What are the tests covered in a regular health check-up?
The tests should only be carried out by an accredited laboratory that has the tools to carry out these Diagnostics Tests. . With the increasing pollution levels, unhealthy lifestyle, our body is constantly at risk of developing diseases that can sometimes even be life-threatening. Lifeline Labs the best pathology in Lucknow provide best health check-up with proper safety measures. Here are some of the tests that make up a regular health check-up.
1. General physical exam including weight, height, blood pressure, pulse rate, etc.
2. Blood tests help in determining infections, anemia, or onset of other diseases
3. Lipid profile helps in assessing cardiovascular risk
4. Liver function tests assess the functioning of the liver or diagnose liver diseases
5. Kidney function tests evaluate the proper functioning of kidneys
6. Blood sugar measures blood glucose levels to identify diabetes or pre-diabetes
7. Chest x-ray helps in assessing the chest and the organs located in the area
8. ECG helps in determining the heart rate and uniformity of heartbeat.
9. Ultrasonography helps in assessing the structures in the abdomen such as spleen, gallbladder, liver, pancreas, and kidneys
10. Urine examination helps in the general assessment of health in terms of systemic or metabolic diseases.
A. Health check-up of Heart
Health check-ups for heart disease may include:
1. Blood pressure measurement
2. Blood Tests to check cholesterol levels, blood triglycerides, etc. High levels may indicate an increased risk of various health problems, including heart disease.
3. Electrocardiogram (ECG) detects heart abnormalities by measuring the electrical activity generated by the heart as it contracts.
4. Echocardiography helps to monitor the functioning of the heart and its valves.
B. Health check-up of Eyes
Serious eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, and macular degeneration are more common with age. People older than 65 years should have an annual eye examination. More frequent testing may be recommended for those with certain risk factors, such as:
1. A family history of eye disease
2. A personal history of eye disease or injury
3. Certain medical conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes
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