Check-up For Men

CHECK UP for men:

Recommended Male Health Check Ups by Age

20 to 50 Years of Age

  • Do a regular complete physical examination every 3 years or as recommended by your doctor.
  • Eye check up every 2 years – Yearly if you currently have eyesight problems
  • Blood pressure check every 2 years or once a year if you are at a risk of high blood pressure problems.
  • Have a cholesterol check and repeat the test every 3 years or as recommended by your healthcare provider.
  • Have a colon and rectal exam once a year after you reach the age of 40, (Those at risk of colon conditions should have an occult blood test yearly or go for sigmoidoscopy every 3 to 5 years. If at risk of prostate cancer you should have the screening every year after 45 years).

Health Check for Males Aged 50 and Older

  • Have a regular physical examination every 1 to 2 years up to the age of 65. If you have diabetes or hypertension or are at risk of either, you should have the regular eye check at least every year.
  • Have a cholesterol blood test every 3 to 5 years if it is normal or as recommended by your doctor.
  • A check up of the colon should be performed every 3 to 5 years as well as a check for prostate specific antigen once a year.
FOREIGN SPECIALIST EXAMINATION (100)(Therapeutist)
CARDIOLOGIST EXAMINATION
FOREIGN SPECIALIST EXAMINATION (200)(Neurologist)
OTORHINOLARYNGOLOGIST EXAMINATION
OPHTOLMOLOGIST EXAMINATION
UROLOGIST EXAMINATION
FOREIGN SPECIALIST EXAMINATION (300)(Gastroenterologist)
TRANSTHORACIC ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY (TTE)
AT LEAST 12 LEADS ELECTROCARDIOGRAM: ECG + EXPLANATION AND REPORT
COLOR DOPPLER EXAMINATION OF CAROTID ARTERIES AND BILATERAL VERTEBRAL ARTERIES
WHOLE ABDOMEN USG
THYROID USG
POSTEROANTERIOR CHEST ROENTGENOGRAPHY (TWO PROJECTIONS)
ESOPHAGOGASTRODUODENOSCOPY
COLONOSCOPY
SPIROMETRY
ANESTHESIOLOGICAL SERVICE
HDL – CHOLESTEROL
LDL – CHOLESTEROL
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL
TRIGLYCERIDE
HEMOGRAM (AT LEAST 18 PARAMETERS)
GLUCOSE (FASTING) BLOOD
HEMOGLOBIN  A1C (GLYCOHEMOGLOBIN)
HBS AG
ANTI HIV (HIV 1-HIV 2 ANTI-CORE)
ANTI HBC TOTAL (IGG+IGM)
ANTI HCV
SYPHILIS-TPHA
ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE (AST) (SGOT)
ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE (ALT)(SGPT)
GAMMA GLUTAMYL TRANSFERASE (GGT)
ALP (ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE)
BILIRUBIN, TOTAL (URINE OR BLOOD)
BILIRUBIN (DIRECT)
LIPASE
TSH (THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE)
TT 3 (TRIIODOTHYRONINE)
TT 4 (THYROXINE)
PSA (TOTAL) (PROSTATE SPECIFIC ANTIGEN)
OH VITAMIN D
CALCIUM (BLOOD)
SODIUM (SERUM)
CALIUM (BLOOD)
PROTHROMBIN TIME+INR(PTZ) (FACTOR II)
URIC ACID (BLOOD)
D-DIMER, PLASMA (CITRATE)
C-REACTIVE PROTEIN, QUANTITATIVE (CRP)
CREATININE (BLOOD)
PROTEIN (TOTAL) BLOOD
IRON
COMPLETE URINALYSIS (39 PARAMETERS)
UREA (BLOOD) (UREA NITROGEN)
CREATININE (BLOOD)
STOOL TEST (GENERAL)
FOREIGN SPECIALIST EXAMINATION (100)(Therapeutist)
CARDIOLOGIST EXAMINATION
OPHTOLMOLOGIST EXAMINATION
UROLOGIST EXAMINATION
TRANSTHORACIC ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY (TTE)
AT LEAST 12 LEADS ELECTROCARDIOGRAM: ECG + EXPLANATION AND REPORT
POSTEROANTERIOR CHEST ROENTGENOGRAPHY (TWO PROJECTIONS)
WHOLE ABDOMEN USG
SPIROMETRY
HDL – CHOLESTEROL
LDL – CHOLESTEROL
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL (CHOLESTEROL TOTAL)
TRIGLYCERIDE
HEMOGRAM (AT LEAST 18 PARAMETERS)
GLUCOSE (FASTING) BLOOD
HBS AG
ANTI HIV (HIV 1-HIV 2 ANTI-CORE)
ANTI HCV
SYPHILIS-TPHA
ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE (AST) (SGOT)
ALANINE AMINOTRANSFERASE (ALT)(SGPT)
GAMMA GLUTAMYL TRANSFERASE (GGT)
TSH (THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE)
COMPLETE URINALYSIS (39 PARAMETERS)
PSA (TOTAL) (PROSTATE SPECIFIC ANTIGEN)
CREATININE (BLOOD)
URIC ACID (BLODD)
STOOL TEST (GENERAL)
C-REACTIVE PROTEIN, QUANTITATIVE (CRP)
CALCIUM (BLOOD)
OH VITAMIN D
BILIRUBIN, TOTAL (URINE OR BLOOD)
PROTHROMBIN TIME+INR(PTZ) (FACTOR II)
PROTEIN (TOTAL) BLOOD
SODIUM (SERUM)
CALIUM (BLOOD)
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