Check-Up complete diagnostics TOTAL CARE+


  • Internist's consultation — the physician needs to conduct the visual examination of the patient before the complete check-up, check biometric indicators (physical parameters, body mass index, etc.), identify the risk of cardiovascular diseases 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;
  • Liver function assessment — bilirubin, enzymes ASAT, ALAT;
  • Renal function assessment — creatinine (CREA);
  • Thyroid function assessment (thyrotropic hormone, TSH);
  • Complete urine analysis (required to detect the abnormalities of the genitourinary system and other systems of the body);
  • Stool test. Compulsory examination in order to determine the risk of diseases of the digestive system, including cancer;
  • Ultrasound examination (US) of the prostate (for men) or gynaecologic ultrasound examination (for women);
  • Digital lung X-rays (Rtg). Examination findings are immediately sent to the specialist's monitor, handed out to the patient and can easily be copied to any electronic medium at the patient's request;
  • Ultrasound examination (US) of the abdominal organs (liver, gall bladder and bile ducts, pancreas, spleen, urinary bladder, and kidneys);
  • Ultrasound (US) of the thyroid gland;
  • Ultrasound (US, USG) Duplex scanning of blood vessels of the head or neck with colour dopplerography and spectral analysis  — specialists assess the risks of blood clot formation or the presence of blood clots, as well as the condition of the vessel walls and blood flow rate;
  • Recording and description of the electrocardiogram (ECG) in 12 leads;
  • Spirography (assessment of lung function using breath tests);
  • Thorough cardiological examination: monitoring of blood pressure and heart rate round the clock (Holter monitoring or bicycle ergometry);
  • Ophthalmologist's consultation. The ophthalmologist assesses visual acuity, intraocular pressure, the risks of developing glaucoma or present glaucoma, cataract, retinal detachment, etc.;
  • Final consultation of the internist, delivery of an excerpt, examination findings and recommendations for treatment and prevention..