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Medicover Start health check-up package

Medicover Start health check-up package is created to detect lesions and clinical aspects in an early stage (eg. high blood pressure, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, obesity, mood disorders, depression, eating disorders, musculoskeletal disorders). Early detected disorders could be treated much more effectively after a detailed medical examination.

With these examinations (internal medicine examinationECG, complex diagnostic laboratory test) we can get a deep understanding of the Client’s health condition. Several lesions that have not yet caused any complaint may be revealed, which can be clarified by additional diagnostic, laboratory, and specialist examinations after the evaluation of the findings.

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Internal medicine specialist examination

The internal medicine check-up starts with the recording of the medical history. The internist asks about:

  • previous and current diseases
  • sensitivity to medications
  • allergies
  • cardiovascular
  • respiratory
  • or oncologic diseases in the family

This is followed by a physical examination, which includes

  • blood pressure, heart rate,
  • body weight, height measurement and
  • determination of body mass index (BMI).

The doctor checks the color of the skin and visible mucous membranes, then listens to the heart and lungs with a stethoscope, and finally manually palpates the thyroid and lymph nodes and checks the condition of the abdominal organs (liver, spleen).

ECG (Electrocardiography)

The ECG examination displays the electrical activity of the heart function (heartbeat) and its changes. The ECG curve is immediately displayed on a monitor. Based on the shape, protrusions, or flattening of the ECG curve (electrocardiogram), the cardiologist could conclude the presence of certain diseases, e.g. arrhythmias, coronary heart disease, etc.

Complex diagnostic laboratory test

A complex diagnostic laboratory test gives a general view of the body’s functions: the carbohydrate and lipid metabolism, the function of the liver, the activity of the kidneys, the condition of the hematopoietic system, the function of the thyroid gland and the inflammations in the body.

  • Blood count: informs of anemia, blood loss, inflammatory processes, haematopoietic disorders and coagulation disorders.
  • Bilirubin: it’s level may be increased in patients with increased red blood cell breakdown, liver disease and biliary obstruction.
  • AST: normally presented in small amounts in the blood, but increases in the case of organ damage.
  • ALT: an enzyme produced in liver cells that shows their damage.
  • GGT: its value is considered in the examination of the liver and bile ducts, the most reliable indicator parameter.
  • Alkaline phosphatase (ALP): usually provides information for liver and bone disease testing.
  • Glucose: Used to determine the level of glucose in the blood to help identify diabetes.
  • Cholesterol: Cholesterol produced by the liver is essential for the production of bile.
  • HDL cholesterol: the “protective” cholesterol.
  • LDL cholesterol: it could subside in the vessel walls, increasing the risk of atherosclerosis and myocardial infarction.
  • CRP: it shows inflammation in the body, but it does not determine its exact location.
  • Urine and urine sediment analysis: This test is used to detect infection, metabolic abnormalities, and kidney disease.
  • Urea: a degradation product of amino acids, also an indicator of kidney function.
  • Creatinine (with eGFR): a degradation product from muscles.
  • Triglyceride: components of ingested fats that supply energy to the body.
  • TSH: shows the level of the thyroid stimulating hormone, TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone)
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