Panormou - 40, Ampelokipoi, Athens, Zip Code 11523

Check Up Health Optimization Women over 70 Screening Check Up Panel

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Screening Check Up for women over 65 uses the tests of Young Women Screening Check up as described in the following table :

Test / AnalyteDescription / Detects - Measures
Complete Blood Count - Measurement Hematocrit, Red -White Blood Cells - Platelets and Morphology
Detects Anaemias, Infections - Bone marrow disorders.
Indications of chronic deseases
Erythrocyte Sedimentation RateChronic Inflammations - infections
CRP-hsAccute Inflammations - infections.
Cardiovascular risk factor
UreaRenal function
CreatininineRenal function
Uric AcidArthritis
Nutritional assesment
Total CholesterolCardiovascular Risk Factors
Cholesterol Dietary intake
Drug therapy assessment
HDL Cholesterol
LDL Cholesterol
Atheromatosis Index
Liver Enzyme γ-GTLiver function test
Hepatitis B/C - drug -alcohol induced - fatty liver - cancer etc
Liver enzymes ALT & AST
UrineBladder health
Kidney function

Iron -FerritineDietary adequasy - Malabsorption - Gastrointestinal Loss
CalciumEndocrine disorders
Thyroid stimulating hormone TSHControl of thyroid gland
Vitamin B12Neurologiac & Cardiovascular protection
Vitamine 25 (OH) D3Immune system support - Bone calcium uptake

Cardiovascular risk markers (HDL cholesterol – homocysteine ​​and fibrinogen) are of limited interest in women of these ages, and are therefore omitted unless there is another reason.

The additional selected screening tests though for the age, are :

Electrolytes – Sodium (Na +), Potassium (K +) and Chlorine (Cl-)

The most important salts of the body regulated by kidneys. Impaired renal function, medications – cardiac drugs, dehydration, loss of thirst sense, may alter seriously electrolyte levels. High or low levels of electolytes cause confusion, drowsiness, degradation in mental functions, disruption of cardiac function.

Calcium (Ca), Phosphorus (P) and Magnesium (Mg)

Trace elements with high impact on the overall health. Nutrition problems, malabsorption, medication, can significantly alter their levels. Μetabolic disorders, hormonal imbalance, and chronic deaseases may underline also ubnormal levels in trace elements. Among the most common situations in elderly persons are muscle cramps (magnesium deficiency), and high calcium levels due to chronic vitamin D deficiency.

Total Proteins, Albumin and Globulins

Mainly used to evaluate the proper nutrition, hepatic and renal function and the overall health of the immune system.


Autoimmune disorders

  • RF indicative test for the detection of rheumatism

Tumour Markers

  • CEA, CA-125, CA 15-3, CA 19-9  ovarian – breast – intestine inflammation / tumor markers

The following tests are required under the criteria of age and staff – family history

Breast Ultrasound ImagingBreast CancerAvailable in Center
MamographyBreast Cancer
Triplex HeartCardiac function assessmentAvailable in Center
ColonoscopyIntestine cancerAvailable by Partner


Information selected by :

  • Interpretation of Diagnostic Tests – J.Wallach


The exact choice of tests required, is under the responsibility of your treating physician

Editor: I. Gratsias  Lab Director / Clinical Biochemist

Last Update May 2019

Medical Tests performed with analytical systems and reagents


Recomendations -preparation for blood sampling :
  • Should have a mandatory meal previous night.
  • Last meal should be up to 11-12 hours before blood sampling.
  • Evening meal prefered to have the least possible animal fat.
  • In the morning should not have any lunch. Coffee without sugar and water are free.
For urine collection:
  • First urination sample is preferable
  • Prior urination, a local wash with plenty of water is prefered, with no use of soap.
  • Results are given within day.
  • Women over 70 Screening Check Up at  Euros ( initial price   euros)
  • For charges in optional tests or any other additional tests, please ask us

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