How A Complete Body Health Check Up Can Uncover Hidden Diseases

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Every year you change the car. Why not also undergo an annual medical check-up? Annual check-ups or periodic health check-ups are useful because they can help detect and identify diseases or warning signs of impending illness at an early stage. This makes treatment more effective, cheaper and less invasive. In addition to detecting such diseases before a patient becomes seriously ill, these periodic examinations also provide you with detailed information on various health parameters such as cholesterol, blood sugar, blood pressure and weight. This helps measure your overall health and enables health care providers to assess health risks and provide lifestyle and dietary advice to mitigate these risks.

Benefits of annual health checks

Regular and complete examination of the body by a doctor gives several advantages. One of the main advantages is the prevention of diseases. Preventive examinations are especially important for people with risk factors for various diseases. A master’s examination can also help detect and treat an early-stage health problem, which is especially beneficial for cancer. Examinations and laboratory tests conducted during the examination depend on age, gender, family history and lifestyle. Medical examinations also improve patient-doctor relationships and allow the doctor to promote healthy habits by educating patients.

The composition of the regular medical examination

In addition to general physical examination, which includes eye and dental examination, the standard examination is designed to assess how well the heart, lungs, digestive system, liver, kidneys and immune system work. Sometimes some cancer-specific tests such as PSA (prostate-specific antigen) for men, mammography and some pelvic examinations in women are also included.

The examination of the body mainly includes pathology (blood and urine), imaging (X-ray and ultrasound), functional lung test and cardiac stress test. Ideally, these tests should be performed in an accredited laboratory or hospital equipped with the best diagnostic tools. It is very important that the results of these tests are interpreted and considered by qualified doctors.

Preventive check-ups with regular check-ups

Regular inspections include:

  1. General medical examination (body weight, blood pressure, pulse, etc.)
  2. Laboratory studies:

(a) General blood test: This is a set of tests to study various blood components, which is used as a general screening test for conditions such as anemia, infection and many other diseases.

b) Lipid profile: used to assess the risk of cardiovascular disease.

(c) Liver function test: used to assess liver function or diagnose liver disease.

d) Kidney function test: used to assess how well the kidneys work.

(d) Blood sugar level: Used to measure blood sugar to control prediabetes and diabetes.

(f) Chest x-ray: used to examine the chest as well as chest organs and structures.

f) ECG/treadmill test: Used as a diagnostic tool to measure heart rate and regularity, as well as to assess heart stress.

(c) Abdominal ultrasound: a diagnostic imaging method used to visualize organs and structures of the abdominal cavity, including the liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas and kidneys.

(i) A routine urine study: used for general health assessment, metabolic or systemic diseases.

It is important to pass a proper health examination and take into account factors such as age, lifestyle, family history and risks. Regular medical examinations and tests help to identify problems even before they start. By choosing the right examinations, examinations and treatments, you are taking steps to live longer and healthier.

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