Stage I of a comprehensive examination: the examination of a patient’s anthropometric data and the creation of a medical card; a doctor’s interview with a patient: the collection of the anamnesis of the disease of a patient; the collection of the anamnesis of a patient’s life; a comprehensive examination; comprehensive laboratory examinations: a complete blood count; a complete urinalysis –  pH – value, leukocytes, protein, glucose, ketone, erythrocytes, urobilinogen, nitrite; C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Test; electrolytes: Na; K; Ca; Mg; blood glucose level – HbA1C (the identification of diabetes in the early stages), the identification of fasting blood glucose level; liver function tests: AST; ALT; Gamma-GT, alkaline phosphatase, total bilirubin; analysis of blood lipids: total cholesterol, triglycerides, HDL and LDL; analysis of urinary lipids: uric acid, urea, creatinine; the identification of coagulation factors: rapid, PTT, APTT; the identification of tumor markers: PSA, CEA; stool examination: an immunological rapid test for the identification of the existence of blood in the stool; the identification of thyroid problems: TSH, FT 3, FT 4;  Comprehensive diagnostic laboratory examinations: ECG; a cardiac ultrasound examination (3-D-echocardiogram), an echocardiogram in a calm situation and loading conditions; a chest X-ray; a lung function test (spirometry); a visual acuity test, dilated fundus examination, measurement of intraocular pressure; an abdominal ultrasound examination (liver, gall bladder, spleen, pancreas, kidneys, prostate (in men), uterus (in women); a thyroid ultrasound examination; a mammography (in women).

Stage II of a comprehensive examination -“extended comprehensive examinations”(it is planned on the basis of the analysis result of Stage I of comprehensive examinations): a chest CT examination; an abdominal CT examination; a head CT examination; a spine CT examination; a vascular dopplerography: a color Doppler ultrasound examination of great arteries; an angiography of coronary arteries.