Check Up “The Healthy Child Maximum”
The complex includes the following studies:
- Calcium (Ca),
- Phosphorus (P),
- Iron (Fe),
- Magnesium (Mg),
- General analysis of urine,
- General analysis of feces,
- General blood analysis on an analyzer with a leukocyte formula,
- C-reactive protein (CRP),
- Vitamin D,
- Vitamin B12,
- Folic acid,
- Alanine aminotransferase (ALT),
- Aspartate aminotransferase (AST),
- Total IgE,
- Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH),
- Glycated hemoglobin,
- Total protein,
- Rheumatoid factor,
About the complex
The "The Healthy Child Maximum" complex is an extended version of research for early diagnosis of health disorders in children. This complex of research allows you to get detailed information about the child's physical condition, helps to diagnose infections, nutritional deficiencies, exclude diseases of the bone, digestive and urinary systems.
A general blood test will help detect possible disorders in the child's body, such as anemia or inflammation.
Urinalysis can detect a wide range of diseases, such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease and diabetes.
Fecal analysis is used to diagnose various diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
The level of C-reactive protein (CRP), alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and aspartate aminotransferase (AST) can serve as an indicator of inflammation.
Glucose and glycated hemoglobin are important indicators that are used to diagnose carbohydrate metabolism disorders and make it possible to establish whether a patient has diabetes or prediabetes.
Indicators of total blood protein, albumin and bilirubin are used to assess the protein-synthetic function of the liver and nutritional status. Indicators of creatinine, urea and amylase are used to assess liver and kidney function.
Research on rheumatoid factor is used to diagnose autoimmune and other inflammatory diseases.
The antistreptolysin-O test allows you to check whether the patient's body has antibodies that counteract streptolysin-O, a toxic enzyme produced by group A streptococci.
The indicator of total IgE helps to detect allergic reactions, and thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) - a violation of the work of the thyroid gland, which is involved in the growth and development of the human body, is responsible for the regulation of body temperature, metabolism, normalization of blood flow processes, water and electrolyte balance, maintenance emotional status, muscle strength and affects metabolic processes.
In addition, the complex includes studies of indicators of trace elements (calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus), which play an important role in the normal functioning of the child's body.
Determining vitamin deficiency is equally important for the early diagnosis of diseases. For this, vitamin B12, vitamin D and folic acid were included in the complex.
A preventive examination is the only way to ensure the health of your child. Sometimes it happens that the developing disease does not cause any symptoms in the initial stages. In this case, detection of abnormalities in basic tests can speed up further diagnosis and start treatment in time, which will prevent the occurrence of unpleasant complications in the future.