This is Ampath

We are actively committed to upholding our status as one of Southern Africa’s foremost pathology laboratories.

 

We consistently serve the medical fraternity, insurance, governmental, managed health care, industrial organisations and other pathology practices with quality results and careful attention to our client and patient requirements. Ampath performs a full range of clinical analyses – from the routine to the highly esoteric – all under the direction of more than 140 pathologists. We pursue excellence by threading value and integrity throughout our organization all in the name of improving healthcare outcomes.

 

Ampath is the trading name for a group of amalgamated pathology practices that previously functioned independently and subsequently joined to form the incorporated practices' of Drs Du Buisson, Kramer, Swart and Bouwer.

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MALARIA UPDATE : SEPTEMBER 2019

The traditional malaria season in southern Africa is from Sept to May, but cases occur throughout the year. The seasonal

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EBOLA UPDATE: 1 AUGUST 2019

The risk for introduction of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) related to the current outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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EBOLA CONSIDERED LOW RISK TO SOUTH AFRICA

The risk of spread of Ebola to South Africa remains low according to risk assessments conducted by the Department of Health.

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Latest News

AmpathChat #62 - Pneumococcal Serotype-Specific Antibody Testing

Patients suffering from recurrent infections, autoimmunity or lymphoproliferative disease may have an underlying humoral immunodeficiency.

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AmpathChat #61 SA Dyslipidaemia Guidelines

In 2016 the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and the European Atherosclerosis Society (EAS) revised guidelines for the management of Dyslipidaemia.

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AmpathChat #60 Stem Cell Transplantation

Haematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) is any procedure where haematopoietic stem cells of any donor and any source are given to a recipient with the intention of repopulating the haematopoietic system in total or in part.

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