Suraksha 1.3 (RS. 3100/-)
What is Suraksha 1.3 Check-up?
Suraksha 1.3 is a customized health check-up that is designed to help your doctor determine broad health concerns and pre-empt and serious disorders. The check-up is useful for identifying blood-related conditions, kidney and liver functioning, heart conditions and so on. The tests prescribed under the package help you diagnose serious health conditions early and take necessary preventive measures.
Who is advised to undergo Suraksha 1.3 Check-up?
All adults, across every age group and both genders can benefit from a Suraksha 1.3 Health Check-up. This will help diagnose and determine serious health ailment of the heart, lungs, kidneys and liver, besides any other health conditions. The results can be helpful in altering the lifestyle habits of the patients such that more serious health complications can be prevented in the long-run.
Preparing for the Suraksha 1.3 Check-up
The Suraksha 1.3 check-up will require you to give a sample of blood. The blood samples must be provided on an empty stomach and will be used for CBP, Lipid Profile, ESR, LFT and other tests included in the package.
Typically, a Suraksha 1.3 health check-up can be concluded in one half of the day.
the following tests are done as a part of this health check-up
Complete Blood Count
Complete blood count measures the count of WBCs, RBCs, and platelets in the blood and indicates any deficiencies. This test helps to ascertain the overall health profile of an individual.
Fasting Blood Suger (FBS)
A fasting glucose test determines the sugar levels in the bloodstream following an eight-hour fasting period. This is typically conducted early in the morning hours prior to breakfast.
Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR)
The erythrocyte sedimentation rate test is used to determine inflammation associated with conditions such as infections, cancers, and autoimmune diseases in the body.
Liver Function Test
Liver function tests are employed to understand the working of the liver and include albumin, bilirubin (direct and indirect), ALT, AST, ALP and albumin serum.
Lipid profile ascertains the total levels of cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, VLDL cholesterol, triglycerides in the blood streams to assess the cardiac health of an individual.
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.
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
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.
An electrolyte test determines the levels of sodium, potassium, chloride, and bicarbonate. Imbalances of these minerals can cause dehydration, kidney or lung complications amongst others.
Uric Acid, Serum
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.
Calcium 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.
Transferrin saturation is a value derived from the value of serum iron divided by the total iron binding capacity. This helps understand the level of iron in the body and thereby helps diagnose various types of health conditions.
Iron with TIBC
Iron with TIBC is a test to ascertain the total iron binding capacity or the levels of iron in the bloodstream. Too much or too little of iron in the blood can cause blood disorders which can eventually lead to other complications.
Thyroid Profile (TSH, T3,T4)
A thyroid stimulating hormone test determines the levels of the hormone in the body including T3 and T4 levels. Excessive or deficient secretion are both detrimental to the health and this test helps to ascertain the same.
A rheumatoid factor test is to ascertain the level of rheumatoid protein in the body which can attack healthy cells to cause various autoimmune diseases. The normal range for the rheumatoid factor is 15IU/mL or less.
25 Hydroxy 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-dihydroxy vitamin D in the blood to determine deficiency or excess of the vitamin.
Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamine), Serum
This test determines the amount of vitamin B12 in the body which is essential for the effective functioning of the nervous system. The vitamin deficiency results in headaches, incoherent thinking, and numbness of limbs.
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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