Children & Adolescent Check Up Panel

Monitor Your Child's Health with Check Up Panels

Just like adults, children also need to have periodic medical checkups to ensure normal growth and growth, and protect against preventable diseases.

The child check-up panel is a set of laboratory tests designed for the purpose of detecting the disease and determining the risk of a disease in children grouped by age. The child check-up panel is tailored to the largest prevalence in the community.

The benefits of regular checkups in children from an early age

Health problems are found in the early stages, where handling and healing can have the maximum impact.
Give understanding to children that health is important and children need to maintain their own health.
Child examination should be done since the newborn, to know the presence or absence of abnormality suffered so that if there are abnormalities can be overcome immediately, so as not to inhibit the growth and development of children.

Neonate Strain Test Panel

To detect the possibility of a congenital hypothyroid disorder and G6PD deficiency in order to be given treatment as early as possible so that the baby can grow and develop normally, including examination:

G6PD Neonates
TSHs Neonates
Note: Neonatal screening test is performed at infant age 72-120 hours / 3-5 days. Babies who are checked before the age of 24 hours should be checked again at 2 weeks of age for confirmation.

Panel Age 1-12 Month (Baby)

Complete hematology
Reticulocytes
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Physical examination*
Panel Age> 1-3 Years (Toddler)

Complete Hematology
Reticulocytes
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Urine Routine
Physical examination*
Panel Age 3-5 Years (Pre School)

Complete Hematology
Reticulocytes
Blood edge image
Urine Routine
Albumin, Total Protein
Physical examination*
Additional if needed:

Fat Profiles (Total Cholesterol, HDL Cholesterol, LDL Cholesterol, Triglycerides)
Zinc
Ferritin
Panel Age> 5-12 Years (School Age)

Complete Hematology
Reticulocytes
Blood edge image
Urine Routine
Faeces Routine
Albumin, Total Protein
Fat Profiles (Total Cholesterol, HDL Cholesterol, LDL Cholesterol, Triglycerides)
Physical examination*
Additional if needed:

Hepatitis Examination: HBsAg, Anti-HBs, Anti-HCV
Kidney Function: Urea N, Creatinine, Uric Acid
Fungi Hati: GOT, GPT
Panel Age> 12-18 Years (Teenagers)

Complete Hematology
Reticulocytes
Blood edge image
Urine Routine
Fasting Glucose
Fat Profiles (Total Cholesterol, HDL Cholesterol, LDL Cholesterol, Triglycerides)
Faeces Routine
Albumin, Total Protein
Physical examination*
Additional if needed:

Hepatitis Examination: HBsAg, Anti-HBs, Anti-HCV
Kidney Function: Urea N, Creatinine, Uric Acid
Fungi Hati: GOT, GPT
Benefits of checking in the Child Check Up Panel

G6PD Neonates: detects a deficiency of Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) enzyme that can cause conditions such as hemolytic anemia and hyperbilirubinemia in newborns

TSHs Neonates: knowing thyroid function abnormalities ie congenital hypothyroidism in newborns that may cause mental retardation, cretinism (inhibition of growth and mental) and others.

Complete hematology: detecting infections, anemia and other blood disorders.

Reticulocytes: determine the type of anemia, assess the activity and formation of blood cells in the bone marrow and monitoring the effects of therapy.

Blood Edge: helps diagnose blood cell disorders by providing information such as erythrocytes, leucocytes and platelets and the distribution of blood cells.

Urine Routine: detects abnormal kidney function or urinary tract infection and detects metabolic disease.

Glucose Fasting: helps diagnosis of diabetes mellitus.

Albumin and Total Protein: Evaluate nutritional status.

Fat Profile (Total Cholesterol, Cholesterol HDL, LDL Cholesterol, Triglycerides): assessing the fat profile, generally obese children will experience abnormalities of fat profiles, such as high triglycerides while low HDL.

Hepatitis Examination

HBsAg: detects the presence or absence of hepatitis B virus, and is useful for pre-vaccination screening.
Anti-HBs: ensuring presence or absence of immunity against hepatitis B virus infection
Anti-HCV: detects the presence or absence of hepatitis C virus
Examination of Kidney Function (urea N, Creatinine, Uric Acid): detects the presence or absence of renal dysfunction.

Liver Function: assess liver function and likelihood of fatty liver.

Zinc: Knowing the status of sufficiency of zinc which is a micronutrient is important in growth and development.

Ferritin: know the iron reserves in the body.

Familiarizing children with health care from childhood will create the habit of making the right decisions about health and instilling healthy living habits that will survive as an adult.