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Comprehensive Full Body Checkup + Covid Antibody IgG Quantitative

Comprehensive Full Body Checkup + Covid Antibody IgG Quantitative Test Includes 98 testsView All
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Overview


What is Comprehensive Full Body Checkup + Covid Antibody IgG Quantitative?

Comprehensive Full Body Checkup + Covid Antibody IgG Quantitative is a group of tests that evaluates your overall health including blood tests, your kidney & liver health, and detects antibodies that are developed after a COVID infection or after you are vaccinated against COVID-19. This package helps you make informed decisions about your health.

What does Comprehensive Full Body Checkup + Covid Antibody IgG Quantitative Measure?

Nitrites: If the product of white blood cells, such as nitrites is detected in your urine, it may be a sign of a urinary tract infection.

Vitamin B12 test is also done if you have symptoms of anemia like weakness, tiredness, pale skin (deficiency of B12), or folic acid deficiency. This is also a preferred test if you have symptoms or signs of nerve problems like numbness, burning in hands, feet, arms, tingling sensation which may be due to vitamin B12 deficiency.

HbA1c or glycosylated hemoglobin test is an important tool in diagnosing and monitoring your diabetes. Hemoglobin, a protein found in your red blood cells, carries oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body and glucose tends to attach to this protein. It is a reliable technique of finding your blood sugar levels as it measures the average blood glucose of the past two to three months( the average lifespan of a red blood cell is 120 days). The higher the A1c results, the higher is the glucose attached to your red blood cells. This test reveals your blood glucose level and also whether or not you are at risk of diabetes

A microalbumin creatinine ratio is most often used to screen people who are at higher risk for kidney disease. These include people with diabetes or high blood pressure. A microalbumin creatinine ratio is tested to compare the amount of albumin to the amount of creatinine present in your urine. This test is used in people who are at higher risk for kidney disease. These include people suffering from diabetes or high blood pressure.

Rheumatoid factor is an autoantibody that is produced by the body’s immune system. Rheumatoid factor test measures the presence or absence of Rheumatoid Factor (RF) which helps in diagnosing autoimmune disorders like rheumatoid arthritis. This test is done to:
-To diagnose rheumatic diseases such as Rheumatoid arthritis
-To diagnose autoimmune diseases such as Sjogren’s syndrome or Lupus Erythematosus
-To diagnose chronic infections

Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) is a blood test ordered to determine if someone is infected with the hepatitis B virus. If specific antibodies are also found, it means the person has a hepatitis B infection. The symptoms of which may include:
-Stomach pain
-Loss of appetite
-Nausea and vomiting
-Dark urine
-Fever
-Joint pain
-Weakness and fatigue
-Yellowing of your skin and the whites of your eyes

 Total cholesterol/HDL cholesterol ratio test is done to determine the potential risk of developing heart diseases in the future. A higher level of blood HDL (good cholesterol) is normally associated with a lower risk of developing plaques that further lowers the risk of stroke or heart attacks.

Urea creatinine ratio: The ratio of urea to creatinine is usually between 10:1 and 20:1. An increased ratio can be a result of a condition that causes a decrease in the flow of blood to the kidneys, such as congestive heart failure or dehydration.

Transferrin test measures the amount of protein transferrin in your blood. Your liver makes transferrin. When your body's iron concentration is low, your liver produces more transferrin to draw more iron into your blood. This test can give your healthcare provider more information about health issues like anemia that are affecting your body's iron supply.

Kidney function test is a group of blood tests, which is used to determine how well the kidneys are working. KFT is performed either as a part of routine health checkups or to help diagnose any disease affecting the kidneys. It can also screen people at risk for the development of any kidney disease and even monitor the treatment efficacy of kidney diseases. 

LDL/HDL ratio test is a part of the lipid profile that measures the ratio of various lipids present in the body that are responsible for various diseases. A high LDL/HDL ratio indicates an increased risk of heart diseases and stroke.

Liver function test is used to assess the function of the liver and is done when any liver disease like viral hepatitis, alcoholic hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis, and cirrhosis (scarring of the liver) is suspected. This test is also done for monitoring of any ongoing treatment or simply as a part of a routine checkup.

Thyroid profile total is a group of tests that are performed to detect or diagnose any fluctuation of thyroid levels in the body. It basically provides information about three hormones present in the blood: Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH), Thyroxine (T4) - Total, and TriIodothyronine (T3) - Total. This test helps to diagnose any suspected thyroid disease (Hypothyroidism or Hyperthyroidism). It also helps to monitor the progress of treatment in patients with thyroid diseases.

A microalbumin urine test checks for small amounts of albumin in your urine and indicates underlying kidney disease.

Vitamin D (25-OH) test is done if you face symptoms of vitamin D deficiency like bone malformation in children (rickets), bone weakness, or fractures in adults (osteomalacia) or any risk factors for vitamin D deficiency like old age, limited sun exposure, obesity, or recent gastric bypass surgery.

Calcium test is ordered for the general medical examination. It is used as a part of routine health screening. This test may be ordered for someone who has:
Kidney disease, or those with kidney failure
Symptoms of high calcium such as loss of appetite, vomiting, fatigue, weakness, constipation, abdominal pain, urinary frequency, and increased thirst
Symptoms of very low calcium such as stomach cramps, muscle cramps
Other diseases that may lead to abnormal blood calcium such as thyroid disease, parathyroid disorder, malabsorption, malnutrition, or even cancer

Serum Transferrin is a test used to detect iron deficiency in the body and is ordered in cases of anemia or any other blood disorder. 

Total iron-binding capacity (TIBC) is a blood test to determine the amount of iron in your blood. Iron moves through the blood while it is attached to a protein called transferrin. This test helps in determining how well that protein can carry iron in your blood. This test is ordered in case you have anemia or other blood-related disorders.

Sodium is an electrolyte present in your body and is important to normal body function, which includes nerve and muscle function. This test measures the level of sodium in the blood and/or urine. This test may be ordered when you face signs of low sodium, such as:
-Weakness
-Confusion
-Lethargy

Urine routine and microscopy test is done to detect problems that show up in your urine. Various diseases and disorders of the body affect the way toxins and wastes are removed from your body. Your kidneys, bladder, and urinary tract are amongst the major organs involved in removing toxins from your body.

Glucose fasting blood test determines the normal fasting blood glucose levels in your blood.This test evaluates whether your blood glucose is in a healthy range or not. A value more or less than the reference range indicates high and low blood sugar levels.

Amylase helps your body break down starches and Lipase helps your body digest fats. These tests are used to detect pancreatitis. The tests measure the amount of these enzymes circulating in your bloodstream. These enzymes are typically checked when you have symptoms of acute pancreatitis or another pancreatic disorder.

The blood peripheral smear test is primarily ordered as a follow-up test for CBC (complete blood test) with a differential where atypical, abnormal, or immature cells are found. This test may also be ordered when a person has signs and symptoms of a condition affecting blood cell production or lifespan.
Signs and symptoms indicating one of these blood disorders include:
-Weakness
-Pale complexion
-Unexplained jaundice
-Fever
-Excessive bleeding episodes,
-Easy bruising

Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) measures the rate of sedimentation of erythrocytes (red blood cells) or how quickly they settle at the bottom of a test tube containing a blood sample. Usually, red blood cells settle relatively slowly. A faster-than-normal rate shows inflammation in the body, which could be a result of an infection or injury. Inflammation may also be a sign of an immune disorder, chronic disease, or any other medical condition like arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease, or vasculitis.

C-reactive protein test detects C-Reactive Protein (CRP) in the blood. This protein is made in your liver in response to inflammation. Normally, you have low levels of CRP present in your blood. High levels can be indicative of serious infection or other disorders that include:
-Bacterial infections, like sepsis(sometimes a life-threatening condition)
-Fungal infection
-Inflammatory bowel disease
-An autoimmune disorder like rheumatoid arthritis or lupus
-A bone infection called osteomyelitis

Liver function test is used to assess the function of the liver and is done when any liver disease like viral hepatitis, alcoholic hepatitis, autoimmune hepatitis, and cirrhosis (scarring of the liver) is suspected. This test is also done for monitoring of any ongoing treatment or simply as a part of a routine checkup.

Chloride test is ordered when acidosis or alkalosis is suspected or when you suffer from an acute condition with symptoms that may include the following:
-vomiting/ diarrhea
-Fatigue
-Weakness
-Difficulty breathing

The urine electrolytes test measures specific chemicals in the urine called electrolytes. It most often measures the levels of calcium, chloride, potassium, or sodium

Complete blood count (CBC) is a group of tests that provides information about your blood group and blood cells like Red Blood Cells (RBC), White Blood Cells (WBC), and platelets. It is routinely performed to provide an overview of a patient's general health status. it is also helpful in detecting a variety of disorders including infections, anemia, diseases of the immune system, and blood cancers and is done to monitor an existing blood disorder and its treatment such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy.

LDL/HDL ratio test is a part of the lipid profile that measures the quantity as well as the ratio of various lipids present in the body that are responsible for various diseases. A high LDL/HDL ratio indicates an increased risk of heart diseases and stroke.

IgG antibody test is a quantitative test for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) IgG antibodies after a person has been infected with COVID-19. A Positive test indicates past exposure to SARS-CoV-2. A negative test implies the absence of SARS-CoV-2 IgG antibodies hence immunity status cannot be established. IgG antibody usually becomes positive after 8 - 13 days of getting infected & is at the peak around 21 days after the infection.

-Positive Antibody Testing: It shows exposure to SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) infection. This has importance in sero-surveillance/ epidemiology.

-Negative Antibody test: It means that exposure to SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) infection is not established.

A urine microalbumin test detects minute levels of a blood protein (albumin) in your urine. A microalbumin test is used to detect early signs of kidney damage in people who are at high risk of developing kidney disease. This test is ordered by people with an increased risk of kidney diseases, such as those with high blood pressure or diabetes.

Glucose random urine test checks for the presence of glucose or sugar in the urine. It is a qualitative test. Normally glucose is not present in the urine, but when the blood level crosses 180 mg/dl, it starts to leak in the urine. Detection of sugar in urine indicates uncontrolled diabetes

Non-HDL Cholesterol is a test that measures the total cholesterol in the body except for the high-density lipoprotein (HDL). This test is ordered for people who are at a higher risk of developing heart diseases.

Appearance & color of your urine sample will be checked for appearance. Urine is usually clear. Cloudiness or an unusual odor may indicate an infection. If your urine contains blood it may make it look red or brown.

Acidity (pH): The pH level indicates the acid levels of urine. Abnormal pH levels may indicate a kidney disorder or urinary tract disorder.

Iron, serum checks the levels of Iron in the blood, which determines the levels of iron in the body and evaluates the body’s capacity to store iron. This Test is widely performed to confirm iron deficiency anemia detected in routine check-ups. This test also determines iron overload in the body and the body’s capacity to store iron.

A lipid profile is a group of blood tests that detects the levels of different types of lipids present in the blood. A lipid profile measures cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, and triglycerides. It is done to screen for the risk of cardiovascular disease and to monitor patients who have risk factors for cardiovascular diseases.























Tests Included (98 tests)


  • Glucose - Fasting
  • Transferrin Saturation
  • Iron Serum
  • Microalbumin Random
  • Glycosylated Hemoglobin
  • Liver Function Test(includes 11 tests)

    SGOT/SGPT

    Aspartate Aminotransferase

    Protein Total, Serum (includes 3 tests)

    Bilirubin (Total, Direct and Indirect) (includes 3 tests)

    Gamma Glutamyl Transferase

    Alanine Transaminase

    Alkaline Phosphatase

  • Vitamin B12
  • Peripheral Smear Examination
  • Average Glucose (For last 60 - 90 days)
  • Urinary Creatinine Screen
  • Microalbumin/Creatinine Ratio
  • Calcium
  • Serum Transferrin
  • Amylase
  • Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate
  • Rheumatoid Factor - Qualitative
  • Urinary Electrolytes(includes 3 tests)

    Urine Sodium

    Urine Potassium

    Urine Chloride

  • Hepatitis Bs (Surface) Antigen
  • Total Iron Binding Capacity
  • Vitamin D (25-OH)
  • Urine Routine & Microscopy(includes 19 tests)

    Specific Gravity

    Nitrite

    Colour

    Casts

    Budding Yeast Cells

    Epithelial Cell

    Glucose - Fasting Urine

    Leucocytes

    Protein Urine

    Blood in Urine

    Ph for Urine

    Ketone

    Appearance

    Pus Cell

    Crystals

    Bilirubin

    Urobilinogen

    Bacteria

    RBCs Urine

  • Lipid Profile(includes 9 tests)

    Cholesterol - LDL

    Total Cholesterol/HDL Cholesterol Ratio

    Cholesterol - HDL

    HDL / LDL Cholesterol Ratio

    LDL/HDL Ratio

    Triglycerides

    Cholesterol - Total

    Non HDL Cholesterol

    Very Low Density Lipoprotein

  • Urine Albumin
  • Glucose - Random Urine
  • C-Reactive Protein Qualitative
  • Kidney Function Test(includes 9 tests)

    Creatinine

    Chloride

    Uric Acid

    BUN/Creatinine Ratio

    Potassium

    Blood Urea

    Urea / Creatinine Ratio

    Sodium

    Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)

  • Thyroid Profile Total(includes 3 tests)

    Thyroxine

    Thyroid - Thyroid Stimulating Hormone

    TriIodothyronine

  • Complete Blood Count(includes 22 tests)

    Total Leucocyte Count

    Hemoglobin

    RDW CV

    RDW SD

    Red Blood Cell Count

    Mean Corpuscular Volume

    Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin

    Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration

    Mean Platelet Volume

    PDW

    Absolute Leucocyte Count (includes 5 tests)

    Platelet Count

    Differential leucocyte Count (includes 5 tests)

    Packed Cell Volume

  • Covid Antibody IgG (Quantitative)

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