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Preventive Health Check Up


Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well being. Eating right, getting exercise and enough sleep is necessary, as is avoiding tobacco, alcohol, drugs, excess salt and sugar intake. In spite of taking all the necessary steps in ensuring our complete well being, one can never be too sure. Uncertainties are always there. Critical illness may come knocking anytime.

A Preventive Health Checkup aims to identify and minimize risk factors in addition to detecting illnesses at an early stage. Research all over the globe has proven that it is more economical, not to mention far less distressing, to invest in an annual Preventive Health Checkup rather than visiting a hospital only when an emergency strikes.

At healthcare nt sickcare, we understand the importance of early detection and timely treatment, which is why we combine world class medical care with Preventive Health Checkups to endorse healthy living.

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List of preventive health check up

Blood Pressure - Irrespective of how young you are, it’s important to know if your heart is beating well and that your body maintains the right blood pressure.
Blood pressure is the force against blood vessel walls as the heart pumps blood. When the heart squeezes and pushes blood into the vessels, blood pressure goes up. It comes down when the heart relaxes. Blood pressure changes from minute to minute. It's affected by activity and rest, body temperature, diet, emotions, posture, and medicines.
Ears, Mouth, and Eyes check - Head and Face-Head is rounded, normocephalic, symmetrical, and non-tender. Look for scars, lumps, rashes, hair loss, or other lesions. Look for general facial symmetry, hair distribution, general facial expressions, involuntary movements, or edema. Palpate to identify any areas of tenderness or deformity and no nodules or masses and depression. Assess color and texture of hair and color, texture and temperature of skin.
Neck-Inspect for asymmetry, scars, or other lesions. The neck muscles are equal in size and the client can show coordinated, smooth head movement and has normal range of motion with no discomfort. Palpate the neck to detect areas of tenderness, deformity, or masses. The lymph nodes should be non-palpable and non-tender. The trachea should be midline in the neck and the thyroid gland should not be visible on inspection. You should assess for movement of the glands while the patient swallows.
Eyes-Check the sclera for color, the conjunctiva for color and moistness, the pupils for equally rounded, reactive to light and accommodating (PERRLA). Use a Sneelen chart to check visual acuity. Assess for color vision with an Ishihara test. Check for extraocular movements and evaluate visual fields. The external structures are symmetrical. Eyebrows and eyelashes are evenly distributed and eyelids open and close completely. Corneas and lenses should be clear and irises should be round and illuminate when light is shined across them. An assessment of the inner eye can be done with an opthalmoscope in a darkened room. The lacrimal apparatus can be palpated for discharge and tenderness.
Ears- The auricles are in proper alignment, symmetrical and have the same color as the facial skin. When palpating for texture, the auricles are mobile, firm and non-tender. The pinna recoils when folded. You should check for lesions. The ear canal should be free of foreign bodies, redness, swelling or discharge. Cerumen is expected. The internal ear can be viewed by pulling the ear up and back. Using an otoscope the tympanic membranes should be pearly grey and intact. Light reflex is visible and well defined and cone shaped. The other structures of the ear are clearly visible. The ear canal should be pink with fine hairs. A hearing aquity can be done with a watch tick test to see if the client can hear the ticking in both ears.
Nose-The nose should be appear straight, be midline, symmetrical and of normal color. There should be no discharge or excessive flaring. Each nostril should be patent. The internal structures can be examined with a nasal speculum. The septum should be midline and intact and the mucosa should be pink and moist. When the nose is lightly palpated there should be no lesions or tenderness. Assess the smell factor by asking the client to occlude one nostril and identify a familiar smell. Sinuses may be palpated for tenderness.
Mouth and Throat-The lips of the client are uniformly pink and darker than the skin color, moist, symmetrical and have a smooth texture. The lips should not be cracked, blistered, or have lesions and should be non-tender. Teeth should not be missing, loose or show discoloration. Teeth should be shiny and white. Dental caries, dentures or cracked teeth should be noted. Gums should be pink and be tight against teeth with no retractions or bleeding noted when palpated. The mucosal membranes should be uniformly pink, moist, soft and shiny with an elastic texture and free of lesions. The tongue is centrally positioned. It is pink in color, moist and slightly rough. The underside should be smooth with a vascular pattern. Ask client to move tongue in different ways to assess and check for lesions, white patches or ulcers. You can check taste by having client identify different foods with their eyes closed. The hard and soft palate should be intact, pink, symmetrical and free of lesions. The hard palate is firm and concave and the soft palate moves with vocalization. The uvula is midline in the soft palate and should be pink, intact and move with vocalization. The tonsils that are visible should be the same color as the surrounding mucosa and size, color and any discharge should be noted.
Cholesterol Measurement - A complete cholesterol test is also called a lipid panel or lipid profile. Your doctor can use it to measure the amount of "good" and "bad" cholesterol and triglycerides, a type of fat, in your blood.
Cholesterol is a soft, waxy fat that your body needs to function properly.
The lipid profile includes total cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol (often called good cholesterol), LDL-cholesterol (often called bad cholesterol), and triglycerides.
Lipids and cholesterol are fat-like substances in the blood and some are necessary for good health. However, if you have a high level of LDL-cholesterol and triglycerides, then you have an increased risk of heart disease.
Blood Tests - Regular blood testing is one of the most important ways to keep track of your overall physical well-being.
Getting tested at routine intervals can allow you to see the way your body changes over time and empower you to make informed decisions about your health.
Liver and Kidney Function Check - Liver function tests are used to measure levels of specific enzymes and proteins in your blood. Higher or lower than normal levels of these enzymes or proteins can indicate a problem with your liver which may require further investigation or treatment.

Risk Factors

Risk factors include:

  • Our health is mostly dependent on our habits and the food we eat. In a nut shell, unhealthy lifestyle makes us prone to various health risks. A regular health check-up can help in diagnosing the problem before it really starts or finding it at an early stage. This can help in starting with an early treatment and making the prognosis better.
    Getting the right health services, screenings, and treatments are steps that aid your probabilities for a longer and healthier life. A preventive health checkup is unarguably really important and should be imbibed in our lives. It holds much more importance when it comes to older people. As we age, our bodies become weak and so does our immune system which increases our chances of falling sick, making it absolutely necessary to go for regular health checkups.
  • What can be more important than good health? Do we all not wish to grow old healthy? And how do we ensure good health?
    A healthy lifestyle is definitely the key, and so is regular preventive health checkups. The knowledge of what is going inside you is the most powerful tool to keep major health issues at bay.
  • A regular health checkup also helps in building a relationship and history with your physician. Recommendations about the frequency of health check may be different for people who take medication and suffer from chronic diseases or risk factors. Our age, health, family history and lifestyle majorly defines how often we need to go for health checkups.
  • After a certain age preventive health checkups are a must. Even if you are healthy and do not suffer from any disease it is of utmost importance that you regularly go for your health checkups.
    Preventive healthcare embraces health services like screenings, check-ups, patient counselling to prevent diseases and other health problem. It also helps to detect various diseases at an early stage when the treatment is likely to work best and help you fight it better.


Procedure include:

  • Most people are clueless about their current health status and incoming illnesses. That's why it's incredibly important to get your health assessed every year. Regular Health checkup is necessary by consultant to help you get the most from your life. Live Longer - Finding out early about potentially fatal conditions like cancer and heart arrhythmia gives you a better chance to beat them Play Harder - An analysis of your test results will help you figure out what changes you need for a happier, more rewarding lifestyle Plan Ahead - Compare consecutive health reports to better identify future risks and understand which direction your health is taking.
  • The reality is that we are today so hooked to the computer that even when we aren't in office, we are surfing the net and essentially spending both our working hours and free time sitting in front of some type of screen or monitor. Then there are those of us who smoke, drink and, quite frankly, quiver at the thought of daily exercise.
  • There are so many disorders and diseases that have a better prognosis when detected early. This is especially true of chronic and terminal illnesses, such as cancer. Regular preventive health checkups will not only ensure that you identify the need for treatment as soon as possible but also give you better chances of returning back to health.
  • The checkup usually starts with your medical history. This is the time to mention any concerns or complaints you might have regarding your health. Your physician will also ask you questions about previous procedures and surgeries, including tests and immunizations. You will also need to come clean about important behaviours like excessive drinking, smoking, exercise, sexual health, normal bodily functions and so on.
  • Here, the doctor will conduct a head and neck exam, looking into your mouth to your throat and tonsils and teeth and gums. Your sinuses, nose, ears and eyes will also be checked. The physician might also check your thyroid and lymph nodes. An abdominal exam will give clues regarding the health of your bowels, liver, and general digestive system. A physical and sensory exam of the extremities will tell the doctor about the health of your arms, legs and joints.
    There are certain regular checks that are conducted for men and women. The male physical exam usually includes tests related to the reproductive organs for indications of any infections, such as warts and/or ulcers, tenderness, lumps or change in size. It would also include a hernia exam, checking for weakness in the abdominal walls, especially between the two intestines, and scrotum. The female physical exam usually includes a breast exam that checks for abnormal lumps which might indicate breast cancer. The lymph nodes in the armpits are also examined and a Pap test needs to be done to check for cervical cancer.

Range of Treatment Cost

Procedure Min Cost (INR) Max Cost (INR)
Complete body check-up 2000₹ 6000₹
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