RPM Basic

In light of the changing lifestyle and increased amount of stress in the daily life, we do not believe that prevention is more important than cure, but rather that PREVENTION IS THE ONLY CURE IN THE WORLD. We don’t realize anything is wrong with our bodies until major damage has been done due to negligence. Until diseases flare up, most diseases are asymptomatic, meaning no symptoms are present. It is unlikely that the disease can be reversed or treated at this point. It is unlikely that the disease can be reversed or treated at this point. Designed to give you a complete picture of your body, our preventive check-up packages provide you with a comprehensive picture of every system. You will be able to see if your body is likely to develop a disease in the near future based on these tests. This package covers the following profiles/tests:



There are several important functions that vitamin D plays in the body, which makes it an important vitamin. A good source of calcium is vitamin D, which is essential for the absorption of calcium from food. In addition to modulating cell growth, neuromuscular function, and the immune system, it also reduces inflammation.

The role of vitamin D in growth cannot be overstated. In some cases, it can cause osteoporosis, hormonal disorders (such as menstrual cycle disturbances and infertility), reduced immunity, and even cancer in some cases.

A Vitamin D deficiency can be rectified, but regaining a healthy body function may take time.


Vitamin B12 plays an important role in metabolism. In addition to forming red blood cells, it maintains the central nervous system. Vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to anemia, mouth ulcers, and abnormal skin texture.


Testosterone plays a key role in maintaining proper neuromuscular function and secondary male characteristics. In addition to other tests, it can be used to determine prostate cancer risk.



An HbA1c test provides information about a person’s average blood glucose level for the last three months. This makes it a very important prognostic test. Early detection and treatment of diabetes will allow a person to live a full and normal life. An undiagnosed condition can cause multiple serious complications affecting the heart, kidneys, and brain.


In the Complete Hemogram, you will receive 20+ tests to determine the status of all your blood cells. RBC and WBC variations can be detected by this test. Hemoglobin levels are studied, which make you look pale if low. It is helpful to study the platelet count in order to determine if there are any bleeding disorders.



An analysis of the liver profile can help diagnose problems related to the liver caused by various factors, such as dietary habits, medications, and alcohol use. Liver blood tests are generally used to detect injuries or inflammations of the liver. A doctor should be consulted immediately if there is any disturbance, as it may result in serious complications, including liver cancer [hepatocellular carcinoma].



In addition to showing the health of the circulatory system, the Lipid Profile also indicates the individual’s risk of a cardio-vascular incident. Having a cholesterol test is important because high cholesterol levels are a significant risk factor for heart disease, and they usually do not show any signs or symptoms. The fatty deposits in your blood vessels may cause a reduced blood supply to the vital organs of our bodies when you have high cholesterol.



In the Renal Profile, the kidneys are tested for their ability to make urine and their ability to filter harmful substances from the blood. In addition, it checks for dehydration. The delay in treating any abnormality can result in an increase in blood pressure, as well as a reduction in the kidneys’ ability to function. If left untreated, kidney function can be completely lost if left untreated.



An iron deficiency profile checks if the body is capable of producing hemoglobin and red blood cells. Tests such as these help determine whether a person has an iron deficiency or an iron overload. During these tests, people with anemia can determine whether the condition is due to iron deficiency or some other illness, such as chronic blood loss. With proper medical advice, any deficiency can be cured. Chronic fatigue and nutritional disturbances can be caused by neglect.



All body functions are controlled by the thyroid gland, directly or indirectly. Any deviations should be reported to a doctor as soon as possible and treated. Symptoms of thyroid dysfunction include severe hormonal disturbances, irregular menstrual cycles, infertility, impotency, dry and brittle hair, and weight loss if left untreated. It can affect the growth of children.

In a urine routine or urinalysis, the appearance, concentration, and contents of the urine are examined for abnormalities. It is possible for the results of a urinalysis to indicate a disease or illness if they are abnormal. Infections of the urinary tract, kidney disease, and diabetes can all be diagnosed and managed with urinalysis.

  • Physician Consultation

  • Diabetic Screen

    • Average Blood Glucose
    • HbA1c - Glycated Haemoglobin

  • Lipid Profile

    • Total Cholesterol
    • HDL Cholesterol
    • LDL Cholesterol
    • VLDL Cholesterol
    • Triglycerides
    • CHOL / HDL Ratio
    • Non-HDL Cholesterol

  • Liver Profile

    • Albumin Serum
    • Alkaline Phosphatase
    • Bilirubin Direct
    • Bilirubin Indirect
    • Bilirubin Total
    • GGTP Gamma GT
    • Serum Albumin / Globulin Ratio
    • Serum Globulin
    • SGOT (AST)
    • SGPT (ALT)
    • Protein Serum

  • Thyroid Profile

    • T3 Total
    • T4 Total
    • TSH

  • Hemogram (20 tests)

  • Iron Deficiency Profile

    • Serum Iron
    • TIBC - Total Iron Binding Capacity
    • Unsaturated Iron Binding Capacity (UIBC)

  • Kidney Profile / Renal Profile

    • Creatinine
    • Calcium
    • Uric Acid
    • Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
    • Urea

  • Urine Routine ( 19 Tests)