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Stay Healthy Package is our most comprehensive package. It tests for the following factors: overall health, cardiovascular health, and metabolic health. These three programs are crucial to maintaining a healthy lifestyle and lead to better overall health outcomes.

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Urea and Creatinine Urea and creatinine are two types of biochemical waste products excreted by the kidney cells to maintain homeostasis in the body. Urinary creatinine is measured for its quantitative measurement of chemically filtered proteins, and for its mere presence in urine. Urine is a combination of water, salt, glucose, protein, hormones and other substances dissolved from your bloodstream.
Liver Function Test (AST/ALT) The liver function test (AST/ALT) is a blood chemistry test that measures the level of ALT and AST. Levels of these enzymes are compared to normal values. Like other liver tests, these enzymes play an important role in the body’s metabolism.
Total Cholesterol Total cholesterol is a measurement of the cholesterol level in your blood. Your total cholesterol is measured using a medical test called a lipid panel, which includes two measurements of your HDL cholesterol and triglycerides and one measurement of LDL cholesterols.
Fasting Blood Sugar Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS) is a number measured in milligrams of glucose per deciliter of blood. It is usually measured after 12 hours of fasting. A high level of FBS indicates hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) or hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), with both conditions being potentially life-threatening.
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) is a hormone that is stimulated by the pituitary gland. TSH controls your thyroid gland by regulating the amount of thyroid hormones it produces. TSH is measured in a blood test to determine whether or not there are problems with the thyroid gland, or whether therapy is needed to control thyroid disease.
Full Blood Count (FBC) Full Blood Count Test is a simple blood test that provides information on the number and types of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets in your blood. It is normally done on a full peripheral blood draw. Blood will be drawn from your arm into an anticoagulant tube (heparinized syringe). Blood sample then passes through a fine wire mesh to prevent clotting
Urinalysis – dipstick Urinalysis is a test that uses a special dipstick, or anal stick, to test for the presence of certain chemicals in urine. Urinalysis tests often measure amounts of electrolytes and glucose, but may also include other substances depending on the specific test. The measurement that urinalysis makes is called a specific gravity. This indicates how much solids (or solid particles) are present in the sample compared to how much liquid water is contained within it.
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