Swasthfit Weekend health package consists of 45 lab tests that comprehensively check for the any conditions related to various vital organs of the body. The test is used to screen various organs such as kidney, thyroid, and liver against any disease related to the above mentioned organs.
Why get tested?
The test entails 45 different components which makes this test a comprehensive package. The test, as whole, is done to determine if the individual being tested is suffering from any sorts of conditions related to the various vital organs of the body. The test is used to screen against diseases pertaining to not only the vital organs of the body, but also pertaining to diabetes, and blood count.
This package includes
CBC Haemogram (24)
Red Cell Distribution Width - RDW
Red Cell Distribution Width - SD
Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin (MCH)
Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (MCHC)
Mean Corpuscular Volume (MCV)
Nucleated Red Blood Cells (NRBC)
Immature Granulocytes Count (IG)
Absolute Basophils Count
Absolute Eosinophils Count
Absolute Lymphocytes Count
Absolute Monocytes Count
Absolute Neutrophil Count (ANC)
Lymphocyte Percentage (LC%)
Total Leucocytes Count (TLC)
Nucleated Red Blood Cells (NRBC%)
Immature Granulocyte Percentage (IG%)
Glycated Haemoglobin (HbA1c) (1)
HbA1c Glycated Haemoglobin
Lipid Profile (8)
LDL/HDL Cholesterol Ratio
Non - HDL Cholesterol
Total Cholesterol/ HDL cholesterol ratio
LDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT
Thyroid Profile Total (T3-T4-TSH) (3)
TriIodothyronine Total (T3)
Thyroxine -Total (T4)
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Reticulocyte count (1)
Vitamin Profile (D 25-OH, B12) (2)
25 Hydroxy Vitamin D
IRON STUDIES MONITORING PANEL (3)
Total Iron Binding Capacity (TIBC)
Preparations before the Test
The test requires a mandatory 12 hour fasting. Any other preparation before the test would be the sole discretion of the lab technician or doctor.
Sample Type for the Test
The test requires a blood sample to be drawn from the body of the individual and urine sample that is to be collected in a small cup for testing. A blood sample is drawn, by the lab technician or doctor, from the vein present inside of the arm of the individual which is then sent for further testing. The urine sample is collected during the first urine of the day in a sterilized cup.
The test requires no special or mandatory precautions to be taken before the test. If any precautions are to be taken, the lab technician would communicate the same to the individuals being tested.