Doctor's Data Inc

Clinical Microbiology

Clinical microbiology plays a crucial role in individual and community health. Because most microbes living on or within the body are beneficial, distinguishing those that are disease-producing is a critical function of a clinical microbiology laboratory.

Doctor's Data bridges traditional clinical microbiology with complementary medicine, providing world-class diagnostic microbiology testing that helps you assess digestive and absorptive functions, detect pathogens or parasites and identify specific bacteria and yeast. Through specimens collected from a variety of body sites and the use of advanced assays and technology, Doctor's Data determines what microorganisms are present and which may be causing infection. Our painstaking approach can help you select the most appropriate antimicrobial therapy and the comprehensive nature of our testing represents real value for your patients and practice.

Compare Microbiology Profiles

Compare Microbiology Profiles

  Comprehensive Stool Analysis w/ Parasitology x1, 2 & 3* Comprehensive Stool Analysis Comprehensive Parasitology x1, 2 & 3* Microbiology Profile Bacteriology Culture Yeast Culture Parasitology x1, 2 & 3*
Expected/Beneficial Bacteria Culture: Including Bacteroides fragilis, Bifidobacteria, E. coli, Lactobacillus, Enterococcus, Clostridium spp.    
Dysbiotic Bacteria Culture and ID: Including Aeromonas, Campylobacter, Plesiomonas, Salmonella, Shigella, Vibrio, Yersinia, Edwardsiella tarda    
Commensal/Imbalanced Bacteria Culture and ID    
Yeast Culture and ID    
Pharmaceutical and Natural Agent Yeast/Bacterial Susceptibilities (performed when indicated)  
Parasitology Identification Concentrate and Trichrome Stain        
Giardia lamblia EIA        
Cryptosporidium EIA        
Elastase          
Fat Stain          
Muscle and Vegetable Fibers          
Carbohydrates          
Lactoferrin          
Calprotectin
Lysozyme          
White Blood Cells (WBC)          
Mucus          
Secretory IgA          
Short Chain Fatty Acids          
Red Blood Cells (RBC)          
pH          
Occult Blood          

*Parasitology testing can include one-, two- or three-day collection, based on practitioner preference.

Compare Clostridium Cultures

Compare Clostridium Cultures

  Comprehensive Clostridium Culture Toxigenic C. Difficile Culture Toxigenic C. Difficile DNA
Anaerobic Culture and ID of Multiple Species: Including C. botulinum, C. tetani and C. perfringens    
Specific Anaerobic Culture for Clostridium difficile  
Toxigenic C. Difficile DNA: Molecular Diagnostic Assay Detects All Known Toxigenic Strains (performed at no additional cost any time C. difficile is present)

Bacteriology Culture

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Calprotectin Stool

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Comprehensive Clostridium Culture

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Comprehensive Parasitology x3

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Comprehensive Stool Analysis

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Comprehensive Stool Analysis w/Parasitology x3

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Comprehensive Vaginosis Profile

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Elastase, stool

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GI Pathogen Profile, multiplex PCR

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H. Pylori Antigen, stool

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Intestinal Permeability

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Lactoferrin, stool

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Lysozyme Stool

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Microbiology Profile

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Parasitology x3

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Secretory lgA, stool

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Shiga Toxins, stool

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Stool Chemistry

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Toxigenic C. difficile Culture, stool

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Toxigenic C. difficile DNA; stool

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Yeast Culture

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Clinical Microbiology

Clinical Microbiology

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