in conjunction with other risk factors and overall health assessment. Consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation, understanding individual risk profiles, and implementing appropriate preventive measures.

Calcium is primarily found in the bones, but it also plays a role in nerve and muscle excitability. It is an essential mineral, and its levels are regulated by the parathyroid hormone and vitamin D, which is activated in the kidneys.

Normal range: 2.20-2.65 mmol/L

A lower value may result in:

  • Muscle cramps
  • Sensory disturbances
  • Muscle pain
  • Depression
  • Osteoporosis

A higher value may result in:

  • Constipation
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Muscle weakness
  • Excessive weight loss
  • Gastric ulcer
  • Abdominal pain
  • Increased urine volume
  • Kidney stones
  • Emotional lability
  • Fatigue

It’s important to note that interpretation of calcium levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Lactate dehydrogenase

This enzyme plays a role in glucose metabolism and is found throughout the body, but in smaller amounts in the blood.

It is particularly present in the heart, skeletal muscles, liver, kidneys, and red blood cells.

Normal range: 240-480 U/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Liver or kidney diseases
  • Pancreatitis
  • Heart muscle diseases
  • Skeletal muscle diseases

A low LDH level generally does not cause any issues in the body.

It’s important to note that interpretation of LDH levels should be done in conjunction with other clinical factors, and consulting a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and diagnosis.

Low-Density Lipoprotein

LDL cholesterol is a type of lipoprotein that transports cholesterol from the liver to cells throughout the body. It is often referred to as “bad” cholesterol because high levels of LDL cholesterol are associated with an increased risk of heart disease and atherosclerosis.

LDL cholesterol can contribute to the buildup of plaque in the arteries, leading to narrowed and hardened arteries, which can restrict blood flow and increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes.

It’s important to maintain healthy levels of LDL cholesterol through lifestyle modifications such as a balanced diet, regular exercise, and, if necessary, medication under the guidance of a healthcare professional. Regular monitoring and management of LDL cholesterol levels are crucial for cardiovascular health.

Magnesium plays a role in the structure of bones and teeth, as well as in the proper functioning of blood pressure regulation and the nervous system.

Normal range: 0.75-1.25 mmol/L

Symptoms of an elevated magnesium level may include:

  • Drowsiness
  • Muscle weakness
  • Muscle paralysis
  • Low blood pressure
  • Respiratory muscle paralysis
  • Cardiac arrest

Symptoms of a low magnesium level may include:

  • Weakness
  • Muscle cramps
  • Tremors
  • Abnormal eye movements
  • Blood pressure fluctuations
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Confusion
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Heart rhythm disturbances

A low magnesium level can be caused by malabsorption, increased excretion (kidney disease, vomiting, diarrhea, diabetes, tumors, etc.).

Proper diagnosis and management of magnesium levels are important for overall health. If you suspect any abnormalities, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional for evaluation and appropriate treatment.

Sodium participates in the regulation of various processes in the body, such as fluid balance, muscle function, nerve impulse transmission, acid-base balance, and carbohydrate and protein metabolism.

Normal range: 136-146 mmol/L

Sodium plays a crucial role in maintaining proper hydration, nerve function, and muscle contraction. It works in conjunction with other electrolytes, such as potassium, to maintain the body’s fluid balance and facilitate proper cellular function.

Both excessively high and low levels of sodium can have negative effects on the body. High sodium levels (hypernatremia) may be associated with dehydration, certain kidney conditions, or excessive sodium intake. Low sodium levels (hyponatremia) can occur due to conditions such as excessive sweating, vomiting, diarrhea, or certain medical conditions affecting the kidneys or hormonal regulation.

Proper maintenance of sodium levels is essential for overall health. If you suspect any abnormalities, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional for evaluation and appropriate treatment.

The breakdown product of hemoglobin, it is formed during the aging and destruction of red blood cells.

Normal range: <20 umol/L, with direct bilirubin accounting for 1-5 umol/L.

In newborns, levels above 340 umol/L are considered high and may indicate elevated bilirubin levels. Bilirubin is transported to the liver bound to proteins and is then excreted into the bile ducts, giving bile its characteristic yellow color.

Total bilirubin levels are commonly evaluated in various diseases, such as liver disease, gallstones or obstruction, pancreatic disorders, hemolysis, and routinely in newborns.

Elevated levels of bilirubin can cause jaundice, which may manifest as yellowing of the eyes or the entire skin.

High bilirubin levels may indicate:

  • Hemolysis (excessive breakdown of red blood cells)
  • Metabolic disorders
  • Medication use
  • Hepatitis (liver inflammation)
  • Liver failure
  • Chemotherapy
  • Excessive alcohol consumption
  • Fungal poisoning
  • Bile duct obstruction or tumor
  • Pancreatic tumor
  • Gilbert’s syndrome (a benign condition causing mild jaundice)

If your bilirubin levels are elevated, it is important to consult a healthcare professional for further evaluation and appropriate management.

Proteins are the building blocks of cells and tissues, and they play a role in the blood clotting system. The level of total protein in the blood can be affected by inadequate nutrition, liver disease, or kidney disease.

Normal range: 60-80 g/L

Elevated levels may indicate:

  • Chronic inflammation
  • Dehydration

Decreased levels may indicate:

  • Liver disease
  • Malnutrition or protein malabsorption disorders
  • Kidney disease

If your total protein levels are abnormal, it is important to consult a healthcare professional for further evaluation and to determine the underlying cause.

The ESR measures the rate at which red blood cells settle in a blood sample. An elevated value may indicate the presence of inflammation, cancer, kidney disease, anemia, or infection in the body.

Normal range: less than 20 mm/hour

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Bone marrow disorders
  • Leukemia
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Sickle cell anemia
  • Decreased protein levels (associated with kidney and liver diseases)

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Infectious diseases
  • Inflammation
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Cancerous conditions
  • Multiple myeloma (plasma cell cancer)
  • Anemia
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Pregnancy
  • Chronic kidney failure

ESR is a general indicator, and further tests are necessary to establish an accurate diagnosis. If the ESR value is elevated or decreased, it is important to consult with a doctor or healthcare professional who can perform additional tests and provide interpretation.

One of its main functions is the transport of iron ions to the bone marrow. It provides important information when assessing the body’s iron content.

Normal range: 200-340 g/dL

A decreased value may indicate:

  • Malnutrition
  • Decreased albumin levels
  • Liver and kidney diseases
  • Testosterone administration
  • Inflammation
  • Cancer
  • Non-iron-deficiency anemia
  • Infection
  • Chronic inflammation

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Iron deficiency
  • Pregnancy
  • Use of contraceptives

It is important to note that total transferrin levels are typically interpreted in conjunction with other iron-related parameters for a comprehensive assessment of iron status. Consulting with a healthcare professional is recommended for proper evaluation and interpretation of the results.

(Neutral fats) They serve as the main source of energy for cells. Part of them is stored in adipose tissues, while the rest is transported in the blood. The concentration of triglycerides depends on diet, and consuming fatty foods can elevate their levels. Their values are influenced by conditions such as diabetes, obesity, kidney failure, alcoholism, and pancreatitis. Triglycerides are not only obtained from fatty foods; excessive consumption of carbohydrates can lead to their synthesis in the body.

Normal value: Below 1.7 mmol/L

Thyroid-stimulating hormone. It is an indicator of the functioning of the pituitary gland and the thyroid gland. Its levels can be high (hypothyroidism) or low (hyperthyroidism).

Under its stimulation, the absorption of iodine in the intestine increases, and it affects the production of hormones (T3, T4) in the thyroid gland.

TSH, T4, T3 normal ranges:

  • TSH: 0.300-4.200 mU/L
  • FT4: 0-22.0 pmol/L
  • FT3: 2.4-6.3 pmol/L

An elevated value may indicate:

  • Hypothyroidism
  • Acute or chronic thyroiditis
  • Surgical removal of the thyroid gland
  • Medication treatment

Iron is an important component of hemoglobin, the molecule responsible for carrying oxygen in the blood. It plays a role in oxygen and carbon dioxide transport in the body. Additionally, it is involved in electron transfer, enzyme function, and protein synthesis.

Normal value: 2.5-5 grams/liter

Symptoms of low levels:

  • Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Weakness
  • Paleness
  • Brittle hair
  • Muscle weakness
  • Cracked nails
  • Infertility or miscarriage

Consequences of elevated levels:

  • Liver damage
  • Cardiac muscle damage

A complete blood count is one of the most common laboratory tests that includes the cellular components of the blood (red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets). It is used to assess overall health status and detect certain diseases.

Normal value: 4.2-5.6 T/ (T refers to trillion cells per liter, depending on the specific component being measured)

It is the result of kidney function. The analysis can detect proteins indicating urinary tract infections, diabetes, and inflammation. The urine sediment is examined under a microscope.

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Lab - Routine package (The routine package informs about the functioning of vital internal organs - hematopoietic system, liver and kidney.)
10 900 HUF
Laboratory - Extended Routine package (The Extended Routine package informs about the functioning of vital internal organs - hematopoietic system, liver and kidney - complete with an inflammation search test (CRP) and thyroid base hormone (TSH) and an enzyme of the pancreas ( amylase).)18 810 HUF
Thyroid Basic Package (TSH, Ft3, Ft4, Anti-TPO)13 950 HUF
Obesity laboratory examination (With the help of our examination package, in addition to laboratory examinations for the assessment of the general state of health, the causes of obesity can also be revealed.) - Glucose load (glucose + insulin, 3 points), Total protein, Albumin, Cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, Triglycerides, Automated blood count (qualitative blood count), Cortisol, vitamin D (total 25-OH vitamin D), Leptin, TSH (Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone), Sample treatment fee44 550 HUF
PCOS Basic Pack (Glucose Load (Glucose+Insulin, 3-Point, LH, FSH, Prolactin, Estradiol, SHBG, DHEA-S, Vitamin D, Testosterone, TSH, Anti-TPO, Anti-Müllerian Hormone (AMH))49 900 HUF
Insulin resistance pack (Glucose load (glucose+insulin) 3-point
, HgbA1c, Reactive Protein C (CRP) Ultrasensitive, Blood count (with qualitative blood count), Vitamin D (Total 25-OH Vitamin D))
25 000 HUF
Lab — Male Hormone Package (FSH, LH, SHBG (Sex Hormone Binding Globulin), Prolactin Definition, Estradiol Definition, Total Testosterone, Free Biologically Active Testosterone (calculated), TSH)29 900 HUF
Lab — Female Hormone Package (FSH, LH, Estradiol Definition, Progesterone, Prolactin, SHBG (Sex Hormone Binding Globulin) Testosterone, TSH, Anti-TPO)29 900 HUF

Women's basic tumor package AFP (Alpha-Fetoprotein) liver cancer, CEA (Carcino-Embryonic Antigen) breast cancer, colorectal cancer, CA 125 + HE4, with ROMA score calculation (ovarian cancer risk NEW test!), CA 15-3 breast cancer for women, Sample treatment fee 
27 000 HUF
Male Basal Tumor Pack PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen), AFP (Alpha-Fetoprotein) Testicular Cancer, Liver Cancer, CEA (Carcino-Embryonic Antigen), Sample Treatment Fee13 600 HUF
Hair Loss Female Package Zinc (Zn), Magnesium (Mg), Selenium, Iron (Fe), Transferrin, C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Ultrasensitive, Anti-Streptolysin O (ASO/AST) titre, Blood Cap (Qualitative Blood Cost), TSH (Thyreoidea-Stimulating Hormone), Anti-TPO (Thyreidea-Peroxidase AT), Total Testosterone, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D (Total 25-OH Vitamin D), Sample Handle Fee47 500 HUF
Torch package Toxoplasma (IgG, IgM, IgM positive case IgA, IgG avidity), Rubella virus (IgG, IgM antibodies), Cytomegalovirus (CMV) (IgG, IgM, IgM positive case IgA, IgG avidity), Herpes Simplex Viruses (HSV) 1,2 Antibodies (IgG, IgM antibodies), Sample Handle fee35 600 HUF
Female variable age pack (TSH, anti-TPO, FSH, LH, estradiol (E2))18 900 HUF
Sports Pack (Outside Routine Package, CRP, TSH, FSH, LH, Estradiol (E2), Prolactin, Testosterone Total+ Free, Albumin, Vitamin D)34 900 HUF
Pre-surgery package (Rutin, INR, blood type + antibody definition)22 900 HUF

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Pregnant Lab 1 (first trimester) - Aspartate aminotransferase (ASAT, GOT), Alanine aminotransferase (ALAT, GPT), Gamma glutamyl transferase (GGT), Alkaline phosphatase, total bilirubin, Urea, Creatinine, Uric acid, Glucose (blood sugar), Sodium, Potassium, Albumin, Total Protein, Iron, Total Transferrin, Phosphate (P), Calcium (Ca), Cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, Triglycerides, CBC (qualitative blood count), Red cell sedimentation rate (We), General urine analysis with sediment, HgbA1c - Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c), Blood group+ antibody screening, a-hcV, HBsAg, Lues, TORCH panel, Sample management fee33 800 HUF
Pregnancy lab 2 (second trimester) - Aspartate aminotransferase (AST, GOT), Alanine aminotransferase (ALT, GPT), Gamma glutamyl transferase (GGT), Alkaline phosphatase, total bilirubin, Urea, Creatinine, Uric acid, Glucose (blood sugar ), Sodium, Potassium, Albumin, Total Protein, Iron, Total Transferrin, Phosphate (P), Calcium (Ca), Cholesterol, LDL Cholesterol, HDL Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Automatic blood count (qualitative blood count), Red blood cell sedimentation (We), General urinalysis with sediment, Glucose load, Blood group + Antibody screening, Sample handling fee20 250 HUF
Pregnancy lab 3 (third trimester) - Aspartate aminotransferase (AST, GOT), Alanine aminotransferase (ALT, GPT), Gamma glutamyl transferase (GGT), Alkaline phosphatase, total bilirubin, Urea, Creatinine, Uric acid, Glucose (blood sugar), Sodium, Potassium, Albumin, Total Protein, Iron, Total Transferrin, Phosphate (P), Calcium (Ca), Cholesterol, LDL Cholesterol, HDL Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Automatic blood count (qualitative blood count), Red blood cell sedimentation (We) , General urinalysis with sediment, Glucose load, Blood group + Antibody screening, Sample handling fee19 390 HUF

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Autoantibodies against acetylcholine receptor25 900 HUF
ACTH (Adrenocorticotropic Hormone)7 500 HUF
AFP (Alpha-Fetoprotein) testicular cancer, liver cancer3 500 HUF
Activated partial thromboplastin time (APTI)950 HUF
Albumin500 HUF
Aldosterone7 500 HUF
Alpha1-antitrypsin3 000 HUF
Alpha-Amylase950 HUF
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP)450 HUF
General urinalysis with sediment1 200 HUF
Amylase activity600 HUF
ANA (ELISA) + ENA screening9 500 HUF
ANA (Hep-2) pattern/titer5 000 HUF
ANCA pattern, titer, MPO, PR-312 000 HUF
ANCA profile19 900 HUF
Androstenedione7 300 HUF
Annexin IgG/IgM10 900 HUF
Anti-C1q AT9 500 HUF
Anti-CCP (filaggrin)5 500 HUF
Antiphospholipid syndrome panel (Phospholipid AT suré, Lupus anticoagulant)19 800 HUF
Antiphospholipid syndrome panel (Phospholipid AT suré, Lupus anticoagulant)18 000 HUF
Anti-MUSK AT7 900 HUF
Anti-Müllerian Hormon (AMH)9 800 HUF
Antinuclear antibodies (immunoblot, 18 parameters) (AT against dsDNA, AT against Jo-1, AT against Scl-70, AT against SM antigen, AT against Sm/RNP, AT against SS-A (Ro), SS-B (La ), AT against U1-RNP 70, AT against RNP A, AT against RNP C, AT against Ro-52, AT against PM-Scl, AT against centromere B, AT against PCNA, AT against nucleosome, AT against histone, AT against ribosomal P protein, AMA-M2)19 900 HUF
Anti-streptolizin O (ASO/AST) titer1 500 HUF
Anti-TG (AT against Thyroglobulin)3 000 HUF
Anti-TPO (AT against Thyroid Peroxidase)4 000 HUF
Antitrombin7 500 HUF
Anti-Xa6 750 HUF
APC Resistance4 000 HUF
Apolipoprotein A1 (ApoA1)12 000 HUF
Apolipoprotein A2 (ApoA2)12 000 HUF
Apolipoprotein B (ApoB)12 000 HUF
Aquaporin-4 (NMO) AT13 500 HUF
ASCA IgG/IgA9 500 HUF
Autoantibodies of autoimmune wine diseases (wine basement membrane AT, desmosome (IC)6 300 HUF
Autoimmune liver disease autoantibody profile (AMA-M2, GP210, LC, LKM1, SLA)9 500 HUF
Autoimmune myositis autoantibody profile (Jo-1, Ku, Mi-2, Pl-12, Pl-7, PM/Sci, SRP)14 900 HUF
Vitamin B125 500 HUF
Bacterial culture and resistance test (aerobic)5 000 HUF
Bacterial culture and resistance test (aerobic+anaerobic)10 000 HUF
Baronella IgG, IgM AT7 900 HUF
Beta 2-microglobulin5 600 HUF
Beta 2-microglobulin (urine)5 600 HUF
Beta-2-microglobulin4 000 HUF
BNP (Type B Natriuretic Peptide)19 500 HUF
Borrelia IgG, IgM AT12 000 HUF
C1 esterase inhibitor12 980 HUF
C3 complement2 000 HUF
C4 complement2 000 HUF
CA 125 + HE4, with ROMA score calculation (ovarian cancer risk NEW test!)15 000 HUF
CA 125 prostate cancer7 800 HUF
CA 15-3 in breast cancer patients5 950 HUF
CA 19-9 pancreatic cancer, gallbladder cancer5 950 HUF
CA 72-4 stomach cancer, ovarian cancer5 500 HUF
CEA (Carcino-Embryonic Antigen) breast cancer, colorectal cancer4 800 HUF
CH505 980 HUF
Chlamydia pneumoniae IgG, IgM, IgA AT6 900 HUF
Chlamydia trachomatis IgG, IgM AT6 900 HUF
Chromogranin A13 000 HUF
Zinc (seminal plasma)9 200 HUF
Zinc (Zn)9 000 HUF
AT against zinc transporter 87 900 HUF
Cystatin C4 800 HUF
Citrullinated vimentin autoantibody7 900 HUF
Determination of CK-MB concentration by immunoassay3 000 HUF
CMV IgG, IgM AT8 900 HUF
Celiac Screening (tTG IgA, tTG IgG)7 900 HUF
Ceruloplasmin3 700 HUF
C-peptide4 700 HUF
C-reactive protein (CRP) is ultrasensitive2 200 HUF
Cyfra 21-1 lungs7 500 HUF
Bone-specific alkaline phosphatase isozyme4 800 HUF
D-dimer (quantitative)8 500 HUF
Deamidated gliadin peptide (DGP) anti-IgA AT9 900 HUF
AT against deamidated gliadin peptide (DGP) IgG9 900 HUF
DHEA-S (DHEA-Sulfate)4 700 HUF
Diphtheria IgG7 500 HUF
Drug panel from urine - 5 parameters (Amphetamine, Marijuana (t-hydrocannabiol), Methamphetamine, Morphine (opiate), Cocaine/Benzoylecgonine)6 600 HUF
Drug panel urinalb? l - 12 parameters (Amphetamine, Marijuana (t-hydrocannabiol), Methamphetamine, Morphine (opiate), Cocaine/Benzoylekgonine, Methadone, Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), Oxycodone, PCP (phencyclidine, angel powder), Barbiturate, Benzodiazepine, Tricycl. depressant)9 800 HUF
DS-DNA4 500 HUF
Vitamin D (Total 25-OH Vitamin D)8 500 HUF
Echinococcus IgG AT5 500 HUF
Detection of EMA IgA (anti-endomision AT)5 500 HUF
Detection of EMA IgG (anti-endomision AT)5 500 HUF
ENA (7 parameters)13 000 HUF
Enterocyte anti-AT9 500 HUF
Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) AT (IgM, VCA IgG, EBNA IgG) AT10 900 HUF
Erythropoietin (EPO)13 300 HUF
Factor II6 500 HUF
Factor IX6 500 HUF
Factor V6 500 HUF
Factor VII6 500 HUF
Factor VIII6 500 HUF
Factor X6 500 HUF
Factor XI6 500 HUF
Factor XII6 500 HUF
Factor XIII6 500 HUF
Phenytoin9 800 HUF
Phenobarbital9 800 HUF
Ferritin3 750 HUF
Fibrinogen1 750 HUF
Folic acid4 900 HUF
Cultivation of filamentous fungi (dermatophytons)12 000 HUF
Phosphate (P)400 HUF
Anti-phosphatidylinositol AT5 500 HUF
Phosphatidylserine Anti-IgG AT5 500 HUF
Phosphatidylserine IgM Against AT5 500 HUF
Phosphate concentration600 HUF
Phosphate discharge600 HUF
Phospholipid AT punction (cardiolipin and B2-GPI AT)15 500 HUF
FPSa (Prostate Specific Antigen Free Fraction) Prostate Cancer3 800 HUF
Fructose (seminal plasma)7 500 HUF
Fructosamine1 200 HUF
FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone)3 500 HUF
fT3 (T3 free fraction)3 500 HUF
Ft4 (free fraction T4)3 500 HUF
Anti-ganglioside AT profile, basic7 900 HUF
Anti-ganglioside AT profile, complete8 900 HUF
Cultivation of Gardnella vaginalis from genital secretions5 000 HUF
GBM9 900 HUF
GGT, Gamma-glutamyl transferase450 HUF
Glucose (blood sugar)650 HUF
Glucose (blood sugar) + insulin measurement + HOMA index calculation4 000 HUF
Glucose load (2 or 3 points only sugar)2 500 HUF
Glucose load (glucose+insulin 2 points)8 600 HUF
Glucose load (glucose+insulin 3 points)12 100 HUF
Glucose depletion600 HUF
AST, Aspartate aminotransferase (ASAT)400 HUF
GPT, Alanine aminotransferase (ALAT)500 HUF
Haemophilus influanzae b IgG3 500 HUF
Haptoglobin2 500 HUF
Anti-striated Muscle AT9 500 HUF
Hbc IgM AT (anti-HBc IgM)3 000 HUF
HBs AT (anti-HBs)3 000 HUF
hCG (human Chorio-Gonadotropin)5 500 HUF
HDL cholesterol800 HUF
Helicobacter pylori IgG AT5 500 HUF
Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c)4 500 HUF
Hepatitis B virus s.antigen4 500 HUF
Hepatitis A virus (antibodies) IgM, IgG4 900 HUF
Hepatitis C virus AT (anti-HCV)5 900 HUF
Hepatitis E virus IgG, IgM AT7 000 HUF
Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) 1,2 AT (IgG, IgM)14 900 HUF
hGH (Growth Hormone)4 300 HUF
Histamine intolerance (DAO)18 900 HUF
HIV-1 Ag, HIV-1/2 AT7 500 HUF
Homocysteine12 000 HUF
Uric acid450 HUF
Uric acid excretion600 HUF
IgA1 500 HUF
IGF-1 (Insulinous Growth Factor)8 300 HUF
IgG1 500 HUF
IgG subclasses (IgG 1,2,3,4)15 000 HUF
IgM1 500 HUF
Infertility panel I (ANA ELISA, ds-DNA, Phospholipid AT, Thyroid peroxidase autoantibodies (anti-TPO) test, Thyreoglobulin autoAT (ATG), Celiac test)22 500 HUF
Infertility panel II (ANA ELISA, ds-DNA, Phospholipid AT Thyroid-peroxidase autoantibodies (anti-TPO) (ANA ELISA, ds-DNA, Phospholipid AT Thyroid-peroxidase autoantibodies (anti-TPO) test, Thyreoglobulin autoAT (ATG), Celiac test , Annexin IgG/IgM, AT against Prothrombin)30 000 HUF
Infertility panel III (ANA ELISA, ds-DNA, Phospholipid AT Thyroid peroxidase autoantibodies (anti-TPO) assay, Thyreoglobulin autoAT (ATG), Celiac assay, Annexin IgG/IgM, Anti-prothrombin AT, Anti-C1q AT, Anti-phosphatidylserine IgG AT , AT against phosphatidylserine IgM)45 000 HUF
Inhalative respiratory allergy panel (for 20 allergens) (alder pollen, birch pollen, hazelnut pollen, oak pollen, boxwood pollen, brush mold, sooty mold, canna mold, yeast fungus, conidial fungus, dust mite (D1), cat dander, dog dander, sedges, meadow coot , detection of allergen-specific IgEs against pollen of rye pollen, domestic fowl feather mixture, ragweed, black wormwood, spear fly pollen)15 000 HUF
Inhalant respiratory allergy panel (for 40 allergens) (Cat dander, horse dander, cattle dander, dog dander, guinea pig dander, rabbit dander, hamster dander, rat dander, mouse dander, poultry feather mixture, brush mold, sooty mold, canna mold, yeast fungus, conidial fungus, ragweed, black wormwood, meadow daisy , milkweed, goldenrod, alder pollen, hazel pollen, hemlock pollen, hornbeam pollen, poplar pollen, maple pollen, birch pollen, beech pollen, oak pollen, walnut pollen, dust mite (D1), dust mite (D2), house dust, cockroach, lancehead pollen, goose down pollen, barnacle pollen, sheep's scat pollen, mixed grass (GP1), detection of allergen-specific IgEs against fuchsia mixture (GP4)24 000 HUF
Inhibin B16 800 HUF
Intrinsic Factor Against AT9 500 HUF
Insulin3 500 HUF
Anti Insulin AT9 900 HUF
Iodide (serum)28 900 HUF
Iodine injection28 900 HUF
Calcitonin5 000 HUF
Calcium (Ca)400 HUF
Calcium concentration600 HUF
Calcium depletion600 HUF
Potassium (K)450 HUF
Potassium depletion600 HUF
Calprotectin (quantitative)9 900 HUF
Carbamazepine6 600 HUF
Carbamide450 HUF
Carbamide discharge600 HUF
Carboxyhemoglobin (CO-hemoglobin)3 700 HUF
Anti-cardiolipin AT (screening) (IgG/IgA/IgM)6 500 HUF
Chloride (Cl)450 HUF
Chloride discharge600 HUF
Cholesterol400 HUF
Collagen cross-linking (Beta-CrossLaps, BCL)8 900 HUF
Conjugated (direct) bilirubin400 HUF
Cortisol6 500 HUF
Cortisol release3 500 HUF
Examination of nail scraping fungus19 000 HUF
Creatinine600 HUF
Creatinine concentration600 HUF
Creatinine depletion600 HUF
Creatine Kinase (CK)600 HUF
Tick encephalitis IgG7 900 HUF
Laboratory blood group determination, antibody screening12 800 HUF
Lactate (lactic acid)400 HUF
Lactate dehydrogenase LDH1 500 HUF
LDL cholesterol1 000 HUF
LDL cholesterol7 900 HUF
Leptin17 000 HUF
LH (Luteinizing Hormone)3 950 HUF
Lipase950 HUF
Lipoprotein (a) (Lpa)7 200 HUF
Lithium1 980 HUF
Lupus anticoagulant (LA1 spike test + LA2 strengthening test)16 000 HUF
MAG-IgM9 500 HUF
Magnesium (Mg)550 HUF
Magnesium discharge600 HUF
Macroprolactin3 500 HUF
Adrenal cortex AT/Adrenal kidney, testicle: AT against steroid termelo cells12 900 HUF
Methemoglobin3 700 HUF
Microalbumin concentration1 600 HUF
Microalbumin clearance1 600 HUF

Sample handling fee
2 500 HUF

Measles virus IgG
7 500 HUF

Mumps virus IgG
7 500 HUF
Cultivation of Mycoplasma hominis and ureaplasma urealyticum from genital secretions and urine8 000 HUF
Mycoplasma pneumoniae IgG, IgM, IgA AT7 900 HUF
N-alpha-glucosidase (from seminal plasma)7 500 HUF
Sodium (Na)450 HUF
Sodium depletion600 HUF
Neisseria gonorrhoeae culture from genital secretions5 000 HUF
NSE (Neuron Specific Enolase) tumors, neuroendocrine tumors5 500 HUF
Nutritional food allergy panel (for 20 nutrients) (Egg, cow's milk, alpha-lactalbumin, beta-lactoglobulin, casein, tokefish, wheat flour, peanuts, soy, tomatoes, carrots, potatoes, oranges, apples, bananas, apricots, sesame seeds, crab, beef, detection of allergen-specific IgEs against kiwi, celery, almonds, hazelnuts)15 000 HUF
Nutritional food allergy panel (for 40 nutrients) (Pork, beef, chicken, mutton, tomatoes, carrots, potatoes, mustard, tokefish, crab, blue mussels, tuna, salmon, kiwi, mango, pineapple, orange, apple, banana, apricot, cow's milk , alpha-lactalbumin, beta-lactoglobulin, casein, sesame seed, baker's yeast, garlic, celery, hazelnut, tomato, almond, coconut, peanut, egg, goat's milk, rye flour, oat, corn, buckwheat, wheat flour)24 000 HUF
Onconeuronal (paraneoplastic) antibodies (Amphisysin, CV-2 (CRMP5), Hu AT, Ma-2/TA, PMNA-2, Ri, Yo)14 900 HUF
Culture of nasal secretions6 000 HUF
Osteocalcin4 850 HUF
Total bilirubin400 HUF
Total protein concentration600 HUF
Total protein discharge600 HUF
Total protein500 HUF
Estradiol3 500 HUF
PAI (Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor)12 015 HUF
Pancreatic islet cell AT9 500 HUF
parathyroid hormone (PTH)6 900 HUF
Parvovirus IgG, IGM AT8 900 HUF
Pertussis IgG7 500 HUF
PMN elastase (from seminal plasma)8 900 HUF
Pneumococcus IgG25 000 HUF
Prealbumin3 200 HUF
Progesterone3 750 HUF
Procalcitonin (PCT)8 800 HUF
Prolactin3 850 HUF
Prostate panel (PSA + fPSA + proPSA + phi + blood test)28 900 HUF
Protein C13 800 HUF
Protein S15 000 HUF
AT against prothrombin6 900 HUF
Prothrombin INR1 150 HUF
PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) prostate cancer4 400 HUF
Pseudocholinesterase (Che)600 HUF
Renin9 800 HUF
Reticulocyte counting machine1 300 HUF
Rheumatoid factor (RF)1 980 HUF
Reverse T36 600 HUF
Copper (Cu)9 200 HUF
Copper discharge8 500 HUF
Insect bites: bee, wasp7 000 HUF
Rubella IgG, IgM AT6 900 HUF
S100 protein - melanoma suré8 950 HUF
Cultivation of sprouting mushrooms5 000 HUF
Cultivation of sprouting mushroom + resistance test7 000 HUF
Wound secretion culture6 000 HUF
SHBG (Sex Hormone Binding Globulin)3 900 HUF
Anti-sperm AT (seminal plasma)9 500 HUF
Anti-sperm AT (serum)9 500 HUF
Free and Biologically Active Testosterone (SHBG, Total Testosterone, Albumin Measurement Included)8 200 HUF
Free Protein S Antigen15 000 HUF
Detection of fecal blood, human blood specific6 500 HUF
Selenium (Se)9 000 HUF
Serum electrophoresis + paraprotein identification (immuno-fixation ELFO)9 800 HUF
Serum protein electrophoresis (ELFO)3 000 HUF
Solubile transferrin receptor9 800 HUF
Tissue specific autoantibody profile (AMA, APCA, SMA, LKM, endothelial antibodies)9 500 HUF
Nutritional intolerance test (221 nutrients, quantitative)69 900 HUF
Food intolerance test (46 nutrients, qualitative) (oats, wheat, rice, corn, rye, durum wheat, gluten, almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, tea, walnuts, cow's milk, whole eggs, chicken, lamb, beef, pork, white fish mixture, freshwater fish mix, tuna, crab and shellfish mixture, brocade koli, cabbage, detection of specific IgGs against carrots, leeks, potatoes, celery, cucumbers, peppers, legumes, grapefruit, melon mixture, peanuts, soybeans, cocoa beans, apples, blackcurrants, olives, oranges and lemons, strawberries, tomatoes, ginger, garlic, mushrooms, yeast)35 000 HUF
Therapeutic Human Insulin Against AT9 900 HUF
Pregnant AFP3 500 HUF
Pregnancy Trial1 500 HUF
Tetanus IgG7 500 HUF
TG (Thyreoglobulin)4 000 HUF
Tyrosine phosphatase (IA2)9 900 HUF
TNF-alfa15 000 HUF
Total IgE4 500 HUF
Total Testosterone3 850 HUF
Toxocara IgG AT5 500 HUF
Toxoplasma IgG, IgM AT8 900 HUF
TPA (Tissue Polypeptide Antigen) — Bladder and Lung Cancer NEW Scan7 500 HUF
TRAK (Anti-TSH Receptor AT)7 900 HUF
Transzferrin1 100 HUF
Treponema pallidum (lues) spec. AT and RPR5 500 HUF
TRIGLYCERIDE440 HUF
Thrombin time800 HUF
Platelet function test/PFA (aspirin)11 475 HUF
Platelet function test/PFA (clopidogrel)11 475 HUF
Immunological evaluation for thrombophilia (Phospholipid AT puncture, Annexin IgG/IgM, Anti-Prothrombin AT, Phosphatidylserine Anti-IgG AT, Phosphatidylserine Anti-IgM AT)28 000 HUF
Thrombophilia panel (prothrombin, activated partial thromboplastin ido (APTT), thrombin ido, fibrinogen, D-dimer quantitative, APC-resistance, protein-C, protein-S, antithrombin, lupus anticoagulant, factor VIII, homocysteine)58 000 HUF
Troponin I (TNi)4 000 HUF
TSH (Thyreoidea-Stimulating Hormone)2 500 HUF
Valproic acid6 600 HUF
Varicella Zoster Virus (VZV) IgA, IgG, IgM AT8 200 HUF
Iron (Fe)990 HUF
Mixed Inhalative+Nutritative Allergy Panel (Cat Dust/Harness, Dog Dryness, Brush Mold, Soot Mold, Canine Muse, Conidium Fungus, Ragfu, Birch Pollen, Mite Mixture (D1, D2, D3, D71), Fukmixture (GP1), Fowl Feather Mix, Egg, Cow's Milk, alpha-lactalbumin, betalactoglobulin, casein , peanuts, soy, wheat flour, goat's milk, detection of allergen-specific IgE against tokfish)15 000 HUF
Blood Alcohol1 980 HUF
Blood count with vending machine (qualitative blood count)2 500 HUF
Chemical analysis of the kidney5 000 HUF
Urine electrophoresis + paraprotein identification (immunocorrection ELFO)9 800 HUF
Urine electrophoresis + paraprotein identification (immunocorrection ELFO)9 800 HUF
Urine culture5 000 HUF
von Willebrand factor activity17 550 HUF
von Willebrand Factor Antigen (vWF)8 775 HUF
Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (We)1 300 HUF
Yersinia IgG, IgM, IgA AT7 900 HUF
Week 12: free? hCG + PAPP-A from serum + risk analysis8 800 HUF
Week 16: AFP + hCG + free estriol + inhibin From serum + risk analysis14 500 HUF
17-OH progesterone3 850 HUF
5-HIAA6 500 HUF

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Borika Magyar
Borika Magyar
2022-12-01
Dr Sas Andreanal jártam fiammal és párommal bőrgyógyászati kezelésen a rendelőben.Nagyon elégedett vagyok a doktornővel minden amit ajánlott pár nap alatt helyrehozta a régóta fennálló problémáinkat ezenkívül hozzáállása kedvessége és szakértelme lenyűgözött.Tobb ilyen orvos kéne.Koszonjuk az elletast.
Boglárka Kovács
Boglárka Kovács
2022-07-07
Néhány hónapja járok a Szegi Medical Centerbe. A szőrtelenítő kezelést csupán 3 hónapja kezdtem el, azonban az eredmények már most magukért beszélnek, a kezelés végeredményét pedig izgatottan várom. A szőrtelenítést mindig nagyon professzionálisan végzi kedves kezelőm: Maja, aki a kezelés közben mindig tájékoztat a kezelés menetéről, emelett mégis olyan, mintha csak egy baráti beszélgetésen vennék részt. Maja ajánlásával a Cooltech kezelést is kipróbáltam, amivel maximálisan meg vagyok elégedve. Évek óta harcoltam a makacs zsírpárnákkal a hasam területén és ennek a kezelésnek köszönhetően végre sikerült a legjobb formámat elérnem. Eleinte kissé tartottam az említett kezelésektől, de szerencsére mindig mindenről teljeskörű tájékoztatást kaptam, valamint a kezelő tanácsait mindig megfogadtam a kezeléseket követően. A klinikába lépve mindig egy elegáns, tiszta környezet fogad. A bájos recepciósok mindig nagyon kedvesek és odafigyelnek az apró részletekre is. A szépészeti kezelések mellett az éves szűrő vizsgálatokat is itt végeztem el. A vérvételt, Tünde nem csak fájdalom mentesen végezte, de az eredményt követően mindig a megfelelő tájékoztatást nyújtotta az egészségügyi állapotomról, valamint szükség esetén a megfelelő orvoshoz irányított. Dr. Sas Andrea bőrgyógyásznak köszönhetően a durva ekcémás problémám is tünetmentes mióta a Szegi Medical Centerbe járok. Nagyon örülök, hogy rátaláltam erre a klinikára és mindig izgatottan várom a következő kezelésemet.
Fukuyo Usui
Fukuyo Usui
2022-07-02
When I had consultation with them, they were really kind, patient and thorough about the detailed explanation in English! Even they tried to write down the explanations and prices of some plans i was intrigued in English, which was tremendously helpful for me. Also, even when I had to make an appointments via email and phone call, all the time the receptionists were sweet, so I was each time feeling very comfortable contacting them.
Péter Kocsis
Péter Kocsis
2022-06-13
Már többször jártunk itt, nagyon meg vagyok elégedve. Mindenkinek ajánlani tudom, mindenki nagyon kedves.
Edina Baráth
Edina Baráth
2022-05-20
A párommal érkeztem a Szegi Medical Centerbe. Tiszta szép igényes környezetbe cseppentünk, a recepciósokat külön kiemelném Zsóka és Szabolcs, nagyon kedvesen fogadtak minket, segítőkészek voltak, mindenben rendelkezésünkre álltak, még kávéval vagy igény szerint más frissítővel is megkínáltak minket érkezésünkkor. Dr Sas Andreánál jártunk, kiváló szakember, kedves,türelmes, a konzultáció során minden kérdésünkre választ kaptunk, és a kezelés során mindvégig figyelmes volt. Mindenkinek csak ajánlani tudjuk!!
Horvàth Alexandra
Horvàth Alexandra
2022-02-28
Csak jókat tudok róla mondani! Ismerős javaslatára kerestem fel a klinikát, es Dr. Sas Andreát. A Doktornőhöz egy elég komplex problémával érkeztem. Ezáltal izgultam is a vizsgálat előtt. Azonban a Doktornő az első pillanattól kezdve megnyugtató,kedves volt Velem, így a félelmem el is múlt azonnal. Minden kérdésemre részletesen és türelmesen válaszolt. Hihetetlenül jó szakember! Pár szóban jellemezve, azt mondanám, hogy precíz, alapos, lelkiismeretes, empatikus es nem utolsó sorba közvetlen! Nyugodt szívvel ajánlom mindenkinek!

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Borika Magyar
Borika Magyar
2022-12-01
Dr Sas Andreanal jártam fiammal és párommal bőrgyógyászati kezelésen a rendelőben.Nagyon elégedett vagyok a doktornővel minden amit ajánlott pár nap alatt helyrehozta a régóta fennálló problémáinkat ezenkívül hozzáállása kedvessége és szakértelme lenyűgözött.Tobb ilyen orvos kéne.Koszonjuk az elletast.
Boglárka Kovács
Boglárka Kovács
2022-07-07
Néhány hónapja járok a Szegi Medical Centerbe. A szőrtelenítő kezelést csupán 3 hónapja kezdtem el, azonban az eredmények már most magukért beszélnek, a kezelés végeredményét pedig izgatottan várom. A szőrtelenítést mindig nagyon professzionálisan végzi kedves kezelőm: Maja, aki a kezelés közben mindig tájékoztat a kezelés menetéről, emelett mégis olyan, mintha csak egy baráti beszélgetésen vennék részt. Maja ajánlásával a Cooltech kezelést is kipróbáltam, amivel maximálisan meg vagyok elégedve. Évek óta harcoltam a makacs zsírpárnákkal a hasam területén és ennek a kezelésnek köszönhetően végre sikerült a legjobb formámat elérnem. Eleinte kissé tartottam az említett kezelésektől, de szerencsére mindig mindenről teljeskörű tájékoztatást kaptam, valamint a kezelő tanácsait mindig megfogadtam a kezeléseket követően. A klinikába lépve mindig egy elegáns, tiszta környezet fogad. A bájos recepciósok mindig nagyon kedvesek és odafigyelnek az apró részletekre is. A szépészeti kezelések mellett az éves szűrő vizsgálatokat is itt végeztem el. A vérvételt, Tünde nem csak fájdalom mentesen végezte, de az eredményt követően mindig a megfelelő tájékoztatást nyújtotta az egészségügyi állapotomról, valamint szükség esetén a megfelelő orvoshoz irányított. Dr. Sas Andrea bőrgyógyásznak köszönhetően a durva ekcémás problémám is tünetmentes mióta a Szegi Medical Centerbe járok. Nagyon örülök, hogy rátaláltam erre a klinikára és mindig izgatottan várom a következő kezelésemet.
Fukuyo Usui
Fukuyo Usui
2022-07-02
When I had consultation with them, they were really kind, patient and thorough about the detailed explanation in English! Even they tried to write down the explanations and prices of some plans i was intrigued in English, which was tremendously helpful for me. Also, even when I had to make an appointments via email and phone call, all the time the receptionists were sweet, so I was each time feeling very comfortable contacting them.
Péter Kocsis
Péter Kocsis
2022-06-13
Már többször jártunk itt, nagyon meg vagyok elégedve. Mindenkinek ajánlani tudom, mindenki nagyon kedves.
Edina Baráth
Edina Baráth
2022-05-20
A párommal érkeztem a Szegi Medical Centerbe. Tiszta szép igényes környezetbe cseppentünk, a recepciósokat külön kiemelném Zsóka és Szabolcs, nagyon kedvesen fogadtak minket, segítőkészek voltak, mindenben rendelkezésünkre álltak, még kávéval vagy igény szerint más frissítővel is megkínáltak minket érkezésünkkor. Dr Sas Andreánál jártunk, kiváló szakember, kedves,türelmes, a konzultáció során minden kérdésünkre választ kaptunk, és a kezelés során mindvégig figyelmes volt. Mindenkinek csak ajánlani tudjuk!!
Horvàth Alexandra
Horvàth Alexandra
2022-02-28
Csak jókat tudok róla mondani! Ismerős javaslatára kerestem fel a klinikát, es Dr. Sas Andreát. A Doktornőhöz egy elég komplex problémával érkeztem. Ezáltal izgultam is a vizsgálat előtt. Azonban a Doktornő az első pillanattól kezdve megnyugtató,kedves volt Velem, így a félelmem el is múlt azonnal. Minden kérdésemre részletesen és türelmesen válaszolt. Hihetetlenül jó szakember! Pár szóban jellemezve, azt mondanám, hogy precíz, alapos, lelkiismeretes, empatikus es nem utolsó sorba közvetlen! Nyugodt szívvel ajánlom mindenkinek!