Child Check Up

The results are evaluated by the specialist pediatrician, necessary explanations and recommendations are given, and they are directed to the relevant branch physician about the abnormal results. It is necessary to fast 12 hours before arrival for Check-Up

Child Check Up

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The child includes a complete physical examination and tests. At this exam, the checkup center will check the child's growth and development to find or prevent problems. Our doctor records your child's height, weight and other important information. Checkup and other screening tests will be part of the child checkup. Even if your child is healthy, a child check up is a good decision to focus on your child's well-being. Talking to our doctor about ways to improve and prevent problems with a child check-up helps your child stay healthy.

Child Check Up Benefits

- Prevention. Your child receives regular vaccinations to prevent illness. Hepatitis Meningitis, Pneumonia etc. You can also ask your doctor about nutrition and transmission at home and at school.
- Growth and development tracking. See how much your child has grown since the last checkup and talk to your doctor about your child's progress. You can discuss your child's milestones, social behavior, and learning.
- Increasing concerns. Before you talk to the doctor about your child, make a list of topics such as your dialogue with the child, their behavior, sleeping, eating, illness or good relations with other family members. Prepare the first three to five questions or concerns to talk to your doctor at the beginning of the visit.
- Approach as a team. Regular checkups create strong and trusting relationships between the pediatrician, parent, and child. A good child checkup is recommended as a way for pediatricians and parents to serve children's health needs. This team approach helps promote a child's optimal physical, mental and social health.

Nutrition advice :

Appropriate diet for age balanced diet
Breastfeeding information
Diet and intellectual development
fluoride in the diet
baby formulas
Obesity in children

Growth and development :

Baby – newborn development
toddler development
preschool development
School-age child development
Adolescent development
Developmental milestones


LDH: It is used in the diagnosis of heart and liver diseases. High LDH level in cancer patients can give an idea that the cancer is getting worse. LDH is increased in 95% of cases.
Calcium (Ca): Calcium Hyperparathyroidism, malignant diseases, vitamin D intoxication, Paget's disease (Bone Deformation), immobilization, thyrotoxicosis da levels Bone resorption, thyroid (goiter) diseases, kidney failure, low magnesium, kidney function disorders, etc.
CEA: Its level may increase in colon, rectum, lung, breast, liver, pancreatic, prostate, stomach and ovarian cancers. It is a general cancer screening test.

rheumatism and infection analysis (4 units of analysis)

ASO: Indicates previous streptococcal infection. It is a rheumatic research test.
cRP (C-Reactive Protein): cRP is one of the best indicators of activation in rheumatic diseases. Indicates the presence of infection.


HBsAg: HBsAg is a test for the qualitative detection of human hepatitis B antigen.


Complete Blood Count (Hemogram 22 Parameter): It consists of a total of 22 blood tests. Blood count analysis is one of the most frequently requested basic screening tests. Blood count findings provide very important information regarding hematological and other systems. Leukocytes (white blood cells) are divided into two basic groups.
Granulocytes include neutrophils, bozoophiles, and eosinophils, while arganulocytes include lymphocytes and monocytes. Leukocytes fight infections in the body. The task of erythrocytes (red blood cells) is to transport oxygen from the lungs to the body tissues and to transport carbon dioxide back from the tissues to the lungs.
Regarding erythrocytes, Hb, Hct, MVC, MCH, MCHC analyzes are performed. In anaemias; erythrocyte count, Hb and Hct values decrease.
Iron (Fe): It is used in the typing of iron deficiency and anemia.
Iron Binding (Fe B): Its level increases in iron deficiency anemia. It is evaluated together with iron.


Triglyceride (Blood Fats): Increased triglyceride levels and cholesterol are risk factors for atherosclerosis. It is more meaningful to evaluate triglyceride and cholesterol values together. It is the basic fat element of human plasma.
Total Bilirubin: Total Bilirubin; An increase in serum bilirubin levels occurs when there is excessive destruction of erythrocytes or when the liver cannot excrete the normal amount of bilirubin produced. Makes skin yellow.
Direct Bilirubin: Direct bilirubin levels are increased in pancreatic head cancer, common bile duct stones and Dubin-Johnson Syndrome.
Glucose (Blood Sugar): Blood sugar is used to determine diabetes.
Indirect Bilirubin: Indirect bilirubin; values are accompanied by total bilirubin
Parasites in Feces: Microscopic examination of stool, detection and diagnosis of parasites and their eggs, worms and parasites, diagnosis of digestion, inflammation and occult bleeding, detection of microbes that cause diarrhea.
GGK (Fat Occult Blood): FGK In the diagnosis of diseases such as occult internal bleeding or stomach bleeding
Throat Culture: It determines infections in the throat, upper respiratory tract diseases such as beta microbes and tonsillitis. Total IgE (Allergy): It increases in cases of allergic reaction to any substance in our body. It is a general allergy test.

KIDNEY FUNCTION TESTS (4 pieces of assay)

Urea: Its levels increase in renal function failures. Its levels decrease in low protein intakes, increased protein synthesis, severe liver failure and pregnancy.
Creatinine: Conditions with elevated creatinine levels are kidney dysfunction, muscle diseases, shock, dehydration, hyperthyroidism, acromegaly and gigantism, intake of meat-type foods, decreased blood creatinine level, decreased muscle mass, severe liver disease, inadequate protein intake, and pregnancy.
Complete Urine Analysis: Complete urine; Diagnosis of kidney and urinary tract diseases such as urinary sediment, urine sugar, protein, albumin, nitrite, ketone, urobulin, urobilinogen, PH, Density, Color, density, Inflammation, stone or sand casting.
Uric Acid: Gout, kidney failure, alcoholism, leukemia, starvation, down syndrome, lead poisoning. It can be elevated by heavy exercise and high purine diets.


GOT (AST): SGOT; It determines the damages in the heart, liver, skeletal muscle, kidney, brain, pancreas, spleen and lung tissues, respectively. Levels rise within 12 hours after cell damage occurs.
SGPT (ALT): SGPT; It is primarily used in the diagnosis of liver diseases, as well as in the monitoring of hepatitis treatment, active postnecrotic cirrhosis and post-treatment drug effects. Levels increase in acute liver cell death for any reason, severe shocks, heart failures and major traumas. Its levels are elevated in cases of cirrhosis, obstructive jaundice, liver tumors, generalized myocardial infarction, myocarditis, muscular dystrophy, preeclampsia, muscle traumas, fatty liver, chronic alcohol use, severe burns, and severe pancreatitis.
Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP): ALP is increased in the evaluation of liver and bone diseases, in liver diseases such as gallbladder, intrahepatic and extrahepatic cholestasis, cirrhosis, hepatitis, infectious mononucleosis, Paget's disease, metastatic bone tumors, bone fractures. Controls pancreas function.


Whole Abdominal Ultrasound (USG): All Abdominal USG Imaging of all internal organs by a specialist radiology doctor, diagnosis of formations such as liver, spleen, gall bladder, bile ducts, kidneys, pancreas, urinary system, ovaries, bladder, prostate, etc. .
Lung Heart Aortic Film (Graphic): Lung X-ray Lung diseases, determination of tumor and lesion in the lung, diagnosis of diseases such as pneumonia and tuberculosis.


EXPERT CHILDREN'S DOCTOR EVALUATION: The results are evaluated by the specialist pediatrician, necessary explanations and recommendations are given, and he is directed to the relevant branch physician about abnormal results. It is necessary to fast 12 hours before arrival for Check-Up. A full 12 hours of fasting is recommended. After 21:00 in the evening, nothing should be taken, water can be drunk.


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