Featured Health Assessment Packages
Featured Health Assessment Packages
For more information about these health assessment packages, please consult with our professionals to learn the details specific to each service. Our dedicated team will provide you with comprehensive guidance and assist you in choosing the most suitable assessment package to address your health concerns.
Cardiovascular Risk Screening
In recent years, the incidence of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and coronary heart disease has been increasing. These types of diseases develop rapidly, are difficult to cure, and have poor prognosis. Therefore, once someone is diagnosed with them, they may face lifelong treatment and management.
These diseases are no longer exclusive to the elderly. Early intervention and prevention can avoid the progression of the disease to a stage where surgery or even death becomes inevitable. Therefore, early screening for cardiovascular diseases is imperative.
Inflammation is a defense mechanism that protects the host from invasion by harmful substances. Its hallmark is the activation of immune cells and other non-immune cells, which protects the host from invasion by bacteria, viruses, toxins, and infections by eliminating pathogens and promoting tissue repair and recovery.
During childhood and adulthood, inflammation maintains internal environment stability in a healthy body. However, chronic inflammation is a common pathological basis in age-related diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and Alzheimer's disease, and may be an important factor in the increased incidence and mortality of most degenerative diseases.
Anti-inflammatory treatment and lifestyle interventions to prevent inflammation are of great significance in maintaining physical health.
Hepatitis B Screening
Hepatitis B is a virus that infects and damages the liver. It can be transmitted through sexual contact or blood transmission (such as sharing needles). It can also be passed from a mother to her fetus during pregnancy.
Symptoms of the initial acute infection of Hepatitis B include fever, fatigue, abdominal pain, nausea, and sometimes jaundice, which makes the eyes and skin yellow.
Most people recover completely from acute Hepatitis B infection without needing treatment, but about one in ten people are unable to clear the virus from their body and develop chronic Hepatitis B infection.
In people with chronic Hepatitis B infection, the virus lingers in the liver and may lead to liver cirrhosis, liver failure, liver cancer, and death over a period of several years to several decades.
Renal Function Test
Renal function test is a common health examination, and as an important environment for human metabolism, renal health needs to be taken seriously and it is necessary to regularly undergo renal function tests.
Generally, the renal function test refers to the urine test or blood test to assess the relevant indicators of renal function, including blood urea nitrogen, serum creatinine, uric acid, serum cystatin C, albumin, creatinine clearance rate, urinary creatinine, β2-microglobulin, glomerular filtration rate, and other indicators.
Immune Function Assessment
Immune function decline can lead to various sub-health symptoms and various diseases.
In recent years, with the extension of average lifespan, accelerated urbanization, unhealthy lifestyle habits, occupational pressure, environmental pollution, and susceptibility genes, the body's immunity will also change.
Immunity assessment is a special technique that analyzes the number and killing activity of immune cells in the tested individual, which can accurately evaluate and intervene precisely.
In order to scientifically assess one's own immunity and intervene early, it is recommended to undergo regular immunity assessments.
Liver Function Test
Liver function testing is a blood test used to help diagnose and monitor liver disease or damage. These tests can measure the levels of certain enzymes and proteins in the blood.
Some of these tests can measure the liver's ability to produce proteins and clear bilirubin (a waste product in the blood).
Other liver function tests can measure enzymes released by liver cells during injury or disease.
Assessment of Trace Elements in the Human Body
The human body is composed of more than 50 elements, which can be divided into macroelements and trace elements based on their different concentrations in the body.
Elements that account for more than one ten-thousandth of the total body weight, such as carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, sulfur, calcium, magnesium, sodium, and potassium, are called macronutrients; while elements that account for less than one ten-thousandth of the total body weight, such as iron, zinc, copper, manganese, chromium, selenium, molybdenum, cobalt, and fluorine, are called trace elements (iron is also known as a semi-trace element).
Although the concentration of trace elements in the human body is low, they are closely related to human survival and health and play a crucial role in human life.
By testing and evaluating the level of trace elements in the human body, we can provide clear guidance for our health care, disease diagnosis, and treatment monitoring.
Blood Lipid Function Test
Blood lipid function test is a quantitative determination of the lipids present in the blood. It mainly measures the levels of total cholesterol, triglycerides, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and high-density lipoprotein cholesterol in the blood serum.
By examining the blood lipids in the plasma, it is possible to prevent or identify whether a person is suffering from obesity, arteriosclerosis, hyperlipidemia, coronary heart disease, diabetes, nephrotic syndrome, and other cardiovascular diseases.
Vitamin Level Test
If the body lacks vitamins or the intake of vitamins is imbalanced, other nutrients cannot be smoothly absorbed and utilized by the body, leading to various serious diseases.
Blindly supplementing with vitamins can also be harmful to the body. Through lab test, you can understand your own vitamin levels.
Blood Cell Analysis
Blood cell analysis is a technique that uses instruments to analyze red blood cells, white blood cells, and other blood cells.
The most commonly used test for blood cell analysis is the complete blood count (CBC). It includes measurements of red blood cells, hemoglobin, white blood cell count and classification, platelet count, and other related parameters.
Sub-healthy / fatigue assessment
Do you often feel unwell, but find no illness after going to the hospital for examination? The state you are experiencing is called "suboptimal health status", which is a state between health and disease and is neither illness nor non-illness.
Suboptimal health individuals often feel uncomfortable but have no organic disease after clinical examination.
Suboptimal health often occurs in people with heavy mental or physical labor. These people not only have high work pressure and heavy mental burden, but also often have unhealthy habits such as irregular life and unbalanced diet.
Suboptimal health has no specific medical indicators for diagnosis, but when your body continues to show symptoms such as fatigue, decreased memory, and difficulty concentrating, it means that your body has issued a suboptimal health warning to you.
Unhealthy lifestyles can affect the body's metabolism, which can eventually impact human health and cause various diseases.
Most chronic diseases today, such as cancer, coronary heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, premature aging, as well as some allergies, collagen system diseases, and other rare diseases, are closely related to lifestyle, behavior, and psychology.
Of these, 70% to 80% of chronic diseases, such as cancer, coronary heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and premature aging, can be attributed to unhealthy lifestyles.
The disease-causing effect of unhealthy lifestyles is like the "sandpile effect." Sand grains will self-organize into an unstable sandpile. Once it reaches a critical point, even a small grain of sand can cause the whole pile to collapse. Similarly, even a slight change can trigger the "collapse" of the whole system or parts of it, affecting one's health.
Electrolyte Function Assessment
Electrolytes are essential for overall health. They are found not only in the blood, but also in sweat and urine, and play a critical role in everything from fluid balance to heart health and brain function.
Fortunately, electrolytes naturally exist in a variety of food sources, so it's easy to meet your needs by following a nutrient-rich diet.
Through assessment, you can identify which electrolytes your body is lacking and selectively add foods containing these important minerals as a supplement.
Thyroid Function Assessment
As the largest endocrine organ in the human body, the thyroid gland constantly produces and secretes thyroid hormones T3 and T4 to maintain normal body function.
After the thyroid hormones enter the bloodstream, they are transported to various organs throughout the body.
Gastric health assessment
Doctors can use several types of tests and medical procedures to determine if you have a Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection.
Testing can be done using a stool sample, a breath test, and an upper endoscopy.
Female Hormone Evaluation
The smoothness and delicacy of the skin, the curves of the figure, the ability to conceive and give birth on schedule, the regularity of menstrual cycles, and the upright and flexible posture of the bones are all controlled by female hormones.
However, once there is a problem with these hormones, the body will suffer from problems such as menstrual irregularities, infertility, and menopause.
Therefore, properly conducting an assessment of hormone level is particularly crucial.
Female Fertility Hormone Evaluation
The six hormones (follicle-stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone, prolactin, estradiol, progesterone, and total testosterone) are important evaluation indicators of female reproductive function, and play a very important role in every step of preparation for pregnancy.
Tumor Marker Testing
Tumor markers are chemical substances produced by the body in response to the occurrence of tumors. They exist in the interior of tumor cells or on the surface of their membranes, and are secreted into the blood, bodily fluids and tissues by tumor cells.
Breast Cancer Genetic Testing
Breast cancer genetic testing is a blood test that uses DNA analysis to identify harmful changes (mutations) in one of two breast cancer susceptibility genes (BRCA1 and BRCA2).
Female HPV Indicator Testing
Currently, there are two clinical methods for HPV testing: quantitative and qualitative detection.
HPV quantitative detection measures the amount of HPV DNA, which indicates the viral load. A high viral load suggests a more severe infection, but cannot differentiate which type of virus is causing the infection.
Qualitative detection can distinguish between high-risk and low-risk HPV infections, and is therefore more informative for guiding treatment.
Sexual Health Testing
It is recommended that everyone between the ages of 13 and 64 undergo screening for sexually transmitted infections, which include:
Blood or saliva testing for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the virus that causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Experts recommend that high-risk individuals get tested for HIV once a year.
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