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Men’s examination programs

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Laboratory tests help in timely and accurate diagnosis of various diseases. Laboratory tests are of decisive importance for the diagnosis of diseases: more than 60% of the information is provided by laboratory tests. The results of laboratory tests allow not only to identify the disease, but also to prescribe the appropriate treatment, so it is very important to carry it out accurately. Accuracy depends not only on the equipment with which the laboratory specialists work, but also on the patient. It is also very important to properly prepare for the examination.

 
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How to prepare for examinations?

Basic requirements for a patient preparing for blood tests:

• It is recommended not to eat anything for 8-12 hours before blood tests. It is important to remember that juice, tea, coffee, especially with sugar, as well as food. Only water is allowed to drink.

• The patient must not have eaten for 3 hours before the general blood test.

•  1-2 days before the examination, it is advised to eat less fatty and fried food, not to drink alcohol. If a holiday is expected on the eve of the laboratory test, it is better to postpone the test for 1-2 days.

• Do not smoke for an hour before the test. The level of many enzymes and hormones in the blood can fluctuate at different times of the day, so it is advisable to carry out these tests before 10 am. morning

• It is recommended to avoid physical exertion (do not exercise) and stress before the blood test. It is advised to calm down and rest for 10-15 minutes.

•  If you are about to start taking medication, then it is better to do the tests before you start taking them, or after 10-14 days of taking the medication. When determining the effectiveness of treatment, blood is usually tested 14-21 days after taking the drug. If you are taking medication, be sure to tell your doctor or laboratory staff about it.

• Blood tests are not recommended after X-ray and ultrasound examinations, massage, reflexology or physiotherapy procedures.

•  The results of women’s hormonal tests are influenced by physiological factors related to the menstrual cycle, therefore, when preparing for the test of sex hormones, it is necessary to indicate the phase of the cycle and follow the recommendations of your doctor on which day of the cycle the tests should be performed.

Male research program

The research program consists of only the most important laboratory tests. Pancreas, kidney function, blood fat and sugar levels, prostate cancer marker are evaluated. The program consists of the following studies:

•  General blood test

•  Glucose

•  alpha-Amylase Alanine aminotransferase (GPT, ALT) Aspartate aminotransferase (GOT, AST)

• Total bilirubin

•  Direct bilirubin

•  Cholesterol

•  High density or “good” cholesterol

•  Creatinine

•  Low density or “bad” cholesterol Prostate-specific antigen (PSA)

•  Urea

•  Triglycerides

The optimal test program for men. The program consists of the most important and most frequently prescribed laboratory tests. Blood cells, urine composition, liver enzymes, kidney function indicators, blood fats and sugar, an indicator of inflammation, basic electrolytes, a prostate cancer marker and vitamin D are tested. The program consists of the following studies:

•  alpha-Amylase

•  Total protein

•  General blood test

•  General urinalysis

• Microscopy of whole blood

• Total bilirubin

•  Direct bilirubin

•  Chlorine

•  Cholesterol

•  HDL-cholesterol ENG (erythrocyte sedimentation rate) •  Gamma-GT

•  Glucose GOT (AST) GPT (ALT) •  Calcium

•  Potassium

•  Creatinine

•  LDL-Cholesterol

•  Sodium Prostate-specific antigen (PSA)

•  Urea

•  Triglycerides

•  Vitamin D

This is the most lab-based program for those who want to explore the "whole body." It examines: blood cells, urine composition, liver enzymes, kidney function indicators, blood fats and sugar, inflammation indicators, basic electrolytes, prostate cancer markers, vitamin D. The program includes not only the most important and commonly prescribed laboratory tests, but also rarer ones designed for evaluate the condition of the cardiovascular system, other cancer markers, etc. The program consists of the following studies:

•  alpha-Amylase

•  Total protein

•  General blood test

•  General urinalysis

• Microscopy of whole blood

• Total bilirubin

•  Direct bilirubin CA 19-9 (pancreatic cancer marker) CEA (carcinoembryonic antigen)

•  Cholesterol C-Reactive Protein (CRB)

•  High sensitivity CRB

•  HDL-cholesterol

•  Ferritin •  Gamma-GT

•  Glucose GOT (AST) GPT (ALT)

•  Homocysteine

•  Calcium •  Potassium

•  Creatinine

•  Free PSA

•  Magnesium

•  LDL-Cholesterol

•  Sodium Prostate-specific antigen (PSA)

•  Urea

•  Triglycerides Thyrotropin (TTH, TSH)

•  Vitamin D Blood test In order to evaluate the urinary system, urologists may perform various blood tests: Prostate-specific antigen (PSA). This test allows you to detect cancer cells, as well as to assess the risk of possible disease. A changed PSA concentration in the blood does not necessarily mean prostate cancer, its changes can also be caused by other prostate diseases, such as prostatitis or benign prostatic hyperplasia. Creatinine (CREA). This is a test to evaluate kidney function. When it is disturbed, the amount of creatinine in the blood increases. This test is usually done when kidney disease is suspected or after an acute infection, when kidney function is impaired. Testosterone (TESTO). Most often, this test is performed to evaluate erectile dysfunction in men. A decrease in testosterone can be one of the causes of infertility.

After the blood test, the doctor reviews the results together with the patient, explains the deviations from the norm (if any), determines the causes of diseases or disorders. If you need urological blood tests, you can do all of them at the Socrates clinic. Contact us and register for a visit at a convenient time.

If you want to undergo a preventive test for prostate cancer, or maybe your relatives have had prostate cancer, do this test program, which will provide information not only about the PSA level, but also the reason for the increase in PSA.

P. S. prostate-specific antigen can be performed for the purpose of prevention. The program consists of the following studies: Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) •  Free PSA

Only for men - pancreatic, general, prostate cancer markers are tested. P.S. only PSA can be performed prophylactically. Other cancer markers cannot be performed for prevention purposes. Cancer markers are used to clarify the diagnosis and monitor the progress of cancer treatment. The program consists of the following studies:

CA 19-9 (pancreatic cancer marker)

CEA (carcinoembryonic antigen)

•  Free PSA Prostate-specific antigen (PSA)

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