It is said that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” A regular health checkup plays a crucial role in addressing health issues and timely treatment of diseases. A health checkup comprises specific tests that evaluate how your heart, lung, kidneys, liver, immune system, and other important organs are functioning.
It is important to undergo a health checkup to evaluate the status of your health over time. Timely diagnosis helps to reduce complications later on. These checkups establish a patient’s medical history, giving insight into current health and compare test results after a period of time. Getting diagnosed early will help to cut down expenditure on medicines, consultations and other tests. These checkups also reduce the risk of complications as health checks closely monitor your pre-existing conditions.
Regardless of your age and health conditions, a health checkup goes a long way in maintaining overall wellness and peace of mind.
Total Care Checkup is one of the most popular health checkup packages at HOD. It consists of a range of tests to provide insight about the vital parameters of your health. The checkup includes tests such as Kidney Function Test, Liver Function Test, HbA1C, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, Thyroid Function Tests, and several more tests.
It is an advanced test that is designed to assess a comprehensive range of common allergens and sensitivities. The test helps in identifying potential triggers that may be causing allergic reactions or sensitivities in an individual. It covers all eight major food allergens namely milk, eggs, fish, Crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soybeans, along with environmental allergens like pollen, mold, dust mites, and pet dander. The test is done using Immunoblot (Line immunoblot assay - LIA) from Germany’s Euroimmun.
It is a comprehensive test designed to identify potential food allergies and sensitivities. This test looks into a wide range of common food allergens to help pinpoint specific triggers that may be causing adverse reactions. The test is done using Immunoblot (Line immunoblot assay - LIA) from Germany’s Euroimmun.