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What is the Preventive Health Check-ups (PHC)?

Concerning the early detection of diseases, a preventive health check-up seeks to define and minimize risk factors. Regular health examinations and tests may assist to identify issues before they begin. They can also assist to discover issues soon when your treatment and cure opportunities are better. You can take steps to help your chances of a longer, healthier life by obtaining the right medical services, tests, and treatments.

What are the tests covered in Preventive Health Check-up (PHC)?

          Preventive health check-ups include the assessment of cardiac structures,             diabetes, and functional liver, markers of cancer, detailed blood profile, lipid profile, key field picture, and thorough specialty examinations. This involves extensive check up on the entire organism. A coronary CT package on the state of the world dual-source CT device provides a detailed evaluation of the heart’s vascular status. Also, an MRI of the recent three Tesla machines is provided in the package. The examination provides a comprehensive assessment of the individual’s health status and is strongly suggested for people older than 40 years.  

 

Preventive Health Check-Up (PHC) exactly includes 8 tests, are as follows:
1.Investigations – CBC, ESR, Blood Group, T3, T4, TSH, Urine Routine, Stool Routine, Vitamin D3, Vitamin B12
2.Imaging – CT Coronary Angiography (after consultation with a cardiologist), CT Scan Calcium Scoring, MRI – One organ, Chest X-Ray, USG Abdomen & Pelvis, Mammography, Carotid Colour Doppler, BMD
3.Diabetics – FBS, PPBS, Fasting Insulin, HBA1C
4.Lipid Profile – Total Cholesterol, Triglycerides, Lipoprotein(Lp(a))
5.Liver Function Test – Total Protein, Albumin, Globulin, Bilirubin
6.Cardiac Evaluation – ECG, Stress Test, 2D Echo
7.Consultation – Physician, Ophthalmologist, Gynecologists, Dentist, ENT, Dietician
8.Cancer Markers – CEA, CA – 125, Pap Smear

How often should you get Preventive Health Check-ups (PHC)?

At the age of 30 to 40 years, every individual should get a health check-up done. Baseline mammograms should be repeated every 1-2 years and are now suggested to females when they turn 40. Mostly, physical annuals begin around 50 years of age. Even if you feel well, your provider should always be examined regularly. These visits can help you to avoid future problems.

How does the procedure work?

A blood draw is also known as a venipuncture. The procedure involves taking blood from a vein. Medical personnel known as phlebotomists most commonly perform blood draws. To take your blood, they’ll:

  • Wash their hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer and apply gloves.
  • Place a tourniquet (usually a stretchy, rubber band) around a location, usually on your arm.
  • Identify a vein and clean the area off with an alcohol wipe.
  • Insert a small, hollow needle into the vein. You should see blood

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