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Health packages

At Confido, we truly believe that the most efficient way to stay healthy is to prevent disease. Our various health packages give you the opportunity to get a comprehensive overview of your health status. You can opt for any of the packages available, depending on what you consider important or are concerned with. The packages include an assessment of your individual health risks and indicators and provide recommendations on how to take even better care of your health or alleviate existing conditions. If necessary, you will be referred for additional testing and asked to come to a consultation with our experienced doctors or a specialist if a health package reveals a reason to do so.

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    Health check package for men

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    The men’s month health check-up package provides an initial overview of the body’s current condition. The package includes general primary health indicators that assess the man’s state of health and possible health risks resulting from lifestyle and age. 

    • 75 €
      • Blood test (full blood count, cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, glycohaemoglobin, ALT or alanine aminotransferase, GGT, vitamin D, testosterone)
        • Full blood count – gives an overview of the oxygen transport capacity of the blood and evaluates the body’s defensive potential against pathogens.
          • It helps detect the presence of several diseases, e.g. anaemia, infectious diseases, inflammations, bleeding disorders, hematopoietic diseases.
          • Enables indirect assessment of fluid balance in the body
        • Cholesterol, HDL cholesterol and LDL cholesterol
          • Cholesterol is an important component of cell membranes and a necessary substance for the synthesis of steroid hormones and bile acids.
          • Helps assess the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases
        • Triglycerides
          • Together with cholesterol, HDL cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, enables the assessment of lipid metabolism
          • Helps explain the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases; an elevated level is an important risk factor
        • Glycohaemoglobin
          • Helps to assess the increased risk for developing diabetes
          • Suitable for monitoring the course of diabetes
          • Enables assessment of carbohydrate metabolism
        • ALT (Alanine Aminotransferase) – enables assessment of the condition of the liver cells
        • GGT – detects possible liver diseases and monitors treatment
        • Vitamin D
          • Necessary for calcium absorption and thus important for strong bones and teeth
          • Important for muscle function and coordination
          • Essential for the functioning of the immune system
        • Testosterone – adequate levels of the male hormone testosterone are important for normal sexual function, sperm production and muscle tone.
      • Blood pressure measurement – an increase in blood pressure affects the cardiovascular system the most, therefore it is important to check your blood pressure regularly even if there are no complaints. Important risk factors for developing high blood pressure are neglecting your work and rest regime as well as unhealthy eating habits. The risk of the disease increases with smoking, excess consumption of alcohol and salt, lack of physical activity and stress. Heredity and age are also important. The risk of developing high blood pressure increases with age.
      • Body mass index (BMI) measurement, including assessment of obesity – the accumulation of adipose tissue viscerally, i.e. inside the abdomen, is an indicator of disease risk because it is associated with the development and worsening of several diseases.
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    • 90 €
      • Blood test (full blood count, cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, glycohaemoglobin, ALT or alanine aminotransferase, GGT, vitamin D, testosterone)
        • Full blood count – gives an overview of the oxygen transport capacity of the blood and evaluates the body’s defensive potential against pathogens.
          • It helps detect the presence of several diseases, e.g. anaemia, infectious diseases, inflammations, bleeding disorders, hematopoietic diseases.
          • Enables indirect assessment of fluid balance in the body
        • Cholesterol, HDL cholesterol and LDL cholesterol
          • Cholesterol is an important component of cell membranes and a necessary substance for the synthesis of steroid hormones and bile acids.
          • Helps assess the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases
        • Triglycerides
          • Together with cholesterol, HDL cholesterol and LDL cholesterol, enables the assessment of lipid metabolism
          • Helps explain the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases; an elevated level is an important risk factor
        • Glycohaemoglobin
          • Helps to assess the increased risk for developing diabetes
          • Suitable for monitoring the course of diabetes
          • Enables assessment of carbohydrate metabolism
        • ALT (Alanine Aminotransferase) – enables assessment of the condition of the liver cells
        • GGT – detects possible liver diseases and monitors treatment
        • Vitamin D
          • Necessary for calcium absorption and thus important for strong bones and teeth
          • Important for muscle function and coordination
          • Essential for the functioning of the immune system
        • Testosterone – adequate levels of the male hormone testosterone are important for normal sexual function, sperm production and muscle tone.
        • Uric acid – high levels of uric acid are a risk factor for kidney damage and heart disease. The test makes it possible to assess a metabolic disorder of uric acid. For example, with high levels, a joint disease called gout may develop.
        • AST (Aspartate Aminotransferase) – to assess possible liver damage.
        • PSA (prostate-specific antigen) – to assess the risk of prostate cancer. Contributes to the diagnosis of prostate inflammation and benign enlargement.
      • Blood pressure measurement – an increase in blood pressure affects the cardiovascular system the most, therefore it is important to check your blood pressure regularly even if there are no complaints. Important risk factors for developing high blood pressure are neglecting your work and rest regime as well as unhealthy eating habits. The risk of the disease increases with smoking, excess consumption of alcohol and salt, lack of physical activity and stress. Heredity and age are also important. The risk of developing high blood pressure increases with age.
      • Body mass index (BMI) measurement, including assessment of obesity – the accumulation of adipose tissue viscerally, i.e. inside the abdomen, is an indicator of disease risk because it is associated with the development and worsening of several diseases.
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    The analysis results are sent by e-mail or telephone. If any analysis is out of order, a remote consultation with a general practitioner will take place (included in the package price).

    Before the health check, please do not eat or drink for 2-3 hours (you can drink unflavoured water). We also recommended avoiding eating fatty foods the night before.

    We provide this service

    Confido Medical Centre
    Veerenni 51, Tallinn
    Viru clinic
    Viru Väljak 4, Tallinn
    Rocca Al Mare Walk-in clinic
    Paldiski maantee 102, Tallinn
    Lasnamäe Walk-in clinic
    Mustakivi 13, Tallinn
    Nautica Walk-in clinic
    Ahtri 9, Tallinn
    Raatuse Health Centre
    Raatuse 21, Tartu
    Tartu Walk-in clinic
    Ringtee 75, Tartu
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    Service: Health check package for men

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