Check-up

Check-up literally means “general health control” done periodically by examinations and laboratory techniques in order to be aware of the risk for diseases and to prevent them. Today the approach of “taking necessary precautions before the disease begins and remain healthy” is called "preventive health service" and has gained high importance all over the world.

Cancer, coronary heart disease, hypertension and diabetes which continue to develop insidious and become symptomatic when more the one concerning organ is damaged can be diagnosed through early check-ups and can be delayed with prior becoming symptomatic. Early diagnosis is the most important thing for a successful treatment.

Check-up Center offers a wide spectrum of check-up programs such as;

- Control Program for male older than 40 years of age
- Control Program for male younger than 40 years of age.
- Control Program for women older than 40 years of age
- Control Program for women younger than 40 years of age
- Cardiologic Control Program
- Hepatitis A-B-C Control Program
- Menopause Control Program
- Prostate Control Program
- Veneral Diseases Control Program
- Pediatric Cardiology Control Program
- Pediatric Control Program for children aged 5-15
- Healthy Adolescent Control Program

How to prepare for a check-up?

In order to be planned properly please take an appointment at least 24 hours prior your check-up.

• Please bring your previous test and inspection results
• Please come sober prior to your appointment. (8-12 hour of hunger is sufficient.)
• Inform your doctor if you are using any medication
• We do not recommend you to eat foods such as red meat, licorice root, broccoli and radishes. Otherwise, some tests might need to be repeated.
• If you are using medications containing iron, please stop using it at least two days prior to your appointment.
• If you are pregnant or not sure whether you are pregnant or not, let your doctor know before any testing begins.
• We would like to remind you that urine sample taken during your menstruation period may not give us appropriate information.

Check-up Program for Male over the age of 40

Examination by the check-up performing doctor and examination by an urologist
Chest X-Ray - used as a radiologic evaluation of lung and heart.
EKG - used in the detection of possible cardiac diseases
Total Abdominal USG - used for identification of anomalies and diseases in the abdomen internal organs (kidney, liver, gallbladder, Uterus, prostate, lymph glands)
FASTING BLOOD SUGAR (glucose) - used for diagnosis, screening, and evaluation of treatment in diabetes
CREATININE - used in the diagnosis of renal dysfunction.
URIC ACID - used in monitoring the treatment of gout and identification for kidney diseases.
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL - used to measuring blood fat in order to determine risks for vascular and heart disorders and can be used in dietary regulation.
HDL – used in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
LDL - used in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
TLIGLYCERIDES - in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
SGOT (AST) – used in evaluation and detection of liver, gall tract, heart and kidney diseases.
SGPT (ALT) – used in evaluation and detection of liver, gall tract, heart and kidney diseases.
COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (HEMOGRAM) - anemia, mainly used for diagnosis and treatment of many blood diseases and anemia.
SEDIMENTATION- used in the diagnosis of infectious diseases and rheumatism.
COMPLETE URINE ANALYSIS – used in identification of kidney, urinary tract and urologic diseases.
Hbs-AG – used for determining previous hepatitis B.
Anti-Hbs - used in the diagnosis of hepatitis B disease.
Screening for blood in the stool – used for determining diseases of the digestive system, especially the stomach and intestinal bleeding and cancer research.
PSA- used to determine diseases of the prostate and cancer

Check-up Program for Male under the age of 40

Examination by the check-up performing doctor
Chest X-Ray - used as a radiologic evaluation of lung and heart.
EKG - used in the detection of possible cardiac diseases
Total Abdominal USG - used for identification of anomalies and diseases in the abdomen internal organs (kidney, liver, gallbladder, Uterus, prostate, lymph glands)
FASTING BLOOD SUGAR (glucose) - used for diagnosis, screening, and evaluation of treatment in diabetes
CREATININE - used in the diagnosis of renal dysfunction.
URIC ACID - used in monitoring the treatment of gout and identification for kidney diseases.
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL - used to measuring blood fat in order to determine risks for vascular and heart disorders and can be used in dietary regulation.
HDL – used in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
LDL - used in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
TLIGLYCERIDES - in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
SGOT (AST) – used in evaluation and detection of liver, gall tract, heart and kidney diseases.
SGPT (ALT) – used in evaluation and detection of liver, gall tract, heart and kidney diseases.
COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (HEMOGRAM) - anemia, mainly used for diagnosis and treatment of many blood diseases and anemia.
SEDIMENTATION- used in the diagnosis of infectious diseases and rheumatism.
COMPLETE URINE ANALYSIS – used in identification of kidney, urinary tract and urologic diseases.
Hbs-AG – used for determining previous hepatitis B.
Anti-Hbs - used in the diagnosis of hepatitis B disease.
Screening for blood in the stool – used for determining diseases of the digestive system, especially the stomach and intestinal bleeding and cancer research.

Check-up Program for Female over the age of 40

Examination by the check-up performing doctor plus gynecologic examination and ultrasound
Chest X-Ray - used as a radiologic evaluation of lung and heart.
EKG - used for the detection of possible cardiac diseases
BILATERAL MAMMOGRAM- used for the detection of breast diseases and breast cancer
Total Abdominal USG - used for identification of anomalies and diseases in the abdomen internal organs (kidney, liver, gallbladder, Uterus, prostate, lymph glands)
NT VERTEBRAL X-ray (AP+LATERAL)
NT FEMUR PROXIMAL X-ray (HIP)
BILATERAL BREAST ULTRASOUND
FASTING BLOOD SUGAR (glucose) - used for diagnosis, screening, and evaluation of treatment in diabetes
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL - used to measuring blood fat in order to determine risks for vascular and heart disorders and can be used in dietary regulation.
HDL – used in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
LDL - used in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
TLIGLYCERIDES - in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
SGOT (AST) – used in evaluation and detection of liver, gall tract, heart and kidney diseases.
SGPT (ALT) – used in evaluation and detection of liver, gall tract, heart and kidney diseases.
CREATININE - used in the diagnosis of renal dysfunction.
COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (HEMOGRAM) - anemia, mainly used for diagnosis and treatment of many blood diseases and anemia.
SEDIMENTATION- used in the diagnosis of infectious diseases and rheumatism.
COMPLETE URINE ANALYSIS – used in identification of kidney, urinary tract and urologic diseases.
URIC ACID - used in monitoring the treatment of gout and identification for kidney diseases.
TSH – used in diagmosis and treatment of thyroid diseases.
CERVICAL SMEAR
CERVICOVAGINAL CYTOLOGY
Screening for blood in the stool – used for determining diseases of the digestive system, especially the stomach and intestinal bleeding and cancer research.

Check-up Program for Female under the age of 40

Examination by the check-up performing doctor plus gynecologic examination and ultrasound
Chest X-Ray - used as a radiologic evaluation of lung and heart.
EKG - used for the detection of possible cardiac diseases
BILATERAL MAMMOGRAM- used for the detection of breast diseases and breast cancer
Total Abdominal USG - used for identification of anomalies and diseases in the abdomen internal organs (kidney, liver, gallbladder, Uterus, prostate, lymph glands)
NT VERTEBRAL X-ray (AP+LATERAL)
NT FEMUR PROXIMAL X-ray (HIP)
BILATERAL BREAST ULTRASOUND
FASTING BLOOD SUGAR (glucose) - used for diagnosis, screening, and evaluation of treatment in diabetes
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL - used to measuring blood fat in order to determine risks for vascular and heart disorders and can be used in dietary regulation.
HDL – used in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
LDL - used in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
TLIGLYCERIDES - in determining risks for heart and vascular diseases and dietary regulation.
SGOT (AST) – used in evaluation and detection of liver, gall tract, heart and kidney diseases.
SGPT (ALT) – used in evaluation and detection of liver, gall tract, heart and kidney diseases.
CREATININE - used in the diagnosis of renal dysfunction.
COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (HEMOGRAM) - anemia, mainly used for diagnosis and treatment of many blood diseases and anemia.
Hbs-AG – used for determining previous hepatitis B.
Anti-Hbs - used in the diagnosis of hepatitis B disease.
SEDIMENTATION- used in the diagnosis of infectious diseases and rheumatism.
COMPLETE URINE ANALYSIS – used in identification of kidney, urinary tract and urologic diseases.
URIC ACID - used in monitoring the treatment of gout and identification for kidney diseases.
TSH – used in diagmosis and treatment of thyroid diseases.
CERVICAL SMEAR
CERVICOVAGINAL CYTOLOGY

Childrens’ Program

Examination by the check-up performing physician
Examination by a pediatrician
Chest X-Ray - used as a radiologic evaluation of lung and heart.
FASTING BLOOD SUGAR (glucose) - used for diagnosis, screening, and evaluation of treatment in diabetes
COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT (HEMOGRAM) - anemia, mainly used for diagnosis and treatment of many blood diseases and anemia.
SEDIMENTATION- used in the diagnosis of infectious diseases and rheumatism.
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL - used to measuring blood fat in order to determine risks for vascular and heart disorders and can be used in dietary regulation.
HS-AG- used for detection of hepatitis B
ANTI-HBS-- used for detection of hepatitis B
COMPLETE URINE ANALYSIS – used in identification of kidney, urinary tract and urologic diseases.
Parasites screening in the stool- used to determine any parasites or larve in the intestines.