MOBILE SERUM TESTING

Personalized Blood Serum Services

Unique Mobile Labs Inc. works with a local laboratories that provides state of the art serum testing that serves Psychiatrists, Hospitals, Clinics, Independent Physicians and Guest Homes. The use of serum testing as both an analytical and predictive tool is revolutionizing medicine. Unique mobile labs in partnership with its lab partners, medical directors and top physicians created “Unique Wellness” blood testing panel specific for either male and female patients as a comprehensive screening tool of our patients’ health status. Alternatively, specialized sub-panels for the patient’s particular needs or physicians orders are available to assess and evaluate a specific condition or test result in more detail.

The medical and scientific laboratories we that provide Testing and Analysis Services have defined a unique “wellness” blood testing panel specific for either male and female patients as a comprehensive screening tool of our patients’ health status. Alternatively, specialized sub-panels for the patient’s particular needs or physicians orders are available to assess and evaluate a specific condition or test result in more detail.

 

Physicians rely on “blood-work,” or clinical laboratory diagnostic blood testing to diagnose medical conditions and to monitor patient medications and health. Other important considerations are differences in groups of individuals: gender, age group, population norms in the country of testing, race and ethnic factors. An ‘abnormal’ blood test result does not necessarily mean that there is something wrong with you. Many non-illness related factors may have an impact on your blood test results. These include such things as the meals eaten or not eaten (fasting) in the 24 hours preceding the test, race, dietetic preference, age, sex, stress, menstrual cycle, physical exercise in the hours before testing, collection and/or handling of the specimen, non-prescription drugs (aspirin, cold medications, vitamins, etc.), prescription drugs, alcohol intake, and the quality of the sleep that you got on the night before the test, among others.