There are a total of 69 tests included in the vital full body check, which included diabetes screening, thyroid testing; kidney examination; liver examination and haemoglobin test. Diabetes screening is quite common for individuals who have diabetes. The test is done for knowing the blood sugar levels of a person. Thyroid testing examines the thyroid gland, while kidney and liver examinations are to find out whether the liver and the kidney are functioning properly or not. A haemoglobin test is done to examine haemoglobin levels and whether they are increasing or decreasing in the body.
A blood test included in the vital full body check measures haemoglobin levels along with white blood cells and platelets. Cholesterol levels and blood sugar levels are also tested through the blood test. Urine tests and iron studies are also part of the vital full body check and liver function test. The liver function test is done for checking abnormalities in the liver. Such investigations include SGOT, protein, albumin, SGPT, bilirubin and globulin. There are no side effects or risks involved in undertaking the vital full body check package.