Standard Check-up

Standard Check-Up - Medworld Clinic

What is medical check-up?

Check-up can assist to identify health problems in their beginning time or even before they begin. Early diagnosis may growth the chances for better treatment and longer & healthier life.

Standard check-up should be covered in blood count, evaluation of organ functions, blood functions (cancer, kidney, etc.), sedimentation, cholesterol and lipid levels, thyroid (goiter) test, hepatitis (jaundice) test, complete urine analysis, all abdominal ultrasonography, chest X-ray, electrocardiography.

We also highly recommend following test above age of 40 who even does not have inherited risk; eye examination, cardiological examinations and additional examinations for cancer scanning. Those who have inherited risks should not wait for the age of 40 in order to have these tests. Those who are at the risk category must have the additional tests starting from their 30’s.

Another reason for getting check-up is possibility find disease risks that are carried age, sex, cigarette smoking, and hormonal periods particularly in, to look into the diabetes, coronary artery disease, seizure and cancer risks that are sourcing from family history.

Laboratory Tests

  • Complete Blood Count: Examination of anemia, blood diseases and blood cells
  • Fasting Blood Glucose: Diagnosis of diabetes mellitus
  • HBA1C: Diagnosis and Follow-up of the Diabetes Disease
  • Insulin (Fasting): Insulin Hormone Level Measurement ALT Diagnosis and follow-up of the liver functions
  • AST: Diagnosis and follow-up of the liver functions
  • ALT: Diagnosis and follow-up of the liver functions
  • Anti-HBs: Detection of immunity against hepatitis-B
  • HBsAg: Detection of Hepatitis-B Disease and Carrier
  • Uric Acid: Protein metabolism and diagnosis of gout disease
  • TSH : Diagnosis and follow-up of thyroid diseases and functions
  • Creatinine: Kidney function test
  • HDL Cholesterol: High Density Lipoprotein
  • LDL Cholesterol: Low Density Lipoprotein
  • Total Cholesterol: Measurement of Body Fat Percentages
  • Triglyceride: Measurement of fat in the blood
  • BUN/UREA: Kidney function test
  • Urinalysis: Diagnosis of Kidney, Urinary Tract and Bladder Diseases
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Radiological Examinations

  • Pulmonary X-ray graph: One-Way Chest Radiograph Whole Abdomen
  • Ultrasonography: Imaging of all the intraabdominal organs

Cardiological Examinations

  • Electrocardiography: Diagnosis of Heart Diseases and Rhythm Disorders