General Health Checkup Details

Blood Pressure

Blood pressure monitoring is important because it checks for prehypertension, high blood pressure (hypertension), low blood pressure (hypotension), heart disease. It provides information about your general health.

CBC, ESR (Hemogram)

CBC is a broad screening test to check for disorders such as anemia, infection, and many other diseases. ESR indicates possible inflammation or infection in the body.


FBS helps to diagnose diabetes. It requires 8-10 hours of fasting (other than water). Upon test, diabetic people will have blood sugar levels significantly higher than people who do not have diabetes.


This test measures your average blood sugar levels over the past 3 months. Higher the HbA1c, greater the risk of developing diabetes-related complications.

Urine Examination (Routine)

Diagnoses urinary tract infections, kidney diseases, and progression of diabetes.

Chest X-Ray

Helps in diagnosing heart and lung disease.

ECG (Electro cardiogram)

ECG studies the electrical activity of the heart. It focuses on causes of chest pain and the overall health of the heart. Changes in an ECG can be an indication of heart-related conditions.

Serum Creatinine

The creatinine blood test is used to assess kidney function. Healthy kidneys filter creatinine (a waste product) from the blood. An increased level of creatinine accumulates in the blood if kidneys don’t function properly.

Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)

It is done to diagnose kidney disease. Increased BUN levels suggest impaired kidney function.

Lipid Profile

This extensive test measures:

  • LDL (Low-density lipoprotein) Cholesterol, which is the main source of cholesterol buildup and blockage in your arteries.
  • HDL (High-density lipoprotein) Cholesterol, which helps remove the bad cholesterol from your arteries.
  • Triglycerides, another type of unhealthy fat, leading to blockage in the arteries and heart attacks.
  • Total Cholesterol, which measures of the total amount of cholesterol in your blood, including LDL and HDL.


These are liver enzymes and sensitive to liver abnormalities. Raised blood levels of SGOT and SGPT signifies liver disease or injury.

Urine Examination (Microscopic)

Urine sample is seen through a microscope to see cells from the urinary tract, blood cells, crystals, bacteria, parasites, and cells from tumors etc. This test is done to know diseases such as kidney and urinary tract infection, cancer, prostate infection, liver disease, and infection.