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Vital Organ Screening

All gender10- 12 Hr fasting is required
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  • glucose, fasting
    • urea - serum
      • creatinine, serum
        • calcium, serum
          • alanine aminotransferase (alt/sgpt), serum
            • aspartate aminotransferase (ast/sgot), serum
              • thyroid stimulating hormone (tsh), serum
                • thyroid stimulating hormone (tsh)
                • ultrasensitive tsh (optional)
              • hba1c, glycated hemoglobin
                • hba1c, glycated hemoglobin
                • estimated average glucose (eag)
              • complete blood count (cbc)
                • rbc count
                • differential leucocytic count (dlc)
                • total leucocyte count (tlc)
                • platelet count
                • pcv
                • mch
                • mchc
                • mcv
                • hemoglobin
                • neutrophils
                • lymphocytes
                • absolute leucocyte count
                • eosinophils
              • lipid profile
                • total cholesterol
                • hdl cholesterol - serum
                • triglycerides - serum
                • vldl cholesterol
                • chol / hdl ratio
                • non-hdl cholesterol

              Package Description

              Sample type: BLOOD
              Gender: B
              Age group: All age group
              Getting regular health check-ups done can help you screen for common health conditions on time. It also helps to prevent any kind of complications of diseases such as diabetes, thyroid, heart, kidney, liver diseases, and stroke. Vital Organ Screening is designed to screen health parameters. Vital Organ Screening is done: • As a routine check-up • To screen for risk of diseases such as diabetes, thyroid, heart, kidney, liver diseases, and stroke • In persons who are at risk for diseases such as having a family history of diabetes, heart, kidney, liver diseases.

              Frequently asked questions

              To take the blood sample, a tourniquet (elastic) band is placed tightly on the upper arm. The patient is asked to make a fist. This helps in the buildup of blood filling the veins and it becomes easy to collect the blood. The skin is cleaned before inserting the needle in the vein in order to prevent bacteria from entering. The needle is then inserted into the vein in the arm and the blood sample is collected in the vacutainer.
              Acute diseases are those diseases which develop suddenly and last for a short time from few days to weeks. The examples of acute diseases include fever, sore throat, cough, sneezing, earache, diarrhea, runny nose, nausea, rash, and headache. Some acute diseases can be very critical such as heart attack, asthma attack, pneumonia, appendicitis, organ failure, and acute bronchitis.
              Chronic diseases are those diseases that can continue for a long period or for a lifetime. Examples of chronic diseases include heart disease, stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases, diabetes, mental disorders, vision and hearing impairment, oral diseases, bone and joint disorders, and genetic disorders.
              The risk factors for chronic diseases include unhealthy diet, limited or zero physical inactivity, use of tobacco, excessive intake of alcohol, stress, old age, environmental factors like air pollution, psychosocial and genetic factors.
              The progression of chronic diseases can be controlled by adopting healthy habits, eating a balanced diet, maintaining ideal body weight, exercising regularly, avoid smoking, and consumption of alcohol. It is advised to get screened regularly to monitor the progression of chronic diseases.
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