"Belief is Trust & Trust is Faith" "Every Human Being find 'GOD' In Temple,Mosque,Church but 'He' is no-where.He is in between Only the service of mankind. Let's Find 'GOD' with help of the helpless People and make this Earth like as another heaven."

Medical Check Up


We all know "prevention is better than cure" from 2004 we are in this system. At eople have fear ness in mind for the medical treatment. Because poverty restrict the people for any kind of medical treatment. Because on the mind of general public if they go to the medical treatment they will spend more and more money. So the believe on the God and in their mind God is giving punishment and the things are happening for the instruction of him. So disease is a punishment of God to the people. So to remove these type of thinking from their mind with good council ling and monitoring we have reach near the general public and after our members bring them to the medical check up. Our medical check up in the five manner like HAEMOGRAM- Hemoglobin, MCHC,MCV,MCH,ESR, DLC, Platelet count, PCV, TLC, Peripheral smear; LIVER FUNCTION TESTS- Total protein, Globulin, SGPT , SGGTP , Albumin , A/G Ration , Alkaline Phosphate, S.Bilirubin(Total & Direct) : BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS- Blood sugar(Fasting & PP) , Uric Acid , Lipid Profile : GENERAL TESTS- Blood Grouping & RH Typing, Stool examination , ECG(Resting) , X-Ray(Chest) , Ultrasound screening of the whole abdomen , Pap smear : KIDNEY ASSESSMENT- S.Urea , S.Creatinine , Complete urine analysis. But in this time some modern people acquaint for the checking regular but it has great effect to body. So Navjivan Foundation duty for the medical check up since beginning to aware the rural people for care of their body and this organization with free of cost organize several camps in rural and on same time advice the people for restriction on regular health check up. Because in the present time , most patients head for their doctors' clinics (or hospitals) for check-ups more than for any other reason. The ostensible objective is to ward off disease. In fact, of late, the annual medical check-up has become a ritual in many companies for many executives. While most patients assume that this is a standardized routine, a debate still rages in the medical profession regarding what tests ought to be performed, on whom, beginning when and how often. Often, patients seem to fall into two extreme categories: those who get no routine medical care and those who excess medical care including screening tests, even though they do not really 'need' them. Periodic tests and examinations should not become routine or part of a standard 'one-size-fits-all' package. In order to be really effective, they need to be tailored according to a person's age, sex, family history and personal risk factors. Unfortunately, due to the widespread fallacy that the human body is no better than a machine, we have been taught that the body needs 'routine maintenance' which should be performed by a doctor, much as your mechanic tunes up your car periodically.

However, medical experts have debunked such an analogy as being a gross oversimplification. They have emphatically stated that screenings and early detection are not a universal panacea to ward off all ills. At present, many people rather effusively gush: 'Doctor, give me the works, I want a full check-up!' Many clinics now readily pander to this demand by providing a wide range of 'executive health check-up schemes,' but often these 'schemes' can be more harmful than beneficial! In fact, routine tests, such as electrocardiograms, chest X-rays and full blood screening, have been found to provide little overall benefit for the healthy individual. If such is the truth, then one may well ask, why have these health check-up schemes have become so popular? The answer is simple: they bring in the 'moolah'! After all, much more money can be raked in by screening droves of healthy people, rather than by only taking care of sick patients. And then there is the additional lucrative bonus that the screening tests will 'pick up' abnormalities, thus converting a formerly healthy person into a patient who needs medical attention!

Periodic check-ups for blood pressure for all adults. (High blood pressure is a leading risk factor for coronary heart disease, stroke, renal disease and heart attack.) Total blood cholesterol measurement for men between the ages of 35 and 65 and women 45 to 65 (high cholesterol constitutes a risk factor for heart disease.) The frequency of testing was, however, not specified. Screening for colorectal cancer for individuals over 50, by testing the stools for the presence of blood, or through sigmoidoscopy. Colorectal cancer is common in USA. Mammogram (an X-ray to detect the early signs of breast cancer) for women between 50 and 69, every one or two years. The PAP smear test , to screen for cervical cancer, for sexually active women once every three years. Vision tests for children, before entering school, and for the elderly. Tests for elderly people (or those with specific complaints) to assess hearing loss.


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