Whole Body Checkup - Female
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is included in a whole-body checkup- female?
Medicover Whole-body checkup package includes 33 Investigations + 9 Specialist Consultations:
- Serum Calcium
- CT Brain Plain
- CT Coronary Angiogram
- CUE (Complete Urine Examination)
- T3, T4, and TSH
- Gamma GT
- Anti HCV
- 2D Echo with Colour Doppler
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin D
- Lipid Profile
- Pap Smear
- X-Ray Mammography and 20 more Investigations with 9 specialists consultation
2. What is a whole-body checkup- Female?
The whole-body health check-up comprises blood and urine tests, x-ray, ultrasonography, lungs function test, and cardiac test. An accredited laboratory or hospital that has the tools to carry out these diagnostic tests should only carry these tests out.
3. Is CT Brain plain test included in whole-body health checkup for females?
Yes, CT Brain plain investigation is included in whole-body health checkup- female.
4. Does Whole Body Health Checkup-Female include X-Ray Mammography?
Yes, X-Ray Mammography is included in the Whole Body Health Checkup-Female. Mammograms are used by doctors to check for early symptoms of breast cancer.
5. Does Whole Body Health Checkup-Female involve ECG?
Yes, Whole Body Health Checkup-Female includes ECG. It is one of the most basic and quick examinations for examining the heart.
6. Does Whole Body Health Checkup-Female include Lipid Profile?
Yes, Lipid Profile is included in the Whole Body Health Checkup-Female. 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.
7. What is a blood urea nitrogen test?
The blood urea nitrogen (BUN) test provides important information on the health of your kidneys. The quantity of urea nitrogen in your blood is measured by a BUN test. If your urea nitrogen levels are greater than usual, a BUN test might indicate that your kidneys aren't operating correctly.
8. 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.
9. Why is ECG done?
An electrocardiogram (ECG) is one of the most basic and quick diagnostics for assessing the heart. These impulses are recorded by an ECG, which shows how quickly the heart is beating, the rhythm of the heartbeats (steady or irregular), and the intensity and timing of the electrical impulses as they travel through the various regions of the heart. Changes in an ECG can indicate a variety of cardiac diseases.