When you want to make sure you spend decades in good health, there is a solution. Give your body maximum security!
With the highest level screening package available, we’ll not only check your organ health and general condition, but also give you an idea of the impact of your lifestyle and how to address it. We’ll explore in detail the condition of your heart, digestive organs, hormone balance, musculoskeletal system, skin and vision. During the tests, our specialist internist will help you review the results, compare them with your personal and family medical history, and then make effective recommendations for any further tests and treatments you may need. It’s worth taking a day for this screening package, as you will receive a full, detailed and personalised health report at the end.
Review the tests included in the Extra Safety package and add any tests you want, the results of which are important to you. If you request any additional tests recommended by your doctor or chosen individually by you within 5 working days of receiving your Extra Safety package, you will receive a 10% discount on the list price of these tests per item.
If you need other health assessments, check out the types of tests available at Doktor24’s specialist clinics, or ask about the optional additional tests available at our centres on favourable terms!
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Resting ECG: This routine test checks the health of the heart by converting its electrical signals into signals that can be interpreted by a specialist. This can determine the number of beats per minute, the regularity of the heartbeats and the heart’s electrical conduction. It detects arrhythmias, conduction abnormalities, possible damage to the heart and problems with oxygenation of the heart muscle. It can even give an idea of the thickness of the walls of the chambers that make up the heart and the problems they have. No preparation is needed, but it is worth taking a few minutes’ rest before the test to allow the elevated heart rate caused by walking or climbing stairs to settle down.
Exercise ECG: the aim of the test is to measure the effects of physical exercise on the heart and the increasing oxygen demand. It not only determines the workload on the heart, but can also be used to identify the cause of chest pain, detect arrhythmias and even indicate the physical exertion we can undertake in our lives at a given state of health. The test involves pedalling an indoor bicycle while electrodes attached to your chest monitor your vital signs. After completing the measurements, a further ten minutes of medical observation is recommended until your heart rate normalises.
A complete blood count will be done, which will reveal blood glucose levels, sedimentation, LDL and HDL cholesterol levels, thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) levels, triglyceride, urea, creatinine, and liver enzymes (GOT, GPT and Gamma GT). It also detects important physiological parameters such as blood levels of alkaline phosphatase, bilirubin, sodium, potassium and magnesium, proteins, albumin, iron, ferritin, transferrin and blood clotting components (D-dimer). It also includes tests for myocardial damage (TnT), C-reactive protein (CRP), erythrocyte sedimentation rate (We), creatine kinase (CK) and creatine kinase-MB (CK-MB). A full urinalysis will complement the blood test.
This quick scan is used to look for shadows and abnormalities in the chest organs, especially the lungs, heart, large vessels, ribs and diaphragm. This is an effective way of detecting warning signs such as pneumonia, lung tumours, TB, emphysema, pleural effusion, pulmonary congestion due to heart disease, pneumothorax. The assistant performing the scan will ask you to stand shirtless in the X-ray machine and take a deep breath and then hold your breath. The X-ray image will be ready shortly.
This routine examination is used to detect inflammation, stones and possible malignancies in the liver, bile ducts, gallbladder, pancreas, stomach and intestinal tract, and to examine the structure of the spleen, kidneys, adrenal glands, bladder, uterus, ovaries and prostate. This examination is particularly useful for detecting the causes of stomach and digestive complaints and for early screening for cancer. It is particularly important that the ultrasound scan is performed on an empty stomach.
After taking a personal medical history, our gynaecologist will perform a thorough examination, including a manual and ultrasound examination of the genitals and a breast examination.
After taking a past medical history, the specialist performs physical examinations of the genitals and prostate health. This is followed by a prostate specific antigen (PSA) sample, which is extremely important in detecting inflammation and in the prevention of prostate cancer in men over 45 years of age, and in the early detection of tumours.
Vision health is not just about sharp vision, it also affects our daily activities, posture and even our sleeping habits. Vision screening not only detects common vision problems that need correcting, such as near and farsightedness, astigmatism or age-related presbyopia, but our expert eye doctors can also read early signs of diseases such as high blood pressure or diabetes.
During a thorough cardiological examination, our trained specialists will detect signs and symptoms of not only heart but also vascular disease. In this way, cardiovascular diseases such as coronary artery disease, hypertension, valvular heart disease, arrhythmias, cerebral vascular catastrophe and peripheral artery occlusion can be treated or prevented in time.
The scan does not involve any radiation exposure, but it can show the specialist the structure of the heart, the size of its cavities, the movement of its walls and the valves that control the blood. It can not only detect abnormalities in the structure of the heart, but also the pumping force of the heart and the elasticity of the heart that affects blood pressure.
This imaging scan can determine the size of the lobes of the thyroid gland, any abnormalities suggestive of the disease, possible inflammation of the parathyroid and parotid glands, malignant tumours and salivary gland stones. The examination includes a review of the lymph nodes in the neck and the detection of any abnormal lymphatic glands.
It involves examining the walls and circulation of the neck arteries. In the case of dizziness, tinnitus, headaches, an ear, nose and throat specialist, neurologist, in the case of cardiovascular diseases, an internist, cardiologist, vascular surgeon will request the examination. In the absence of complaints, screening is recommended for certain internal diseases such as diabetes, high blood glucose levels, smoking or a family history of cardiovascular disease. The test requires no preparation, is painless and has no side effects.
A full dermatological examination also covers hidden parts of the body that are difficult for you to reach. The aim is to detect abnormalities in the moles, signs of skin tumours, possible fungal, bacterial or viral skin diseases. In addition to the detection of chronic skin conditions (psoriasis, eczema), the examination can also help diagnose sebaceous gland disorders, rosacea or acne and provide expert treatment recommendations.
Regular ear, nose and throat check-ups are crucial for maintaining the health of the respiratory and hearing systems. An assessment of the condition of the external auditory canal and eardrum is painless and is complemented by cleaning of the ear canals if necessary. This is followed by an instrumented hearing test. Our specialist also visually examines the oral cavity, throat and pharynx, and then uses a mirror to check the condition of the nasal cavity and larynx.
This is a test of substances, usually proteins, that are either produced by the body in response to tumour growth or by the tumour tissue itself. Some tumour markers are specific to a single type of cancer, while others are found in several types of cancer. The test is done using blood taken in the laboratory.
Our doctor will examine you in person before summarising the results of the other tests, help you to establish your personal and family medical history, and then give you a detailed assessment of your health and a written recommendation if he or she thinks further tests are necessary.