Advancements in Biomedical Research: Insights from Medical Laboratory and Technology
Vol. 6 No. 1 (2024)

Medical Laboratory and Technology encompass various biomedical research topics, including the potential of Haliclona sp. sponge as a source of bioactive compounds against multidrug-resistant bacteria, the importance of sigma metrics in assessing laboratory method performance, markers of liver injury in dengue patients, alternative staining methods for diagnosing soil-transmitted helminth infections, and the use of platelet parameters as prognostic indicators in COVID-19 patients. These studies collectively contribute to our understanding of antimicrobial discovery, laboratory quality control, tropical disease management, diagnostic innovation, and COVID-19 pathology, offering valuable insights to address complex biomedical challenges and improve patient care and outcomes.

The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors Nigeria, India and Indonesia

Combatting Bacterial and Fungal Infections: The Critical Role of Advanced Research and Diagnostics
Vol. 5 No. 2 (2023)

Bacterial and fungal infections are indeed a significant concern in the field of medicine, leading to a range of illnesses from minor infections to life-threatening conditions. Effective research and development in laboratories play a crucial role in combating these infections. Rapid and accurate diagnostic methods are essential for identifying bacterial and fungal infections early on. Researchers should strive to develop innovative and reliable diagnostic tools that can detect bacterial and fungal infections quickly and accurately. By addressing these aspects and continually improving research methodologies and technologies, the field can make significant strides in combating bacterial infections and improving overall public health.

The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors Turkey, India and Indonesia

Step up to strengthen the laboratory system and prepare for patients care
Vol. 5 No. 1 (2023)

Commonly, weaknesses in the laboratory system, underscore a need for policy changes to improve the country’s infectious disease respons. The laboratory and p physicians collaborate to implement systemic changes to improve the monitoring and tracking of highly transmissible diseases. Laboratory testing helps identify a disease in a population, determine how it may evolve, detect outbreaks, and assess the impact of disease control measures like vaccination. With inefficient test execution and faulty test design. A fundamental change in how fast and accurately patients are diagnosed and treated has been made possible by innovation in the clinical laboratory. Professionals in laboratory medicine are aware that a test that is analytically perfect may not always be the best to utilize; instead, it is important to consider how it will affect patient care. The laboratory should collaborate with physicians to undertake clinical utility studies for new laboratory tests that may have an influence on patient outcomes and healthcare expenditures in order to make a greater impact. They must work together to plan and carry out these trials.

The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors from Nigeria, India and Indonesia.

Enhanced knowledge of laboratory medicine's role in healthcare
Vol. 4 No. 2 (2022)

The healthcare system's laboratory is both its most and its least utilised resource. In recent years, with the development of very complicated laboratory procedures and sophisticated gear connected to computers and lab information systems, laboratory testing has undergone significant evolution. The demand for better patient care has increased along with the growth of laboratory services. More direct patient contact is required for laboratory professionals in front-line roles in healthcare teams made up of doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals in order to provide evidence-based and patient-centered treatment.

The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors from Indonesia.

The future of diagnostic laboratory testing
Vol. 4 No. 1 (2022)

Diagnostic laboratory are responsible for conducting tests that provide crucial information for detecting, diagnosing, treating, monitoring disease, provide advanced information in the pathogenesis of malignancies. Currently, innovation in medical science is accelerating .The challenge of diagnostic laboratory testing, including diagnostic laboratory method, a cost- effective and sustainable manner to improve patient health care. Diagnostic laboratory testing has to ready to keep up with the rapid transformation. Therefore, new research in diagnostic laboratory testing is becoming an importang part of diagnosis. Example, hemtology test can be used to indicate, diagnose, and evaluate many conditions, including infection, inflammation, and anemia. Molecular technique also important to helps estimate the chance of developing cancer in body.

The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors from Indonesia.

Molecule analysis to advance laboratory diagnosis
Vol. 3 No. 2 (2021)

The human health has been a topic of interest in clinical research. Analysis of health includes identification pathogen in host, new and nonculturable agents has become routine in diagnostic laboratory. In now days, molecule analysis, such as protein or genetic materials have been used to improve the sensitivity, specificity and turn-around time in the diagnostic laboratory. Molecule analysis are now emerging as important tools in all laboratories for rapid infection-control and intervention practices.

The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors from Nigeria and Indonesia.

Laboratory innovation : The challenge for medical laboratory
Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021)

Efforts to change the healthcare should be accelerated. This can be achieved thorugh dissemination of diagnostic method, such as improve the accuracy for serum magnesium analysis, modified media for culture of pathogenic bacteria; and methods for evaluating antimicrobial activity. Parasite and histologyical examination may also provide clues to timely diagnostic of disease. Furthermore, in silico medicine are important to support the diagnostics and to encourage the use of simulation in the development of drugs.

The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors from Hungary and Indonesia.

Increasing Research in Diagnostic Laboratory Testing
Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020)

Diagnostic laboratory is crucial to the entire health system. Laboratory must make changes today to prepare for increased testing workloads. By increasing research, diagnostic laboratories can benefit from increase workforce methodology, efficiency and accuracy.

The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors from Indonesia.

Laboratory Examinations Support in Medical Toxicology
Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)

Laboratory investigations is important to support of diagnosis, management, management and prevention of toxicity and different health effects due to medications, chemicals agents, occupational and environmental toxins, and biological hazards.

The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors from Malaysia and Indonesia.

Laboratory Analysis Applied to Medical Properties
Vol. 1 No. 2 (2019)

Laboratory analysis are widely used in clinical and public health. These analysis is important to gather information and identify changes in our health. Furthermore, analysis results plays an crucial role in evaluate the response to a treatment or monitor the status of health. 

Applied laboratory clinical research is the foundation to explore the evidence of medical properties. By developing the research, new method or optimation method would be provided accurate and verifiable knowledge about the medical properties.

The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors from Japan, Malaysia and Indonesia.

The Value, Importance, and Oversight of Health Research
Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019)

Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity (World Health Organization). I is appropriate that health is recognized as a human right in a wide range of global conventions and treaties. In order to support and improve health is conducting research fouced on the needs of patients and the public. The articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by authors from Indonesia.