Isoserology is a set of hematological studies aimed at determining the blood type, the presence or absence of Rh factor, antierythrocyte and antigroup antibodies. Isoserological studies are carried out in preparation for operations and organ transplantation, blood transfusions, conception planning, during pregnancy, as well as during the medical commission for admission to military service and other law enforcement agencies. The results have an independent diagnostic value, they allow us to assess the compatibility of the blood of the donor and recipient, mother and fetus. Blood sampling for tests is carried out from a vein. The method of investigation is the agglutination reaction. Reference values are determined for anti-erythrocyte and antigroup antibodies: normally the result is negative. Deadlines for all studies – no more than 1 working day.

Coombs Test

Coombs test – an antiglobulin test aimed at detecting incomplete anti-erythrocyte antibodies to the Rh factor in Rh-negative blood – a specific protein that is located on the surface of red blood cells of Rh-positive blood. There are two types of this test: direct – detection of antibodies on the surface of red blood cells,…

Rhesus Antibodies Test

Rhesus antibodies test – a laboratory study aimed at detecting antibodies in Rh-negative blood to the Rh factor – a specific protein that is located on the surface of red blood cells of Rh–positive blood. The indicator has an independent diagnostic value, the study is carried out after receiving the results of tests to determine…

RH Factor Blood Test

RH factor blood test is a comprehensive laboratory study aimed at determining the individual antigenic characteristics of erythrocytes and the presence or absence of Rh antigen on their surface. The diagnostic procedure is prescribed to assess the compatibility of donor and recipient blood before transfusion, surgery, organ and tissue transplantation, as well as to determine…