Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is a child's health check-up?
Exams and tests are included in child health checkup packages to give you an idea of your child's health. It helps to determine if your child has insufficient vitamins or minerals. You can also begin treatment to rectify any deficiencies.
2. How often should a child get a checkup?
If your child has a weak immune system, which is why they are prone to diseases, malnutrition, and much more. Your doctor may recommend bringing your child for regular checkups. If your child has no issues yearly once or twice is enough.
3. What are the tests for child checkup?
The tests for child checkup are
4. What is a CUE (complete urine examination)?
A complete urine examination helps in detecting such abnormal constituents in urine. Several disorders can be detected by identifying and measuring the levels of such substances. It may be used to screen for and/or help diagnose conditions such as urinary tract infections, kidney disorders, liver problems, diabetes, or other metabolic conditions.
5. Why is CBP (Complete Blood Picture) test important?
A complete blood count (CBC) is a routine blood test used to assess your overall health. The blood test can help to diagnose a wide range of conditions, disorders, diseases, and infections, including Anemia (when there aren't enough red blood cells to carry oxygen through the body). Bone marrow disorders, such as myelodysplastic syndromes.
6. What is serum calcium?
A blood test is to determine the quantity of calcium in the blood is known as serum calcium. The test is used to screen for, diagnose, and monitor a variety of bone, heart, nerve, kidney, and tooth problems. If a person exhibits signs of a parathyroid problem, malabsorption, or an overactive thyroid, the test may be recommended.
7. What is random glucose testing?
Glucose testing is a blood test that checks glucose (sugar) levels at random intervals. Pricking the finger to draw a little drop of blood is the most common method. This blood is then wiped onto a test strip that will give a glucose reading. For diabetes, random glucose testing is a valuable tool. It can help to determine how effectively the disease is managed.
8. What do you mean by Rh blood grouping?
Rhesus (Rh) factor is an inherited protein found on the surface of red blood cells. If your blood has the protein, you're Rh-positive. If your blood lacks the protein, you're Rh-negative. Rh-positive is the most common blood type. Possible ABO blood groups include O, A, B, or AB.
9. What is pediatric consultation?
Pediatric consultation is a common medical procedure that involves the evaluation and diagnosis of conditions affecting children and, to a lesser degree, teenagers, as well as the management of the patients' overall health and wellness through preventative measures.
10. How many investigations & consultations are involved in the Child Health Checkup Package?
There are 4 Investigations & 2 Specialist Consultations involved in the Child Health Checkup Package.