Testing Services

Rapid Antigen Tests: Quick and reliable testing for the presence of COVID-19 antigens. PCR Tests: Highly sensitive molecular tests for accurate detection and diagnosis.

RSV Testing

RSV Testing is the diagnostic procedure used to detect Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RVS), a common respiratory virus that can cause illness, especially in young children and adults.

Molecular Panels for UTI Testing

Utilizing advanced molecular technology, our UTI panels can accurately detect and identify common bacteria and pathogens associated with urinary tract infections. This approach provides rapid and precise results, enabling appropriate treatment decisions.

Influenza A viruses are further classified into subtypes according to the combinations of the proteins on the surface of the virus. Currently circulating in humans are subtype A(H1N1) and A(H3N2) influenza viruses. The A(H1N1) is also written as A(H1N1)pdm09 as it caused the pandemic in 2009 and replaced the previous A(H1N1) virus which had circulated prior to 2009. Only influenza type A viruses are known to have caused pandemics.
Influenza B viruses are not classified into subtypes but can be broken down into lineages. Influenza type B viruses belong to either B/Yamagata or B/Victoria lineage.

Women's Health Services / STI Testing

Pap Smears: Screen for cervical cancer and detect any abnormal cervical cell changes. HPV Testing: Identify high-risk HPV strains associated with cervical cancer. Hormone Level Testing: Evaluate hormone levels to monitor reproductive health and diagnose hormonal imbalances. Pregnancy Tests: Determine pregnancy status by detecting the presence of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). Breast Cancer Genetic Testing: Assess the risk of hereditary breast cancer through genetic analysis. Ovarian Cancer Testing: Genetic testing to evaluate the risk of hereditary ovarian cancer.

Molecular Testing for STDs: Our advanced molecular testing panels accurately detect and identify various sexually transmitted infections, including Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes, Human Papillomavirus (HPV), and others. Timely and accurate diagnosis is crucial for appropriate treatment and prevention of further spread.

PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) Wound Testing is a groundbreaking diagnostic tool that has revolutionized the management of wound care by offering rapid, precise, and highly sensitive detection of pathogens directly from wound samples. This advanced molecular technique amplifies the DNA of bacteria, viruses, and fungi present in wounds, allowing for swift identification of the infectious agents responsible for wound infections. Unlike traditional culture methods, PCR testing significantly reduces the turnaround time for results, enabling healthcare providers to quickly tailor antibiotic therapy and treatment strategies. This not only accelerates the healing process but also minimizes the risk of antibiotic resistance, marking a significant step forward in personalized wound care and infection control.

PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) Nail and Fungal Testing represents a revolutionary approach in the diagnosis of fungal infections of the nails, offering unparalleled accuracy and speed compared to conventional diagnostic methods. By specifically amplifying the DNA of fungi directly from nail samples, this advanced molecular technique can quickly identify the presence of fungal pathogens, including those responsible for onychomycosis and other nail infections. This rapid and precise identification enables healthcare providers to promptly initiate targeted antifungal treatments, significantly improving patient outcomes. The ability of PCR testing to detect a wide range of fungal species, even at low concentrations, ensures a high level of sensitivity and specificity, making it an indispensable tool in modern dermatology and podiatry practices for the effective management of nail fungal infections.

Our Urine Drug Screening and Confirmatory Service integrates the efficiency of immunoassay screenings with the precision of Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS) or Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) for confirmatory testing, offering a comprehensive and reliable solution for detecting a wide array of substances. This dual-step process ensures unparalleled accuracy in identifying drugs and metabolites in urine samples, catering to the needs of employers, healthcare providers, and legal professionals. With rapid turnaround times and a commitment to confidentiality, our service is designed to provide clear, actionable results, supporting informed decision-making in various contexts such as pre-employment checks, compliance in substance abuse programs, and forensic investigations. By leveraging advanced technology and expert analysis, we deliver peace of mind through precise and dependable drug testing results.

Colorectal Cancer Screening using Non Invasive FIT Kit

At SNT Biotech Lab, we offer a non-invasive FIT (Fecal Immunochemical Test) Kit that revolutionizes the way colorectal cancer screening is conducted. The FIT Kit is a simple and convenient at-home test that detects hidden blood in the stool, which can be an early sign of colorectal cancer. Unlike traditional screening methods that require invasive procedures, the FIT Kit offers a non-invasive alternative that is highly accurate and user-friendly.

HbA1c Screening

At SNT Biotech Lab, we understand the importance of accurate and reliable testing methods for diabetes management. In this article, we will explore the significance of HbA1c screening and how it can help individuals with diabetes monitor their condition effectively. HbA1c, also known as glycated hemoglobin, is a form of hemoglobin that is used to measure average blood sugar levels over a period of time. Unlike traditional blood glucose tests, which provide a snapshot of blood sugar levels at a specific moment, HbA1c screening offers a broader perspective by reflecting average levels over the past two to three months.