• Preparation

    For the proper preparation for a typical morning blood test for a Check-Up, which includes measuring, among other things, glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, etc., it is recommended for the individual being examined:

    On the previous day: 

    Not to remain without food but to have eaten up to 10-12 hours before the blood draw, -avoiding the consumption of fats, especially of animal origin (cheese, full-fat yogurt, fatty meats, etc.), and - limiting the quantity to the margins of the normal individual portion.

    On the day of the test: 

    To avoid breakfast, with free consumption of water.
    Those who wish may have their coffee without sugar.
    For smokers, smoking before the blood draw does not affect the results of the tests.
    Those being examined who take any medication should take it as usual, reporting it to the laboratory staff.

    An exception is individuals taking thyroid medications, which should not be taken before the blood draw, in the case of thyroid analyses..

    Instructions for Urine collection

     Instructions for Semen Collection:

  • Home Blood Collection

    Nurse Taking Blood SampleFor chronically ill, debilitated, elderly patients, as well as individuals with mobility issues, special care is provided to avoid further strain on them.

    There are home blood draw services available by appointment, which you can schedule by phone at the numbers 2385049200-208

  • Insurance and Fees

    We are contracted with the National Organization for Healthcare Services Provision (EOPYY) as well as every other alternative insurance fund. The participation of insured individuals amounts to 15%.

    For uninsured individuals, the prices of EOPYY apply, as listed below

    • Blood Tests

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      Hb A2 Haemoglobin A2 Daily 5,02
      Hb F / S Haemoglobin F/S Daily 4,75/4,75
      CBC Complete Blood Count (CBC) Daily 4,88
      ΔΕΚ Red Blood Cells Daily 8,00
      ABO Blood Type Daily 4,05
      Rh Anti-D Rhesus Daily 4,05
      E.S.R Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR) Daily 1,76
      DAT Direct Coombs Test Daily 2,88
      IDAT Indirect Coombs Test Daily 5,22
      Immunophenotypic Analysis of Lymphocytes Every 3 working days 120,00
      CD3/CD56+16 NK cells Every 3 working days 120,00
      CHE-RBC CD4 / CD8 Every 3 working days 120,00
      Haemoglobin Electrophoresis Daily 11,89
    • Coagulation Tests

      APTT Partial Thromboplastin Time (PTT) Daily 3,43
      PT (INR) Prothrombin Time (PT) Daily 5,00
      PTT-La Lupus Anticoagulant Daily 15,00
      D-Dimers D-Dimer Daily 20,00
      PAI-1 Plasminogen Inhibitor Daily 85,00
      Fibr Fibrinogen Daily 12,00
      FVIII Factor VIII Daily 25,00
      V WF-Ag Von Willebrand Factor Daily 25,00
      FDP Fibrinolysis Products Daily 25,00
      PrC Protein C Daily 20,00
      PrS Protein S Daily 20,00
      PrS-Ag Protein S Antigen Daily 20,00
    • Basic Biochemical Tests

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      GLC Glucose Daily 2,26
      Creatinine Creatinine Daily 4,05
      Creatinine clearance Creatinine Clearance Daily 6,63
      UN Urea Daily 2,26
      UA Uric Acid Daily 2,88
      Dbil Direct Bilirubin Daily 2,88
      InBil Indirect Bilirubin Daily
      Tbil Total Bilirubin Daily 2,88
      ALD Aldolase Daily 2,26
      ALP Alkaline Phosphatase Daily 5,02
      Amy Amylase Daily 2,26
      Amy(pan) Pancreatic Amylase Daily 40,00
      LIP Lipase Daily 2,26
      G-6-PDA Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Daily 5,00
      LDH Lactic Dehydrogenase Daily 4,75
      Γ-GT Gamma-Glutamyltransferase (GGT) Daily 5,02
      SGOT Glutamic-Oxaloacetic Transaminase (GOT) Daily 4,49
      SGPT Glutamic-Pyruvic Transaminase (GPT) Daily 4,49
      CPK,CK Creatine Kinase Daily 5,02
      ACP Acid Phosphatase Daily 5,02
      PAP Prostatic Acid Phosphatase Daily 5,02
      SchE Pseudocholinesterase Daily 4,17
      BUN Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) Daily 2,26
    • Lipids & Lipoproteins

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      ApoA Apolipoprotein A1 Daily 4,75
      Apo AII Apolipoprotein A2 Daily 25,00
      Apo B Apolipoprotein B Daily 4,75
      Apo E Apolipoprotein E Every 3 working days 20,00
      Lp(a) Lipoprotein A Daily 10,00
      TGL Triglycerides Daily 4,49
      CHO Cholesterol Daily 2,88
      HDL HDL Cholesterol Daily 4,75
      LDL LDL Cholesterol Daily 4,75
      VLDL VLDL Cholesterol Daily 4,75
    • Electrolytes

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      Ca Calcium Daily 4,05
      Ca++ Ionized Calcium Daily 4,05
      Na Sodium Daily 5,22
      K Potassium Daily 5,22
      Mg Magnesium Daily 3,00
      Fe Iron Daily 3,43
      P Phosphorus Daily 5,22
      Cl Chloride Daily 2,88
    • Cardiac Markers - Enzymes

      Myo Myoglobin Daily 11,89
      tHcy Homocysteine Daily 19,50
      CK-MB Cardiac Isoenzyme of Creatine Kinase Daily 11,89
      cTnT Troponin T Daily 15,00
    • Reproductive Hormonal Assessment

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      AMH Anti-Mullerian Hormone Every 3 working days 40,00
      Inhibin B Inhibin B Every 3 working days 40,00
      D4A Dihydrotestosterone Daily 20,00
      SHBG Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin Daily 7,16
      DEHA-S Dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate Daily 9,51
      DHT Dihydrotestosterone Daily 20,00
      FSH Gonadotropin-releasing Hormone Daily 10,80
      E2 Oestradiol Daily 12,38
      PRG Progesterone Daily 12,38
      PRL Prolactin Daily 12,38
      Testo Testosterone Daily 16,46
       β-hCG Beta-chorionic gonadotropin Daily 7,16
      LH Oxytocin Daily 10,80
    • Immunological - Hormonal Diabetes Assessment

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      ADH Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH) Every 3 working days 25,00
      IAA IgG Insulin Antibodies Every 3 working days 9,51
      IA-2 IA-2 Antibodies Every 3 working days 20,00
      Ins Insulin Daily 12,38
      PP Pancreatic Peptide Every 3 working days 200,00
      C-peptide C-Peptide Daily 9,51
    • Immunological - Hormonal Thyroid Assessment

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      Anti-TPO Antithyroid Peroxidase Antibodies Daily 15,00
      Anti-TG Antithyroglobulin Antibodies Daily 12,00
      ΑΘΑ Μ Antimicrosomal Antibodies Daily 6,22
      TSI Thyrotropin Receptor Antibodies Daily 12,38
      TG Thyroglobulin Daily 11,89
      TSH Thyrotropin (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) Daily 12,38
      T-4 Thyroxine Daily 8,28
      fT-4 Free Thyroxine Daily 20,54
      CT Calcitonin Daily 11,89
      T-3 Triiodothyronine Daily 12,38
      fT-3 Free Triiodothyronine Daily 12,00
    • Hormonal Osteoporosis Assessment

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      BSAP Bone Alkaline Phosphatase Fraction Daily 25,00
      BGP Osteocalcin Daily 15,85
      PTH Parathyroid Hormone Daily 16,46
      Total PINP Procollagen Daily 30,00
      Cross Laps Type I Collagen C-Terminal Telopeptide Daily 30,00
      Ntx Type I Collagen N-Terminal Telopeptide Daily 30,00
      OH-PRO Urinary Hydroxyproline Daily 10,00
    • Neoplasia Markers

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      aFP Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) Daily 12,38
      β2-M Beta-2 microglobulin Daily 11,74
      CA-125 Carbohydrate Antigen 125 (CA 125) Daily 14,00
      CA 15-3: Carbohydrate Antigen 15-3 (CA 15-3) Daily 21,13
      CA 19-9 Carbohydrate Antigen 19-9 (CA 19-9) Daily 14,00
      CA-50 Carbohydrate Antigen 50 (CA 50) Daily 40,00
      TAG-72 Carbohydrate Antigen 72-4 (CA 72-4) Daily 14,00
      CYFRA 21-1 Cytokeratin Fragment 21-1 (CYFRA 21-1) Daily 40,00
      TPA Tissue Polypeptide Antigen (TPA) Daily 45,08
      CEA Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA) Daily 12,38
      PSA Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Daily 14,00
      F PSA Free PSA Daily 16,00
      Β-hCG Chorionic Gonadotropin (CG) Daily 7,16
      CgA Chromogranin A Daily 50,00
      5HIAA 5-Hydroxyindoleacetic Acid (5-HIAA) in 24-hour urine Daily 20,00
    • Autocytoplasmic Autoantibodies

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      P-ANCA Antinuclear cytoplasmic antibodies IgG Daily 12,00
      C-ANCA Antinuclear cytoplasmic antibodies IgG Daily 12,00
      AMA Anti-mitochondrial IgG Daily 15,00
      AMA IgM Anti-mitochondrial antibodies IgM Daily 15,00
      ASMA Antibodies against smooth muscle fibres 7,16
      SLA-LP Soluble liver antigen autoantibodies 30,00
      ARA IgA Reticulin antibodies IgA Every 3 working days 30,00
      LKM Antimicrosomal antibodies IgG Daily 30,00
      MPO Antibodies against myeloperoxidase 30,00
    • Celiac Disease Antibodies

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      Anti-DGP IgG Anti-DGP IgG: Anti-deamidated gliadin peptide antibodies IgG 2 working days 23,00
      Anti-DGP IgA Anti-DGP IgA: Anti-deamidated gliadin peptide antibodies IgA 2 working days 15,00
      EMA IgA EMA IgA: Endomysial antibodies IgA 2 working days 18,00
      tTG IgG tTG IgG: Tissue transglutaminase antibodies IgG 2 working days 17,00
      tTG IgA tTG IgA: Tissue transglutaminase antibodies IgA 2 working days 17,00
      ARA IgA Reticulin antibodies IgA 2 working days 30,00
    • Cardiolipin Autoantibodies

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      aCL IgA Autoantibodies to cardiolipin IgA Daily 15,00
      aCL IgG Autoantibodies to cardiolipin IgG Daily 15,00
      aCL IgM Autoantibodies to cardiolipin IgM Daily 15,00
      aPS IgG Autoantibodies to phosphatidylserine Daily 20,00
      β2 GPI Autoantibodies to beta-2 glycoprotein Daily 14,00
    • Rheumatoid Factors

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      RF Rheumatoid factor Daily 2,26
      Anti-CCP2 IgG Anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide 2 antibodies IgG Daily 15,00
    • Medicine Levels – Toxicology Tests

      Abbreviation Name Programme Cost €
      Ethanol Daily 20,00
      Agoron Amiodarone Daily 15,00
      Amphetamines Daily 20,00
      Drug test Drug detection Daily 40,00
      Depakin Valproic Acid Daily 9,51
      Barbiturates Daily 8,28
      Lanatoxin Digoxin Daily 14,67
      Digoxin Digoxin Daily 14,67
      Tegretol Carbamazepine Daily 9,51
      Li Lithium Daily 4,49
      Luminal Phenobarbital Daily 20,00
      Dinantil Epanutin Phenytoin 20,00
  • Personalised Check-ups

    We design and perform specialized examination packages tailored to individuals with specific health issues, considering their personal and family medical history. Here are some indicative examination packages:

    • Thyroid examination

      The thyroid gland is a crucial organ in regulating metabolism. The hormones it produces (T3 and T4) are absorbed by all cells in the body and regulate their metabolic rate. Overactivity of the gland, i.e., high production of T3 and T4, is associated with nervousness, poor sleep, hypertension, tachycardia, excessive sweating, tremors in the hands, confusion, unexplained weight loss, etc.

    • Helicobacter pylori infection test

      Helicobacter pylori infection is easily transmitted from person to person through the oral-faecal route, even via breath aerosols. Thus, if one person carries the infection, it is almost certain that the infection is present in both members of a couple or even in all members of a family.

    • Dyslipidaemia (Cholesterol) - Cardiovascular Risk - Hypertension – Thrombophilia

      Lipids and cholesterol are largely responsible for the gradual narrowing of blood vessels, indirectly threatening with obstructive diseases, mainly affecting the heart (with myocardial infarction), the brain (risk of stroke), as well as the lungs (risk of pulmonary embolism).

    • Haematological Examination

      Anaemias can primarily originate from: Chronic diseases, e.g., neoplasias. Blood loss (mainly from the gastrointestinal tract). Poor nutrition – deficiency of hematopoietic elements (e.g., prolonged diets deficient in animal products). Dysplasia – aplasia of the bone marrow – haematological disorders (e.g., inherited hemoglobinopathies, such as thalassemia or "stigma," sickle cell anaemia, hereditary spherocytosis). Prolonged immobility. Renal insufficiency. Autoimmune diseases. Use of medications that suppress the bone marrow.

    • Sexually Transmitted Diseases Assessment

      Sexually transmitted diseases are screened preventively, as their transmission usually occurs from individuals who are unaware that they are infected. This happens because the time for the clinical symptoms and discomfort to appear ranges from a few months to several years.

    • Cycle Disorders Assessment

      The instability of a woman's cycle can originate from many causes. Blood tests will detect hormonal disorders, anaemias, and infections that can affect a woman's cycle and her fertility, often to a great extent.

    • Vaginitis Examination

      Vaginitis is a common inflammatory condition affecting the vagina and the broader lower genital tract of women. It can be caused by: Infections from bacteria, fungi, and viruses (which can also be sexually transmitted) Irritations from chemicals in creams, sprays, and contact with specific clothing. Vaginitis is often asymptomatic. However,

    • Prenatal Assessment

      Prenatal Assessment is an essential part of pregnancy preparation, as it provides information about the health of the mother and the baby to be born. Complete blood count: It evaluates haematological parameters such as haematocrit, white blood cells, and platelets for possible anaemias, infections,

    • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Assessment

      Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the leading causes of infertility in women, as well as a factor in more general gynaecological issues. It affects 5-10% of women from adolescence and is the most common gynaecological disorder. It typically presents with unexpected hair growth on the chest, abdomen, and face, combined with an irregular or problematic menstrual cycle.

    • Fertility Check

      In cases where desired pregnancy is not achieved, as well as in cases of miscarriages, laboratory testing is necessary. The following should first be ruled out: The possibility of hormonal imbalance in women, which can be done through a Fertility Check-up, especially in cases of unstable or problematic menstrual cycles. The possibility of problems with male sperm. If no issues arise from these tests,

    • Osteoporosis

      Bones are a "living organism" that constantly undergoes reconstruction through osteoclasts (mechanism of bone resorption) and osteoblasts (mechanism of bone synthesis). The two mechanisms are in balance, which can be disturbed for many reasons (menopause, genetic type, hormonal imbalance, poor diet, smoking, lack of exercise, etc.) and can lead to bone loss.

    • Disorders of hair growth – alopecia

      With the basic Check Up, an initial comprehensive assessment of our health is performed (mainly renal and hepatic function), to ensure that there is no systemic disease that may contribute to the poor quality of scalp hair. Iron (Fe) and iron stores with ferritin (Ferr) are checked because in situations of iron deficiency, hair becomes thin, brittle, and falls out.

    • Arthritis

      Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and is caused by injuries, as well as aging of the body. The rates of men and women affected are the same up to age 50- 55, but after this age, it appears more frequently in women. Alteration of ligament characteristics causes severe pain and reduces their functionality. Rheumatoid

    • Autoimmune Diseases

      In autoimmune diseases, while the body's antibodies are meant to attack external infectious agents, they attack the body itself and its organs, failing to distinguish it from external invaders. These are chronic diseases that can have various expressions and severity. Sometimes, multiple autoimmune diseases appear together, so a comprehensive examination is recommended

    • Diabetes Check-up - Type II Diabetes Predisposition

      Diabetes Check-up - Type II Diabetes Predisposition body. The purpose of further examinations is to determine the successful regulation of diabetes and, at the same time, to thoroughly check the kidneys, as they are particularly sensitive to high blood sugar levels.

    All laboratory test data are evaluated and fully explained by our microbiologists so that no diagnosis is underestimated.

  • Preventive Check-ups

    Prevention achieves the preservation of the precious asset of health for you and your family. It is recommended to have an annual check-up of basic tests that reflect the smooth functioning of all systems of the body.

    Preventive check-ups are planned together with the Pathologist, according to your personal and family medical history, gender, and age, with the aim of early detection of health problems and their management resulting in the preservation of the precious asset of health.

    Indicatively, the following examination packages are mentioned:

  • Home Blood Collection

    For chronically ill or elderly patients, there are home blood collection services available. You may call 2385049200-8 to schedule your home appointment.
  • Blood Tests

    Haematological, biochemical, immunological, microbiological tests
  • Operating Hours

    • Monday - Friday
    • Morning
      08.00 - 14.00
    • Afternoon
      17.30 - 20.30

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