Frequently Asked Questions
1. How often should you get your executive checkup done?
We must have an executive checkup done at least once a year to detect any changes in our systems. It also acts as a preventative health check.
2. How many Investigations & Consultations are included in Executive Health Checkup for Male?
Medicover Executive Health Checkup- Male Package includes 24 Investigations + 4 Specialist Consultation.
3. How long does an executive check-up for male take?
An executive check-up-male takes about 1 -2 hours to complete.
4. Does Executive Health Checkup for Male involve ECG?
Yes, Executive Health Checkup-Male includes ECG. It is one of the most basic and quick examinations for examining the heart.
5. Is Serum Creatinine test included in Executive Health Checkup for Male?
Yes, the Serum Creatinine test is included in Executive Health Checkup for Male. The creatinine clearance test determines how well your kidneys are performing by measuring the quantity of creatinine in your urine and blood.
6. Does Executive Health Checkup for Male involves Vitamin B12 test?
Yes, Executive Health Checkup for Male involves Vitamin B12 test. The test measures the amount of vitamin B12 in the blood.Our body needs vitamin B to make blood cells and to maintain a healthy nervous system.
7. Does Executive Health Checkup for Male include Lipid Profile?
Yes, Lipid Profile is included in the Executive Health Checkup for Male. It measures the amount of “good” and “bad” cholesterol and triglycerides, a type of fat, in your blood. Cholesterol is a soft, waxy fat that your body needs to function properly.
8. Why is FBS (fasting blood glucose) test important?
A fasting blood glucose test can be used to determine how efficiently the body manages blood sugar levels when food is not consumed. It is very important particularly in diagnosing diabetes.
9. Why is a blood urea nitrogen bun test done?
The BUN test is used to determine how efficiently your kidneys are functioning. Your BUN level rises if your kidneys are unable to discharge urea from the blood in a regular manner. The levels can also be raised by heart failure, dehydration, or a high-protein diet. BUN levels can be lowered by liver illness or injury."
10. 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.