Haematology & Bacteriology


Haematology is the study of the figurative elements of the blood: red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Haematology analyses are used to diagnose anaemia, haemoglobinopathies and leukaemia, among other things.


Haemostasis is the set of biological mechanisms involved in blood coagulation and in maintaining the fluidity of blood in the vessels.



Microbiology uses a variety of techniques (microscopy, culture, PCR, serology) to identify micro-organisms responsible for infection. The laboratory results allow physicians to choose the appropriate treatment. The results are used to decide on the most appropriate treatment for the patient.  


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