Total Body Profile
Includes 18 Components
Home Visit (2)
Lab Visit
Rs. 2,350
Sample: Blood, Urine
Turnaround Time: Same Day
About Test:

The total body profile is an annual health checkup that is recommended to assess one’s own general health. This panel of tests helps clinicians to evaluate a person’s general well-being, and detect any abnormalities that may have occurred, or those in their beginning stages.

Medical condition:

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Test preparation:

For this panel, 10-12 hours of fasting prior to the test is needed. A urine sample is needed, for this test. It is preferred if this test is performed in the morning.

Components Included:

CBC:

The Complete Blood Count is a test that provides information about the composition of our blood. It measures the partial and differential white blood cells, red blood cells, as well as platelets

Urine routine:

This test of the urine is a cost-effective screening to evaluate color, appearance, volume, density, pH, glucose, proteins, blood cells, glucose, bile salts, pigments and infective elements in the urine. Presence of red blood cells, pus cells, and crystals may give an idea about urinary infections.

Blood group:

This test of the blood helps to determine what kind of blood runs through a person’s body. The ABO system indicates what blood group a person belongs to (A, B, AB or O). The Rh D positive or negative status indicates whether this antigen is present in the blood or not.

ESR:

The Erythrocyte sedimentation rate helps to see how fast Red Blood Cells in unclotted blood settle down in a tall tube. During inflammation, red blood cells clump close together and settle faster, resulting in high ESR. This test is useful to detect inflammatory issues such as polymyalgia and arthritis

Estimation of blood sugar (Fasting & Post prandial) :

These blood tests measure glucose in the blood, which comes from carbohydrates. Glucose gives us energy and is regulated by insulin in the blood. Low levels indicate hypoglycemia, and very high glucose levels may indicate diabetes.

Lipid profile:

This group of blood tests measures the levels different kinds of lipids in the blood, such as Low density lipoprotein, high density lipoprotein, very low density lipoprotein, triglycerides. It is useful to indicate risk for heart problems, and can identify certain genetic issues as well.

LDH:

This blood test measures levels of LDH, which speeds up the usage of lactate and pyruvate in the body. It is present in the red blood cells, and may be present in large amounts if there a heart attack has occurred, if there is liver congestion, or P carinii pneumonia.

SGPT:

This blood test measures the levels of SGPT, which is an enzyme present in liver, heart, kidneys and skeletal muscles. High concentrations of SGPT may indicate damaged tissues, especially an injury of the liver.

Total bilirubin:

This blood test measures levels of bilirubin which is produced during breaking down of hemoglobin. Both conjugated and unconjugated bilirubin make up the total concentration in blood. Elevated bilirubin occurs in diseases of the liver, and in hemolysis.

Total Proteins:

This test helps to measure levels of specific proteins (albumin, globulin) in the blood. Globulin levels can be calculated by subtracting albumin levels from total protein. Hypoproteinemia is usually indicative of hypoalbumenia.

Alk Po4:

This test measures levels of alkaline phosphatase (important enzyme that helps break proteins) in blood. Levels of this enzyme are highest in the bone marrow and liver. Measuring Alk Po4 levels helps to warn against and monitor treatment for diseases of the bone, parathyroid and liver

Bun:

This blood test measures Blood urea Nitrogen (BUN), which is a waste product formed in the liver from proteins and amino acids, expelled and filtered by the kidneys into the urine. When measured with creatinine, it can be used to detect kidney issues quite accurately.

Creatinine:

This blood test measures levels of Creatinine, which is a waste product from the muscles, filtered out by kidneys. High creatinine levels may indicate high risk for stones, and also chance of kidney failure and other renal issues.

Uric acid:

This test measures levels of blood uric acid, which is a waste product often produced from foods like red meat, and released in urine. Uric acid levels in case of gout may be quite high. High levels may also indicate a risk for impairment of kidney functioning (kidney failure).

Calcium:

This test helps to measure blood calcium levels. Calcium, obtained especially from dairy products, helps in bone formation and maintaining bone health. This test is useful to detect issues with the kidney, in case of calcium deposits in stones. It also helps to detect bone issues, which are seen in case of low calcium.

Phosphorous:

This test helps measure blood phosphorous levels. Phosphorous aids in formation of new bones, muscle and nerve function, and helps maintain acid-base balance. Levels are seen to be higher in chronic kidney disease, and in hormonal and gastrointestinal issues

Estimation of serum electrolytes:

This blood test measures sodium, potassium and chloride levels. Electrolytes have electric charge and help in maintaining balance within the body, in muscle function, and in acid-base balance. Abnormal kidney functioning may cause electrolyte imbalances.

Total Body Profile
Includes 18 Components
Test Code : BODY
Rs. 2,350
Sample: WB EDTA, Serum, Plasma Flouride (F&PP) Spot Urine
Turnaround Time: Same Day

Free Home Visit from Monday to Saturday

  • Per visit charge on Sundays will be Rs. 100 (in-case of a test that requires 2 visits, each visit will be charged Rs. 100).
  • Sunday visits will be taken subject to availability of time slots.
  • Free Home visits and Sunday rates are applicable for Mumbai, Navi Mumbai & Thane district.
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