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You may think it is unnecessary to go to the hospital, visit your doctor or have tests while you are feeling well. However, there are a number of health risks that everyone faces. Factors ranging from your habits to family predisposition (eg family members suffering from diabetes, heart disease, cancer, etc.) can determine what health risks you face. This is where controls play a vital role in early diagnosis of disease.
Why is it important to perform routine checks?
It’s the perfect panel for assessing your overall health.
Most importantly, this is a good panel to set your “starting point”. Your baseline consists of all the numerical test results (levels) including your blood count, kidney function, liver function, electrolytes, total cholesterol, triglycerides, and glycemia. Knowing these levels, you can begin to manage your health, to see if they fluctuate over time.
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- Se (Sedimentation)
- Hemograms (leukocyte formula)
- Blood glucose
- Total Bilirubin – Direct Bilirubin
- Alt (transaminase) SGPT
- Ast (transaminase) SGOT.
An assessment of red blood cell production (Physiology / Pathology). Signs of anemia should be diagnosed or further treated (eg iron or vitamin deficiency, malabsorption, gastrointestinal loss, sickle cell anemia, hematological diseases, etc.)
Scan for any possible immune activation from long-term inflammation or chronic disease. Unexpected values indicate the need for further testing. Necessary examination in fatigue, cold sensations, tens, pale color, recurrent fever or whenever you do not want.
A 12-hour measurement of fasting to sugar reveals the possible presence of diabetes.
For people with a family history of diabetes, overweight, long-term stress, or fasting glucose levels, it is recommended that you measure your glucose level 2 hours after a high-carbohydrate meal. This is a dynamic test and assesses the body’s ability to “burn” sugar, revealing a possible development of diabetes in the near future.
Urea and Creatinine
These are the main tests of kidney function, measuring the efficiency of the kidneys to secrete these substances from the bloodstream into the urine. These tests are also used to detect possible dehydration, eating disorders, heart failure, etc.
They are a necessary test in cases of fatigue, headache, insufficient or excessive water intake, oliguria or polyuria, intense exercise, shortness of breath, taking diuretic-cardiac medications.
Cholesterol and Triglycerides
Assesses cardiovascular risk – atheromatous, due to dyslipidemia. The results assess endogenous cholesterol production as well as nutrient uptake (from animal fats).
Results should be evaluated in combination with all other cardiovascular risk factors (smoking, hypertension, diabetes, hypertension, overweight, lack of exercise, diet, sex, family history, cardiac ultrasound image, etc.)
It is a necessary test when there is polyurea, polydipsia, weight disorders, long-term cortisone intake or family history
Hepatic enzymes: transaminases (AST dhe ALT) and γ-GT
Liver function tests which can detect possible irritation from alcohol or drugs, polyphagia – overweight and fatty liver infiltration, autoimmune diseases, etc.
These tests are also used as an indicator of possible liver infections, such as hepatitis B and C. They are essential for assessing proper metabolic function and overall safety of the liver and the whole body.
Preparation before Check UP .
- Make sure to come on an empty stomach (10-12 hours).
- During this period, please do not drink anything other than water.
- If you are pregnant or suspect you may be pregnant, please contact your doctor.
- Please do not use medicines including iron or vitamin C. In the last 2 days, please do not consume foods such as red meat, beets, spinach, onions, radishes and broccoli.
- For women it is advised not to check during menstruation.