The Advanced Full Body Checkup Package is a high-end health checkup package that includes with advanced diagnostic screening like CT scan, 2D Echo, ECG, sono-mammography, X-Ray, Eye Checkup and blood tests, etc. Package has been covered every organ in your body to thoroughly examine with 77 tests.
It is required to have a thorough health checkup at least once a year due to your busy schedule, eating habits, mental stressors, inherited diseases, level of fitness and pre-existing conditions. Spend one day investing in your health by undergoing the Indus Advanced Full Body Checkup Package. Preventive health examinations can assist you in early health status understanding, the early diagnosis of any illnesses, and the prompt initiation of therapy.
This package is recommended for the people above 35 years of age.
Sono-mammography is used to visualize the breast tissue and to detect tumors/lumps in the breasts.
Mammography is a screening mammogram helps to detect tumors/lumps which cannot be felt
A physical examination session with the doctor for medical history, post check-up counselling for final assessment of test reports & a gynaecological consultation for women regarding contraception, conception, pregnancy and self-testing for presence of certain diseases.
This includes Blood Sugar (fasting and PP) and Urine Test (Routine) to check the sugar level in the blood. "This includes Blood Sugar in fasting and post meal to check the sugar level in the blood."
Ultrasonography of abdomen & pelvis helps to determine any abnormality in the abdominal organs and detect stones/calculi and inflammation of the liver, gall bladder, spleen, pancreas and kidneys.
Blood Urea and Serum Creatinine furic tests are conducted to assess the performance of the kidneys.
Lipid profile is done to analyze the levels of good & bad cholesterol in the blood, as they are an excellent indicator for condition of your heart
Pulmonary (Lung) Function Test consists of a series of easy-to-perform breathing exercises that check the condition of the lung.
CT Calcium Scoring, a non-invasive procedure to obtain information about the presence of calcified plaque in the coronary arteries due to a build-up of fat or other substances
Doppler Screening of Neck Vessels (Carotid) evaluates the condition of blood vessels in the neck by an ultra sound. By early detection, any narrowing of vessels can be treated to prevent complications in the future
TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) for assessing the functioning of thyroid gland, Which act as messenger, affecting cells & tissues in various parts of the body.
Total Body Fat Percentage is the percentage of body fat mass (the weight of the fat) in relation to your body weight. An analysis of this is helpful in determining obesity level. The Body Mass Index (BMI) is a measure of the body weight relative to height which can be used to determine if you are underweight, at a normal weight, overweight or obese.
2D Echo Cardiography (Doppler study of the heart) is a detailed analysis of the heart on various parameters such as valves, heart chambers, cardiac capacity, congenital defects etc. Electro Cardiogram (ECG) is a simple and usually conducted test which maps the electrical activity of the heart. It is indicative of the condition of blood supply to the heart. Chest X-Ray is a simple procedure that scans the lung and heart for diseases and irregularities.
SGPT, SGOT & Serum Bilirubin tests are conducted to assess the performance of the liver.
Australia Antigen test to detect the presence of Hepatitis B
Vitamin B12 Deficiency test assesses the vitamins' levels in the body as it plays a key role in the normal functioning of the brain, nervous system & in the formation of blood. Vitamin D3 plays an important role in maintaining proper bone structure & also for conditions of heart & blood vessels.
CT Coronary Angiography (Heart) a non-invasive test that takes pictures of the heart in 0.4 seconds and uses them to construct a 3-D image of the blood vessels to pin point blockages, if any.
Bone Mineral Densitometry (BMD) is conducted as an indirect indicator of osteoporosis and fracture risk.
It is done to check the presence of prostate specific antigen in the blood. Which may get raised in presence of enlarged and inflamed prostate cancer.
Pap Smear is critical in detection of cervical cancer, which is completely curable if detected early.
This includes a set of tests that detects any disturbance in the internal functioning of your body. The 15 parameters for Haemogram include - Haemoglobin level, WBC count ( White blood cell count ), Neutrophil %, Lymphocyte % , Eosinophil %, Basophil %, Monocyte %, PCV ( Packed cell volume), MCV ( Mean corpuscular volume), MCHC (Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration), MCH (Mean corpuscular hemoglobin), RDW (Red blood cell distribution width), RBC count (Red blood cell count), Platelet count, Peripheral smear And 10 parameters for Urine test