As we get older, we have a higher risk of developing conditions like high blood pressure, heart disease or type 2 diabetes. Health Check can spot early signs and help prevent these happening to you, which means you’ll be more likely to enjoy life for longer.
Taking care of your health is one of the most important parts of your life. However, modern lifestyles and stress-filled days, often make this much harder than it should be. With the number of disorders doing the rounds on the rise, it is now crucial that a pre-emptive move is made to tackle this.
Sowmiya Hospital understands how medical care is evolving and has created the perfect pre-emptive strike, in the form of a comprehensive health check-up package that caters to every kind of person.
A Complete Haemogram test- This full screening test is used to check the body for different diseases and infections in the body. Through this, our medical practitioners check to see your:
This test helps medical practitioners gauge the current state of the patient’s internal processes, and includes tests for diabetes like:
This is a panel of blood tests that are conducted, as part of an annual check-up, to test for abnormalities in the body’s lipids, like cholesterol and triglycerides. These tests include:
As part of the health check-up, Apollo’s Health Check also includes a list of tests to check the status of the patient’s liver. This includes:
In order to check the patient’s overall health, Apollo’s Health Check Up also includes:
Get in touch with one of our medical experts for more details about Somiya Hospital’s Health Check-up
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