Available in Kadapa Only
- Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS)
- Complete Blood Count (CBC)
- Lipid Profile
- Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Instructions: 6 hours of fasting is recommended
The “Full Body Checkup – Basic” requires various samples, including blood and urine samples. A healthcare professional will collect the necessary samples through a combination of blood draws and urine collection.
The test time for the “Full Body Checkup – Basic” may vary due to the number of tests included. Typically, it may take a few days to process and analyze all the samples. The final report with results will be made available within a reasonable timeframe.
Test Normal Range:
The normal ranges for the tests included in the “Full Body Checkup – Basic” can vary depending on the specific components being measured, age, sex, and individual laboratory reference values. It’s important to consult with your healthcare provider for the interpretation of your specific test results.
What is the test?
The “Full Body Checkup – Basic” is a comprehensive set of tests that provides a detailed assessment of various aspects of your health. It includes tests for blood count, liver function, kidney function, lipid profile, thyroid function, blood sugar, electrolytes, and more. The package aims to evaluate your overall health status and detect any underlying conditions or abnormalities.
The “Full Body Checkup – Basic” involves a series of blood draws and urine collection. A healthcare professional will collect the required samples using needles for blood draws and provide instructions for urine collection. The samples will be sent to the laboratory for analysis.
When to take the test:
The “Full Body Checkup – Basic” can be taken as a general health check-up or when there are specific concerns about various aspects of your health. It is typically recommended to take the test in the morning after fasting for 8-12 hours to ensure accurate results for fasting blood sugar and lipid profile.
Who should take this test:
The “Full Body Checkup – Basic” is suitable for individuals who want a comprehensive assessment of their overall health. It is particularly recommended for those who have a family history of certain diseases, individuals above a certain age, or those experiencing symptoms or risk factors associated with specific health conditions. It is advised to consult with a healthcare provider to determine if this package is appropriate for your specific needs.
Precautions for exceptional cases (pregnancy, etc.):
For pregnant women or individuals with specific medical conditions, additional considerations and specific tests may be recommended. It is important to inform your healthcare provider about any specific medical conditions, medications, or pregnancy before undergoing the “Full Body Checkup – Basic”.
FAQs for “Full Body Checkup – Basic”:
Q1: Can I eat or drink before taking the “Full Body Checkup – Basic”?
A: For fasting blood sugar and lipid profile tests, it is recommended to fast for 8-12 hours before the test. However, for other tests included in the package, specific fasting instructions may not be required. It is best to follow the instructions provided by the healthcare provider or laboratory.
Q2: How long does it take to receive the results for the “Full Body Checkup – Basic”?
A: The time to receive the results may vary depending on the specific laboratory and the number of tests included in the package. Generally, results are available within a few days to a week. It’s advisable to consult with the healthcare provider or laboratory for the estimated turnaround time.
Q3: Can the “Full Body Checkup – Basic” diagnose all diseases?
A: The “Full Body Checkup – Basic” provides a broad assessment of various aspects of your health. While it can detect many conditions, it may not identify all diseases or specific disorders. Further diagnostic tests may be required based on the results and individual symptoms.
Q4: Is the “Full Body Checkup – Basic” suitable for children?
A: The “Full Body Checkup – Basic” can be performed on individuals of different age groups, including children. However, the specific tests and normal ranges may vary for children. It is recommended to consult with a pediatrician or healthcare provider to determine the appropriate tests for children.
Q5: Can I continue taking my medications before the “Full Body Checkup – Basic”?
A: In general, you can continue taking your medications before the “Full Body Checkup – Basic” unless otherwise instructed by your healthcare provider.