Comprehensive Health Check Up – Comfort
Indiana Comprehensive Health Check up – Comfort includes
- Blood Glucose (FBS/RBS)
- Lipid Profile
- Glycol HB (HBAic)
- Liver function Test
- Uric Acid
- Urine Analysis
- Urine Micro Albumin
- Chest X-Ray
- Ultrasound Abdomen & Pelvis
- Color Doppler Echocardiogram / Treadmill
- Ankle Brachial Index
- Cardiac Consultation
- Physician Consultation
- Eye Consultation
- Neuro Consultation
- Nephrology Consultation
- Gynaecology Consultation
- Dietician Consultation
- ** Orthopedic / Pulmonology Consultation
- ** Optional
Preparation for Check up
Kindly take prior appointment CALL 0824-2880880
Overnight fasting of 8 to 10 hours is required. Report empty stomach. only water can be taken.
Avoid wearing tight, formal clothes and shoes
Avoid Smoking and consuming alcohol for a minimum of 12 hours before checkup.
If already registered at the hospital, provide the I.D. number at the time of fixing up appointment and at the time of reporting at the Hospital
Bring all your earlier medical reports and prescription if available
Diabetic or Hypertensive patient should take their regular medicine, if any after the fasting blood sample collectiion
Opinion and advice will be given by the consultant physician based on the standard tests in the package. Any further tests or consultation recommended by the Consultant will not be a part of this package and hence will be charged extra.
Why Comprehensive Health Check up is Neccesary?
Regular Health Check Ups are valuable tool in maintaining good health. Taking proper care of your health at the right time can prevent a lot of problems in the future. It’s good to find out that you have a problem, before it is too late to cure it. So appropriate tests should be done at the right time. The main aim of a check-up is to detect the illness at an early stage, or better still prevent illness occurring in the first place. Some tests save so many lives that it is definitely worth the money spent on it. In adults up to about 40 years, a check-up every two years is appropriate. Older adults should be seen every year or so.