For All Age Groups
All of the tests performed for evaluating your health are included in the Indus Basic Wellness Package for Men, which also help you keep control over your lifestyle in the face of continuing environmental change.
Due to busy and hectic schedules, the factors affecting health are ignored. To keep health in check, this package covers important tests like an evaluation of your immune system, nutritional deficiencies like a lack of Vitamin B12, chronic diseases like kidney disease, triglyceride and cholesterol levels to determine your risk of heart disease, a thyroid profile to determine your hormone levels, infection markers, as well as kidney, liver, and bone health.
Men of all ages are recommended for this test, so that necessary preventive measures can be taken in case of any risk factors and early treatment can be started.
These blood tests help to detect the presence of any sort of infection which is the condition caused by the disease causing agents like bacteria, viruses, fungi, etc. and also any conditions affecting the blood cells. Haemogram is a broad screening panel or a group of tests to provide information about infection, inflammation, allergies etc. ESR and CRP are a few other tests which are used as infection and inflammation markers.
These blood tests help to detect certain conditions related to the heart. They can be useful in the early prediction and aid in the diagnosis of diseases like coronary artery disease etc. Blood tests useful for heart conditions include the lipid panel which includes the measurement of the different types of cholesterols in the blood, and tests for apolipoproteins and homocysteine. These tests give us a clue about our heart health.
These tests are used to diagnose and screen for diabetes. Diabetes mellitus, commonly known as diabetes, is a metabolic disease that causes high blood sugar. The hormone insulin moves sugar from the blood into the cells to be stored or used for energy. With diabetes, either enough insulin is not made or our body can't effectively use the insulin it makes. Screening tests like fasting blood glucose test and HBA1C tests are used to monitor and manage this condition.
These blood tests help to detect certain conditions which affect the bones and joints. Our body needs calcium to make healthy bones. Bones are the main storage site of calcium in the body. Lack of calcium can make the bones weak. Arthritis is a painful condition affecting the joints causing the joints to become swollen and stiff.
Serum electrolytes are ions that are found in body tissues and blood in the form of dissolved salts. As electrically charged particles, electrolytes help move nutrients into and wastes out of the body's cells, maintain a healthy water balance, and help stabilize the body's acid/base (pH) level.
The immune system defends our body against invaders, such as viruses, bacteria, and foreign bodies. Vitamins are known to strengthen our immune system and influence our immune system positively. These tests check for certain vitamins and minerals and help to assess deficiencies of the same.
These blood tests help to assess the function of kidneys. The main task of the kidneys is to remove the potentially harmful waste products from the blood and also to maintain the body's fluid balance. Tests like blood urea and creatinine help to investigate and identify any problems with the kidneys.
These blood tests help to assess the status of the liver and its functions. Liver is a vital organ in the body and has multiple functions like detoxification, helping in digestion of food, storage of various substances, protein synthesis etc. Conditions like viral infections, alcohol abuse, over medication and excessive fatty and protein diet may impact the functions of the liver. HBsAg is a specific test used to detect hepatitis B, a liver infection caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV).
Thyroid Profile Total is a group of tests that are done together to detect or diagnose thyroid diseases. It measures the levels of the following three hormones in the blood: Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH), Thyroxine (T4) - Total and Triiodothyronine (T3) – Total. Increase in the levels of thyroid hormones causes a condition called hyperthyroidism whereas the decrease in the levels causes hypothyroidism.
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All checkup services are delivered through reputed wellness centres and certified lab across the country.