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Discover the fascinating realm of biochemistry at Surya Hospitals, where we decipher your body's complex molecular processes to offer profound health insights. The study of biochemistry enables us to comprehend the molecular causes of both health and sickness by examining the chemical processes that take place within living things. At Surya, our biochemistry specialists use state-of-the-art methods to examine blood and other body fluids to provide you with a complete picture of your internal health.

Your Body's Chemistry Unraveled for Optimal Health

What is Biochemistry?

The study of chemicals and chemical reactions that take place inside living things is known as biochemistry. In the context of medicine, it entails examining biological samples to determine the concentrations of different substances, proteins, and enzymes. Examples of these samples include blood, urine, and other body fluids.

What are the indications related to Biochemistry?

The study of biochemistry is essential in identifying and treating a range of medical disorders, such as:

What are the benefits of biochemistry?


Most biochemistry tests don't require the patient to do any particular preparation. However, fasting can be required for some assessments. Personalized instructions will be given by your healthcare practitioner according to the kind of test being conducted.


Samples of blood or other physiological fluids are obtained for biochemistry tests. These samples are then examined in a lab to determine the concentrations of different chemicals like glucose, cholesterol, enzymes, and hormones. The findings assist in creating suitable healthcare strategies and offer important information about your health.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is Biochemistry testing necessary?

Testing for biochemistry examines physiological fluids such as blood to evaluate your health at a molecular level and help discover diseases early.

How are Biochemistry tests conducted?

In the lab, a tiny sample of blood or another physiological fluid is taken and examined to evaluate a range of biochemical indicators.

How long does it take to receive the results of a Biochemistry test?

Your healthcare practitioner will let you know when to expect your results, as reaction times vary.

Is it necessary to fast for every Biochemistry test?

For some tests, fasting can be required to get reliable findings. If necessary, your healthcare provider will provide you with precise instructions.

Can babies and children be tested for Biochemistry?

It is possible to modify biochemistry tests for people of various ages, including young toddlers and newborns. The special health needs of younger patients are taken into account when designing pediatric biochemistry panels.

Still have questions?

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