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Health Package – Basic

 999.00

Description

Available in Anantapur Only

  1. Complete Blood Picture (CBC)
  2. Erythrocyte Sediment Ratio (ESR)
  3. Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS)
  4. Serum Creatinine
  5. Blood Urea
  6. Lipid Profile
  7. Urine Routine

Instructions: recommended 8 hours fasting

sample requiredSample Required:

The Health Package – Basic requires various types of samples, including blood and urine. Blood samples are collected through venipuncture, where a needle is inserted into a vein, typically in your arm. Urine samples are collected in a sterile container.

test timeTest Time:

The time required to complete all the tests in this package may vary depending on the lab’s workflow. Generally, it may take a few hours to a day to complete the tests.

test normal rangeTest Normal Range:

Below are the typical normal ranges for some of the tests included in this package. Please note that these values can vary slightly between labs, and your healthcare provider will interpret your results accordingly.

Complete Blood Picture (CBC):

CBC includes various parameters like hemoglobin, hematocrit, red blood cell count, white blood cell count, and platelet count, each with its own normal range.

Erythrocyte Sediment Ratio (ESR):

The normal ESR range can vary by age and gender. Typically, for men under 50, the normal range is 0-15 mm/hr, and for women under 50, it’s 0-20 mm/hr.

Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS):

The normal fasting blood glucose level is less than 100 mg/dL.

Serum Creatinine:

Normal serum creatinine levels vary based on age, gender, and muscle mass. The typical range for individuals is 0.6 to 1.3 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL).

Blood Urea:

The normal range for blood urea nitrogen (BUN) is typically 7 to 20 mg/dL.

Lipid Profile:

Lipid Profile includes parameters like total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and more, each with its own normal range.

Urine Routine:

Urine routine includes parameters like urine color, appearance, pH, glucose, protein, and the presence of cells and crystals, each with its own normal range.

what is the testWhat is the test?

The Health Package – Basic is a diagnostic package designed to provide essential information about your overall health. It includes a set of tests that assess various aspects of your blood and urine, helping to identify potential health issues.

test procedureTest Procedure:

Blood samples are collected through venipuncture for most tests. Urine samples are collected in a sterile container. Specific instructions for fasting, if necessary, will be provided by the healthcare provider or lab staff.

who should take this testWhen to take the test:

You can take this test package as part of a routine health checkup or as recommended by your healthcare provider based on your medical history and risk factors.

when to take the testWho should take this test?

The Health Package – Basic is suitable for individuals of various ages and health conditions who want to obtain fundamental health information. It can be used for routine health checkups or to monitor specific health concerns.

precautions for exceptional casesPrecautions for exceptional cases (pregnancy, etc.):

If you are pregnant or have specific medical conditions, it’s crucial to inform your healthcare provider or the lab staff before taking the tests. They will provide guidance on any necessary precautions.

 

FAQs:

Q1: Is fasting required for the Health Package – Basic?

A: Fasting is typically required for specific tests like fasting blood sugar and lipid profile. Follow the fasting instructions provided by your healthcare provider or the lab for accurate results.

Q2: What can an elevated ESR indicate?

A: An elevated ESR can indicate inflammation, infection, anemia, autoimmune diseases, or other underlying health issues. It’s important to discuss the results with your healthcare provider for proper evaluation.

Q3: How can I prepare for the urine sample collection?

A: For a urine sample, ensure you follow any specific instructions provided by the lab. You may be asked to collect a “clean-catch” midstream sample after cleaning the genital area.

Q4: Can I take medications before this test?

A: Inform your healthcare provider about any medications you are taking. Some medications can affect test results, so your provider can provide guidance on whether to continue or adjust your medications.

Q5: How often should I undergo the Health Package – Basic?

A: The frequency of this package depends on your individual health status and risk factors. Your healthcare provider can recommend how often you should undergo these basic health tests.

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