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Heart disease, stroke and cancer are still the leading causes of death in many countries including Malaysia. Many diseases have no warning signs and symptoms, particularly in the early stages. Looking for risk factors and early detection of diseases may enable appropriate intervention to prevent complications and improve survival.

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Certain investigations require you to fast for at least 6 hours. Drinking plain water is encouraged so you stay hydrated, with the exception of upper endoscopy. Virtual and fiberoptic colonoscopy will require 2 days of bowel preparation. Please refer to the individual health plans on our website for specific preparations.

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The duration of each examination varies. Listed below are approximates, including preparation time. The actual scanning time is in brackets:

  • Heart CT Scan – Calcium Score: 10 min (5 sec)
  • CT Coronary Angiography: 30-60 min depending on heart rate ( 5-10 sec)
  • Colonoscopy: 30 min (10 sec)
  • Lung CT Scan: 10 min (< 5 sec)
  • MRI: 1 hour for 1 body part
  • X-Ray: 5-15 minutes depending on body parts
  • Bone Mineral Densitometry (DEXA): 10 minutes
  • Mammography: 15 minutes
  • Ultrasound Abdomen & Pelvis: 15-30 minutes, must be full bladder

Most results should be ready latest by the end of the day. Written reports, together with scan images will be provided to you. Either the in-house health screening doctor or your own referring physician will discuss the results with you.

No referral is required.

However, should anyone requires some consultation before undergoing certain health assessments, a pre-consultation with our doctors can be arranged.

As with other medical procedures, x-rays are safe when used with care. Radiologists and x-ray technologists have been trained to use the minimum amount of radiation necessary to obtain the needed results. Properly conducted imaging carries minimal risks and should be performed when clinically indicated. The amount of radiation used in most examinations is very small and the benefits greatly outweigh the risk of harm.X-rays are produced only when a switch is momentarily turned on. As with visible light, no radiation remains after the switch is turned off.