Check-up Programs

Check-up Programs

All the necessary check-ups of the patient are carried out in one or two days and the medical practitioner elaborates an individual treatment plan and provides the respective recommendations.

One of the most important advantages of the complex diagnostics Check-up programme is the opportunity to diagnose diseases in their early stage, while they evolve without any apparent symptoms. This approach allows stopping disease progression if not completely, then at least minimizing its potential complications. Using preventive health examination systems, it is possible to substantially increase the patient’s quality of life. Besides, on some occasions diagnostics carried out in a timely manner can even save the patient’s life!

AIWA Clinic offers various Check-up programmes, which are available only in the best clinics of Europe:

Check-Up ACTIVE LIFE

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2 days

Regular health check-ups allow preserving a high quality of life. Thanks to the Check-up diagnostics system, medical practitioners get an opportunity to cure up to 95 % of diseases, which are diagnosed at their early stage.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the risks of the potential diseases, including oncological, in a short period of time. On the basis of the medical examination and test results, diagnosis is stated and the respective specialist provides a consultation.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by an oculist;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver, kidney and thyroid gland functions,
    • Hypercoagulation screening to test the D-dimer level;
  • Urine and stool tests (with the occult blood test);
  • Ultrasonography (USG) of abdominal organs;
  • Digital roentgenoscopy of lungs (Rtg);
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Additional cardiology tests: veloergometry (cardiac stress test during a physical exercise) and echocardiography;
  • Dopplerography of lower limbs, head and neck blood vessels;
  • Computer tomography (CT) of one section of the spine;
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up ANGIO

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2-3 days

When translated from Latin, “angiography” means the “picture of blood vessels”. The cause of death for each third individual is related to cardiovascular diseases. Sedentary life, bad habits, unhealthy diet, poor ecological state of the surrounding environment and many other factors characteristic to the modern-day life give rise to the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the risks of the potential cardiovascular diseases. On the basis of the medical examination and test results, diagnosis is stated and the respective specialist provides a consultation.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by a phlebologist;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver, kidney, pancreas and thyroid gland functions,
    • Hypercoagulation screening to test the D-dimer level,
    • C-Reactive Protein (CRP) test to detect inflammation,
    • Risk assessment of the damage of blood vessels caused by atherosclerosis (homocysteine level test);
  • Urine and stool tests (with the occult blood test);
  • Digital roentgenoscopy of lungs (Rtg);
  • Magnetic resonance (MR) of blood vessels in the head or computer tomography (CT) of the head with blood-vessel angiography;
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Echocardiography (cardiac ultrasound examination);
  • Dopplerography of lower limbs, head and neck blood vessels;
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up ANTI-STROKE

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2 days

It is impossible to avoid the consequences of the stroke. However, it is possible to work on preconditions to ensure a complete or partial regeneration of the health condition. Correct diagnostics and mandatory complex rehabilitation are part of the preconditions, which allow to renew the damaged brain functions and to prevent the reoccurrence of the stroke.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient after a stroke; to elaborate the treatment schedule and individual rehabilitation plan; to provide recommendations by a specialist.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by a neurologist;
  • Consultation by an ophthalmologist;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver, kidney and thyroid gland functions,
  • Computer tomography (CT) of the head with the blood-vessel angiography;
  • Dopplerography of lower limbs, head and neck blood vessels;
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Additional cardiology tests: monitoring of arterial blood pressure within a 24-hour period;
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up CARDIO

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2-3 days

Heart failure nowadays is diagnosed not only as a condition popular among seniors, but also among younger people aged only 30-40. Development of pathologies in early stages evolves with hardly any apparent symptoms, and the disease can continue progressing in a latent form with patients paying no attention to occasional symptoms. Diagnostics allow not only to detect the risks of cardiovascular diseases, but also to assess the functional load of the heart, which is important, when, for example, planning exercises and sports activities.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the risks of the potential diseases of the cardiovascular system, including stroke and myocardial infraction, in a short period of time. On the basis of the medical examination and test results, diagnosis is stated and the respective specialist provides a consultation.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by an oculist;
  • Consultation by a cardiologist;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver, kidney, pancreas and thyroid gland functions,
    • Hypercoagulation screening to test the D-dimer level;
    • C-Reactive Protein (CRP) test to detect inflammation;
  • Urine and stool tests (with the occult blood test);
  • Digital roentgenoscopy of lungs (Rtg);
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Additional cardiology tests: veloergometry (cardiac stress test during a physical exercise), echocardiography, monitoring of arterial blood pressure and heart rate within a 24-hour period (with Holter’s method);
  • Dopplerography of lower limbs, head and neck blood vessels;
  • Computer tomography (CT) of one section of the spine;
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up GASTRO

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2-3 days

Even on those occasions, when such symptoms as unpleasant feeling in the stomach, irregular bowel movements, sickness and weakness are not very explicit, yet repeat on a regular basis, it is advisable to carry out the gastroenterological examination. It allows to diagnose many diseases, including the stomach cancer, as well as other pathologies of the stomach and gastrointestinal track (gastritis, hepatitis, gallstones, pancreatitis, the presence of ulcers or helicobacter) and to proceed to effective treatment.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the risks of the potential diseases of the stomach and gastrointestinal track in a short period of time. On the basis of the medical examination and test results, diagnosis is stated and the respective specialist provides a consultation.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by a gastroenterologist;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver and kidney functions,
    • ImuPro food intolerance and allergy test, helicobacter pylori test (H. Pylori);
  • Urine and stool tests (with the occult blood test);
  • Ultrasonography (USG) of abdominal organs;
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Fibrogastroscopy (in anaesthesia and taking a biopsy sample);
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up GOLDEN STANDARD FOR MEN

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2 days

For preventive purposes, as well as for early diagnosis of prostate diseases, including malignant tumours, it is advisable for men after 40 to carry out urological check-ups on a regular basis.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the risks of the potential diseases, including oncological, in a short period of time. During this type of check-ups, special attention is paid to the specific “male risks”, for example, the prostate diseases, prostate adenoma, etc. On the basis of the medical examination and test results, diagnosis is stated and the respective specialist provides a consultation.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by an urologist;
  • Consultation by on oculist;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver, kidney and thyroid gland functions,
    • Risk assessment of osteoporosis development,
    • Risk assessment of prostate cancer and adenoma, the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test,
    • Risk assessment of oncological diseases in the stomach and gastrointestinal tract (tumour marker CA 19-9);
  • Urine and stool tests (with the occult blood test);
  • Ultrasonography (USG) of abdominal organs, prostate and thyroid gland;
  • Digital roentgenoscopy of lungs (Rtg);
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Echocardiography or veloergometry (cardiac stress test during a physical exercise);
  • Dopplerography of lower limbs, head and neck blood vessels;
  • Computer tomography (CT) of head or one section of the spine or magnetic resonance (MR);
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up GOLDEN STANDARD FOR WOMEN

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2 days

The optimum regularity of gynaecological examinations for women is 1-2 times a year. According to the research, there is evidence that health problems are diagnosed for 10% of patients, even if there are no complaints or apparent symptoms.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the risks of the potential diseases, including oncological, in a short period of time. During this type of check-ups, special attention is paid to the gynaecologic organs. On the basis of the medical examination and test results, diagnosis is stated and the respective specialist provides a consultation.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by an oculist;
  • Consultation by a gynaecologist, including gynaecological examinations with ultrasonography (USG) and taking samples for cytological (oncocytology) and bacterial tests;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver, kidney and thyroid gland functions,
    • Risk assessment of osteoporosis development,
    • Risk assessment of oncological diseases in the gynaecologic organs, as well as the stomach and gastrointestinal tract (tumour markers CA 19-9, CA-125, CA 15-13);
  • Urine and stool tests (with the occult blood test);
  • Ultrasonography (USG) of abdominal organs, both breast glands and thyroid gland (with sonoelastography);
  • Digital roentgenoscopy of lungs (Rtg);
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Echocardiography or veloergometry (cardiac stress test during a physical exercise);
  • Dopplerography of lower limbs, head and neck blood vessels;
  • Computer tomography (CT) of head or one section of the spine or magnetic resonance (MR);
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up NEIRO STOP DIZZINESS

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2 days

There are more than 80 causes to dizziness. Part of them (for example, when feeling exhausted, hungry or on the occasions of motion sickness) may be considered relatively harmless. Yet, often dizziness can be related to serious diseases. Therefore, in the event of regular dizziness, it is important to diagnose the cause.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the cause of the dizziness; to elaborate an individual rehabilitation plan; to provide recommendations by a specialist.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by an oculist;
  • Consultation by an otolaryngologist (a specialist in ear, nose and throat diseases and disorders);
  • Consultation by a neurologist;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver functions,
    • Hypercoagulation screening to test the D-dimer level;
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Additional cardiology tests: echocardiography, monitoring of arterial blood pressure and heart rate within a 24-hour period (with Holter’s method);
  • Dopplerography of lower limbs, head and neck blood vessels;
  • Computer tomography (CT) of the neck section of the spine and magnetic resonance (MR) of the head;
  • Consultation by a medical practitioner – rehabilitologist, which includes elaboration of an individual rehabilitation plan;
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up NEURO HEALTHY SPINE

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2 days

Backache is popular among those people, who due to the specifics of professional routine or modern-day lifestyle have a sedentary life. Individually elaborated complex of treatment measures allow to renew the health condition of the spine and thus to improve the life quality.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the cause of the backache; to elaborate an individual rehabilitation plan; to provide recommendations by a specialist.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by a neurologist;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver, kidney and thyroid gland functions,
    • C-Reactive Protein (CRP) test to detect inflammation;
  • General urine tests;
  • Ultrasonography of abdominal organs and prostate (for men) or ultrasonography of gynaecologic organs (for women);
  • Computer tomography (CT) of the head or one section of the body or magnetic resonance (MR);
  • Consultation by a physiotherapist, which includes elaboration of an individual rehabilitation plan;
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up NEURO STOP HEADACHE

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2 days

Headache can occur during a cold or as a result of feeling exhausted. However, if the headache is frequent and continuous, there is a serious reason to carry out medical examination in order to find the cause, because such pain may also be related to formations and inflammation in the head, as well as to intracranial bleeds.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the cause of the headaches; to elaborate an individual rehabilitation plan; to provide recommendations by a specialist.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by an oculist;
  • Consultation by an otolaryngologist (a specialist in ear, nose and throat diseases and disorders);
  • Consultation by an neurologist;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver and thyroid gland functions,
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Additional cardiology tests: echocardiography, monitoring of arterial blood pressure and heart rate within a 24-hour period (with Holter’s method);
  • Dopplerography of lower limbs, head and neck blood vessels;
  • Computer tomography (CT) of the neck section of the spine and nasal cavities;
  • Magnetic resonance (MR) of the head;
  • Consultation by a medical practitioner – rehabilitologist, which includes elaboration of an individual rehabilitation plan;
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up PROCTO

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2-3 days

Haemorrhoidal disease is one of the most popular rectal diseases in the world. In one or another stage it is diagnosed in 8 people out of 10. Contradictory to the assumption that proctologic diseases are popular only among men at older age, in fact, they frequently occur to men and women aged only 30. Taking into account the delicate nature of this problem, AIWA Clinic provides an opportunity to choose a female medical practitioner – specialist of proctology.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the risks of the potential proctologic diseases. On the basis of the medical examination and test results, diagnosis is stated and the respective specialist provides a consultation.

The programme includes:

  • Consultation by a proctologist and the proctologic examination;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver and kidney functions,
    • Hypercoagulation screening to test the D-dimer level,
    • C-Reactive Protein (CRP) test to detect inflammation;
  • Urine and stool tests (with the occult blood test);
  • Ultrasonography (USG) of abdominal organs;
  • Rectoscopy (in anaesthesia);
  • The concluding discussion with the proctologist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up PULMO

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 2-3 days

The condition of the respiratory system plays a crucial role in the quality of life and especially the possibilities to lead an active lifestyle. Great health condition of the respiratory system improves physical and mental work capacities, as well as the emotional state.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the risks of the potential diseases of the respiratory system and allergic status in a short period of time. On the basis of the medical examination and test results, diagnosis is stated and the respective specialist provides a consultation.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • Consultation by a pulmonologist;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver, kidney and thyroid gland functions,
    • C-Reactive Protein (CRP) test to detect inflammation,
    • Risk assessment of allergic reactions: testing IgE antibody levels;
  • Urine and stool tests (with the occult blood test);
  • Ultrasonography (USG) of abdominal organs;
  • Computer tomography (CT) of lungs;
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Additional cardiology tests: veloergometry (cardiac stress test during a physical exercise) and echocardiography;
  • Spirometry;
  • Dopplerography of lower limb blood vessels;
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

Check-Up STANDARD

DURATION OF THE PROCEDURES: 1–2 days

The World Health Organization recommends to carry out annual health examinations for preventive purposes at the age of 40, even if there are no complains or apparent health disorders. By obtaining information about the dynamics of important health indicators in a timely manner, it is possible to diagnose diseases in their early stage, and it is of a crucial importance in the process of recovery.

The aim of the programme: in clinical facilities to obtain complete and reliable information about the health condition of a patient and to study the risks of the potential diseases in a short period of time. On the basis of the medical examination and test results, diagnosis is stated and the respective specialist provides a consultation.

The programme includes:

  • Initial health examination by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases – and preparation of the health examination schedule;
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver, kidney and thyroid gland functions;
  • General urine and stool tests;
  • Ultrasonography (USG) of abdominal organs, prostate (men) or both breast glands (women) and thyroid gland;
  • Digital roentgenoscopy of lungs (Rtg);
  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) with 12 leads: tracing and interpretation;
  • Computer tomography (CT) of head or one section of the spine or magnetic resonance (MR);
  • The concluding discussion with the medical practitioner-internist, during which the patient receives thorough explanations regarding the check-up results, as well as professional recommendations regarding treatment and preventive measures.

FIRST AID TO YOUR SPINE

In the developed countries of the world, backache, which usually localizes in the lumbar region, is one of the most popular causes of incapacity for work after a cold. Treatment usually takes place at home; however, assistance from a qualified medical staff will help you to reduce the pain syndrome in the first few hours, as well as provide an opportunity to choose the most effective treatment schedule.

The aim of the programme: to provide qualified medical services in the event of acute backache; to provide recommendations by a specialist.

The programme includes:

  • Home visit by an internist – the specialist of internal diseases;
  • Repeated home visits by a nurse;
  • Treatment: infusion (intravenous) therapy; injections (intravenous and intramuscular);
  • General clinical and biochemical blood tests:
    • Glucose and cholesterol level tests,
    • Assessment of liver, kidney and thyroid gland functions,
    • C-Reactive Protein (CRP) test to detect inflammation;
  • General urine tests.

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