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Why screening?

Currently most of us believe in a health-care system based on DISEASE management, where we wait for a disease to occur, and then suffer the consequences which involves lengthy and expensive treatment, and at most times the diseases are irreparable.

Apple A day however believes in a health care based on GOOD HEALTH management where we strive to prevent a disease coming into our lives.

To achieve this Apple A Day has set up India's first exclusive preventive health care system laboratory, and the method we use is a simple process called screening where a battery of tests are conducted periodically to completely prevent a critical disease coming into our lives, if not at least delay it.


Do you know how critical diseases are acquired?

There are 4 main factors for a person to acquire critical diseases like heart disease, different kinds of cancer, kidney and liver failure, even silent killers like diabetes and thyroid.

1.Stress: Is an integral part of today's lifestyle, like stress at work, stress at home and also while commuting.

2.Sedentric lifestyle: Due to today's heavy duty stress levels we have in our day to day lives, many of us tend lead sedentric lifestyles with an indulgence in junk food, smoking and drinking habits ,lack of regular exercise and lack of proper sleep.

3.Genes: transfer of diseases from one generation to the next.

4.Age: An irreversible process by which health deteriorates over time.

Did you know???

  • India is the diabetic capital of the world.
  • India has 10 crores confirmed diabetic patients.
  • 2 people die every minute because of diabetes.
  • Every minute four people die of heart disease in India.
  • Annually 25 lakh people die of heart disease in India, and even more alarming 60% are in the age group of 20-40.
  • Every 5th Indian woman suffers from thyroid imbalances.
  • Currently 5 crore Indians suffer from thyroid cancer.
  • Obesity is one of the main factors for cancer and one in three Indian adults are obese i.e 1.46 billion adults.
  • 54 lakh people have died because of different types of cancer in just the past 5 years.
  • 2.5 people die every minute because of kidney failure.
  • An average of 650 people are dying due to kidney failure that is well over 230,000 Indians a year.
  • 22 people die every hour because of liver failure in India. (2 lac deaths/year)
  • Another important finding is that an average Indian lives up-to the age of 63 but where-as a Japanese or Australian lives up to 86 probably because they respect the body that they live in.

Please understand that repair & replacement is possible for everything in this world except human health, the only option available is maintenance.

To achieve good health we have designed a unique and elaborate health screening consisting of 108 parameters;

Electrolytes (4)

Sodium

Potassium

Chloride

Bi-carbonate


LIPID (9)

Total Cholestrol

HDL Cholestrol

Triglyceride

LDL Cholestrol

VLDL Cholestrol

TC/HDL Ratio

TG/HDL Ratio

HDL/LDL Ratio

LDL/HDL Ratio


Urinogram (24)

Volume

Colour

Appearance

Specific Gravity

Reaction (PH)

Proteins

Glucose

Bile Sats

Bile Pigments

Nitrites

Blood

Ketones

Urobilinogen

Leucocytes

Pus cells

Epithelial cells

RBC

Casts

Crystals

Bacteria

Others

Sediment

Organism

Amorphous Sediment

Diabetic Screening (5)

HbA1c

Avarage Blood Glucose

Microalbuminurea

Urinary Creatinine

Albumin/Creatinine Ratio

FBS


Vitamins (2)

Vitamin D

Vitamin B12


Hepatits B

HBSAG

Iron Defficiency Profile (3)

Total Iron

TIBC

% Transferrin Saturation


Liver Function Test (13)

Total Bilirubin

Direct Bilirubin

Indirect Bilirubin

Alkaline Phosphatase

SGOT

SGPT

GGT

Total Proteins

Albumin

Globulin

Albumin/Globulin Ratio

Total Proteins/Albumin Ratio

AST/ALT Ratio


Renal Profile (7)

Urea

Creatinine

Blood Urea Nitroge(BUN)

BUN/Creatinine Ratio

Uric Acid

Calcium

serum phosphorus


Heamogram (36)

Luecocytes (WBC) count

Neutrophils

Lymphocytes

Monocytes

Eosinophils

Basophils

Atypical Lymphocyte (ALY)

Large Immature Cells (LIC)

Neutrophils-Absolute Count

Lymphocytes -Absolute Count

Monocytes-Absolute Count

Eosinophils - Absolute count

Basophils - Absolute Count

Atypical Lymphocyte (ALY)-Absolute

Large Immature Cells (LIC)-Absolute

Erythrocyte(RBC) Count

Hemoglobin

Hematocrit Volume (PCV)

Mean Corpascular Volume (MCV)

Mean Corpascular Hemoglobin (MCH)

Mean Corpascular hemoglobin Concentration(MCHC)

Platelet Count

RDW - SD

RDW - CV

Platelet Distribution Width (PDW)

Mean Platelet Volume (MPV)

P-LCR

Platelet Crit (PCT)

Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR)

RBC Morphology

WBC Morphology

Immature Cells

Blast Cells

Platelet

Hemoparasites

Impression


Thyroid Profile (3)

T3

T4

TSH

Blood sugar testing which is quite commonly used for diabetes detection is not however, ideal to monitor a patient’s control over diabetes. Hba1c or glycosylated haemoglobin test provides a precise and a broader picture of your overall glucose control for the last 90 days.. It is the measure of glucose which is bound to the hemoglobin (inside RBCs) in an irreversible manner and hence would be present as long as the life of RBC
Liver also known as body’s chemical factory, performs several functions such as converting complex molecules to simpler units and synthesis of immunoglobuins and various other biomolecules essential for fighting infection and toxic injury. Liver profile measures various molecules in the blood reflecting whether the liver has been functioning normally or not thereby helping us to measure the liver injury.
The heart profile consists of 9 major profiles which help in early detection. Early detection is hence advisable to keep cholesterol& triglycerides under check to keep the heart healthy.
The principal function of the thyroid gland is the synthesis and secretion of thyroid hormones, thyroxine (T4) and tri-iodothyronine (T3), which circulate in the body through the blood stream and aid in overall body metabolism. They are controlled by another hormone called TSH (Thyroid stimulating Hormone) from pituitary gland. The values help in evaluating function of the thyroid gland-hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.
The kidneys play an important role in maintaining the fluid and electrolyte balance by retaining the required substances and excreting undesired substances in the form of urine and thus maintaining the PH, for the optimum functioning of the body. It also plays a vital Role in regulating blood pressure by reabsorption and excretion of electrolytes and regulates The workload on heart. A renal profile is a group of diagnostic test to collect information About kidney function.
A Blood test done that measures the main electrolytes in the body-sodium, potassium, and Chloride can be used to evaluate symptoms of heart disease and monitor the effectiveness Of treatments for high blood pressure, heart failure ,liver and kidney disease.
Vitamin D, traditionally known as anti ricket factor or sunshine factor synthesized in the body And functions as a hormone. Vitamin D deficiency can cause several disorders like osteoporosis, scierosis, bone fragility, hypertension, chronic fatigue, depression, heart Diseases, diabetes is crucial for proper formation of red blood cells and normal functioning of brain And nervous system, its deficiency if left untreated can result in anaemia as well as Irreversible nerve and brain damage.
The complete blood profile consisting of 34 major parameters, it helps to indicate any blood infections or inflammations of any kind, including cancer.
an extensive urine profile consisting of 21 major parameters to detect urinary infections or inflammations of any kind.
A microalbumin urine test is done to check for protein albumin in the urine. The test helps to detect the condition called microalbuminuria which is caused by kidney damage due to diabetes, high blood pressure, cirrhosis or heart failure. If not reated early large amounts of albumin may leak into the urine, leading to serious kidney damage.
Hepatitis B is caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV). HBV can cause damage to the genetic material inside liver cells. This can lead to liver cancer which, like hepatitis, can also be fatal. Viral hepatitis is a major public health problem of global importance with an estimated 300 million worldwide HBV carriers..

If you have to get such an elaborate health-screening done, you need to spend at least half a day at any other diagnostic facility or hospitals.
The best thing about "Apple A Day" is that these tests are conducted in less than 10 minutes at your doorstep by our trained phlebotomists which will save your time and effort.
In 24 hours from the time of sample collection we will send the soft copy of the report to your email id followed by the hard copy through courier .

PRICE IS THE KEY DECISION MAKER IN ANY BUYING.
Such an extensive screening at any other top end diagnostic facility / hospital will minimum cost 8000-12000/- per person.
However with Apple A Day this elaborate 108 parameter health screening will only cost 4998/- per person.
To make it even more better, Apple A Day is the first health care company to launch EMI options across multiple banks spread over 3,6,9 & 12 months.
Expenses on health screening up-to Rs.5000/year is eligible for tax exemption under section 80(D) if done for self, spouse, children or parents.

Preventive health-screening are a window to our present health status.
The preventive health-screening report provided by Apple A Day is very user-friendly and easy to interpret.All normal values and ranges are provided for the customer to assess his or her readings.
However,if the customer feels that a doctor needs to go over their reports for a proper assessment, Apple A Day has introduced a first of its kind value-add service for the customer wherein the customer can have a choice of tele-consultation, an email-review or a personalized consultation with our in-house doctor regarding their reports by coming down to our facility.
You may book for an appointment either by calling us or mailing us.

The roadmap to "GOOD HEALTH"

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