Reliable and Convenient Laboratory Testing

Welcome to BLEZ Clinic, where we provide a comprehensive range of professional laboratory tests to help you maintain your health and detect potential health issues at an early stage. Our dedicated team of experienced and qualified staff ensures that you receive accurate and reliable results. We offer a diverse selection of tests, including:

Blood tests
Urine tests
Stool tests
Immunology tests
Travel medicine tests
Wellness programs

We understand that undergoing a laboratory test can be an intimidating experience. Therefore, we prioritize your comfort and aim to keep you well-informed throughout the entire process. Our friendly staff is available to address any concerns or questions you may have, providing you with the necessary support.

When it comes to obtaining laboratory tests, we know that reliability and convenience are key factors. At BLEZ Clinic, we are committed to meeting these expectations by offering a comprehensive range of tests, employing experienced professionals, and prioritizing exceptional customer service. Contact us today to schedule an appointment to take the next step toward your well-being.

Laboratory Test Directory

Test NamePriceTurnaround Time
Ricketsia Antibody2,0005 days
Hemolytic Complement (CH50)2,0005 days
Vitamin D Level2,2001 day
Chlamydia trachomatis IgA2,30011 days
Estriol (E3)2,5005 days
Free Testosterone2,8001 day
Protein C2,8005 days
Protein S2,8005 days
Anticardiolipin Antibody(IgA,IgM,IgG)2,8005 days
Hepatitis C antigen2,9801 day
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Quantitative PCR3,0003 days
Herpes Simplex PCR3,0003 days
Antinuclear antibody3,0001 day
Fecal Calprotectin (FC)3,5005 Days
Leptospira PCR3,6003 days
Progesterone 17-OH3,60011 days
HIV PCR4,0003 days
Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Quantitative PCR4,0003 days
PCR Varicella Zoster Virus4,0003 days
Dihydrotestosterone (DHT)4,00016 days
Food + Inhalation Thailand Profile specific IgE (Immunoblot)4,6002 days
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea5,0007 days
EBV Quantitative RT-PCR5,0009 days
Allergy screening for food+inhalation6,0005 days
Herpes Simplex PCR with type6,0003 days
Vitamin D2/D36,0003 days
HIV Viral Load7,0005 days
Poliovirus Isolation and PCR7,60030 Days
STI (Sexually transmitted infection ) Multiplex PCR7,0005 days
Specific IgE profile (Immunocap) for Nuts11,0003 days
Cortisol (Saliva)11,30023 Days
8-Hydroxy-2'-deoxyguanosine (8-OHdG) in Urine16,000within 9
Pregnenolone35,80015 Days
Parasite Examination2001 day
ABO blood group1501 day
Rh Group1501 day
ESR2001 day
Glucose (Fasting Blood Sugar)2001 day
Creatinine2001 day
Creatinine +GFR2001 day
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)2001 day
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP)1201 day
SGPT (ALT)2001 day
Albumin2001 day
VDRL (RPR)2002 days
Sodium1301 day
Potassium1301 day
Malaria parasite2001 day
Total Cholesterol1601 day
Uric acid2001 day
SGOT (AST)2001 day
Urine Examination (UA)2001 day
Stool Examination2001 day
Complete blood count (CBC)2501 day
Reticulocyte Count2001 day
Calcium2001 day
Phosphorus2001 day
Bilirubin (Total,Direct)2001 day
Total Protein (albumin + globulin)2001 day
Urine Pregnancy Test (UPT)2001 day
Fecal Immunochemical testing (FIT)2001 day
Stool occult blood2001 day
Weil Felix2001 day
serum2501 day
Widal Agglutination2501 day
Gamma GT (GGT)2601 day
Triglyceride (TG)3001 day
HDL Cholesterol3001 day
LDL Cholesterol3001 day
Triiodothyronine (T3)3001 day
Thyroxine (T4)3001 day
Thyroxine Free (Free T4)3001 day
Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg)3001 day
Electrolytes4001 day
creatine phosphokinase (CPK)4001 day
Magnesium4001 day
Prothrombin Time (PT/INR)4001 day
Partial Thromboplastin Time (PTT)4001 day
Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)4001 day
Serum Iron (SI)4001 day
Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC)4001 day
Hepatitis B s antibody (HBsAb)4001 day
Hepatitis B c antibody (HBcAb)4001 day
C-Reactive Protein High Sens. (CRP)4001 day
Rheumatoid Factor (RF)4001 day
Urine amphetamine4001 day
Alpha Fetoprotein (AFP)5001 day
Rotavirus screening5001 day
Blood Pregnancy Test (Beta HCG)5001 day
Progesterone5001 day
Rubella IgG5001 day
HIV Antibody5001 day
Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA)5501 day
Hepatitis C antibody (Anti HCV)7001 day
Hemoglobin Typing Hb typing (thalassemia)6002 days
Urine Protein Creatinine Ratio (UPCR)6001 day
Hemoglobin A1c typing (HbA1c)6001 day
Stool culture6003-5 days
Urine Culture (UC)6002-5 days
Blood Culture6003-5 days
Ferritin6001 day
Microalbumin urine (MAU)6001 day
Estradiol (E2)6001 day
Luteinizing Hormone (LH)6001 day
Anti Nuclear Factor(ANF)6002 day
Anti Smith Antibody6001 day
Complement C36002 days
Complement C46002 days
Marijuana (Cannabinoids)6001 day
Opiate6001 day
Benzodiazepine6001 day
Fibrinogen7001 day
Triiodothyronine Free (Free T3)7001 day
Transferrin Saturation7001 day
Testosterone7001 day
Cortisol (Blood)7001 day
Hepatitis Be Antibody7001 day
Hepatitis A Antibody ( IgG+ IgM )7001 day
Vitamin B127001 day
Treponema pallidum haemagglutination (TPHA)7007 days
Helicobacter pylori IgG (H.pylori IgG)7004 days
Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) IgG7004 day
Thyroglobulin Antibody7001 day
Microsomal Ab (Thyroid peroxidase Ab) (Anti TPO)7001 day
Varicella Zoster IgG7202 days
Malaria antigen screening8001 day
Liver function tests (LFT)8001 day
Prostatic Specific Antigen (PSA)8001 day
Folicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)8001 day
Prolactin8001 day
Hepatitis Be Antigen8001 day
Rubella IgM8001 day
Mycoplasma IgM8004 days
FTA ABS IgG8005 days
FTA ABS IgM8004 days
Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) IgM8004 day
Measles Virus IgG8003 days
Alcohol (Ethanol) in Urine800within 5 days
Alcohol (Ethanol) in Blood800within 3 days
Phencyclidine (PCP)8801 day
Lipid profile (CHO,TG,HDL,LDL)9001 day
Dehydroepiandrosterone Sulphate (DHEAS)9001 day
HIV Antigen9001 day
Haptoglobin1,0001 day
Lipoprotein (a)1,0004 days
Folic Acid1,0001 day
Folate1,0001 day
Hepatitis A Antibody (IgM)1,0001 day
Helicobacter pylori IgM (H.pylori IgM)1,0004 days
MUMPS Virus IgG1,0002 days
Scrub Typhus Antibody(Rapid Test)1,0001 day
Zinc in Blood1,000within 7
Morphine (Heroine, Opiate)1,0001 day
Cocaines1,0001 day
Chlamydia trachomatis IgM1,2008 days
Cancer Antigen 125 (Ovary Cancer) (CA 125)1,1001 day
Cancer Antigen 15-3 (Breast Cancer) (CA 15-3)1,1001 day
Carbohydrate Antigen 19-9 (Digestive Tract) (CA 19-9)1,1001 day
Salmonella typhi IgM/IgG1,1001 day
Atopic Dermatitis1,1001 day
Hepatitis A IgG1,2001 day
Growth hormone1,2004 days
Sex hormone blinding globulin (SHBG)1,2001 day
Anti-cyclic citrullinated peptides (anti-CCP) IgG1,2001 day
Varicella Zoster IgG1,3002 days
Chlamydia trachomatis IgG1,3008 days
Leptospira IgM1,3001 day
Tetanus IgG1,28011 days
Japanese Encephalitis IgM1,30023 days
Barbiturates1,3001 day
Prostatic Specific Antigen Free (Free PSA)1,3501 day
Measles Virus IgM1,4004 days
Homocysteine1,4001 day
Parathyroid hormone (PTH)1,4001 day
COVID-19 Spike Protein IgG Quantitative Antibody1,4001 day
Gnathostoma antibody(Tropmed)1,40016 days
Anti-DNA1,4001 day
CD41,5002 Days
Mumps Virus IgM1,5007 days
Varicella Zoster IgM1,5007 days
Antithrombin III1,6005 days
Dengue NS1 Antigen1,6001 day
Japanese Encephalitis IgG1,80011 days
Anti Nuclear RNA (Anti nRNP)1,8001 day
※Please note that the prices listed are applicable as of October 2021 and are subject to change without prior notice.
※It's important to be aware that the prices mentioned do not include fees for doctor consultations, nursing and service charges, as well as facility and equipment expenses."

The Benefits of Getting Regular Laboratory Tests

Regular laboratory tests can be beneficial for a number of reasons, including:

Detecting Diseases Early: Many diseases can be detected early with laboratory tests, before they cause any symptoms. This early detection enables prompt treatment and improves overall outcomes.
Monitoring Chronic Conditions: If you have a chronic condition, such as diabetes or high blood pressure, regular laboratory tests can help your doctor to closely monitor your condition and ensure that the prescribed treatment is effective.
Screening for Risk Factors: Some laboratory tests can be used to screen for risk factors for diseases, such as high cholesterol or high blood pressure. This can help you to make lifestyle changes to reduce your risk of developing a disease.
Checking Medication Levels: If you are taking medication, regular laboratory tests can help your doctor to check that the levels of the medication in your blood are within the safe range.

Preparing for a Laboratory Test

The specific instructions for preparing for a laboratory test will vary depending on the type of test. However, there are some general things that you can do to prepare for any laboratory test:

  1. Follow your doctor's instructions carefully.
  2. Fast for at least 10 hours before some tests, such as blood tests for blood sugar or cholesterol.
  3. Avoid drinking alcohol or caffeine before some tests, as these substances can affect the accuracy of certain tests.
  4. Take your prescribed medications as usual, unless your doctor advises otherwise.
  5. Bring a list of all the medications you are currently taking, including over-the-counter medications and herbal supplements.
  6. Wear comfortable clothing that allows easy access to the area being tested, if applicable.