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SAMPURNA FITNESS PACKAGE

NRS. 2200

NRS. 3700


Fitness Package presents range of cost-effective complete Family Wellness Profile


This package which helps detect the early onset of diseases including diabetes, cholesterol and various ailments affecting Heart, Liver, Kidneys, and Thyroid, etc

 

Tests Parameter:

Test for Blood disorders, infections, allergy: Complete Blood Count, ESR, Complete Urine Analysis

Test for Diabetes: Glucose Fasting

Test for Liver disease: Bilirubin- Total, Direct, Indirect, Total Protein, SGPT, SGOT

Test for Kidney disease: Urea, Creatinine, Sodium, Potassium

Test for Heart disease: Cholesterol Total, Cholesterol-HDL-Direct, Cholesterol-LDL, Triglyceride, VLDL

Test for Thyroid Function: FT3, FT4, TSH

 

This package has tests to check for:

Blood counts which include RBCs, platelets etc, which indicate various conditions in the body

Blood-sugar levels to determine diabetes risk

Elements of the urine, that are connected to various bodily functions

Minerals that regulate body acidity, water balance and heart performance

Liver and various liver diseases

Kidneys, which produce urine, and chances for kidney disease

Heart risk profile and cholesterol levels which effect the heart

Normal functioning of the thyroid gland and its hormones (these hormones as necessary for proper metabolism and help in other body functions)

Process:

These tests require 10-12 hours of fasting (except water). The lab technician will collect blood sample from the patient. This will be processed in a lab and the report provided usually within 24 hours.

 

Who should take this test:

All adults (above age 18) should take this test (or equivalent) at least once a year.

These tests require 10-12 hours of fasting (except water). The lab technician will collect blood sample from the patient. This will be processed in a lab and the report provided usually within 24 hours.

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