Gastro+ Check-Up


  • Internist's consultation - the physician needs to conduct visual examination of the patient before basic check-up, check biometric indicators (physical parameters, body mass index, etc.), identify risk of possible and (or) present diseases of the gastrointestinal system and draw up an examination plan.
  • Full blood count (diagnostics of infections, anaemia, other common diseases of the body);
  • Blood chemistry
    • Blood sugar (glucose level);
    • Blood cholesterol level: total cholesterol and fractions — LDL, HDL, TG — shows the risk of atherosclerosis and cardiovascular diseases;
    • Assessment of liver and bile duct functions — GGT (gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase), total bilirubin, enzymes ASAT, ALAT;
    • Assessment of pancreatic function (amylase);
    • Determination of food intolerance: small panel (hypersensitivity to food components in most cases is based on the immune mechanisms related to IgE (food allergy));
  • Complete urine analysis (required to detect the abnormalities of the genitourinary system and other systems of the body);
  • Stool sample with occult blood test. Compulsory examination in order to determine the risk of diseases of the digestive system, including cancer;
  • Stool test to determine the presence of H. Pylori (the meaning of H. Pylori test significantly increases due to the strict correlation between the presence of bacteria and confirmed gastrointestinal diseases of the stomach and duodenum, such as such as gastritis, peptic ulcer and gastric carcinoma);
  • Ultrasound examination (US) of the abdominal organs (liver, gall bladder and bile ducts, pancreas, spleen, urinary bladder, and kidneys); Allows diagnose dysfunctions and (or) abnormalities of these organs at an early stage of the disease;
  • Recording and description of the electrocardiogram (ECG) in 12 leads;
  • Final consultation of the gastroenterologist, delivery of an excerpt, examination findings and recommendations for treatment and prevention.