Executive Cardiac and health screening plus packages allows your doctor to see if you have any issues with the size, shape, or movement of your heart, some of which may be due to birth defects. However, it can also determine whether heart problems are causing symptoms such as shortness of breath or chest pains. In a nutshell, health screening protects you from potential risks that could lead to complications. When you have a family history of certain medical conditions, screening tests are even more important for your health.
• Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
• Serum lipoprotein
• Blood group ABO-RH
• Blood glucose (F, PP)
• Serum urea
• Serum creatinine
• Serum uric acid
• Electrolytes, serum
• Lipid profile
• Liver function test
• Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase
• Chemical examination
• Microscopic examination
• X-ray chest pa view
• PSA Prostate specific antigen
• Ultrasound whole abdomen
• Pap smear
• Complete haemogram
1. VDRL Test - The test is intended to determine whether you have syphilis, a sexually transmitted infection (STI). The bacterium Treponema pallidum causes syphilis. The bacterium infects by penetrating the mouth or genital area lining. The VDRL test does not look for syphilis-causing bacteria. Instead, it looks for antibodies produced by your body in response to antigens produced by bacteria-damaged cells. Antibodies are proteins that your immune system produces to fight off invaders such as bacteria or toxins. Testing for these antibodies can help doctors determine if you have syphilis.
2. HBsAg (Hepatitis B surface antigen) Test- HBsAg assays are routinely used to diagnose suspected HBV infection and track the status of infected people to see if the infection has resolved or if the patient has become a chronic carrier of the virus.
3. Blood group ABO-RH Test- The ABO and Rh types are genetically inherited antigen groups found in the outer membrane of each red blood cell. The ABO group is made up of four options: A, B, AB, and O. Rh type can be either positive or negative.
4. Serum lipoprotein Test - The lipoprotein level in your blood is measured by this test. A high lipoprotein level may indicate a high risk of heart disease and stroke. Lipoproteins are protein and fat particles (lipids).
5. Blood Glucose (fasting)- The blood sugar level is the amount of sugar present in the blood. This blood test is performed at two stages as F(fasting), PP (Post Prandial). The blood test F (fasting) gives vital clues about how the body is managing blood sugar levels.
6. Blood Glucose (fasting and Post Prandial)- The blood sugar level is the amount of sugar present in the blood. This blood test is performed at two stages as F(fasting), PP (Post Prandial). The blood test F (fasting) gives vital clues about how the body is managing blood sugar levels. PP test determines the amount of glucose in the blood after a meal.
7. Serum Urea Test- A serum urea nitrogen test determines the amount of urea nitrogen in the blood.
8. Serum creatinine - A creatinine test determines how well your kidneys do their job of filtering waste from your blood.
9. Serum Uric Acid Test- This test determines the concentration of uric acid in your blood or urine. Uric acid is a natural waste product produced by the body when purines are broken down. Purines are compounds found in your own cells
10. Serum Electrolyte Test- An electrolyte panel, also known as a serum electrolyte test, is a blood test that measures levels of the body's main electrolytes: sodium, which aids in fluid control. It also aids in the proper functioning of your nerves and muscles. Chloride, which also aids in fluid control in the body.
11. Lipid Profile Test- is a blood test that can determine the levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in your blood.
12. LFT (Liver function test) Test- A liver function test is performed to learn about the levels of albumin and total protein, which aid in the development and maintenance of muscles, bones, blood, and organ tissue. Low levels can be seen with liver or kidney disease, as well as nutritional issues.
13. G6PD Test - A G6PD test involves drawing blood to check the levels of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase. G6PD is an enzyme that aids in the proper functioning of your red blood cells. Low G6PD levels can result in haemolytic anaemia. If you have symptoms of haemolytic anaemia, you may require a G6PD test.
14. Chemical Examination Test- A chemical test is typically a quick reaction in a test tube that produces a dramatic visual clue (a colour change, precipitate, or gas formation) as evidence for a chemical reaction.
15. Microscopic Examination Test- This test uses a microscope to examine a sample of your urine. It can detect urinary tract cells, blood cells, crystals, bacteria, parasites, and tumour cells. This test is frequently used to confirm the results of other tests or to supplement a diagnosis.
16. X ray chest PA View Test (Posterior-Anterior) - This test is used to look for any injuries or fractures in the bones of the chest wall, some lung diseases like pneumonia, and to diagnose underlying heart diseases like heart enlargement.
17. ECG Test (Electrocardiogram) - An ECG can aid in the detection of arrhythmias, which occur when the heart beats too slowly, too quickly, or irregularly. Coronary heart disease occurs when the blood supply to the heart is blocked or interrupted due to a build-up of fatty substances.
18. Ultrasound Whole Abdomen Test - An abdominal ultrasound is a type of medical imaging test that uses sound waves to look inside the abdomen (belly).
19. Echocardiography Test - An echocardiogram, also known as "echo," is a scan that examines the heart and nearby blood vessels. It's a type of ultrasound scan in which a small probe sends out high-frequency sound waves that create echoes when they bounce off different parts of the body.
20. Pap smear Test - The Pap smear tests for precancers, which are cell changes on the cervix that can progress to cervical cancer if not treated properly. The HPV test looks for the virus that can cause these cell changes (human papillomavirus).
21. Complete Haemogram Test - A complete blood count (CBC) is a blood test that is used to assess your overall health and detect a variety of disorders such as anaemia, infection, and leukaemia.₹ 4800 12000 Pay Now Limited Offer
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