Your medical report should be kept for at least 3 years

  The doctor pointed out that it is very important to keep the medical examination report, at least the report of the last 3 years. Changes and the speed of progress provide a reference. In addition, even if the value is within the normal range, you should pay attention to the changes in some values, such as the indicators of blood pressure, blood sugar, and blood lipids. If the indicators are rising every year, it also means that you should start to pay attention to the adjustment of diet and work rest from now on. , in order to effectively avoid the occurrence of related diseases.
  Many people think that CT and B-ultrasound are the most important items in the physical examination, and the others are unimportant small items. This is also a misunderstanding. The three major routines of blood routine, urine routine and stool routine can often explain many problems, such as blood routine, when red blood cells or hemoglobin decrease, it may be anemia. Gastrointestinal bleeding caused by some diseases can lead to anemia over time.
  Which age group needs to keep a good medical report? Doctors believe that the body systems of middle-aged and elderly people are prone to problems and need to pay special attention to changes. Young people should not take it lightly, because many diseases have begun to become younger, especially those with family history, and more attention should be paid to keeping physical examination reports.
  So, how to read the medical report? According to the doctor, first of all, the first page of the medical report will list the problems that you have or are suspected to have at the top. The more important it is, the higher it will be. Therefore, when you open the homepage of the report and see a long list of questions, at least the first 3-5 items should be the most important. This page is also equivalent to a general directory. For each listed health problem, detailed checklists and data will be found in the corresponding page number, and you can make further comparisons and inspections.
  In addition, recommendations will be given in the medical report, which actually tells you what to do next. There are 3 key words in the recommendation section: review, regular review, and further inspection.
  Review refers to the discovery of some suspicious problems that need to be further clarified. For example, a person’s blood sugar level is high in the physical examination. Maybe he has diabetes without knowing it, or maybe it is just because he ate a large plate of grapes the night before. Therefore, it is recommended to check again within a week to rule out interfering factors and clarify whether there is a problem with the body.
  Regular review means that the health has determined that there is a problem and needs to be monitored.
  Further examination refers to the fact that a person has a health problem found in the physical examination, which cannot be diagnosed only through the physical examination. It is necessary to go to the corresponding specialist to do a systematic and comprehensive examination to determine the specific condition and degree of the disease, so as to know what is needed next. such treatment.
  For some inspection data in the medical report that are close to the critical point or slightly exceeding the standard, you don’t need to be too nervous, just adopt the medical advice. Many indicators that deviate from normal can be reversed only through the adjustment of daily habits.
  In addition, if serious health problems or obvious potential risks are found during the physical examination, the physical examination center may also make direct telephone contact to urge the examiner to conduct further examinations as soon as possible.