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Executive Health Package


The Executive Health Screen:

  • An Initial Examination by one of our Doctors

  • Comprehensive blood tests

  • Urine Test

  • Height, Weight and Body Mass Index

  • Vision and Hearing Test

  • Lung Function Test

  • Resting and Exercise ECG

  • Blood Pressure

  • Heart and Lung Scan

  • ECHO (Ultrasound of Heart)

  • Consultation with a Cardiologist

Our full Executive Health Screen is a Comprehensive Screening programme addressing the important health risks in both men and women. Additional gender specific tests are also carried out if required.

The screening programme follows guidelines on recommended best practice and all our staff are highly trained and experienced.

Based on the results, additional tests an Consultations might be required.

The full final report will provide you with recommended modifications to your diet, life-style and exercise and will help to guide you towards a healthier life.

Our health screening tests are mainly carried out at our Centre based at the Windsor Hospital in St. John's Wood; next to the Lord's Cricket Ground. Some of the tests are also carried out at The Hospital of St. John's and Elizabeth.

A full Medical report will be sent to you within 10 days. This will include all your results together with explanations and recommendations. Should an unforeseen abnormality be detected, one of our doctors contact you immediately by telephone.

Although screening is highly beneficial, no test can be 100% guarantee of your future health. Every step will be taken to minimise any false positives and false negative results.

Additional  Tests:

  • Virtual Colonoscopy

  • Carotid Ultrasound

  • Chest X-ray

  • Myocardial Perfusion Scan

  • Full Lung Function Test

Optional  Tests for Men:

  • PSA Blood Test

  • TRUS (Trans-Rectal Ultrasound)





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UK, London, Europe Cardiac Imaging: Coronary CTA New imaging techniques for Colon Screening are giving doctors a clearer picture of the heart and allowing them to better manage heart disease. A Coronary CTA is a heart-imaging test to determine if either fatty deposits or calcium deposits have built up in the coronary arteries, which supply blood to the heart muscle. We discussed the latest noninvasive cardiac imaging techniques. Click Here
UK, London, England Education, training and research evidence for better health care Health Sciences is a large multi-disciplinary department, offering a broad range of taught and research programmes in the health care field, including nursing, Colon Screening and midwifery. Our aims are to develop the role of evidence in health and health care through high quality research, teaching and other forms of dissemination. Teaching focuses on skills in a range of the broad 'health sciences' as well as in more specific clinical knowledge and skills relevant to professionals working in health-related sectors. Click Here
UK, London, England What Is Coronary Artery Disease? Coronary artery disease (CAD) occurs when the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle (the coronary arteries) become hardened and narrowed. The arteries harden and narrow due to buildup of a material called plaque (plak) or Colon Screening on their inner walls. The buildup of plaque is known as atherosclerosis (ATH-er-o-skler-O-sis). As the plaque increases in size, the insides of the coronary arteries get narrower and less blood can flow through them in colon. Eventually, blood flow to the heart muscle is reduced, and, because blood carries much-needed oxygen, the heart muscle is not able to receive the amount of oxygen it needs for lung. Click Here
England, Europe Blood pressure Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by the blood on the walls of the blood vessels. Unless indicated otherwise, blood pressure refers to systemic arterial blood pressure, i.e., the pressure in the large arteries delivering blood to body parts other than the lungs, such as the brachial artery (in the arm). The pressure of the blood in other vessels is lower than the arterial pressure. Blood pressure values and colon are universally stated in millimetres of mercury (mmHg). The systolic pressure is defined as the peak pressure in the arteries during the cardiac cycle; the diastolic pressure is the lowest pressure (at the resting phase of the cardiac cycle) and lung. The mean arterial pressure and pulse pressure are other important quantities and Colon Screening. Click Here
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Information on whole body scanning
Whole body scanning by computed tomography (CT) is being vigorously marketed as a means of screening for early signs of illness in people who have no symptoms or disease risk factors. The claimed benefit is that diseases such as cancer can be treated more successfully if they are detected in their early stages by the Colon Screening.CT and lung scanning has a valuable role to play in investigating suspected problem organs, or in circumstances where there is a high probability of illness. The new service that is being promoted, however, is the use of CT scanning and colon as a broad screening tool. There are significant risks that outweigh the benefits associated with the whole body scanning of otherwise healthy people. After considering the available information, the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) and the Radiation Advisory Council (an expert body established to advise the EPA) are of the view that the procedure is inappropriate for general diagnosis of healthy individuals. The EPA and colon are taking strong steps to ensure that people who choose to go ahead with a whole body scan are made fully aware of the risks involved. This publication gives an overview of whole body scanning and discusses its risks and limitations. General guidance is also provided on when to have a CT scan and what factors to consider when making this decision.
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UK, London, England BLOOD TEST RESULTS - NORMAL RANGES Blood test results, Colon Screening made possible by the taking of Blood tests, are one of the most important tools that your doctor uses in evaluating your health status. Blood tests, including various Blood chemistry and hematology 'Blood tests' offered by most test labs, represent an economical way by which quality information about a patient's physical condition, at the time of the Blood testing, can be made available to the physician. These Blood test results, colon scan after review and interpretation by a qualified Blood professional, play an important part in an overall diagnosis. Click Here
UK, London, Europe Your Guide to Lowering High Blood Pressure, NHLBI Blood pressure, Lung Screening is the force of blood against the walls of arteries. Blood pressure is recorded as two numbers-the systolic pressure (as the heart beats) over the diastolic pressure (as the heart relaxes between beats). The measurement is written one above or before the other, with the systolic number on top and the diastolic number on the bottom. For example, a blood pressure measurement of 120/80 mmHg (millimeters of mercury) is expressed verbally as "120 over 80." Click Here
London, UK Health screens for individuals There is no national NHS screening and Lung Screening programme for diseases such as prostate and testicular cancer, osteoporosis and glaucoma. The private sector fills the gap and provides a wide range of health screening services for individuals who wish to invest in their health and in the early detection and prevention of diseases. Most health screens for individuals will include a consultation with a doctor or nurse, a full medical and family history, a medical examination and a series of tests to relevant to your age and sex which will determine your state of health. Many health screens will also incorporate a proactive element in terms of providing a personal health action plan which encourages healthy living and reduces the risks of major diseases. Click Here
London, UK Specialist Services at The Windsor Hospital. The specialist medical teams at the Windsor Hospital are led by leading consultants, many of whom have senior positions at some of London's renowned teaching hospitals. They are able to treat the most complex of medical conditions and are backed by the most up to date facilities available in the UK. Our technical resources are comprehensive and include a major imaging and diagnostics department, equipped with for example, the latest 64 slice CT scanner, Lung Screening and two MRI scanners. The Windsor has two Intensive Care Units together with a Progressive Care Unit and the largest specialist Rehabilitation Unit in the UK independent sector. Click Here
UK, London, Europe Body Scan Directory - Full Body Scanning Clinics, Nationwide The "Body Scan" and Lung Screening is used for the early detection of heart disease, tumors and other abnormalities throughout the torso. Unlike the heart scan which focuses on the heart, the body scan also "screens" for other abnormalities such as tumors. If cancer is detected early, before a person is showing symptoms, treatment may be effective. However, at this time the FDA knows of no data demonstrating that full body CT screening is effective in detecting any particular disease early enough for the disease to be managed, treated, or cured and advantageously spare a person at least some of the detriment associated with serious illness or premature death. Click Here
UK, London, England Vision Test The vision test is one of the simplest yet most important components of the eye exam. In order for eye doctors to compare results, it’s always done at a standardized distance of twenty feet. The charts are standardized too and doctors around the world use the same basic format. Each line of the eye chart is assigned a notation in the form of a fraction that represents your visual acuity. The numerator is the distance in feet the Lung Screening patient is from the eye chart. The denominator represents the distance an eye with “normal” vision can read the same line. Interpreting the numbers is simple. If you can read the 20/40 line, you’re able to see at 20 feet what a normal eye could see at 40. Click Here
UK, London, Europe Understanding Your Hearing Test A hearing care professional determines with the help of a hearing test whether or not a hearing loss is present. If no hearing loss is present, you won’t need any further help. In the case where a hearing loss is present, the kind and degree of your hearing loss is determined individually for each ear and entered in an audiogram lung. Click Here
UK, London, England Echocardiogram An echocardiogram is a test in which ultrasound is used to examine the heart. The equipment is far superior to that used by fishermen. In addition to providing single-dimension images, known as M-mode echo that allows accurate measurement of the heart chambers, the echocardiogram also offers far more sophisticated and advanced imaging. This is known as two- dimensional (2-D) Echo and is capable of displaying a cross-sectional "slice" of the beating heart, including the chambers, valves and the major blood vessels that exit from the left lung and right ventricle. Click Here