This package give a comprehensive overview of your health. It identifies early signs of cancer, blood, kidney, liver, cholesterol, pancreas, joint and thyroid health. It also includes an ECG (electrical heart trace), lung function testing, vision testing, ultrasound bone examination, PAP smear (for females) and bio-resonance comprehensive screen. Correct diagnosis and early detection of cancer significantly improves survivability, treatment success and reduces risk of cancer recurrence and mortality. All this aids in helping you take preventative cautious measures to ensure you remain healthy.
Who should get tested?
– individuals above 30 years old
– People with previous heart attacks or any other heart conditions
– People with family history of heart disease
– People with high blood pressure
– Patients on treatment for high blood pressure
– People with high cholesterol
– People who are overweight
– Heavy alcohol intake
– Diabetics or those with borderline diabetes
– individuals with family history of cancer ( no matter what age)
– patients with previous cancers ( no matter what type of cancer)
– people with poor nutrition
▸ Physical Examination
▸ Full Blood Count
This test gives an overview of blood health: highlighting early signs of blood disoders, infection, inflammation and blood cancers.
▸ Diabetes Screening Test (include HbA1c)
This test tells you how much sugar you have circulating in your body. Higher sugar (glucose) predisposes you to diabetes. This test includes HbA1C, which helps diagnose diabetes and prediabetes. It can also guide patients already on existing diabetes sugar-lowering medications.
▸ Lipid Function Profile
This is an in depth test showing levels of various cholesterols and fatty acids in your blood. High cholesterol predisposes to heart disease, stroke and diabetes. This test is also helpful to guide patients on existing cholesterol lowering medication – to gauge if they are on adequate medication.
▸ Liver Function Test
This test gives an overview of liver function: highlighting your body’s nutrition status, protein content, liver enzyme function and ability to excrete your body’s toxins and waste. It detects any early signs of liver dysfunction.
▸ Renal Function Profile
This test gives an overview of kidney health: highlighting early signs of reduced kidney function, body electrolyte content, mineral content and hydration level.
▸ General Urinalysis (FEME)
This test gives a comprehensive overview of your kidney health. Abnormalities can highlight early signs of urinary tract dysfunction, diabetes or liver dysfunction.
This test detects high levels of uric acid in the blood, which could be a sign of gout. It is also vital to monitor uric acid levels when undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment for cancer.
This test is conducted to categorise your blood type and group. It is important to know your blood type to prevent the risk of you receiving an incompatible blood type at a time of need, such as during a blood transfusion or during surgery.
An ECG (electrocardiogram) records the electrical activity in your heart at rest. This can give insight into your heart rate and heart rhythm. It also highlights irregular heart rhythms (arrhythmias), previous heart attacks (myocardial infarction), blocked coronary arteries, high blood pressure (hypertension), heart valvular diseases and structural heart defects.
Pulmonary function tests (PFTs) are noninvasive tests that indicate how efficient the lungs are functioning. The tests measure lung volume, capacity, rates of flow, and gas exchange. This information can help your doctor diagnose and decide the treatment of certain lung disorders.
|Infectious Disease Screening
▸ Sex Transmitted Disease Screening
A series of tests performed to assess vision, visual fields and ability to focus on and discern objects.
Measures levels of minerals in the blood to ensure adequate amounts. Minerals are essential for enzymes involved in metabolism.
|Consultations & Report
▸ Typed Medical Report
▸ Inflammation Profile
A raised value indicates inflammation or infection in the body, prompting your doctor to carry out more tests to look for the cause.