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Our health screening tests and packages cover a wide and comprehensive list of test profiles. Following is our Test Profile Index.

Blood urea depends on the balance between production and excretion. It is the major end product of protein metabolism. Levels slightly above normal are seen in persons on a high protein diet or acute starvation. Kidney disease is the principle cause of high blood urea
Uric acid
Uric acid is formed from the metabolism of nucleic acid. Blood levels depend on the balance between dietary intake and synthesis by the cells and excretion by the kidney. High uric acid levels will lead to gout, urinary stones and kidney disease. A person with high uric acid should reduce their intake of high protein diet, internal organs, fish roe and alcohol.
Urine analysis / Urine feme and urine microscopy
Urine is produced by the kidneys from blood flowing through it. It therefore reflects conditions in the blood, kidneys and urinary tract. The finding in the urine is also influenced by the things we eat and drink.
Venereal disease
VDRL test is a very sensitive test for detecting syphilis infection. However, positive tests are also encountered in some patients with common viral infections and autoimmune diseases. If the VDRL test is positive, TPHA must be performed to confirm the diagnosis.
White Blood Cells (WBC)
Counts of less than 10 per HPF can be found in normal urine. Infections in the kidney and urinary tract are associated with the markedly increased counts. A culture test will be required to detect the nature of the infection.
White blood cells and differential counts
White blood cells acts as soldier and scavengers in the body and are mobilised to fight against infection or remove waste debris. Different white blood cells play different roles; neutrophils against bacteria infection, lymphocytes against viral infection, monocytes act as scavengers and eisonophils against parasitic infections and allergic conditions. White blood cells will change in numbers and types of cells in response to the infective agent. Sometimes abnormal cells called atypical mononuclear cells (AMC) are also present. When leukemia occurs, the number of white blood cells will be markedly increased and immature cells called blasts will replace the normal cells.


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