- CBC. (Complete Blood Count) It shows the number of different cells in the blood i.e. red blood cells white blood cells our white blood cells and the number of platelets and the amount of hemoglobin in the blood if you suffer from anemia. If there is an infection or an allergic process going on in the body, this test will reveal what is commonly called anemia.
- LFTs Liver function test This is a liver test that checks the liver’s ability to function normally by checking blood levels of cat reuben and certain enzymes. Cat reuben is a substance produced by the breakdown of our red blood cells. It is formed and the liver combines it with other substances to clear it from the body and then it is excreted from the body. Is.
- RFTs Renal Function Test This is a kidney test that checks the urea and creatinine in the blood and if their amount is more than a certain limit, it indicates kidney failure.
- Lipid profile test It checks the different types of lipids present in the body i.e. High cholesterol density lipoproteins and low density lipoproteins. People with a family history of heart diseases, especially men, get this test once a year. It must be done. If there is a little disturbance in the lipids level, you can check it at the initial level by changing your diet and making exercise a part of your routine to protect yourself from dangerous heart diseases. The rate of heart diseases is higher in men. Therefore, all men must undergo this test after the age of 20, and those whose parents have heart disease must undergo this test annually.
- BSL blood sugar level This test tells the amount of glucose in the blood If you have diabetes in your family history, then you must get this test done annually.
- Stool test is also done as a screening test every six months in developed countries. This test is of fundamental importance for early detection of various diseases of the colon and rectum, especially cancer. That there is no blood or any other abnormal substance in it
- Urine complete examination
In this test, a complete microscopic examination of the urine is done to ensure that it does not contain bacteria, blood, crystals, etc. This test is essential for the diagnosis of urinary tract diseases.
Dr. Farrukh Fatima
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