OLIGO EYE LAB
Oligolab interprets data recovered from tissue molecular readings and relates them to different clinical health conditions of globe and optic nerve.
A lot of eye and nerve problems are proven to be of metabolic origin and early detection specially in children and old age can be of high importance to prevent serious consequences. Oligolab metabolic search engines can help ophthalmologists pre-diagnose and manage such metabolic organ problems.
Oligolab is a valid, fast, pain-free and precise tissue analysis software that can be relied on to detect or prevent serious eye problems.
Oligolab reports help keeping healthy vision and safe eye tension and nerve impulse over years for all age groups.
It’s not only a scan it’s a full health report
What is OligoLab?
OligoLab is a recommendation software that concisely bridge the core facts you need to know on nutrition and metabolism with relevant clinical scenarios.
OligoLab is a valuable, faster and cheaper tool used before any lab request to check health condition through precise tissue analysis.
Heavy metal ions can severely impair human health and negatively impact the environment and ecosystem. Cadmium, found in cigarette smoke, household waste (E.g. batteries), and even food, can damage the kidneys and weaken the bones. The general population is exposed to mercury mainly via food and dental amalgams. Mercury is toxic to the nervous system, and is especially a concern for the fetus; pregnant mothers are advised to avoid fish highly contaminated with mercury, such as swordfish and tuna. Lead exposure occurs via food and air, petrol emissions have contributed significantly to air pollution. Children are particularly susceptible to the neurotoxic effects of lead due to higher gastrointestinal uptake and a more permeable blood-brain barrier. Lead is also found in lead-based paints, and glazed food containers, where the potential exists for lead to leach into food. Arsenic exposure is typically via food and drinking water, and long-term exposure is associated with increased risks of skin cancers, as well as other cancers, as well as other skin lesions such as hyperkeratosis and pigmentation changes. Occupational exposure via inhalation is causally associated with lung cancer. A clear exposure-response relationship and high health risks have been observed with arsenic.
What are lab tests?
Laboratory tests are performed by medical devices (Tissue scanner ) that are intended for use on samples of blood, urine, or other tissues ( here it’s photo-molecular intracellular skin tissue) or substances taken from the body to help diagnose disease or other conditions.
Why does your doctor use lab tests?
Your doctor uses laboratory tests to help:
• identify changes in your health condition before any symptoms occur
• diagnose or aid in diagnosing a disease or condition
• plan your treatment for a disease or condition
• evaluate your response to a treatment
• monitor the course of a disease over time
How are oligo-lab tests analysed?
After Tissue scanner collects a sample from your tissue (photobiopsy) it is sent to an oligolab online metabolic search engine. Depending on the test, the presence, absence, or amount of an analyte may mean you do have a particular condition or it may mean that you do not have the particular condition. By doing that, oligolab went through thousands of evidence based science citations and references from different scientific approved search engines ( Pubmed ,Harvard ,mayo,CDC and others).
What do lab tests show?
Some types of lab tests show whether or not your results fall within normal ranges. Normal test values are usually given as a range, rather than as a specific number, because normal values vary from person to person.
Other types show whether there is a particular substance present or absent, such as a toxic element, which indicates whether you have a disease, an infection, or may or may not respond to a therapy.
Some laboratory tests are precise, reliable indicators of specific health problems, while others provide more general information that gives doctors clues to your possible health problems. Information obtained from laboratory tests may help doctors decide whether other tests or procedures are needed to make a diagnosis or to develop or revise a previous treatment plan. All laboratory test results must be interpreted within the context of your overall health and should be used along with other exams or tests.
What factors affect your lab test results?
Many factors can affect test results, including:
• medical history
• general health
• specific foods
• drugs you are taking