Physical review and assessment by the doctor coordinating the check-up, a specialist in Internal Medicine. Report on your life habits, family history and previous pathologies.
Blood and urine analysis: exhaustive general profile and study of tumour antigens.
PA and lateral thorax x-ray: assesses cardiac or pulmonary pathologies.
Abdomen-pelvis ultrasound: shows us the status of different organs: liver, gallbladder, spleen, kidneys, pancreas and urinary tract.
Doppler ultrasonography of the supra-aortic trunks: non-invasive study of the carotid and vertebral arteries to analyse the blood flow that supplies the brain.
CT Calcium Score: allows us to know the degree of calcification of the coronary arteries.
Venous and arterial Doppler ultrasonography of the lower extremities: allows us to study veins and arteries throughout their journey in order to detect and prevent varicose veins, thrombi and other pathologies of the circulatory system.
Densitometry: measures the density of calcium in bones.
Brain MRI: study of the central nervous system with magnetic resonance in order to assess possible vascular malformations or the risk of stroke.
Electrocardiogram: gives us a record of the electrical activity of the heart and detects different pathologies, such as growth of the cardiac cavities or alterations in the rhythm of the heart.
Echocardiogram: analyses the size and function of the heart, the state of the valves and the passage of blood through them in order to diagnose heart diseases.
Ergometry (stress test): analyses the heart’s response to exercise and maximum effort. The pulse, tension and electrical activity of the heart are measured while the patient walks on a treadmill. It allows us to detect pathologies like anginas and arrhythmias.
Spirometry: assesses the pulmonary function and allows early detection of alterations in lung function.
Consult with a specialist in ophthalmology: visual and optical tests for the early detection of glaucoma, cataracts and other pathologies.
Consult with a specialist in otorhinolaryngology: review of hearing and the upper respiratory tract, performance of audiometry and fibrescopy. The purpose is to measure hearing ability and to detect possible diseases.
Consult with a specialist in urology: physical exploration and flowmetry in order to detect and prevent the development of diseases of the urinary system, especially the prostate.
Study of the digestive system: including a colonoscopy and gastroscopy under sedation. This allows us to rule out the start of tumour processes in the digestive tract, gastric atrophy, etc.
Consult with a specialist in dermatology: to assess skin lesions.
Food intolerance test: this allows us to analyse the reaction of the patient’s antibodies to more than 200 foods and identify those that they reject, which can cause conditions such as headache, stomach ache, diarrhoea, becoming overweight, chronic fatigue, skin problems and even inflammation of the joints.
Final consultation with the coordinating doctor: general assessment of the tests and indication of the actions required based on the results. Subsequently, the patient will receive a file of the explorations with the detailed final report and the recommendations to follow.
Approximate duration: 8 hours
Days conducted: Thursdays and Fridays