Which Blood Tests
Are Done During
The Check-up

In general, the following blood tests are done during the check-up process:

  • Whole blood analysis and sedimentation
  • Liver function tests
  • Kidney function tests
  • Parameters of the gallbladder
  • Tests on drug use and detoxification functions
  • Jaundice (Hepatitis), erythrocyte metabolism
  • Blood sugar
  • Blood fats (good cholesterol HDL, bad cholesterol, triglyceride, VLDL and total cholesterol, total lipid)
  • Blood fats risk index
  • Minerals (Calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, zinc, iron, and iron-binding capacity)
  • Blood proteins
  • Bilirubin panel
  • Thyroid functions
  • Screening for gout
  • Infection and rheumatism determinants
  • General tumor determinants
  • Prostate tests

Detailed descriptions for each of these tests can be found in the continuation of this article.