How should I prepare myself for a blood test?

Before Your Blood Test
  • Fast Smartly and take good rest .
  •  Dont skip snacks. Are you fasting ? Visit pathology lab to  early in the morning and bring a healthy snack to eat following the test.
  • Drink plenty of water .
  • Bring insurance card or employee card if the lab you are visiting is on the panel.
  • Make Sure You Have Doctors Prescription

What is Complete blood count (CBC)

This common blood test measures the amount of various types of blood cells in a sample of your blood.
From CBC count, doctor can evaluate your overall health and detect a wide range of disorders, including anemia, infection.

Why regular health check up is important ?

  • Prevention is always better than cure !
  • Regular health checkup helps to find detect problems before they start.
  • Your doctor may include a general health check when you visit for another reason, such as a cold.

What kind of health checkups ?

You can do a basic health check at home to review your health in relation to:

  • Alcohol – people who have at least two alcohol-free days per week and stick to no more than two standard drinks per drinking day have better long-term health.
  • Dental care – cleaning your teeth regularly and eating a low-sugar diet can reduce your risk of tooth decay, gum disease and tooth loss. Visit a dentist or other oral health professional at least once a year for a dental examination and professional cleaning, or more frequently as advised by your dentist.
  • Diet – a healthy diet improves your general health and wellbeing. Have at least two serves of fruit and five serves of vegetables each day.
  • Physical activity – regular physical activity is good for your mental health, heart and bones, and can prevent many diseases. Aim for 30 minutes to an hour of moderate physical activity a day. Moderate physical activity takes some effort, but still allows a conversation to be held (for example, brisk walking, gentle swimming, social tennis).
  • Skin checks – check your skin regularly for unusual moles or freckles, and see your doctor if you notice anything unusual. People who work outdoors need a yearly examination by their doctor or a dermatologist.
  • Smoking – smoking increases your risk of many diseases, including heart disease, stroke, lung disease and thin bones. If you smoke, quitting as soon as possible helps reduce the harm.
  • Weight – maintaining a healthy weight range helps prevent longer-term diseases, such as diabetes and arthritis.

What health packages do you offer ?

Basic Health Screeing (Rs. 999)
Comprehensive Diabetic Health Check (Rs. 2199)
Executive Health Check (Rs. 3199)
Comprehensive Heart Check (Rs. 6999)
Clinico Health Management Programme (Rs. 8999)
Clinico Well Women Profile (Rs. 3599)