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  • Best Health Checkup Packages for women in Hyderabad

    Rs. 6170/-

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    Package Includes:

    • CBP
    • ESR
    • RBS
    • Ultrasound Abdomen
    • Papsmear
    • Sono Mammogram
    • CUE
    • TSH

    With Free Gynec Consultation

1. CBP: Complete Blood Picture

What does it measure?

CBP is a series of tests that evaluate the composition
and concentration of various components of blood. It mainly measures:

  • red blood cell count
  • white blood cell count
  • platelet count
  • amount of hemoglobin
  • amount of blood in red blood cells (Hct)
  • the average size of red blood cells (MCV)
Why is it done?

CBC is done for a variety of reasons which include:

  • To monitor general health and screen for blood disorders such as anemia or leukemia
  • To diagnose the cause of symptoms such as weakness, fatigue, fever, inflammation, bruising or bleeding
  • To diagnose the cause of any suspected infection
  • To monitor the health condition of a person who was diagnosed with a blood disorder
  • To monitor the health condition of a person, who was prescribed medications that may affect blood cell counts.

2. ESR: Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate

What does it measure?

ESR is a simple non-specific blood test that measures the rate at which the red blood cells settle out from the plasma when the blood sample is allowed to stand in a narrow vertical glass tube, undisturbed for a period of time.

Why is it done?

ESR is usually prescribed to diagnose or monitor the progress of inflammatory diseases such as arthritis autoimmune diseases like lupus. It can also diagnose certain types of infections and cancers. In some cases, ESR is done to check the effect of treatments for conditions that cause inflammation.

3. RBS: Random Blood Sugar

What does it measure?

RBS is a blood glucose test that measures the amount of sugar called glucose present in the blood.

Why is it done?

RBS helps to diagnose diabetes and keep track of the symptoms in people who are already diagnosed with diabetes. It also helps to monitor how well the diabetes is managed in diabetics.

4. CUE: Complete Urine Examination

What does it measure?

CUE analyses the urine sample and measures the amounts of various components such as salts, proteins, hormones, and other metabolic products excreted by the body. It also detects the presence of any bacteria or fungi in urine that needs the use of antibiotics to treat the infection.

Why is it done?

CUE diagnoses urinary tract infections, various metabolic and kidney disorders. It helps to detect any abnormal findings in the urine that might indicate a problem which should be further evaluated. In addition, the concentration of different components such as glucose, protein etc indicates an abnormality that needs to be addressed.

5. TSH: Thyroid Stimulating Hormone

What does it measure?

TSH is the hormone produced by the pituitary gland. TSH test measures the amount of this hormone present in the blood.

Why is it done?

TSH helps find out whether the pituitary gland is working the right way, as it should. It helps to diagnose and monitor thyroid disorders such as hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism.

6. Ultrasound Abdomen:

What does it detect?

Abdominal ultrasound is an imaging test that helps the doctors to see the structure and movement of the organs in the abdominal cavity which includes liver, spleen, gallbladder, pancreas, and kidneys.

Why is it done?

Abdominal ultrasound is usually prescribed to detect the presence of cysts, growths, cancer that might be causing any abnormal symptoms.

7. Pap smear:

What does it detect?

A Pap smear is also called a Pap test that is used to screen cervical cancer.

Why is it done?

Pap smear is prescribed in order to detect the presence of precancerous or cancer cells on the cervix (opening of the uterus).

8. Sono Mammogram:

What does it detect?

Sono mammogram is also known as Breast Ultrasound, which allows a quick visualization of the breast tissue that helps detect the presence of lumps, cysts or a solid tumour.

Why is it done?

A sono mammogram is usually prescribed for high risk patients with a family history of breast cancer to detect any abnormality in the breast tissue. It also serves as a preventive measure for early diagnosis of breast cancer.

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