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- Complete Blood Picture (CBP)
- Liver Function Test (LFT)
- Renal Function Test (RFT)
- Lipid Profile
- Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS)
- HBA1C Test
- Thyroid Profile
The “Health Package – Good” includes tests that require different types of samples:
- Complete Blood Picture (CBP): Blood sample
- Liver Function Test (LFT): Blood sample
- Renal Function Test (RFT): Blood sample
- Lipid Profile: Blood sample
- Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS): Blood sample
- HBA1C: Blood sample
- Thyroid Profile: Blood sample
The total test time for the “Health Package – Good” can vary depending on the efficiency of the testing facility and the number of patients. Generally, it may take several hours to complete all the tests, including sample collection and processing.
Test Normal Range:
Each of the tests in the package has its own set of normal reference ranges, which indicate what is considered a typical or healthy result. These ranges can vary depending on the laboratory and the measurement units used. Normal ranges will be provided with the test results.
What is the test?
The “Health Package – Good” includes a series of essential health assessments:
Complete Blood Picture (CBP): Assesses overall health by measuring different components of the blood, including red and white blood cells.
Liver Function Test (LFT): Evaluates liver health by measuring various enzymes and proteins.
Renal Function Test (RFT): Assesses kidney function by measuring markers like creatinine and urea.
Lipid Profile: Measures cholesterol levels to assess heart disease risk.
Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS): Measures blood glucose levels after an overnight fast to assess diabetes risk.
HBA1C: Provides a three-month average of blood sugar levels to assess long-term diabetes control.
Thyroid Profile: Assesses thyroid gland function by measuring thyroid hormones.
The procedure for each test involves collecting a specific sample (blood) and then analyzing it in a laboratory using specialized equipment and techniques. These tests are typically non-invasive and do not require any special preparation from the patient.
When to take the test:
The “Health Package – Good” can be taken as a routine health assessment to monitor overall health or as recommended by a healthcare provider based on an individual’s health history and risk factors.
Who should take this test?
This package is suitable for individuals of various ages who want essential health assessments. It’s especially beneficial for those with risk factors such as a family history of chronic diseases or specific symptoms.
Precautions for exceptional cases (pregnancy, etc.):
Pregnant individuals should inform their healthcare provider before undergoing these tests, as some tests may not be suitable during pregnancy. In such cases, the healthcare provider will determine the most appropriate tests to ensure both maternal and fetal health.
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions):
Q1: Is fasting necessary before these tests?
A; Fasting is generally required before the Fasting Blood Sugar and Lipid Profile tests. Fasting typically involves not eating or drinking (except water) for at least 8 to 12 hours before the tests.
Q2: Can I continue taking my regular medications before the tests?
A: It’s important to inform your healthcare provider about any medications you are taking. They will provide guidance on whether to continue or temporarily suspend any medications before the tests.
Q3: Are these tests covered by insurance?
A: The coverage of these tests by insurance can vary widely. It’s advisable to check with your insurance provider to determine coverage eligibility.
Q4: How often should I undergo these tests for routine health checkup?
A: A routine health checkup like this can be done annually, but your healthcare provider can provide personalized recommendations based on your health status and risk factors.
Q5: Can I eat or drink before these tests?
A: For certain tests in this package, fasting is required. However, it’s essential to follow any specific fasting instructions provided by your healthcare provider or testing facility.