• Examinations
  • Heart Risk Factors
  • Kidney Functions
  • Digestive Liver Functions
  • General Investigations
  • Cancer Screenings
  • Infectious diseases
  • Hormones / Vitamins
  • General Views


  • Cardiology
  • Ear Nose Throat
  • Eye
  • Obstetrics / Urology
  • Internal medicine
  • Mouth and dental health


  • Total Cholesterol – LDL Cholesterol – HDL Cholesterol – Triglyceride
    It is used for risk determination of cardiovascular diseases, evaluation of cholesterol metabolism, regulation of diet and monitoring.
  • EKG
    Recording of electrical activity in the heart to study the operation of the heart muscle and nervous conduction system.
  • Echocardiography
    Examination of the internal structure and functions of the heart through sound waves


  • Urea – Creatinine – Complete Urine Assay
    Provides early diagnosis and follow-up of kidney diseases


  • SGOT (AST) – SGPT (ALT) – ALP (Alkaline Phosphatase) – GGT (G-Glutamyl Transferase)
    Tests used in the diagnosis of liver, biliary tract and heart diseases


  • Blood Count – Hemogram 18 Parameter
    It is used in the diagnosis of various blood diseases, especially anemia, and many other diseases.
  • HbA1c
    Shows the average of three-month sugar levels in the blood
  • Insulin
    Measures the level of insulin hormone in the blood
  • Insulin Resistance
    Allows you to determine if there is insulin resistance in the body
  • CRP
    Test used to measure blood infection and provides heart attack risk measurement
  • Sedimentation
    Used to investigate the presence of a general disease in the body
  • Blood Group Determination
    This involves testing an individual’s blood for the presence or absence of certain antigens found on red blood cells (RBCs).
  • Pulmonary Function Test (PFT)
    Used to measure the capacity and function of lungs and bronchi
  • Rheumatoid Factor (RF)
    Measures the amount of RF antibodies in the blood. Rheumatoid Factors are proteins produced by your immune system that can attack healthy tissues in your body.


  • CEA General Cancer Screening
    CEA is present in very little or no blood in healthy adult blood. Presence of blood indicates possible risks
  • Smear Test (Female)
    It is a method used for early detection of cervical cancer and inflammatory diseases.
  • CA-125 (Female)
    It is applied to follow up the treatment of ovarian cancer and to detect recurrences.
  • CA 19-9
    Used to detect ovarian cyst, pancreatic cancer and cancer in the body.
  • Total PSA (male over 40 years)
    It is used for screening prostate cancer in men.
  • AFP
    Testis in men, women in genital cancer screening.
  • Mammography (women over 40 years)
    Used in the early diagnosis of breast cancer.
  • Fecal Occult Blood (over 40 years)
    Used in the early diagnosis of bowel cancer.


  • Anti HIV (AIDS)
    Looks at the body’s antibody against HIV in the body.
    It is used in the diagnosis of hepatitis C disease.
  • HbsAg
    It is used in the diagnosis of hepatitis B disease.


  • Free T4
    Used to measure levels of thyroid hormones.
  • TSH
    It is used to control the hormone secreted from the pituitary gland.
  • Calcium
    It is used for the diagnosis, screening and monitoring of diseases related to bones, heart, nerves, kidneys and teeth.
  • Vitamin D
    It is used to detect vitamin D deficiency.
  • Vitamin B12
    It is used to detect vitamin B12 deficiency.
  • Folate
    It is used to determine the cause of anemia or nervous system disorders, to reveal nutritional status or to monitor vitamin deficiency treatment.


  • Chest X-ray
    It is used in the evaluation of the heart and respiratory system.
  • All Abdominal Ultrasound
    Abdominal organs (kidney, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, spleen, ovaries, uterus, prostate, lymph nodes and large vessels) is used to identify diseases and anomalies.

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