Basic Health Check DETAILS
Includes a number of test panels that provides the summary of your cardiovascular, blood system, liver and kidney function, glucose level, as well as general infectious screening
Our Basic Health Check tests includes a number of test panels for a summary assessment of your body systems. They include primarily Complete blood count (CBC/FBC), Blood sugar (FBS/RBS), Lipid profile, Liver function screening, Renal profile, and Infectious screening panel. To perform this test you will need to visit your laboratory of choice for the collection of a Blood and Urine sample.
Basic Health Check is our primary health screening package that provides as well as general health monitoring. Diagnostic tests forms an empirical data-based healthcare tool to help identify patients with increased risk for a condition or disease before they have symptoms or even realize they may be at risk for such disease, thus, being able to take preventive measures.The Basic Health Check provides the summary of your cardiovascular, blood system, liver and kidney function, glucose level as well as general infectious screening. The tests helps provide an indication of the general functioning of the body, as well as helps guage the risk for stroke, diabetes, heart attack, among others.
Basic Health Check is a veritable tool to help avoid a neglect of your health, promptly detect if anything wrong is happening in your body, while taking advantage of the predictive profiling that our platform offers, to trend results for informed medical decision.
Note: After performing all the tests, it is recommended that you discuss the results with your doctor who will provide you with health recommendations for the future. In the case of abnormal test results you will be able to quickly start specialist treatment
Disclaimer: Laboratory test results are NOT to be interpreted as a "stand-alone" item. Test results have to be interpreted after correlating with suitable clinical findings and additional supplemental information/tests. The meaning of your tests results will be explained by your healthcare providers, based on additional information you provide them.