Including blood tests, ultrasound scan, computer tomography (CT scan), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI scan) etc.
|Prevent infection of the following diseases:||Males/Females aged 9 or above|
|Herpes zoster Vaccine|
|Effectively prevent infection of Herpes zoster up to 70%|
Prevention of acute pain and repercussive pain caused by Herpes zoster
|Males/Females aged 50 or above|
|Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Vaccine||Prevent infection of Measles, Mumps and Rubella|
|Hepatitis B Vaccine||Prevent infection of Hepatitis B, and the complication caused, such as liver cancer||Males/Females of all age groups|
|Seasonal Influenza Vaccine||Prevent infection of Seasonal Inlfuenza, and the complication caused||Males/Females ≥ 6 months|
Recommended priority groups for seasonal influenza vaccination:
|Tetanus Vaccine||Effectively prevent infection of Tetanus for at least 10 years||Males/Females of all age groups|
Effectively repair bones and soft tissues, and accelerate regeneration of tissues.
Commonly applied to treat:
*Please consult doctors for further details
Pap Smear is a quick and simple test for women to detect abnormal cell changes in the cervix. Regular examination can help with early detection and implement of treatments for precursors of cervical cancer, effectively prevent infection of cervical cancer above 90%.
OGD is currently the best method in examining the lumen of the upper digestive tract. Biopsy may also be taken for pathological examination when necessary.
OGD should be conducted immediately if the following situations occur:
Colonoscopy can be used to observe the condition of the inside of the large bowel. Additional therapeutic procedures can also be conducted, such as endoscopic polypectomy, injection or banding of piles and tumor biopsy.
Colonoscopy can diagnose the folllowing diseases: