What We Test

General Health Blood Tests

For relevant answers on your health status

 

Essential Health Screening

Health screening is a great way to invest in the future. Health screening is a fast
and comprehensive way to identify underlying health problems, so that early
measure can be taken to minimize the health impact on your health.

Important notes before taking Health Screening:

  • Fast for 8 to 10 hours before health screening. You can have a normal dinner but do not eat anything after midnight and you have skip breakfast.
  • You can drink plain of water.
  • Take you medicines in the morning. Bring along your regular medication along for your health screening.
  • Bring along any reports you have from previous medical tests report.
  • Do not pass urine for 2 hours before your health screening

Cancer Markers Screening

Various cancers have different risk factors, so it is important to speak to a doctor
who can determine what kind of screening is recommended for you. For instance,
smokers may be recommended to do a low-radiation dose CT scan of the chest to
look for lung lesions, while patients with a strong family history of certain cancers
may need to start screening earlier than the general population.

Cancer screening available through DTAP Express:

  • Blood cancer markers – colon, breast, ovarian, pancreas, liver, nasopharyngeal,
    prostate, testicular/germ-cell cancers, etc.
  • Blood microRNA testing (GastroClear) – gastric cancer
  • Mammogram/US breast – breast cancer
  • Low dose CT chest – lung cancer
  • Pap smear +/- HPV co-test – cervical cancer, anorectal cancer
  • Nutritional Screening & IV Iron Infusion

Nutritional screening comprises tests for nutritional health that involves checking levels of certain vitamins and minerals in the body, and can be used to screen for specific deficiencies (or excesses) in these micronutrients.

Nutritional screening tests are sometimes paired with metabolic assessments, such as tests for lipid (cholesterol) profile and diabetes screening for a more complete image of one’s health.

What are some of the symptoms of nutritional deficiencies?

There are many types of nutritional deficiencies, but the most common one include iron deficiency, vitamin B12 deficiency, and vitamin D deficiency. Additional symptoms include:

  • Fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • Decreased exercise tolerance
  • Thinning hair and brittle nails
  • Muscle weakness and cramps
  • Numbness, feeling of pins and needles
  • Bone pain
  • Mood changes

Who should get nutritional screening?

Nutritional screening is paramount for anyone who is looking to optimise their health, whether it be for individuals who are at risk for certain deficiencies, especially women and those with specific dietary preferences, or individuals who have symptoms suggestive of nutritional deficiency.

What to expect for your visit

Select Your Test or Treatment

In person at DTAP Express clinic, or online. Choose the test or treatment you need.

Our doctor will connect with you at the earliest convenience to complete the consultation.

Receive Meds / Test Kits Discreetly

If prescribed, pick up your meds or get your tests done if you are at the clinic. But if you are seeing us online, your meds or test kits will be delivered within 4 hours, at $0 delivery fee.

You will get your test results from us as quick as 30 minutes to 10 days for a comprehensive test.

Ongoing Care & Follow Ups

When you arrive, our care team will register you, sign you in and direct you to our discreet screening rooms. Receive your results + explanation by email, we will coordinate further appointments for you, especially if you have any further queries.

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