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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Ultrasonography (USG)

  1. What should I do before ultrasonography (USG) screening?
    You must fast (no eating) if your USG is in the morning. You can, however, drink pure clean water. We advise you to empty your bowel as soon as you get up in the morning. You do not have to fast  if you come late in the afternoon for USG.
     

  2. Do I need to make an appointment with dr. Harry S. Prayogo before I arrive for ultrasonography (USG) screening?
    No. First come first served basis.
     

  3. When can I come for USG screening?
    Please check "Our Services" webpage.
     

  4. What are screened in one session of USG with dr. Harry S. Prayogo?
    The standard one session-package is screening of organs in your abdomen: left and right kidneys, liver, pancreas, gall bladder, ovary, and prostate gland. Thyroid gland screening is performed at your request. USG Follicle Monitoring, which is used to estimate your fertility period, is performed at an additional cost (ask us).
     

  5. When can I know the result?
    USG screening may last for approximately 30 minutes or more depends on the patient's condition. However, the result will be given to you as soon as the screening is completed. The results (USG photos and doctor's diagnosis) will be given to you at no additional cost.

Clinical laboratory diagnostic service

  1. What should I do before I come for the laboratory test?

  • Avoid taking medicines (drugs) for 4-24 hours before sampling. Medicines may influence test result (depends on the type of test).

  • For clinical blood cholesterol, HDL, triglycerides, uric acid, and glucose tests, you must fast (do not eat) for at least 10 to 12 hours before the tests. You are only allowed to drink pure clean water. Other kinds of blood tests do not require you to fast.

  • For two hours delay - clinical blood glucose test (Glucose 2 hours PP), you must fast for 10-12 hours before your first blood sample is withdrawn by our nurse or laboratory analyst. Then, you must eat immediately. Right after your meal, you must fast for two hours before the second (last) blood sample is withdrawn.

  • For urine test, please wash and clean your genitalia before urine sample is collected. During urine sample collection, please collect mid stream urine (i.e. release the first stream of urine and then collect the second stream of urine). Women should not be in her menstruation period when urine sample is collected. Urine sample should be collected one week after menstruation has ended.

  • For pap smear and secrete: sample collection is performed with a cotton swab. Before sample swab is taken, you must not urinate at least two hours after your last urination. For example, today, your sample collection is scheduled at 4 pm. Your last urination was at 2 pm. Therefore, between 2 to 4 pm you are not allowed to urinate. Women must not be in her menstrual period. Please wait a week after your menstruation ends.

  1. When can I collect the laboratory results?
    Results can usually be collected within
    the same day.  If the test is performed in the morning, your results are likely ready for you to collect by 3 pm. However, some tests may take more than a day. Therefore, we advise you to check with us
    before you come to collect the results.
     

  2. Who collect my biological samples?
    One of our well trained and experienced nurse or laboratory analysts will withdraw your blood using a sterile syringe. Urine sample is collected by yourself at our clinic in a small plastic cup that is provided by us.

About making an appointment for therapies:

  • An appointment must be arranged at least a day in advance. Please do not come without an appointment.

  • We are not responsible for any changes and / or cancellation of the appointment due to Force Majeure such as but not limited to: natural disasters (e.g. flood, earthquake), war, riots, strike, power shortage, fire, accidents, etc.


 

 

 


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