Identification of the most frequent health disorders affecting the functions of thecardiovascular, bronchopulmonary and urinary systems, liver, pancreas, pelvic organs, upper and lower gastrointestinal tract.
Control indicators of disordersof protein, lipid, carbohydrate and mineral metabolism, as well as blood coagulation factors.
Identification of signs of latent or slow inflammatory processes.
Control of the most frequent, including mild, endocrine disorders.
Assessment of bacteriological status of the urogenital tract.
Detection of latent myocardial ischemia with functional stress tests.
Assessment of lipid metabolism as a factor in the development of systemic vascular arteriosclerosis.
Identification threat of type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Assessment of hemodynamic disorders, threatening the occurrence of acute and chronic disorders of cerebral circulation.
Endoscopic evaluation of the state of all parts of the colon to prevent the onset of colorectal cancer.
Assessment of hormonal changes in premenopause, including the detection of the risk of osteoporosis.
Detailed study of mineral metabolism, including all stages of iron metabolism, to identify the causes of possible anemia.
Investigation of purine metabolism for the purpose of diagnosis, monitoring and prognosis of impending renal disease because of error in purine metabolism.
Risk determination of development and progression of cardiovascular diseases.
Control of the effectiveness of therapy for chronic heart failure in its presence.
Monitoring the status of patients with diabetes, hypertension, autoimmune disease.
Examination of blood flow of the limbs for determining the severity of atherosclerotic vessel changes and the risk of ischemic and thromboembolic disorders.
Assessment of the risks of mammary gland and pelvic inflammatory diseases