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Full Body Health Checkup – Surgical Profile

Original price was: ₹ 3,058.00.Current price is: ₹ 1,529.00.


For Customers in Visakhapatnam only

This test includes:

  1. Creatinine,
  2. Serum,
  3. Complete Blood Culture (CBC),
  4. Glucose,
  5. Random Blood Sugar (RBS),
  6. HIV I & II Antibody Rapid,
  7. Hepatitis C Virus Antibody (Anti HCV),
  8. Bleeding Time and Clotting Time,
  9. Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg),
  10. Blood Grouping and Rh Typing

Fasting or Non Fasting: As suggested by doctor

This comprehensive health checkup, available exclusively for customers in Visakhapatnam, is designed to assess various aspects of your health, including kidney function, blood glucose levels, infection markers, and blood clotting parameters, among others. Below are the details of the tests included in this profile:

sample requiredSample Required:

Creatinine, Serum: A blood sample is collected from a vein in your arm.

Complete Blood Culture (CBC): A blood sample is collected from a vein in your arm.

Glucose: A blood sample is collected from a vein in your arm.

Random Blood Sugar (RBS): A blood sample is collected from a vein in your arm.

HIV I & II Antibody Rapid: A blood sample or oral fluid sample may be used for this test.

Hepatitis C Virus Antibody (Anti HCV): A blood sample is collected from a vein in your arm.

Bleeding Time and Clotting Time: These tests typically involve a small puncture on your finger to assess blood clotting.

Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg): A blood sample is collected from a vein in your arm.

Blood Grouping and Rh Typing: A blood sample is collected from a vein in your arm.

test timeTest Time:

The time required for each test can vary. Most of these tests are relatively quick and can be completed within minutes.

test normal rangeTest Normal Range:

Normal ranges can vary depending on the specific test. Your healthcare provider will interpret the results and inform you of any abnormalities.

what is the testWhat is the Test:

These tests collectively assess your kidney function, blood glucose levels, infectious disease markers, blood clotting parameters, and blood type.

test procedureTest Procedure:

The collection method varies depending on the test. Typically, blood samples are taken from a vein in your arm. For Bleeding Time and Clotting Time, a small puncture on your finger is made to assess blood clotting.

who should take this testWhen to Take the Test:

The timing of these tests can depend on the specific test. For blood glucose-related tests, fasting may be required, so it’s often done in the morning after an overnight fast. Other tests can be done at any time.

when to take the testWho Should Take This Test:

This surgical profile is recommended for individuals who are preparing for surgery to assess their overall health and to ensure there are no underlying infections or clotting issues.

precautions for exceptional casesPrecautions for Exceptional Cases:

It’s important to inform the healthcare provider if you are pregnant or suspect you might be pregnant before undergoing these tests. They will guide you on any necessary precautions.



Q1: Is fasting required for all of these tests in the “Surgical Profile”?

A: Fasting is typically required for glucose-related tests, such as Random Blood Sugar (RBS). You should follow any fasting instructions provided by your healthcare provider.

Q2: Are the HIV and hepatitis tests in this profile confidential?

A: Yes, the results of HIV and hepatitis tests are confidential. They are subject to medical privacy laws and will not be shared without your consent.

Q3: Can I eat or drink before the Bleeding Time and Clotting Time tests?

A: Eating or drinking a normal meal before these tests is usually fine. However, it’s advisable to follow any specific instructions provided by the healthcare provider.

Q4: How long does it take to get the results of the tests?

A: The turnaround time for test results can vary. Your healthcare provider will inform you of when and how to access your results.

Q5: What if I test positive for HIV or hepatitis in this profile?

A: If you test positive for HIV or hepatitis, it’s important to consult with a healthcare provider for further evaluation, counseling, and appropriate medical care. These conditions are manageable, and early detection is key to effective treatment.

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