Men Check Up

Men Check Up

Check up is an early assessment of the health status of healthy individuals and the early diagnosis of a possible disease that has not yet led to a complaint. Doing a check up is to take care of one’s self and health. Early diagnosis of some diseases and especially cancer is extremely important. Thus, early diagnosis of such diseases increases the success of treatment as a result of check up scans. Early awareness and early treatment in every area of medicine and in every disease will increase the life comfort of the person and increase the life expectancy.

Tests that should be in a standard check up control; blood count, blood tests (liver, kidney, etc.), sedimentation, cholesterol and lipid levels, thyroid (goiter) test, hepatitis (jaundice) test, complete urinalysis, all abdominal ultrasonography, chest radiography, electrocardiography and blood in the feces is searched.

VIP: Male Check-Up Package

Executive (Male) Check-up package is created for males age between 36-45 years who work under stress and have abnormal working hours that can affect their health. The scanning will concentrate on risk of heart disease and abdominal organs.

Women Check-Up Package

Including

  • Internal Medical Examination
  • Eyes Examination
  • Cardiology Examination
  • ENT Examination
  • Dental Examination

Cardiology Tests

  • Ecg
  • Eco
  • Effort

Radiology

  • Chest X-ray (One Way)
  • Whole Abdominal USG
  • Thyroid USG
  • Bone Densitometry
  • Panoramic Dental X-ray

Laboratory Tests

  • Glucose (Fasting Blood Sugar)
  • HBA1C, Urea, Creatinine
  • Sodium (NA), Calcium (CA), Potassium (K)
  • Phosphorus, Magnesium, Uric acid
  • ALT, AST, GGT
  • Total Bilirubin
  • Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP)
  • TSH, Free T4
  • HDL Cholesterol, LDL Cholesterol
  • Triglyceride, Hemogram (Complete Blood Count)
  • Sedimentation, CRP
  • Complete Urine Analysis (TIT)
  • HBSAG, Anti HBS A, Anti HCV
  • Iron, Connecting Iron
  • Ferritin
  • Occult Blood in Feces
  • Vitamin B12, Vitamin D
  • RF (Rheumatoid Factor)
  • Folic acid, Prolactin