Clinical Chemistry Tests Laboratory tests demonstrating the presence of physiologically significant substances in the blood, urine, tissue, and body fluids with application to the diagnosis or therapy of disease. Clinical chemistry and Immunology are the back bone of any modern diagnostic lab. Clinical chemistry refers to the biochemical analysis of body fluids. It uses chemical reactions to determine the levels of various chemical compounds in bodily fluids. Several simple chemical tests are used to detect and quantify different compounds in blood and urine, the most commonly tested specimens in clinical chemistry. Techniques such as spectrophotometry, immunoassays, and electrophoresis are also used in clinical chemistry to measure the concentration of substances such as glucose, lipids, enzymes, electrolytes, hormones, proteins, and other metabolic products present in human blood and urine. Most common clinical chemistry tests (used on blood and urine specimens), including some of the uses and indications: Blood glucose: blood sugar, levels indicate how the body handles glucose. Electrolytes include sodium, potassium, chloride, bicarbonate, calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium. Measuring electrolytes can specifically indicate certain metabolic and kidney disorders. Enzymes are released into the blood by organs that are damaged or diseased. The type of enzyme released can indicate which organ is affected: Rescue Lab offers a comprehensive menu of standard laboratory tests. Our clinical chemistry tests are available for clinical diagnostics and research studies Rescue Lab perform many common chemistry and immunology tests, dramatically reducing reporting time. Rescue Lab is equipped with highly well-known machines. Using these instruments enables us to maintain the same high-standard of quality across Pakistan.