By using a molecular syndromic approach and a broad test menu, we can better detect and identify the infectious agent with just one easy diagnostic test. Advanta's infectious disease testing increases the probability of identifying a pathogen in patients with symptoms of an infectious disease and increases the capability of detection of co-infections.Read More
Since we are a full-service anatomic pathology lab specializing in podiatric medicine, we issue reports on a variety of specimens from the lower limbs including but not limited to: Bone, cysts, tumors, skin, soft tissue, nails, and foreign bodies.
Molecular diagnostics is a broad term describing a class of diagnostic tests that assess a person's health literally at a molecular level, detecting and measuring specific genetic sequences in deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) or ribonucleic acid (RNA) or the proteins they express.
Toxicology screens are used to identify substances affecting a patient and to guide the clinician to predict future toxic effects, to confirm the differential diagnosis or to guide therapy.
The Women's Health menu was designed to serve the OB/GYN practitioner. Advanta's menu includes all relevant tests in women's health, including conventional Pap tests to molecular diagnostic testing for infectious diseases.
Advanta Analytical Laboratories is a high-complexity CLIA and CAP accredited laboratory company consisting of professional scientists trained in pharmacology, biochemistry, toxicology, microbiology, cytogenetics, and molecular genetics. The combination of research and clinical expertise facilitate evidence-based, clinically relevant testing programs and accessible client support.
Our provider solutions are aligned with the leaders in this extremely complex, but ever so important field of research and practice of medicine. It is our goal to prove how uniquely invaluable our testing methodologies, laboratory services, research, and results provide for best practices in patient care and outcomes.
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