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Basic Health Check Up -13 tests Rs 690

1. Fasting Blood Glucose-FBS Measures your blood sugar after an overnight fast. Helps in diagnosing prediabetes and diabetes. (See HbA1c)
2. Urea Urea – is a waste product formed in the liver by the breakdown of amino acids (protein). It travels through your blood to the kidneys, filtering it out through urine. Used to assess kidney function together with creatinine.
3. Uric acid is a normal body waste product formed by the breaking down of purines. Most uric acid dissolves in the blood and travels to the kidneys where it is excreted in the urine. High uric acid levels can result in gout or kidney disease such as kidney stones.
4. Cholesterol Total A complete cholesterol test is done to determine whether your cholesterol is high and estimate your risk of developing heart attacks and other forms of heart disease and diseases of the blood vessels.
5. High-Density Lipoprotein A-HDL Used as part of a lipid profile to screen for unhealthy levels of lipids and to determine an individual’s risk of developing heart disease
6. Low-Density      Lipoprotein A-LDL To determine your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor the effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
7. Triglycerides To assess your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor the effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
8. SGOT Found in the liver, heart, skeletal muscle, brain, Red Blood Cells, and gall
bladder.Screen liver damage/ disease, acute pancreatitis, acute hemolytic anemia,
acute renal disease and trauma, etc.
9. SGPT Found in various body tissues but is most common in the liver.Screen liver damage/disease, bile duct problems, or congestive heart
failure, etc.
10. Gamma GT Found in various body tissues e.g. the liver, kidneys, bile duct, pancreas,
spleen, etc. Screen liver damage/ disease and can indicate harmful alcohol abuse,
etc.
11. Full Blood Count-FBC To determine your general health status; to screen for, diagnose, or monitor any one of a variety of diseases and conditions that affect blood cells, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorder, or cancer.
12. Urine Chemistry Detect the presence of 11 parameters like glucose, protein, pH, etc in urine

Full Health Check Up – 18 tests Rs 980

1. Fasting Blood Sugar – FBS Measures your blood sugar after an overnight fast. Helps in diagnosing prediabetes and diabetes. (See HbA1c)
2. Urea is a waste product formed in the liver by the breakdown of amino acids (protein). It travels through your blood to the kidneys, filtering it out through urine. Used to assess kidney function together with creatinine.
3. Creatinine is a waste product that comes from normal wear and tear on the muscles of the body. It is a better predictor of kidney function than urea.
4. Uric acid is a normal body waste product formed by the breaking down of purines. Most uric acid dissolves in the blood and travels to the kidneys where it is excreted in the urine. High uric acid levels can result in gout or kidney disease such as kidney stones.
5. Cholesterol Total A complete cholesterol test is done to determine whether your cholesterol is high and estimate your risk of developing heart attacks and other forms of heart disease and diseases of the blood vessels
6. High-Density Lipoprotein A – HDL Used as part of a lipid profile to screen for unhealthy levels of lipids and to determine an individual’s risk of developing heart disease
7. Low-Density Lipoprotein A – LDL To determine your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor the effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
8. Triglycerides To assess your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor the effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
9. SGOT Found in the liver, heart, skeletal muscle, brain, Red Blood Cells, and gall
Screen liver damage/ disease, acute pancreatitis, acute hemolytic anemia,
acute renal disease and trauma, etc.
10. SGPT Found in various body tissues but is most common in the liver.Screen liver damage/disease, bile duct problems, or congestive heart
failure, etc.
11. GAMMA GT Found in various body tissues e.g. the liver, kidneys, bile duct, pancreas,
spleen, etc. Screen liver damage/ disease and can indicate harmful alcohol abuse,
12. Protein As part of a general health checkup, to determine your nutritional status or to screen for and help diagnose certain liver and kidney disorders as well as other diseases
13. Albumin To screen for and help diagnose a liver disorder or kidney disease
14. Globulin To screen for and help diagnose a liver disorder or kidney disease
15. Calcium This test measures the amount of calcium in the blood or urine, which reflects the amount of total and ionized calcium in the body.
16. Full Blood Count – FBC To determine your general health status; to screen for, diagnose, or monitor any one of a variety of diseases and conditions that affect blood cells, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorder or cancer
17. C-reactive protein – CRP To identify the presence of inflammation and to monitor response to treatment for an inflammatory disorder
18. Urine Chemistry Detect the presence of 11 parameters like glucose, protein, pH, etc in urine

Advanced Health Check Up – 22 tests Rs 1390

1. Fasting Blood Glucose – FBS Measures your blood sugar after an overnight fast. Helps in diagnosing prediabetes and diabetes. (See HbA1c)
2. Urea is a waste product formed in the liver by the breakdown of amino acids (protein). It travels through your blood to the kidneys which filter it out through urine. Used to assess kidney function together with creatinine.
3. Creatinine is a waste product that comes from normal wear and tear on the muscles of the body. It is a better predictor of kidney function than urea.
4. Electrolyte – Sodium To determine whether your sodium level is within normal limits; to help evaluate electrolyte balance and to help determine the cause of and monitor the treatment for illnesses associated with abnormal sodium levels in the body
5. Electrolyte – Potassium The test may also be used to monitor or diagnose conditions related to abnormal potassium levels. These conditions include kidney disease, high blood pressure, and heart disease.
6. Electrolyte – Chloride To determine if there is a problem with your body’s electrolyte balance or acid-base (pH) balance and to monitor treatment; as part of a routine health checkup
7.HbA1C-(Glycated hemoglobin) gives an indication of how much sugar there has been in the blood over the last 3 months. It helps to diagnose and monitor people with diabetes.
8. Cholesterol Total A complete cholesterol test is done to determine whether your cholesterol is high and estimate your risk of developing heart attacks and other forms of heart disease and diseases of the blood vessels
9. HDL Used as part of a lipid profile to screen for unhealthy levels of lipids and to determine an individual’s risk of developing heart disease
10. LDL To determine your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor the effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
11. Triglycerides To assess your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor the effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
12. SGOT Found in the liver, heart, skeletal muscle, brain, Red Blood Cells, and gall
Screen liver damage/ disease, acute pancreatitis, acute hemolytic anemia,
acute renal disease and trauma, etc.
13. SGPT Found in various body tissues but is most common in the liver.Screen liver damage/disease, bile duct problems, or congestive heart
failure, etc.
14. GAMMA GT Found in various body tissues e.g. the liver, kidneys, bile duct, pancreas,
spleen, etc. Screen liver damage/ disease and can indicate harmful alcohol abuse,
15. Protein As part of a general health checkup, to determine your nutritional status or to screen for and help diagnose certain liver and kidney disorders as well as other diseases
16. Albumin To screen for and help diagnose a liver disorder or kidney disease
17. Globulin To screen for and help diagnose a liver disorder or kidney disease
18. Uric Acid is a normal body waste product formed by the breaking down of purines. Most uric acid dissolves in the blood and travels to the kidneys where it is excreted in the urine. High uric acid levels can result in gout or kidney disease such as kidney stones.
19. Full Blood Count -FBC  To determine your general health status; to screen for, diagnose, or monitor any one of a variety of diseases and conditions that affect blood cells, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorder, or cancer.
20. C-Reactive Protein – CRP To identify the presence of inflammation and to monitor response to treatment for an inflammatory disorder
21. Calcium This test measures the amount of calcium in the blood or urine, which reflects the amount of total and ionized calcium in the body.
22. Urine Chemistry Detect the presence of 11 parameters like glucose, protein, pH

Men Above fifty –  23 tests package

 

1. Fasting Blood Sugar – FBS Measures your blood sugar after an overnight fast. It helps in diagnosing prediabetes and diabetes. (See HbA1c)2.
2. HbA1c (Glycated hemoglobin) Gives an indication of how much sugar there has been in the blood over the last 3 months. It helps to diagnose and monitor people with diabetes.
3. Cholesterol Total A complete cholesterol test is done to determine whether your cholesterol is high and estimate your risk of developing heart attacks and other forms of heart disease and diseases of the blood vessels.
4. High-Density Lipoprotein A – HDL Used as part of a lipid profile to screen for unhealthy levels of lipids and to determine an individual’s risk of developing heart disease
 5.Low-Density Lipoprotein A – LDL To determine your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor the effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy.
6. Triglycerides To assess your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor the effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
7. Uric Acid is a normal body waste product formed by the breaking down of purines. Most uric acid dissolves in the blood and travels to the kidneys where is it excreted in the urine. High uric acid levels can result in gout or kidney disease such as kidney stones.
8. SGOT Found in the liver, heart, skeletal muscle, brain, Red Blood Cells, and gall
Screen liver damage/ disease, acute pancreatitis, acute hemolytic anemia,
acute renal disease and trauma, etc.
9. SGPT Found in various body tissues but is most common in the liver.Screen liver damage/disease, bile duct problems, or congestive heart
failure, etc.
10. Gamma GT Found in various body tissues e.g. the liver, kidneys, bile duct, pancreas,
spleen, etc. Screen liver damage/ disease and can indicate harmful alcohol abuse,
11. Bilirubin To screen for or monitor liver disorders or hemolytic anemia; to monitor neonatal jaundice
12. Alkaline Phosphatase To screen for or monitor treatment for a liver or bone disorder
13. Urea is a waste product formed in the liver by the breakdown of amino acids (protein). It travels through your blood to the kidneys, filtering it out through urine. Used to assess kidney function together with creatinine.
14. Protein As part of a general health checkup, to determine your nutritional status or to screen for and help diagnose certain liver and kidney disorders as well as other diseases
15. Albumin As part of a general health checkup, to determine your nutritional status or to screen for and help diagnose certain liver and kidney disorders as well as other diseases
16. Globulin As part of a general health checkup, to determine your nutritional status or to screen for and help diagnose certain liver and kidney disorders as well as other diseases
17. Calcium This test measures the amount of calcium in the blood or urine, which reflects the amount of total and ionized calcium in the bodY.
18. Bone Densitometry A bone density test determines if you have osteoporosis — a disorder characterized by bones that are more fragile and more likely to break.
19. Creatinine is a waste product that comes from normal wear and tear on the muscles of the body. It is a better predictor of kidney function than urea.
20. Full Blood Count – FBC To determine your general health status; to screen for, diagnose, or monitor any one of a variety of diseases and conditions that affect blood cells, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorder, or cancer.
21 C-reactive protein –  CRP To identify the presence of inflammation and to monitor response to treatment for an inflammatory disorder
22. Urine Chemistry Detect the presence of 11 parameters like glucose, protein, pH, etc in urine
23. Electrocardiogram

 

Check Up Bone Densitometry – 19 tests package

 

1.FBS
2.Urea
3.Cholesterol Total
4. HDL
5. LDL
6. Triclycerides
7. Uric Acid
8. Protein
9. Albumin
10.Globulin
11. SGOT
12. SGPT
13. Gamma GT
14. Creatinine
15. FBC
16. CRP
17. Calcium
18. Bone Densitometry
19. Urine Chemistry

 

Women above fifty

Alanine Amino Transferase (SGPT) To screen for liver damage and/or to help diagnose liver disease
Albumin To screen for and help diagnose a liver disorder or kidney disease
Alkaline Phosphatase To screen for or monitor treatment for a liver or bone disorder
Aspartate Amino Transferase (SGOT) To detect liver damage and/or to help diagnose liver disease
C – Reactive Protein – CRP To identify the presence of inflammation and to monitor response to treatment for an inflammatory disorder
Calcium  This test measures the amount of calcium in the blood or urine, which reflects the amount of total and ionized calcium in the body.
Cervical Smear (In Patient) Can detect changes in your cervical cells that suggest cancermay develop in the future
Cholesterol A complete cholesterol test is done to determine whether your cholesterol is high and estimate your risk of developing heart attacks and other forms of heart disease and diseases of the blood vessels.
D Bil To screen for or monitor liver disorders or hemolytic anemia; to monitor neonatal jaundice
Electrocardiogram You may need an ECG test if you have risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure, or symptoms such as palpitations or chest pain.
Full Blood Count To determine your general health status; to screen for, diagnose, or monitor any one of a variety of diseases and conditions that affect blood cells, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorder or cancer
Gamma Glutamyl Transferase (GGT) Doctors will measure GGT if they suspect damage to the liver or bile ducts, chronic alcohol abuse, or certain bone diseases.
Glucose Used to find out if your blood sugar levels are in the healthy range. It is often used to help diagnose and monitor diabetes
HDL Plus used as part of a lipid profile to screen for unhealthy levels of lipids and to determine an individual’s risk of developing heart disease
LDL To determine your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
Proteins Total Albumin Globulin As part of a general health checkup, to determine your nutritional status or to screen for and help diagnose certain liver and kidney disorders as well as other diseases
T Bil To screen for or monitor liver disorders or hemolytic anemia; to monitor neonatal jaundice
Triglycerides To assess your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
Urea To evaluate the health of your kidneys; to help diagnose kidney disease; to monitor the effectiveness of dialysis and other treatments related to kidney disease or damage
Uric Acid To monitor uric acid levels when undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment; diagnose the cause of kidney stones and to monitor those with gout who are at risk of developing such stones
Urine Chemistry To screen for, help diagnose and/or monitor several diseases and conditions, such as kidney disorders or urinary tract infections (UTIs)
Vitamin D Test done to determine vitamin D concentration in serum whether deficiency or toxicity if on vitamin D supplementation.

 Women Screening Profile

Alanine Amino Transferase (SGPT) To screen for liver damage and/or to help diagnose liver disease
Albumin To screen for and help diagnose a liver disorder or kidney disease
Alkaline Phosphatase To screen for or monitor treatment for a liver or bone disorder
Aspartate Amino Transferase (SGOT) To detect liver damage and/or to help diagnose liver disease
C – Reactive Protein – CRP To identify the presence of inflammation and to monitor response to treatment for an inflammatory disorder
Calcium  This test measures the amount of calcium in the blood or urine, which reflects the amount of total and ionized calcium in the body.
Chloride To determine if there is a problem with your body’s electrolyte balance or acid-base (pH) balance and to monitor treatment; as part of a routine health checkup
Cholesterol A complete cholesterol test is done to determine whether your cholesterol is high and estimate your risk of developing heart attacks and other forms of heart disease and diseases of the blood vessels.
Creatine Kinase (CK) To detect and monitor muscle damage; to help diagnose conditions associated with muscle damage; for heart attack detection
Creatinine To evaluate the health of your kidneys; to help diagnose kidney disease; to monitor treatment for kidney disease
D Bil To screen for or monitor liver disorders or hemolytic anemia; to monitor neonatal jaundice
Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate – ESR (Westergren) To detect the presence of inflammation caused by one or more conditions such as infections, tumors or autoimmune diseases
Free Thyroxine – FT4 To help evaluate thyroid gland function; to help diagnose thyroid disease; to monitor effectiveness of thyroid treatment
Free Triiodothyronine – FT3 To help evaluate thyroid gland function; to diagnose thyroid disease, including hyperthyroidism, and determine the cause; to monitor the effectiveness of treatment of a thyroid disorder
Full Blood Count To determine your general health status; to screen for, diagnose, or monitor any one of a variety of diseases and conditions that affect blood cells, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorder, or cancer
Gamma Glutamyl Transferase (GGT) Doctors will measure GGT if they suspect damage to the liver or bile ducts, chronic alcohol abuse, or certain bone diseases.
Glucose Used to find out if your blood sugar levels are in the healthy range. It is often used to help diagnose and monitor diabetes
Glycated HbA1C The hemoglobin A1c test tells you your average level of blood sugar over the past 2 to 3 months. People who have diabetes need this test regularly to see if their levels are staying within range.
HDL Plus used as part of a lipid profile to screen for unhealthy levels of lipids and to determine an individual’s risk of developing heart disease
LDL To determine your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
Magnesium Assess the ” Level of Magnesium” in the body. A lack of Magnesium could cause Nausea, Muscle cramps, changes in Heart beats rate, Intestinal malabsorption and Bone problems.
Phosphorous Assess the ” Level of Magnesium” in the body. A lack of Magnesium could cause Nausea, Muscle cramps, changes in Heart beats rate, Intestinal malabsorption and Bone problems.
Potassium  The test may also be used to monitor or diagnose conditions related to abnormal potassium levels. These conditions include kidney disease, high blood pressure, and heart disease.
Proteins Total Albumin Globulin As part of a general health checkup, to determine your nutritional status or to screen for and help diagnose certain liver and kidney disorders as well as other diseases
Serum / Plasma Homocysteine  The test may also be used to monitor or diagnose conditions related to abnormal potassium levels. These conditions include kidney disease, high blood pressure, and heart disease.
Serum Ferritin To determine your body’s total iron storage capacity; to help diagnose iron deficiency or iron overload
Serum Iron The serum iron test is used to measure the amount of iron that is in transit in the body
Serum Transferrin To assess your body’s ability to transport iron in the blood; to help diagnose iron-deficiency or iron overload
Sodium To determine whether your sodium level is within normal limits; to help evaluate electrolyte balance and to help determine the cause of and monitor the treatment for illnesses associated with abnormal sodium levels in the body
T Bil To screen for or monitor liver disorders or hemolytic anemia; to monitor neonatal jaundice
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) – THYROTROPIN To help diagnose thyroid disorders and to monitor treatment of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism
Total Iron Binding Capacity To assess your body’s iron-binding capacity
Triglycerides To assess your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor the effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
Urea To evaluate the health of your kidneys; to help diagnose kidney disease; to monitor the effectiveness of dialysis and other treatments related to kidney disease or damage
Uric Acid To monitor uric acid levels when undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment; diagnose the cause of kidney stones and monitor those with gout who are at risk of developing such stones
Vitamin 12 To assess your body’s iron-binding capacity
Vitamin D

 Men Screening Profile

Alanine Amino Transferase (SGPT) To screen for liver damage and/or to help diagnose liver disease
Alkaline Phosphatase To screen for or monitor treatment for a liver or bone disorder
Amylase Serum  to diagnose and monitor acute pancreatitis; also sometimes to diagnose and monitor chronic pancreatitis or other pancreatic diseases
Aspartate Amino Transferase (SGOT) To detect liver damage and/or to help diagnose liver disease
C – Reactive Protein – CRP To identify the presence of inflammation and to monitor response to treatment for an inflammatory disorder
Calcium  This test measures the amount of calcium in the blood or urine, which reflects the amount of total and ionized calcium in the body.
Chloride To determine if there is a problem with your body’s electrolyte balance or acid-base (pH) balance and to monitor treatment; as part of a routine health checkup
Cholesterol A complete cholesterol test is done to determine whether your cholesterol is high and estimate your risk of developing heart attacks and other forms of heart disease and diseases of the blood vessels.
Creatine Kinase (CK) To detect and monitor muscle damage; to help diagnose conditions associated with muscle damage; for heart attackdetection
Culture A urine culture is a test that can detect bacteria in your urine. This test can find and identify the germs that cause a urinary tract infection
D Bil To screen for or monitor liver disorders or hemolytic anemia; to monitor neonatal jaundice
Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate – ESR (Westergren) To detect the presence of inflammation caused by one or more conditions such as infections, tumors or autoimmune diseases
Free PSA useful in assessing the risk of prostate cancer in patients with borderline or moderately increased total PSA
Full Blood Count To determine your general health status; to screen for, diagnose, or monitor any one of a variety of diseases and conditions that affect blood cells, such as anemia, infection, inflammation, bleeding disorder or cancer
Gamma Glutamyl Transferase (GGT) Doctors will measure GGT if they suspect damage to the liver or bile ducts, chronic alcohol abuse, or certain bone diseases.
Glucose Used to find out if your blood sugar levels are in the healthy range. It is often used to help diagnose and monitor diabetes
Glycated HbA1C The hemoglobin A1c test tells you your average level of blood sugar over the past 2 to 3 months. People who have diabetes need this test regularly to see if their levels are staying within range.
HDL Plus used as part of a lipid profile to screen for unhealthy levels of lipids and to determine an individual’s risk of developing heart disease
LDL To determine your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
Macroscopy / Microscopy To screen for, help diagnose and/or monitor several diseases and conditions, such as kidney disorders or urinary tract infections (UTIs)
Magnesium Assess the ” Level of Magnesium” in the body. A lack of Magnesium could cause Nausea, Muscle cramps, changes in Heart beats rate, Intestinal malabsorption and Bone problems.
Microscopy Chemistry To screen for, help diagnose and/or monitor several diseases and conditions, such as kidney disorders or urinary tract infections (UTIs)
Potassium  The test may also be used to monitor or diagnose conditions related to abnormal potassium levels. These conditions include kidney disease,high blood pressure, and heart disease.
Rota Virus  The test may also be used to monitor or diagnose conditions related to abnormal potassium levels. These conditions include kidney disease,high blood pressure, and heart disease.
Serum / Plasma Homocysteine  The test may also be used to monitor or diagnose conditions related to abnormal potassium levels. These conditions include kidney disease,high blood pressure, and heart disease.
Sodium To determine whether your sodium level is within normal limits; to help evaluate electrolyte balance and to help determine the cause of and monitor the treatment for illnesses associated with abnormal sodium levels in the body
T Bil To screen for or monitor liver disorders or hemolytic anemia; to monitor neonatal jaundice
Total IgE IMMUNOGLOBULIN E To screen for an allergic disease; sometimes to screen for a parasitic infection
Total PSA useful in assessing the risk of prostate cancer in patients with borderline or moderately increased total PSA
Triglycerides To assess your risk of developing heart disease; to monitor effectiveness of lipid-lowering therapy
Urea To evaluate the health of your kidneys; to help diagnose kidney disease; to monitor the effectiveness of dialysis and other treatments related to kidney disease or damage
Uric Acid To monitor uric acid levels when undergoing chemotherapy or radiation treatment; diagnose the cause of kidney stones and to monitor those with gout who are at risk of developing such stones

Full Diabetic Tests

Body Mass Index BMI is an estimate of body fat and a good gauge of your risk for diseases that can occur with more body fat.
Glucose Used to find out if your blood sugar levels are in the healthy range. It is often used to help diagnose and monitor diabetes
Glycated HbA1C The hemoglobin A1c test tells you your average level of blood sugar over the past 2 to 3 months. People who have diabetes need this test regularly to see if their levels are staying within range.
RANDOM URINE MICROALBUMIN A microalbumin urine test checks for small (or “micro”) amounts of albumin in your urine — at levels so small a regular urine test might not find them. It can be a sign of kidney disease.

Liver Function Tests

Alanine Amino Transferase (SGPT) To screen for liver damage and/or to help diagnose liver disease
Alkaline Phosphatase To screen for or monitor treatment for a liver or bone disorder
Aspartate Amino Transferase (SGOT) To detect liver damage and/or to help diagnose liver disease
D Bil To screen for or monitor liver disorders or hemolytic anemia; to monitor neonatal jaundice
Gamma Glutamyl Transferase (GGT) Doctors will measure GGT if they suspect damage to the liver or bile ducts, chronic alcohol abuse, or certain bone diseases.
T Bil To screen for or monitor liver disorders or hemolytic anemia; to monitor neonatal jaundice

Free Thyroid Profile

Free Thyroxine – FT4 To help evaluate thyroid gland function; to help diagnose thyroid disease; to monitor effectiveness of thyroid treatment
Free Triiodothyronine – FT3 To help evaluate thyroid gland function; to diagnose thyroid disease, including hyperthyroidism, and determine the cause; to monitor effectiveness of treatment of a thyroid disorder
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) – THYROTROPIN To help diagnose thyroid disorders and to monitor treatment of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism

Thyroid Profile Tests

Free Triiodothyronine – FT3 To help evaluate thyroid gland function; to diagnose thyroid disease, including hyperthyroidism, and determine the cause; to monitor effectiveness of treatment of a thyroid disorder
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) – THYROTROPIN To help diagnose thyroid disorders and to monitor treatment of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism
Total Thyroxine – T4 To help evaluate thyroid gland function; to help diagnose thyroid disease; to monitor effectiveness of thyroid treatment

Renal Function Tests

Chloride To determine if there is a problem with your body’s electrolyte balance or acid-base (pH) balance and to monitor treatment; as part of a routine health checkup
Creatinine To evaluate the health of your kidneys; to help diagnose kidney disease; to monitor treatment for kidney disease
Potassium  The test may also be used to monitor or diagnose conditions related to abnormal potassium levels. These conditions include kidney disease,high blood pressure, and heart disease.
Sodium To determine whether your sodium level is within normal limits; to help evaluate electrolyte balance and to help determine the cause of and monitor the treatment for illnesses associated with abnormal sodium levels in the body
Urea To evaluate the health of your kidneys; to help diagnose kidney disease; to monitor the effectiveness of dialysis and other treatments related to kidney disease or damage
eGFR To evaluate the health of your kidneys; to help diagnose kidney disease; to monitor the effectiveness of dialysis and other treatments related to kidney disease or damage

Heart and Bone Screen

Bone Densitometry A bone density test determines if you have osteoporosis — a disorder characterized by bones that are more fragile and more likely to break.
Electrocardiogram You may need an ECG test if you have risk factors for heart disease such as high blood pressure, or symptoms such as palpitations or chest pain.
Magnesium Assess the ” Level of Magnesium” in the body. A lack of Magnesium could cause Nausea, Muscle cramps, changes in Heart beats rate, Intestinal malabsorption and Bone problems.
Phosphorous Assess the ” Level of Magnesium” in the body. A lack of Magnesium could cause Nausea, Muscle cramps, changes in Heart beats rate, Intestinal malabsorption and Bone problems.