Smoking cigarettes can be injurious to health; however, excessive smoking can be life-threatening as well. The nicotine present in cigarettes drastically affects the vital organs and tissues in the human body leading to diseases like asthma, cancer, and other fatal diseases. The smoker’s risk assessment helps in the early detection of the extent of damage caused due to regular smoking can be monitored and assessed through the smoker’s risk assessment.
These tests can be conducted on an individual, both male and female, of any age, having a history of smoking or after cessation of smoking. Hence, this assessment is important to improve the quality of life.
In the smoker’s risk assessment, there are 31+ tests included primarily to detect the abnormalities. These include-
- Risk Assessment for Cholesterol levels
- Deficiency Check for Iron and Vitamin D levels
- Tumour Marker
- Cardiac profile
- Liver Profile
- Kidney Profile
- Thyroid Profile
- Fluorescent Microscopy
During the test, the lab attendant will take the Blood and a urine sample which will be processed further to acquire test results. If you’re a regular or a beginner smoker experiencing the apparent symptoms, get a Smoker’s Risk Assessment test done at MFine at the earliest possible.