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Overall Health Test Package + Imaging (Female) – Advanced – Cao Thang Only 

(*) Overall Health Test Package + Imaging (Male) – Advanced is performed at Cao Thang headquarters. 

 Advanced test and imaging package is a test package used to determine a subject’s health status. To detect diseases early, when there are no clinical symptoms, and to treat them promptly. 

  • Price: 1,900,000 VND 
  • Frequency of implementation: Periodically every 6-12 months 
  • Age: Over 18 years old should have a general health check, over 30 years old to screen for high-risk disease groups. 
  • Results: 3 hours from the time the laboratory receives the sample. 
  • Sample type: Blood & Urine 

1. Test Package Overview 

The importance of routine testing of the advanced general package: 

  • To evaluate the functioning of organs in the body 
  • Periodic general health check-up and monitoring 
  • Detecting abnormalities of organs through testing indicators and screening for common diseases such as hepatitis B, C, so on and thyroid. 

2. Test Subjects 

The advanced general tests and diagnostic imaging package is appropriate for subjects aged 18 and older who require a general health check or those over 30 years old to screen for high-risk disease groups such as cardiovascular, urinary sugar, hepatitis B, C,… Subjects are not required to have symptoms or clinical manifestations such as fatigue, fever, weight loss, etc. 

3. What Does The Test Package Include? 

The advanced general testing package at Diag Laboratories will include: 

  • Uric Acid 
  • ASAT (SGOT)* 
  • ALAT (SGPT)* 
  • Glucose Fasting 
  • Creatinine* 
  • Gamma GT* 
  • HbA1c 
  • Urea* 
  • Immunoglobulin E (IgE) 
  • Lipids Panel (Cholesterol + LDL + HDL + Triglycerides) 
  • Complete Blood Count (CBC) 
  • Urinalysis 
  • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBs Ag) Qualitative 
  • Hepatitis B virus core Ab Total (HBc Ab Total) 
  • Hepatitis B Surface Ab (HBs Ab) 
  • Hepatitis C Virus Ab (HCV Ab) 
  • Free Triiodothyronine (Free T3)* 
  • Free Thyroxine (Free T4)* 
  • Thyroid-stimulating Hormone (TSH)* 
  • Imaging Diagnosed 
  • X-ray 
  • Ultrasound (Abdominal, Breast, Thyroid, Heart) 
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) 

4. What Does The Overall Test Score Mean? 

Indicators in the package of general tests and diagnostic imaging include: 

  • Uric Acid*: To monitor uric acid levels in the blood, supporting the diagnosis of Gout. 
  • ASAT (SGOT)*: An enzyme used to assess liver function. Blood levels of SGOT are high when liver cells are damaged. 
  • ALAT (SGPT)*: The main enzyme used to evaluate liver function. Blood levels of SGPT are high when liver cells are damaged. 
  • Gamma GT*: An enzyme used to evaluate liver function, GGT levels in the blood are high when liver cells are damaged. 
  • Creatinine*: An indicator used to assess kidney function 
  • Urea*: An index used to assess kidney function. 
  • HbA1c: Measure the average amount of sugar attached to the hemoglobin molecule in the blood of the body during 3 months to screen for diabetes and monitor the effectiveness of treatment in diabetics. 
  • Lipids Panel (LDL, Cholesterol, Triglycerides, HDL): Triglycerides: One of the indicators to monitor blood fat levels. From there, assess the risk of cardiovascular diseases. 

            Total cholesterol: One of the indicators to monitor the concentration of fat in the blood, thereby assessing the risk of atherosclerotic disease. 

            HDL-cholesterol: Quantifying the concentration of beneficial fats in the body, increased levels will reduce the risk of atherosclerosis. 

           LDL-cholesterol: bad fat for the body, the concentration of which increases in proportion to the risk of atherosclerosis. 

  • Immunoglobulin E (IgE): Measure the level of IgE antibodies in the blood to screen for allergies and evaluate the body’s immune response in allergic pathologies. 
  • Complete Blood Count (CBC): Evaluates the parameters of components in blood cells such as white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets. Is a screening method to assess an individual’s general health status, popular in periodic health checks,… 
  • Urinalysis: Assessing the general health status through analyzing the indicators in the urine from which to find the source of the diseases. 
  • Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBs Ag) Qualitative: The first immunological marker used to screen for and detect hepatitis B. Combined with other hepatitis immunological indices in the efficacy evaluation process. treatment in patients with hepatitis B. 
  • Hepatitis B virus core Ab Total (HBc Ab Total): Quantitative test of hepatitis B virus core antibody to distinguish cases with hepatitis antibodies caused by vaccination or with a history of cured acute hepatitis B. from. Can be used in combination with other hepatitis immunological indicators in the evaluation of treatment efficacy in patients with hepatitis B. 
  • Hepatitis B Surface Ab (HBs Ab): A test used to evaluate the amount of hepatitis B antibodies and the body’s immune response status after hepatitis B vaccination. 
  • Hepatitis C Virus Ab (HCV Ab): Immune markers are used to screen for and detect hepatitis C by assessing the amount of hepatitis C antibodies the body produces when infected. 
  • Free Triiodothyronine (Free T3)*: The FT3 test is indicated to evaluate thyroid function, and to monitor the effectiveness of treatment in people with thyroid disease. 
  • Free Thyroxine (Free T4)*: The FT4 test is indicated to evaluate thyroid function, and to monitor the effectiveness of treatment in people with thyroid disease. 
  • Thyroid-stimulating Hormone (TSH)*: TSH – thyroid stimulating hormone. TSH is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland that stimulates the thyroid gland to produce the hormones T3 and T4. 

5. Frequently Asked Questions About Advanced General Testing And Imaging 

  • How often should the general testing package be performed? According to experts, should be performed periodically every 6-12 months. 
  • What should the patient pay attention to when performing the general test package? Patients need to fast for at least 8 hours before taking blood for testing and follow the doctor’s instructions when doing diagnostic tests for BP. 
  • How long does it take to receive test results? It usually takes about 3 hours from the time the lab receives the sample. 

6. Why Test At Diag Laboratories? 

  • Owning a system of modern machinery and analytical equipment such as Alinity (Abbott), Cobas 8000 (Roche) with genuine chemicals, ensuring accurate results. 
  • Quick response time 
  • Lab has certificates of test quality such as: ISO 15189, EQA,… 
  • Easily view the results online through the link sent via text message 
  • There is a home sampling service, helping customers save travel time 
  • Accurate, highly reliable results 

Advanced general testing is a set of tests that should be run every 6-12 months. To monitor health and detect disease early in order to provide timely treatment. When your body exhibits abnormal symptoms, please contact us as soon as possible at hotline 19001717 for advice and testing.