Posted on : February 9, 2021 by Clinic One Team on Branch
We are one of the best clinics in Kathmandu providing Full Body Checkup services to tens of thousands of people annually.
Regular health checkup has become a necessity to ensure you are fit and healthy.
A regular health checkup can indicate signs of health issues if any, which also means you can mitigate or proactively prevent health issues.
Various factors such as age, health, family history, and lifestyle choices have direct and indirect impacts on our bodies. These must be identified timely.
Preparation for Full Body Checkup
There are certain things to be considered before your full body checkup which can help for accurate results about your overall health condition.
- Do not eat/drink anything except water before your test.
An empty stomach is needed for some of your blood tests, including Ultrasound. (Fasting for at least 8-10 hours is needed.)
- Drink a lot of water before your Full Body Checkup Appointment as your bladder must be full during the Ultrasound process.
- Wear loose-fitting clothes and avoid wearing jewellery while coming for your test.
- Inform the medical professionals prior if you are pregnant or planning for pregnancy.
- For females, you should avoid full body checkups within a week before or after your menstrual period.
- We do not recommend performing a Full Body Checkup the next day after a night party.
- For accurate results, do not change anything in your diet or lifestyle while preparing for a Full Body Checkup.
Which tests are included in the Regular Full Body Checkup Package?
Clinic One’s Regular Health Package includes 17 different tests and investigations. They are done within 90 minutes at only Rs 5999/-.
This package is suitable for anyone who is planning to have a yearly whole-body checkup at a very reasonable price. The tests done are –
1. Complete Blood Count (CBC)
CBC is a normal blood test to evaluate overall health and detect a wide range of disorders which include anaemia, infection, and leukaemia.
This test measures the features and components of red blood cells, white blood cells, haemoglobin, hematocrit, and platelets.
The abnormality observed in the counts of these components will indicate whether further examination is required or not.
2. Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR)
ESR is a blood test that can diagnose the inflammatory activity going on in the body along with monitoring the progress of the inflammatory disease.
This test helps to evaluate unexplained fever along with some types of arthritis and symptoms that affect the muscles.
It also helps in diagnosing certain conditions such as Gaint cell arteritis, Polymyalgia rheumatic, and rheumatoid arthritis.
3. Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS)
FSB is a blood test for which a sample of blood is taken after an overnight fast.
A fasting blood sugar level of less than 100 mg/dL is normal, results showing a sugar level from 100 to 125 mg/dL is considered prediabetes and if it is 126 mg/dL or more then you have risk factors for diabetes.
4. Lipid Profile
A lipid profile is a blood test that measures the amount of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood.
The basic Cholesterol test or lipid profile determines the risk of the buildup of plaques in the arteries that can lead to blocked arteries resulting in a significant risk of coronary artery disease.
5. Kidney Function Test
The kidney function test includes 2 types of tests: Albumin to Creatinine Ratio (ACR) and Glomerular Filtration Ratio (GFR).
ACR is a urine test to check the level of albumin: a type of protein that is present in the urine. An increased level of albumin indicates early signs of kidney damage.
GFR measures kidney function through a blood test and determines a specific stage of kidney disease if any.
6. Liver Function Test
The liver function test is also a blood test done to monitor liver disease or damage by measuring certain levels of enzymes and proteins in the blood.
One kind of liver function test measures the performance of the liver and its functionality in producing protein, and clearing bilirubin, and blood waste products.
Other liver tests measure enzymes that liver cells release in response to damage or disease.
7. Uric Acid
The uric acid test is recommended by the medical expert after realizing pain in joints or even when you have gout or risk of kidney stone formation.
Detection of a high level of uric acid in blood could indicate the condition of gout or the cause of kidney stones developed within the body unknowingly.
8. Thyroid Test
The thyroid function test is a series of blood tests done in order to examine the proper working mechanism of the thyroid glands. Here we have all types of thyroid tests.
TSH test helps to diagnose a condition called subclinical hypothyroidism which doesn’t pose any outward signs and symptoms.
The T3 test is done to determine if the thyroid produces too much thyroid hormone or pituitary gland produces doesn’t produce a normal number of pituitary hormones.
T4 test measures the blood level of the hormone T4 known as thyroxine and also helps control metabolism and growth.
9. Stool Examination with Occult Blood
The stool analysis is basically concerned with diagnosing any defect or abnormality in the digestive system for which a series of tests are done on a stool sample.
The condition determines infection, the creation of any bacterial activity, poor nutrient absorption, and even cancer.
10. Urine Examination
Urine analysis is a series of tests conducted on the patient’s urine to check signs and symptoms of common conditions or diseases.
This examination result helps to figure out critical diseases like kidney disease, liver disease, diabetes, or cancer at their early stage so that a proper process of treatment is carried out at the right time.
Ultrasound is the imaging process with the use of high-frequency sound waves in order to monitor the activities within the body.
This package specializes in the examination of the abdomen and pelvis. This is a painless process done to evaluate the overall metabolism of the body.
ECG is the graphical representation of the heartbeats that display and monitors heart status in many situations.
The sensors placed at the top of your chest detect the electrical activity of the heart.
This is a painless process to help diagnose many common heart-related problems in people of different ages.
X-ray is the common process of imaging the inside structure of the body without having to make an incision.
This package involves an x-ray of the chest. It evaluates the lungs, chest wall, and heart which further helps to diagnose shortness of breath, persistent cough, fever, chest pain, or injury.
Internal medicine is a medical speciality dedicated to the diagnosis and medical treatment of adults dealing with complex health issues.
Internal medicine includes allergies, heart diseases, hormone disorders, blood disorders, kidney diseases, lung disorders, etc.
Endocrinology Consultation helps to diagnose and treatment of conditions that affect the endocrine glands.
The hormones produced by the endocrine glands regulate crucial functions including reproduction, growth, blood pressure, and metabolism.
15. BMI Test
BMI is the value derived from the mass and height of the person. The formula used to calculate BMI is:
BMI is a test done to determine if a person is underweight, normal weight, overweight or obese.
If the BMI value is less than 18.5 it is considered underweight, 18.5 to 25 is considered normal weight, 25 to 29.9 is considered overweight and if the BMI is more than or equal to 30 it is considered obese.
16. Peak Expiratory Flow Rate (PEFR)
PEFR stands for Peak Expiratory Flow Rate, which is a measurement of the maximum speed at which a person can exhale air.
It is a quick and easy test used to assess the lung function of an individual.
17. Dietary Consultation
Dietary consultation includes the basic process of reviewing the patient’s medical and diet charts. This is done in order to stay healthy and prevent yourself from external health issues such as obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, and many such disease-related to dietary changes.
For appointment and inquiries at Clinic One please call 01-5400400 | 9863393960 or email us at [email protected]
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