Adult clinical examination

Pathology - Cardiology - Pneumology - Endocrinology Testing

  1. Estimation of population health needs by a general practitioner
  2. Physical examination - blood pressure measurement
  3. Recording of risk factors associated with cardiovascular diseases
  4. Get vaccination history
  5. Electrocardiogram - heart ultrasound

Blood collection for defining blood sugar levels (and glycosylated hemoglobin, cholesterol & triglycerides in the case of a pathological finding).

Taking a blood and urine sample for TSH and iodine determination (in the laboratory) respectively from pregnant women, women of reproductive age and children.

In the case of findings, refer to the nearest hospital for further scrutiny and inform the committee of the results.

Local regional hospitals undertake any further cardiological testing.

Respiratory control and spirometry, with the collaboration of the Hellenic Thoracic Society, which has a special mobile unit, very well equipped.

  • Collaboration of the Cardiology Department of the General Hospital "Asklepieio Voulas", the Hellenic Cardiological Society and the Hellenic Heart Failure Association.
  • Collaboration of the Department of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism of the "Elena Venizelou" Hospital and the Research Laboratory of the Endocrinology Department of the University Hospital of Patras.


Serious Chronic Neurological Problems

Neurological Clinic A' of the National & Kapodistrian University Athens at "Aiginiteio" Hospital and the Neurological Clinic of the Athens Medical Center.      

According to the latest World Health Organization (WHO) data, neurological diseases represent 10% of all diseases, while 8 out of 10 forms of disability are caused by neurological problems. The life expectancy of people with disabilities caused by chronic neurological diseases (Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, Epilepsy, Alzheimer's Disease and other forms of Dementia, Stroke) has increased by 15% in the last decade.

Most of these diseases are chronic and gravely serious and most were incurable, deadly in previous decades. With the enormous progress of health sciences and the creation of new therapeutic molecules, they have switched to reversible diseases with impressive progression and survival.

It is possible to develop a primary healthcare program for these individuals, which includes: A) Clinical Neurological examination & evaluation of the need for further control B) Coverage of basic needs for diagnostic approach, pharmaceutical support, rehabilitation.