The dynamic lifestyle of young people are indeed so enjoyable. This sometimes makes them ignore their health. As long as they can do their daily activities well, they feel they are healthy.
The awareness of the importance of health among young people is yet very low. This then leads to the low willingness to have a medical check-up. Nonetheless, the medical check-up is necessary to monitor the health conditions of the body.
Almost two thirds of premature death and one-third of young people diseases are related to conditions or behavior initiated during adolescence, such as smoking habit, physical inactivity, unhealthy lifestyle, consumption of junk food, and many others.
Bearing in mind that the MCU needs for young people and adults are distinct, young generation check-up panel is designed for people aged 18-35.
Young generation check-up panel is designed for people aged 18-35 and has been adapted to common conditions that often occur in young people.
Young Generation Check-Up Panel
Type of Tests:
- Routine Hematology: To detect infection, anemia, or other blood disorders.
- GOT, GPT, and Gamma GT: To identify liver cell damages and the possibility of fatty liver disease.
- Fasting Glucose: To assess the risk of hyperglycemia, diagnose diabetes mellitus (DM), monitor the therapy, and support the DM management.
- Total Cholesterol, HDL Cholesterol, Direct LDL Cholesterol, and Triglyceride: To assess fat profile and the risk of other cardiovascular diseases.
- Creatinine: To recognize kidney function disorder.
- Uric Acid: To assess the risk of hyperuricemia.
- HBsAg, Anti-HCV: To detect hepatitis B and C virus infection.
- Routine Urine: To allow early detection of infection or disorder in the urinary tract.
- Chest X-Ray: To find out about heart and lung conditions.
- Blood Pressure, Waist Circumference, and BMI: To detect hypertension and obesity.
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