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The below investigations are medical and laboratory tests commonly used to assess worker’s fitness

A urinalysis (UA), also known as routine and microscopy (R&M), is an array of tests performed on urine, and one of the most common

(Functional capacity)


 Aerobic fitness is related to a person’s ability to perform dynamic, moderate-to-high intensity physical activity


Spirometry and PEFR

 Spirometry, the most common type of pulmonary function test (PFT), is used to screen workers for their ability to perform certain tasks

Serology blood tests is widely used in OH fitness medicals,

Renal function tests (RFT) can detect disorders of the Kidney it is consists of:

This liver function test Panel (LFT) can detect disorders of the liver, gallbladder and the biliary tract. The panel include:


High blood cholesterol is one of the major risk factors for heart disease.


Fasting blood sugar (FBS) used to determine how much glucose is in a blood sample after an overnight fast.


Electrocardiogram: (ECG) A non-invasive test that records the heart’s electrical impulses. An ECG can identify abnormalities in heart rate and rhythm,

 Color vision tests check the ability to distinguish colors, are used to screen applicants for jobs in fields where color perception is essential, such as pilots,