Executive Health Check-up – Male (Rs. 4500/-)

What is an Executive Health Check-up for Men?
An executive health check-up for men is a comprehensive health check for all men to ascertain their overall health & wellness. The check-up evaluates all the vital health parameters of male health and gives you a 360-degree view of your present health condition. With an emphasis on male-specific diseases and disorders, this check-up helps mean prevent both long & short-term health complications.

Who is advised to undergo an Executive Health Check-up for Men?
An executive health check-up for men is advised for all working adults; across all age groups at least once in a year. This keeps you well informed of any short or long-term health issues and allows for preventive care before any health condition can become serious and threatening.

Preparing for the Executive Health Check-up – Men
For an executive health check-up you will be required to give a sample of blood and urine. The blood samples must be provided on an empty stomach. The blood sample will be used for CBP, Lipid Profile, ESR, LFT and other tests included in the package. For CUE and Creatinine tests you will provide a urine sample.

For the abdominal ultrasound, you must avoid eating the night prior to the test and leave any jewellery at home. The package also includes a chest x-ray and an ECG – for the ECG it is best to avoid usage of moisturisers or sunscreen on the body and jewellery must be removed. For the x-ray similar protocols as above must be followed.

Typically, the executive health check-up can be concluded in one half of the day.

What tests are carried out, as part of the Executive Health Check-up?

the following tests are done as a part of this health check-up

# Tests Rs. 4500/-
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    Complete Blood Picture
    Complete blood picture measures the count of WBCs, RBCs and platelets in the blood and indicates any deficiencies. This test helps ascertain the overall health profile of an individual.

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    A thyroid stimulating hormone test determines the levels of the hormone in the body. Excessive or deficient secretion are both detrimental to the health and this tests helps ascertain the same.

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    The erythrocyte sedimentation rate test is used to determine inflammation associated with conditions such as infections, cancers, and autoimmune diseases in the body.

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    A complete urine examination evaluates a sample of the urine to determine disorders such as urinary tract infection, kidney diseases and diabetes related complications.

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    Vitamin D
    Vitamin D levels in the body are determined by a blood test. The test measures the levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D and/or 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D in the blood to determine deficiency or excess of the vitamin.

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    A HBA1C test is also known as haemoglobin A1c or glycated haemoglobin test. It gives an indication of the sugar levels in the body and is an important determinant of diabetes control.

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    Glucose, Fasting
    A fasting glucose test determines the sugar levels in the blood stream following an eight-hour fasting period. This is typically conducted early in the morning hours prior to breakfast.

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    Calcium & Uric Acid
    Calcium & uric acid test is undertaken to test for kidney stones. Excessive calcium and uric acid in the blood stream is an indicator of the presence of kidney stones in an individual.

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    PSA (Male)
    The total PSA test measures the levels of prostate specific antigens in the blood stream of a patient. It is an indicator of the onset of prostate cancer.

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    Lipid Profile
    Lipid profile ascertains the total levels of cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides in the blood streams to assess the cardiac health of an individual.

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    Liver Function Test
    Liver function tests are employed to understand the working of the liver and include prothrombin time (PT/INR), aPTT, albumin, bilirubin (direct and indirect), and others.

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    Blood Urea Nitrogen
    The blood urea nitrogen test determines the functioning of the kidneys. Blood urea nitrogen is a waste product generated by the body and its level indicate the abnormalities in the kidneys, if any.

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    A creatinine blood test determines creatinine levels in the body which in turn indicates disorders of the kidneys, if any. High levels of creatinine in the body is an indicator of impaired kidney function.

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    This is a test to determine a patient’s infection with Hepatitis B virus. A sample of blood is taken and tested for hepatitis B surface antigen – a positive test means the patient is infected with the Hepatitis B virus.

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    Pulmonary Function Test
    A pulmonary function test is carried out to ascertain the functioning of the lungs and the respiratory system. It assesses organs such has the lungs, trachea, air passages and others.

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    X ray-Chest
    A chest x-ray is taken to ascertain the condition of the lungs and heart. It detects abnormalities or diseases in the heart, lungs, airways, blood vessels and the bones of the spine and chest cavity.

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    An electrocardiogram (ECG) measures the electrical activity of the heart. This is an indicator of the normal condition of the heart or of the possible disorders in the heart rhythm.

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    USG, Whole Abdomen
    An ultrasound of the abdominal region is taken to determine the functioning and abnormalities, if any of the abdomen. This cover various organs like – stomach, intestines, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas and liver.

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    Physician Consultation