Frequently Asked Questions
Laboratory technician overview
Laboratory technicians are responsible for carrying out diagnostic tests, collecting bodily samples (like urine, phlegm, stool, blood and more) and can operate complex medical equipment
Diagnosis offered by Laboratory Technicians
Diagnosis offered by laboratory technicians include:
- Collection of different bodily samples
- Operate complex medical equipment
- Work on research
- Keep track of records and data
- Acquire correct diagnoses
Why do we need lab technicians?
Lab technicians are a crucial part of the treatment process of any and every illness. Lab techs conduct analyses that physicians use to make their diagnoses, without which a patient cannot receive the appropriate treatment they need.
What is the difference between a medical lab technician and a lab technician?
The difference between a medical lab tech and a lab tech is the kind of education and qualifications they obtain.