Cardiovascular System Examination Program


1.
Visit to cardiologist’s office

Case history of the patient (anamnesis), examination, measuring blood pressure, discussion of test results, identification of cardiovascular diseases, prescription of treatment, recommendations
2.
Blood tests:
3.
General blood test (incl. taking of blood specimen): • Automatic blood test (erythrocytes, leukocytes, haemoglobin, hematocrit, platelets) • White blood cell differential • Reticulocytes • Blood sedimentation rate

This test provides information on all blood cells (erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets), their distribution by size. This information is important for evaluation of the overall heath conditions of the body. The test helps to determine many different acute and chronic diseases: deficiency of blood, blood cancer, allergies, etc. 
4.
General cholesterol level

This test is very important for valuation of the risk of coronary heart disease and myocardial infarction. It encompasses evaluation of both general cholesterol level and its fractions: LDL cholesterol or “the bad” cholesterol, increase of concentration of which particularly increases the risk of coronary heart disease, and “the good” cholesterol (HDL cholesterol), normal concentration of which reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and decrease thereof increases the risk of falling ill.
5.
The bad cholesterol (LDL)

This test is very important for valuation of the risk of coronary heart disease and myocardial infarction. It encompasses evaluation of both general cholesterol level and its fractions: LDL cholesterol or “the bad” cholesterol, increase of concentration of which particularly increases the risk of coronary heart disease, and “the good” cholesterol (HDL cholesterol), normal concentration of which reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and decrease thereof increases the risk of falling ill.
6.
The good cholesterol (HDL)

This test is very important for valuation of the risk of coronary heart disease and myocardial infarction. It encompasses evaluation of both general cholesterol level and its fractions: LDL cholesterol or “the bad” cholesterol, increase of concentration of which particularly increases the risk of coronary heart disease, and “the good” cholesterol (HDL cholesterol), normal concentration of which reduces the risk of coronary heart disease and decrease thereof increases the risk of falling ill.
7.
Triglycerides

Increase of blood triglycerides levels is linked to increase of total blood lipids levels, and may also be a result of untreated diabetes mellitus, ischemic heart disease, myocardial infarction, etc. 
8.
Glucose levels

Changes in blood glucose levels indicate diabetes, diseases of pancreas, liver, kidneys, or metabolic syndrome. Permanent increase of glucose levels result in increased risk of aterosclerosis (myocardial infarction, cerebral attack, peripheral blood circulation disorders).
9.
TSH

Indicates blood circulation, heart rhythm disorders, possible risk of aterosclerosis.
10.
Homocysteine

Increased blood homocysteine levels are an independent cause of aterosclerosis risk (myocardial infarction, cerebral attack, peripheral blood circulation disorders).
11.
General urine test

Urine indices are determined, which enable to evaluate general condition of the body, function of urinary organs, metabolism disorders.
12.
Resting electrocardiogram

Very valuable test when diagnosing diseases of the cardiovascular system. ECG enables identifying different disorders of the heart rhythm, disorder of cardiac conduction system, threatening myocardial infarction.
13.
Exercise ECG

The test is very important for evaluation of the condition of heart muscle, the possibility to have myocardial infarction (when diagnosing ischemic heart disease).
14.
Echocardioscopy with dopplerometry and documentation

Doppler test of blood circulation in the heart. This test is to determine the condition of heart valves, the power of contraction of the heart muscle, and sizes of heart cavities.

Comments. All tests and medical procedures included in to health check - up program are not replaced with other tests or medical procedures. If part of test and medical procedures from the above mentioned health check program are not carried out, this would not lower the price of the coupon and would not be refunded.

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V. Grybo g. 32A, 10318 Vilnius, Lithuania

Working

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Registration:

You can find us

V. Grybo g. 32A, 10318 Vilnius, Lithuania

Working

I-V: 7 a.m.–8 p.m.
VI: 8 a.m.–3 p.m.

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Medicinos diagnostikos ir gydymo centras
V. Grybo g. 32, A
Vilnius, Vilniaus apskritis LT-10318 Lietuva

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