How does it work and what examinations are included?
- Blood collection: Large blood count, GOT, GPT, GGT, lipase, creatinine incl. GFR, cholesterol, LDL, HDL, triglycerides, uric acid, total bilirubin, alkaline phosphatase, calcium, potassium, sodium, iron, blood sugar, HbA1c, CRP, ferritin, TSH, Quick, PTT, INR
- Basic urine examination without microalbumin
- Examination of the stool tube for the immunological stool test (intestinal cancer screening)
- Medical anamnesis interview
- Physical examination
- Vaccination advice and control of the vaccination passport
- Ultrasound of the abdominal organs
- Thyroid Ultrasound
- Bioelectric measurement of body composition (BIA)
- Resting ECG
- ABI measurement
- Pulse wave speed analysis
- Ultrasound of the heart
- Lung function test (spirometry)
- Stress ECG
- Final discussion with nutritional consultation
- Pulse wave velocity analysis
Which examination devices are used?
What should you pay attention to before the appointment?
- Don’t forget your vaccination certificate
- Please wear sportswear at the 2 appointment (you might sweat during the stress ECG) and bring a towel to dry off after the stress, if necessary.
- Please appear sober for the check-up
When is a repetition of the check-up necessary?
Are the costs covered by my health insurance?
Private health insurance usually covers the entire cost of the examination. If you are unsure about the assumption of costs, please clarify this in advance with your health insurance company.
The public health insurance offers a separate preventive examination every three years in a very reduced form (See Check-Up 35)
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|Burnout Prophylaxis Talk||+|
Dr. med. univ. Thomas Bode