Clinical Biochemistry is the division of Laboratory Medicine that deals with the measurement of chemicals in blood, urine and other body fluids. These test results are used for the diagnosis and management of the disease. The Clinical Biochemistry services provide advice to Clinicians on the appropriate use of tests, interpretation of results and follow up investigations that may be required.
NHSGGC Biochemistry GP Handbook
Scottish Trace Element & Micronutrient Diagnostic & Research Laboratory
The Scottish Trace Element and Micronutrient Diagnostic and Research Laboratory (STEMDRL) is in part centrally funded by the National Services Division of NHS Scotland to provide a specialist analytical and advisory service for trace elements and vitamins.