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Heart screening is a process of assessing an individual’s risk of developing heart disease or identifying existing heart conditions. This involves a range of tests and procedures that evaluate the overall health of the heart and circulatory system, including medical history review, physical exam, blood tests, ECG, stress test, echocardiogram, and other imaging tests. The goal of cardiac screening is to detect potential heart problems early on, so they can be managed or treated before they become more serious or life-threatening. This personalized approach can help individuals reduce their risk of heart disease and maintain good heart health.
Upper Adomen & Pelvis Scan
Carotid Arteries (Stroke) / DVT (Blood Clot)
ECG, Lung Function, Echocardiogram
Full Blood Screening, Tumor Markers, Rheumatoid Factor/H.pylori
Upper Abdomen & Pelvis, Thyroid, Breast/Scrotum
Carotid Arteries (Stroke) / DVT (Blood Clot) / PAD (Peripheral Artery) / AAA Scan (Aortic Aneurysm)
ECG, Lung Function, CRP/Homocysteine, Cardiac Stress Test, Echocardiogram
Full Blood Screening, Tumor Markers, Rheumatoid Factor/H.pylori/Hormone Test/ Vitamin D
The BMI Calculator is a convenient tool that gauges a person's weight in relation to their height, determining if it falls within a healthy range. By inputting height and weight, the calculator applies a formula (BMI = weight in kg / height in meters²) to yield a numerical value, indicating underweight, normal, overweight, or obese categories. This quick assessment aids in understanding overall health and potential risks.