A Basic Full Body Check is a basic health package provided by MFine. It helps in monitoring the overall health and assesses the organs for possible risks of diseases or illness and how to manage them. The test is recommended to those who have unhealthy lifestyles or are at risk of suffering from certain ailments due to significant family history of certain health conditions. It is a part of a general health check-up and can be undertaken by anyone to assess their health status. . The test is considerably affordable on MFine portal compared to the health packages offered by other diagnostic laboratories. The Basic Full Body Check monitors various parameters of the blood, thyroid, kidneys, heart, and lipids that help diagnose the overall health condition.
The Basic Full Body Check includes a total of 34 tests. You are usually prescribed these tests if you happen to possess certain risk factors like obesity, smoking or drinking habits, stress, unhealthy eating habits, disturbed sleep patterns, etc that increases your chances of lifestyle disorders. These tests can also be undertaken as a part of routine annual health checkup. The checkup includes:
Complete Blood Count (CBC): The test includes quantitative analysis of red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and hemoglobin.
Lipid Profile: The test includes analysis of cholesterol, lipoproteins, and triglycerides levels in the body. These factors are associated with various heart-related disorders.
Organ Health Assessment tests: Organ health assessment tests can detect the problems associated with the liver and kidneys.
Thyroid function: The thyroid gland function can also be assessed in this test package.
Risk Assessment tests: The test also analyzes the risks of lifestyle diseases like diabetes and cholesterol which indirectly can indicate one’s risk of heart diseases.
With the changing lifestyle and fast-paced life, you may face a risk of certain health issues that will need to be monitored regularly for timely management. The advantage of taking a basic full-body test includes:
Timely diagnosis of the underlying illness.
Timely medication reduces the complications of the diseases
Risk assessment of hereditary diseases, depending upon the patient’s health history.
May help in the early detection and diagnosis of hematological disorders, including blood cancer. The progression of the illness can be prevented with an accurate treatment plan.
Accurate measurements of various body parameters help track down the specific illness or diseases.
It acts as a preventive measure and risk management if you have a family medical history.
Encourages you to lead a healthy and active lifestyle.
The average cost of a basic full-body check-up roughly starts between Rs. 1200/- to Rs. 1500/- per person. You can avail of discount prices via the MFine app or MFine website on various health packages. Currently, the discount price is Rs. 599/-, for a limited period. The basic full-body check is usually recommended at least twice a year.
You can expect to receive the results for the Basic Full Body Check within 24 to 48 hours after the samples are collected. However, in certain cases, depending on the location, medical advice, and preferred lab partner, it may take longer. You can download the test report via the MFine app.
A lab specialist will come to collect your blood sample at a preferred time slot. Please make sure to follow the preparations required for this health assessment package. After collecting the samples, the specialist will send them over to the lab partner. The lab partner will analyze the samples based on the tests listed in the package. You will then receive the full report within 48 hours of sample collection on the MFine web and app platform.
The food and drinks you consume can alter the measurements of various factors in your blood and urine. Therefore, it is crucial to consult the doctor before taking the test and follow all the necessary guidelines. Your doctor may recommend you to fast and not eat or drink (except water) anything at least eight to ten hours before the test. Avoid consuming alcohol before giving your blood and urine sample. If you are pregnant, under other medications or suffering from any health conditions, inform your doctor before taking the test. Under special circumstances, the doctor may suggest you additional information, stop or start different medicines before the test.
Your doctor may recommend you a basic full-body check as a preventive measure or to rule out certain health risks.
You can book the test via the MFine app and select the day and time of your preference. The lab expert will arrive at your doorstep to collect the sample on your preferred date.
The MFine app is easy, convenient, and hassle-free to use.
Any person who is above 18 years, can take the medical test for full-body checkup.
Through the test reports, your doctor will propose healthy and active lifestyle changes to avoid future risks.
After the test, you can also opt for online consultation through MFine app, and talk to specialized doctors from India and get proper diagnosis and treatment plans.
If you have any medical hereditary history in the family, you may be prescribed the tests at least once or twice a year as a follow-up measure.
The abnormal blood or urine tests results can indicate certain health issues arising due to lifestyle changes or hereditary.
The complete blood count determines a range of disorders associated with the blood such as anemia, infections, autoimmune diseases, inflammation, and leukemia.
Abnormally high levels of triglycerides and low-density lipoproteins in the lipid profile are linked with blood vessel blockages in the heart, diabetes, and kidney problems.
The organ health assessment tests include thyroid and kidney screening. The abnormal levels of thyroid hormones can cause irregular periods, infertility, Grave’s diseases, weight loss or gain, hair loss, constipation, intolerance to heat or cold, sweating, sleep disorders, palpitations and can be associated with hypertension, diabetes or polycystic ovarian syndrome,
The kidney assessment test may indicate concerns like mass growth, stones, urinary obstruction, infection, and kidney filtration problems.
A positive blood glucose test indicates that you may be at high risk of developing diabetes. The doctor will develop a treatment plan based on your reports. A highly diabetic patient is at a higher risk of suffering from heart and kidney complications.