VPS Lakeshore (Diagnostic Lab)
Women's health checkup package
This is the most affordable and the most basic health checkup package customised for women. The package includes the following: FBS, Lipid panel, S. Creatinine, TSH, CDC, Urinalysis, USG Abdomen, Pap Smear, Mammography (for women above 40) or Sono Mammography (for women below 40), Vitamin D3, Gynec consultation, Dermatology consultation, Dietician consultation.
Most often this test is done to measure the strength of your immune system if you have been diagnosed with human immunodeficiency virus HIV infection and to monitor treatment occasionally it may be used with other conditions see Common Questions below Specimen:A blood sample drawn from a vein in your arm When To Get Tested: When you are first diagnosed with HIV infection to get a baseline assessment of your immune system about every 3 to 6 months after starting antiretroviral therapy ART to check whether you are responding to treatment if you have responded well to treatment you may then be tested every 6 to 12 months Test Preparation:None Normal Test Result: 500 cells/mm3 –1,200 cells/mm3 in adults and teens
To evaluate the health of your kidneys to help diagnose kidney disease to monitor treatment for kidney disease Specimen:A blood sample drawn from a vein in your arm and or a 24-hour urine sample When To Get Tested: Routinely as part of a comprehensive or basic metabolic panel when your have signs and symptoms that may be due to kidney disease or damage or when you have a condition that may affect your kidneys and or be worsened by kidney dysfunction at intervals to monitor treatment for kidney disease or kidney function while on certain medications Test Preparation:You may be instructed to fast overnight or refrain from eating cooked meat some studies have shown that eating cooked meat prior to testing can temporarily increase the level of creatinine Normal Test Result: 0.84 milligrams per deciliter to 1.21 milligrams per deciliter (74.3 to 107 micromoles per liter), although this can vary from lab to lab, between men and women, and by age
To assess your risk of developing cardiovascular disease CVD to monitor treatment Specimen:A blood sample obtained by inserting a needle into a vein in your arm or from a fingerstick When To Get Tested: Screening when no risk factors present for adults every four to six years for youths once between the ages of 9 and 11 and again between ages 17 and 21 Monitoring at regular intervals when risk factors are present when prior results showed high risk levels and or to monitor effectiveness of treatment Test Preparation:Typically fasting for 9-12 hours water only before having your blood drawn is required but some labs offer non-fasting lipid testing Follow any instructions you are given and tell the person drawing your blood whether or not you have fasted For youths without risk factors testing may be done without fasting Normal Test Result: the ratio should be below 4
To screen for cervical cancer and certain vaginal or uterine infections Specimen:Cells from the cervical area When To Get Tested: For women age 21 or older once every 3 to 5 years depending on your age risk factors use of other screening tests and your healthcare provider s advice Test Preparation:You may be instructed not to douche or tub bathe for 24 hours before the Pap test is to be performed You may also be asked to refrain from sexual intercourse for 24 to 48 hours before the test Do not use any vaginal creams or foams for 48 hours prior to the exam and do not schedule the test during your menstrual period Normal Test Result: A normal (or “negative”) result means that no cell changes were found on your cervix. This is good news. But you still need to get Pap tests in the future
To screen for and help diagnose thyroid disorders to monitor treatment of hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism Specimen:A blood sample drawn from a vein in your arm or from pricking the heel of an infant When To Get Tested: For screening Newborn screening is widely recommended however there is no consensus within the medical community as to the age adult screening should begin or whether screening should be done For monitoring treatment as directed by your healthcare provider Otherwise when a person has symptoms of hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism and or an enlarged thyroid Test Preparation:None needed however certain medications can interfere with the TSH test so tell your health practitioner about any drugs that you are taking If you take thyroid hormone as treatment for thyroid disease it is recommended that your blood sample be drawn before you take your dose for that day Normal Test Result: from 0.4 mIU/L to 4.0 mIU/L for those with no symptoms of an under- or over-active thyroid
To screen for help diagnose and or monitor several diseases and conditions such as kidney disorders or urinary tract infections UTIs Specimen:One to two ounces of urine a sufficient sample is required for accurate results sometimes you may be directed to collect a sample using a clean-catch technique women should spread the labia of the vagina and clean from front to back men should wipe the tip of the penis Start to urinate let some urine fall into the toilet then collect one to two ounces of urine in the container provided then void the rest into the toilet When To Get Tested: When you have symptoms such as abdominal pain back pain frequent or painful urination sometimes as part of a health examination pregnancy check-up hospital admission or pre-surgical work-up Test Preparation:None Normal Test Result: normally slightly acid (4.5 - 7.2 normal range)
To determine if you have a vitamin D deficiency if you are receiving vitamin D supplementation to determine if it is adequate Specimen:A blood sample drawn from a vein in your arm When To Get Tested: When you have an abnormal calcium phosphorus and or parathyroid hormone level when you have evidence of bone disease or bone weakness when you are at high risk of deficiency or a healthcare practitioner suspects that you might have a vitamin D deficiency prior to starting drug treatment for osteoporosis periodically to monitor treatment of vitamin D deficiency Test Preparation:None Normal Test Result: between 20 ng/mL and 40 ng/mL
Abdominal ultrasound is a type of imaging test. It is used to look at organs in the abdomen, including the liver, gallbladder, spleen, pancreas, and kidneys.
9 Tests Included
- USG Abdomen
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