Parasitology diagnostics

Parasitology is a science which studies: the origin and  evolution of parasites, their structure, function, life cycle and transmission as well as their interaction with the host, the diseases they cause and the ways of fighting them.

According to the “Medical parasitology" standards, parasitological tests are objective by their nature, which is one of the causes for the constant increase in the spectrum of tests performed. The fast development of medical parasitology as a science and practice and of laboratory technology lead to the constant introduction of new indicators, as well as of methods and apparatus for their research, and also of some new therapeutic approaches and modern scientifically-grounded measures for fighting parasitism.

Most common parasites belong to the following types:

1. Type protozoa (leishmania, trypanosoma, trichomonas, amoebas, malaria plasmodium, etc.).
2. Type tapeworms
3. Type roundworm (nematode class)
4. Type Annelids (ring worms (leeches)
5. Type arthropods (some representatives of crustaceans, spiders, millipedes, insects and more.

"NADEJDA" laboratory performs all necessary parasitological examinations for admission to kindergarten or the appointment of a physician in connection with specific complaints.