DESUN HOSPITAL IS NABH & NABL ACCREDITED
National Accreditation Board for Hospitals (NABH) was founded by Government of India in 2005 to benchmark the quality of medical services of hospitals. DESUN is the youngest hospital in India to achieve NABH which till date has been achieve by a handful of hospitals of the standards of Escorts, Lilavati and Hinduja.
National Accreditation Board for Laboratories (NABL) like NABH is the “Gold Standard” for pathology laboratories awarded by the Govt. of India. Only DESUN in Kolkata has achieved NABL for over 1000 tests including Superspeciality tests using latest technologies like PCR, Immuno Assay, Flow Cytometry, etc.
NAME OF TEST
- Lipid Profile (7 Parameters)
(Total Cholesterol, HDL Cholesterol
LDL Cholesterol, Triglycerides,
VLDL Cholesterol, Total Cholesterol /
HDL Ratio, HDL/ LDL Ratio)
- Liver Function Test (9 Parameters)
(Total Protein, Albumin, Globulin,
SGPT, SGOT, Alkaline Phosphatase,
Bilirubin, Bilirubin (D), A/G Ratio)
- Blood Sugar (Fasting)
- Blood Haemogram (13 Parameters)
(WBC, RBC, HGB, HCT, MCV, MCH,
MCHC, PLT, DC, RWD-CV, PDW, MPV, ESR)
Superspeciality Test APOA 1 & APOB (2 Parameters)
The ratio of APOA 1 & APOB indicates the chances of heart
attack in the future.
Superspeciality Test HbA1C
Using latest Chemiluminescence technology this test
indicates Average sugar level in blood over the last 90 days.
Superspeciality Test CRP
This test measures general levels of inflammation in your
body and is highly sensitive test for infections. In case of Sepsis,
CRP level is found to be high. This test is more advanced and
specific than the standard ESR test.
Superspeciality Test hs-CRP
This test is used to predict the risk of developing heart disease
and allied complications, like strokes and sudden cardiac
death. Higher hs-CRP levels indicate higher risks.
Superspeciality Test Lip-a
This test is used to determine chances of development of
Coronary Artery disease.
Superspeciality Test Homocysteine
An increase level of homocysteine in the blood suggests high
risk of heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, and Alzheimer’s