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Full Body Checkup (Total Parameters 89)

Full body check-up includes the eight main tests categories, namely thyroid, heart, liver, kidney, vitals check, complete haemogram, complete urine and diabetes. Under these eight categories fall 89 different tests, all of which completes this package. The samples are withdrawn from the body and sent in the lab for further processing which takes one day to process. The reports as available online can be carried directly to doctor in hand with no monetary and physical pain.

  • Thyroid
  • Heart
  • Liver
  • Kidney
  • Vitals Check
  • Complete Haemogram (CBC with P/S)
  • Complete Urine
  • Diabetes

Thyroid (T3 T4 TSH) - 3 Tests

• Total Tri-Iodothyronine (T3)

• Total Thyroxine (T4)

• Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

For thyroid test, the panel includes three tests, namely total T4, total T3 and thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH). These tests will help in evaluating if the thyroid hormone production is normal, underactive or overactive. Blood samples are generally collected as sample to conduct these tests. Thyroid, in throat, is a small gland which produces two hormones thyroxine (abbreviated as T4) and tri-iodothyronine (T3). This gland plays a vital role in metabolism, brain development, weight, body temperature regulation, menstrual cycles, etc. Improper functioning or excessive secretion of hormone by thyroid gland can lead to neck thickening, weight loss, high cholesterol, lethargy, etc. TSH is produced when hypothalamus releases TRH (a thyroptin-releasing hormone). TRH triggers the pituitary gland to release TSH. TSH is responsible for the production of T3 and T4, both of which help in metabolism of our body. For brain’s normal growth, both T4 and T3 are required. In hypothyroidism, TSH level increases, while decreases in hyperthyroidism. Although there is no particular cure, taking pills is the only way to keep things working. It is a life-long treatment which requires taking the pill everyday in the morning on an empty stomach. Treating thyroid by taking nutritious diet proves vital. Increase the consumption of fresh fruits, vegetables and beans in your routine. They are a good source of protein and vitamins. Iodine, the most important source required by the thyroid, should be consumed in proper amount. But patients with high blood pressure cut-down the amount which will lead to this problem. Therefore, they should consume alternative foods like sea food, yoghurt milk, sea vegetables and eggs.

Heart Risk Profile (Lipid) - 9 Tests

• Total Cholesterol

• HDL (Good Cholesterol)

• Non HDL Cholesterol

• LDL (Bad Cholesterol)

• VLDL Cholesterol

• Tryglycerides

• LDL / HDL Cholesterol Ratio

• HDL / LDL Cholesterol Ratio

• TC ( Total Cholesterol ) / HDL Cholesterol Ratio

For a healthy heart, undergoing the lipid test is beneficial. This panel includes nine tests, namely total cholesterol, HDL (good) cholesterol, non-HDL cholesterol, VLDL cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL (bad) cholesterol, LDL/HDL cholesterol ratio, HDL/LDL cholesterol ratio and TC/HDL cholesterol ratio. For these tests, blood sample is generally collected. Lipids are fatty acid molecules which are made up of hydrocarbons. They are insoluble in water and have important functions in the body, such as storing energy, acting as messengers, behaving as signaling molecules, etc. When cholesterol level is normal in the body, the blood flows through arteries and veins more freely. Its higher level in the body can lead to atherosclerosis, strokes, hypertension, angina, plaques formation and heart diseases. High cholesterol is not to be worried about. Ask a doctor to create a plan to maintain it which might include changes in diet, regular exercise and check-ups. Personal look after is necessary along with some medicines which can prove to be effective. Importantly, changes in your lifestyle and your attitude towards it will have more impact on you.

Liver Function Test (LFT) - 11 Tests

• Bilirubin-Total

• Bilirubin-Direct

• Bilirubin-Indirect

• Alkaline Phosphatase ( ALP)



• Protein-Total

• Albumin

• Globulin

• Serum Albumin / Globulin Ratio

• Gamma GT/GGT (Gamma Glutamyl Transferase)

Liver tests includes 11 tests, namely bilirubin-total, bilirubin-direct, bilirubin-indirect, alkaline phosphate (ALP), alanine aminotransferase [ALT; also known as SGPT (serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase)], aspartate aminotransferase [AST; also known as SGOT (serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase)], protein-total, globulin, albumin, serum albumin/globulin ratio and GGT (gamma-glutamyl transferase). Liver function test is a panel of tests which is done to detect liver damage and inflammation. For this test, blood sample is required. Liver is one of the important and the largest organ of the body present on the right-hand side of the belly. It performs important functions like blood detoxification, nutrient metabolism bile storing, glucose production, formation of blood clotting proteins, glycogen synthesis, stores vitamins and chemicals, etc. Improper functioning of liver can lead to its damage or serious diseases. Symptoms of liver disease include fatigueness, confusion, weakness, ascites, weight loss, jaundice – skin yellowing, nauseatic feeling, and swelling of leg. Liver diseases can be easily treated by internal medicine or primary care specialists. Doctors say that the liver diseases can be controlled or prevented easily by reducing alcohol consumption; maintaining a healthy weight; taking a consumed diet; and taking medications, derived by thorough study of patient’s good history and physical examination, as prescribed.

Kidney Function Test (Basic) - 6 Tests

• Uric Acid

• Serum Urea

• Serum Creatinine

• Urea / Creatinine Ratio

• Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)

• BUN / Cretinine Ratio

Kidney tests include six tests, namely uric acid, serum urea, serum creatinine, blood urea nitrogen (BUN), urea/creatinine ratio and BUN/creatinine ratio. For these tests, blood and urine samples are generally collected. Kidneys have a very important role in maintaining your health. They are two in number located on the either side of the spine and have a size of a fist. Various life-sustaining functions performed by kidneys include filtering and removing wastes from the body in form of urine, critical to the production of vitamin D and red blood cells, maintaining level of minerals and water, and producing hormones which help in regulating blood pressure. If any of the above roles fail to happen, kidney disease can occur. Symptoms of kidney problems include painful urination, increased blood pressure, urinating frequently, blood in the urine, or swelling in hands and feet observed if fluids build-up in the body. Kidney diseases can be treated: all you need to do is follow your doctor strictly; regular blood pressure check-up is necessary; rely on healthy foods and cut down salt content in your diet; quit smoking and alcohol consumption; if you are overweight, put down some weight; and try to lower your stress levels by doing things that make you feel relaxing.

Vitals Check (Blood Sugar & BP Check) - 3 Tests

• Blood Glucose fasting / Random

• Pulse Rate Check

• Blood Pressure Check (BP)

Vitals check include three tests, namely blood sugar fasting or random, pulse rate check, and blood pressure (BP) check. Blood sugar fasting test is done to detect the amount of the glucose in the blood. Thus test is performed when you have not eaten for last 8 hours and is preferred to take in the morning. For this test, blood sample is required. This is the primary test done to detect the prediabetes and diabetes. On the other hand, random blood sugar test is performed several times a day regardless of when you have eaten last. This test helps in evaluating if the glucose level in the blood remains almost same throughout the day. If it does, the test is normal. But if blood glucose levels vary widely, it means that there is a problem. Carbohydrates are a major source of glucose. After you eat, glucose levels rise. The pancreas release insulin to prevent the glucose level from rising too high. High levels of blood glucose can cause problems like damaging kidneys, blood vessels and eyes. The normal range for fasting blood sugar level and two hours after eating is 70--100 mg/dL and 125 mg/dL. Pulse rate is checked to see how well the heart is working; to find the symptoms, fainting, chest pain, dizziness and breath shortness, cause; to check blood inflow after any injury; to check the fitness level: checking pulse rate when at rest and after exercise. All preparation required needs a watch to note the time and a quiet place to sit and count the pulses. Gently place your first two fingers at neck or wrist and count the beats for 30 seconds and double it to get the result for one minute. Pulse is the rate at which heart beats. Normal range of pulse rate for adults is 60--100 beats per minute (bpm), for children aged 11--17 is 60--100 bpm, for babies to age 1 is 100--160 bpm, and for athletes is 40--60 bpm. Blood pressure (BP) is the measure of the force with which the blood is pushed by the heart in to the arteries and carried to the different parts of the body. The normal range of BP is 120/80 mm Hg; the upper number is systolic BP and the lower one is diastolic BP. The causes of high BP include: overweight, smoking, alcohol consumption, genetics, diet with high salt content, stress, etc. Prevention for high BP includes physical activity and low salt content in their diet, maintaining a healthy lifestyle. At the age of 50 or above, getting BP checked should be a habit.

Complete Haemogram (CBC With P/S & ESR) - 26 Tests

• Hemoglobin (Hb)

• Total WBC Count (TLC)

• R.B.C. Count




• Neutrophils

• Lymphocytes

• Monocytes

• Eosinophils

• Basophils

• Packed Cell Volume (PCV)

• Platelet count








• Absolute Neutrophils Count

• Absolute Lymphocytes Count

• Absolute Monocytes Count

• Absolute Eosinophils Count

• Absolute Basophils Count

• Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR)

Complete haemogram panel includes 26 tests, namely hemoglobin (Hb), total WBC count (TLC), RBC count, mean corpuscular volume (MCV), mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH), mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC), neutrophils, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, basophils, packed cell volume (PCV), platelet count, peripheral smear examination (P/S), RBC distribution width-standard deviation (RDW-SD), RBC distribution width-coefficient of variation (RDW-CV), platelet distribution width (PDW), mean platelet volume (MPV), platelet large cell ratio (P-LCR), platelet crit (PCT), absolute neutrophils count, absolute lymphocytes count, absolute monocytes count, absolute eosinophils count, absolute basophils count, and erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR). For this panel of tests, blood is required which is taken from a vein in the arm. This panel of tests helps in monitoring and diagnosing various diseases infecting the blood cells like inflammation, leukemia, bleeding disorder, anemia, cancer or infection. It helps in monitoring the overall health of a person.

Complete Urine Routine Analysis (CUE) - 20 Tests

• Color

• Specific Gravity

• Apparence

• Reaction (pH)

• Proteins

• Glucose

• Nitrites

• Blood

• Ketones

• Bilirubin

• Urobilinogen

• Leukocutes

• PUS (WBC) Cells


• Epithelial Cells

• Crystals

• Casts

• Bacteria

• Budding Yeast Cells

• Other Findings

Complete urine routine analysis includes 20 tests, namely color, specific gravity, appearance, reaction (pH), proteins, glucose, nitrites, blood, ketones, bilirubin, urobilinogen, leukocytes, pus (WBC) cells, RBC, epithelial cells, crystals, casts, bacteria, budding yeast cells, and other findings. For this panel of tests, urine sample is collected, preferably the first urine of the morning. Complete urinalysis includes an examination of physical characteristics, chemical characteristics and microscopic characteristics. The urinary system is composed of two kidneys, two ureters, one bladder and one urethra. Its major function is to excrete the waste products out of the body in the form of urine and help regulating the blood volume and composition. It is a general health test. Frequent urination, abdominal pain, painful urination or particles in urine could be a few of the reasons to undergo this analysis.

Blood Sugar Fasting

Diabetes includes blood sugar fasting test. Diabetes is a chronic condition or disease in which blood sugar level rises too high. It is of two types: Type I (insulin-dependent) diabetes and Type II (non-insulin dependent) diabetes. In Type I diabetes, the body is unable to make insulin. While in Type II diabetes, the body either does not make insulin or unable to use it well. Insulin is produced by the pancreas and lowers the blood glucose. It is obtained from the food we eat. Type II diabetes is more common. Symptoms of diabetes include: weight loss, fatigue, blurred vision, skin problems, increased urination (polyuria), increased thirst (polydipsia), etc. Diabetes can be treated. In Type I, insulin injections are given, and exercise is preferred. While in Type II, weight loss and strict meal plan is to be followed, as prescribed by the doctor. It can be diagnosed by undergoing four tests: 2 consecutive blood glucose fasting test (>126 mg/dL), random blood glucose test (>200 mg/dL), hemoglobin A1c (glycohemoglobin) test (≥6.5%) and oral glucose tolerance test (>200 mg/dL). For these tests, only blood sample is required.

A full body check-up done once a year can prevent you from catching any disease in hand. The Next Door Pathology Lab in Gurgaon offers a great opportunity for the localities, where their lives are as busy as Delhi traffic, to go for the test at home. It can said to be a comprehensive check-up in a way as it includes evaluation of and diagnosing accordingly the diabetes, cardiac system, liver functions, detailed urinalysis, complete lipid profile and vitals check like BP rate, pulse rate and random blood glucose. This test is recommended for those aged 40 and above. This test will give the complete status of your health and will reveal the risks if any. Diagnosing can thus be done appropriately from this detailed profile. Maintaining healthy lifestyle and following the medications according to your doctor can help you get rid of the problem. Only prerequisite required for full body check-up is to not consume any drug at least 8 hours before the examination. Also do not consume alcohol, any caffeine or smoke before the test. The details of the tests included in the full body check-up package are summarized below.

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