VIP Check Up for Women

Package – VIP medical check up for women

Medical VIP check up for women include the following:

  1. The AFP tumor marker test is a blood test that measures AFP levels in adults;
  2. Chest X-ray screening examination;
  3. Hepatitis B antibody test;
  4. Test to diagnose HCV infection (hepatitis C);
  5. AIDS tests that detect AIDS antigen (p24) and / or AIDS antibodies are used to screen for and diagnose AIDS infections;
  6. Zonal examination of bones;
  7. A test (BUN) reveals important information about how the kidneys and liver function;
  8. Test CA 125 – tumor marker of the uterus and ovaries – CA 125 is a protein that is found in increased amounts in the blood in conditions and diseases such as fibroids, uterine cancer, ovaries and tubes, endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, cirrhosis, pregnancy and normal menstruation;
  9. Test CA 15-3;
  10. Test CA 19-9;
  11. CEA (carcinoembryonic antigen) test, measures the level of CEA in the blood or other body fluids;
  12. Clinical examination – dental medicine;
  13. Clinical examination – ophthalmologist;
  14. Clinical examination – gynecology;
  15. Clinical examination – cardiology;
  16. A highly sensitive C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) test is a blood test that detects lower levels of C-reactive protein (CRP);
  17. Fecal blood test (FOBT) to check for blood;
  18. Bilateral digital mammography;
  19. ECG minimal;
  20. ESR – The erythrocyte sedimentation rate measures how fast red blood cells precipitate. It can help detect inflammation in the body;
  21. Genetic counselling;
  22. A gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT) blood test measures the level of the enzyme GGT in the blood;
  23. A blood glucose test measures the amount of glucose in the blood. It can be used to diagnose or monitor diabetes;
  24. Rapid test for hepatitis B;
  25. A complete blood count is often part of a routine examination and is used to measure various parts and characteristics of the blood (18 parameters);
  26. Cholesterol – good and bad cholesterol. Complete cholesterol test – also called lipid panel or lipid profile, which can measure the amount of cholesterol;
  27. A creatinine blood test measures the levels of creatinine in the blood. Used to check kidney function;
  28. Breast ultrasound to examine breast tissue;
  29. The PAP test is a test for cervical cancer. It is used to detect abnormal or potentially abnormal cells in the vagina and cervix and the narrow lower part of a woman’s uterus. With its help, various bacterial, fungal and viral infections of the uterus can be detected;
  30. An aspartate aminotransferase (AST) test can show if you have liver disease or injury;
  31. An alanine aminotransferase (ALT) test is a blood test that checks for liver damage. Your doctor may use this test to find out if a disease, medicine or injury has damaged your liver;
  32. Complete urine test;
  33. Transstation echocardiography (Doppler + staining + M + B mode);
  34. Stress test (treadmill), a test often used to diagnose and monitor cardiovascular disease;
  35. A triglyceride test measures the amount of triglycerides in the blood. High triglyceride levels can put you at risk for heart disease;
  36. Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test is often the test of choice for the initial assessment of thyroid function and / or symptoms of thyroid dysfunction, including overactive or inactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism);
  37. Abdominal ultrasound is a type of imaging test. It is used to examine organs in the abdomen, including the liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas and kidneys. Blood vessels that lead to some of these organs, such as the inferior vena cava and aorta, can also be examined by ultrasound;
  38. Test to measure uric acid levels in the blood or urine;
  39. A 25-hydroxy vitamin D test can detect a vitamin D deficiency.