Routine Medical Care

Routine medical checkup is seen as effective in preventing illness and promoting health as well as reducing morbidity and mortality.

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Our purpose of a Health Maintenance Services at EuroMed is to focus on overall patient wellness and preventive healthcare while keeping costs low through innovative quality products and equipments.

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Full Blood Count

A complete blood count (CBC) is a test that counts the cells that make up the blood: red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.A full blood count (FBC) test looks for abnormalities in the blood, such as unusually high or low numbers of blood cells. This common blood test can help to diagnose a wide range of illnesses, infections and diseases. Doctors may order a CBC as part of a routine checkup".

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MRI Diagnostic

MRI uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues within the body.
Since its invention, doctors and researchers continue to refine MRI techniques to assist in medical procedures and research. The development of MRI revolutionized medicine.

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The development of the MRI scan represents a huge milestone for the medical world. Doctors, scientists, and researchers are now able to examine the inside of the human body in high detail using a non-invasive tool.

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X-Ray Diagnostic

An X-ray is an imaging study that takes pictures of bones and soft tissues. X-rays use safe amounts of radiation to create these pictures. The images help healthcare providers diagnose a wide range of conditions and plan treatments. Usually, providers use X-rays to evaluate broken bones, dislocated joints and other bone injuries.

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The dose of radiation you will receive depends on the area of your body being examined. Smaller areas such as the hand receive a lesser dose compared to a larger area such as the spine. On average, the dose of radiation is roughly the same as you would receive from the general environment in about one week.

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