Preventive Check-ups


Preventive checkups should focus on monitoring changes in health status, detecting initial changes and thus preventing disease. So it’s very important to recognize early any health risks and catch a disease in the early stage when it is easier to treat and definitely has better prognosis.
That’s why it is very important to regularly undergo preventive examinations.
Laboratory test        
Erythrocyte sedimentation rate
Blood count with differentiation of blood cells
Blood sugar level (glycaemia)
Spectrum of lipids PLUS (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, TGA)
Renal functional test (creatinine, urea)
Examination of liver enzymes (ALT, AST, GMT, bilirubin)
Functional test of pancreas (AMS)  
Basic mineral quantification (Na, K, Ca)  
Enhanced mineral quantification (P, Fe)    
Urine culture (men - this analysis is provided within the urological examination)    
Urine analysis using test paper    
Urine chemical analysis and sedimentation    
LAB - tumour markers        
Examination of stool for occult blood - hemoccult  
CA-125 - WOMEN ONLY    
General/internal examination        
Family, personal and allergology history
Examination of cardiopulmonary, vascular, gastrointestinal and motor system
Pulse and blood pressure measurement
Informative examination of sense organs
Height and weight measurement
BMI calculation
Pulse and blood pressure measurement
Resting 12-lead ECG
Ultrasound examination        
Abdominal organs + pelvis
Neck (thyroid gland, lymphatic nodes)    
Eye examination        
Examination of far/short sighted visual acuity
Working distance - vision
Examination of colour perception
Examination of the anterior eye segment with a slit lamp  
Examination of ocular pressure with a contact-free tonometer  
Examination of eyeground  
Examination of both eyes with an autorefractor  
Urology examination - MEN ONLY        
Physical examination    
Examination of external genitalia    
Palpation examination of the prostate gland per rectum    
Gynaecological examination - WOMEN ONLY        
Physical examination - palpation examination and examination using vaginal mirrors    
Breast examination (USG)    
If necessary, colposcopy examination - microscopic examination of the vagina and cervix    
Ultrasound examination of the pelvis minor using an intra-vaginal or abdominal probe    
Dermatological examination        
Inspection of the skin with a focus on pathological skin manifestations  
Examination of suspicious skin lesions with a dermatoscope  
Potential recommendation of surgical treatment  
Physiotherapy examination        
Assessment of the motor apparatus with a focus on the spine and pelvis      
Cardiology examination        
Stress ECG - ergometry      
Final Medical Report