Information wherever and whenever you need it
Lab Tests Online-AU is the mobile version of Lab Tests Online®AU, the free, award-winning website developed by pathologists and scientists that to help you better understand the pathology tests that are part of routine healthcare, diagnosis, and treatment.
Whether you are a patient looking for answers that might reassure you about your health, or a medical practitioner seeking quick confirmation regarding a particular test, Lab Tests Online-AU puts the information into the palm of your hand. This app stores the website’s content on your mobile device, meaning you won’t be dependent on an Internet connection to navigate to the information you need, when you need it. When you have online connectivity, the app will notify you whether updates are available, and will download the updates to provide new and modified content.
On Lab Tests Online-AU you’ll find:
- information on hundreds of laboratory tests, cross-linked to the diseases and conditions they are used to screen for, diagnose and treat
- feature articles that interpret complex scientific concepts to make them easy to understand
- a general overview of pathology laboratories, the way they work and the people who work in them
- regular news updates from the world of pathology and laboratory medicine
Lab Tests Online-AU has been developed for Australians by the Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists (AACB) with support from the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA) and other peak national pathology bodies. Copyright is held by the American Association for Clinical Chemistry, which originated the award-winning Lab Tests Online in the United States.
Lab Tests Online-AU is independent of, and receives no funding from, any commercial organisation including diagnostic or pharmaceutical companies. It has been funded under the Quality Use of Pathology Program of the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing.
Lab Tests Online is a public resource on clinical lab testing from the professionals who do the testing.