Hematology Section

Hematology  is one of the most important parts of the pathobiological laboratory that examines blood in patients. The Hematology section of Imad’s Pathobiology Lab is proud to be ready to provide all this services to all loved ones every day.
What is blood?


Blood is one of the specialized tissue in which its cells are floating in a field called the blood plasma, which is about 5 liters in the body of any adult. The blood is pumped by the heart into blood vessels and flows through the tissues and cells and serves the task of feeding and oxygenating tissues. Another bloody task is to restore the waste material from the metabolism of substances in cells and carbon dioxide. It is blood as long as it is in fluid form, which is circular in the veins; if blood is removed from this cycle, it quickly forms a clot. The blood clot is made up of blood cell elements and bright yellow liquid called serum. The main blood cells that make up red blood are red blood cells or hematocrites, which in women are 35-45% and in men 40-50% of the blood volume. Blood tissue consists of various parts such as erythrocytes (concurrent and non-nucleated cells), leukocytes, neutrophils, eosinophils, basophils, lymphocytes, monocytes and platelets, each of which has specific functions Have themselves

Hematology section in the lab

In the laboratory hematology section, a blood sample taken for white blood cell count, red blood cell count, platelet count, and differential white blood cell count, for diagnosis of cancer, diagnosis of anemia and blood diseases by an automatic cell counting machine Review. Other trials performed in this section are PTT and PT tests that are used in patients before the surgery for the first examination of the circulatory system.

The tests performed in the hematological department include Retic-Hams test, Mix pt, Mix ptt, Met Hb, BB Rh, Combs, Indirect Combs, Osmotic Fragility, Cold Agglotination, Crayo, Le cell, LAC Isohemoglotination, Anti Trombin, NBT, (H1A B27, B5, B51, B8), WBC Cross Match, Panel Reactivity, and CBC.

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