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Physical Activity Readiness Checkup Before Exercising

Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the abnormality of heart function that causes ineffective heartbeat or disrupts the heart’s pumping actions, making the heart stop beating unexpectedly. Sudden cardiac arrest can happen in everyone who has no known underlying diseases. With this abnormality, the heart cannot pump sufficient blood to other organs, causing loss of consciousness. The condition can even be fatal.

Reasons to Undergo a Health Checkup Before Running

The Exercise Stress Test is an assessment that examines whether the heart experiences a lack of blood and oxygen during strenuous exercise. This test offers an initial assessment of the state of the patient’s cardiovascular function. It can also analyze whether the patient is suffering from arrhythmia from exercising. In addition, the test can assess the patient’s physical fitness. Results of an Exercise Stress Test provide for a more detailed discussion than results from an Electrocardiogram.

How to Prepare for Heart Function Screening

  • Do not have a heavy meal or alcoholic beverages 3-4 hours prior to the test; Light dishes — such as porridge and congee — are exceptionsใ
  • Consult with the doctor regarding any medications you are currently taking whether they should be stopped before undergoing the screening, e.g. , medications for heart disease or high blood pressure.

CT Calcium Scoring

Calcium deposits can be found on the walls of the coronary arteries, heart valve, or pericardium. Calcification of the coronary arteries is a serious condition. It is a degenerative process that occurs over many years before the symptoms of heart disease become apparent.  According to a study, coronary artery disease can be predicted by the amount of calcification, along with other risk factors, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels or smoking.  Coronary artery calcification increases risk of acute heart attacks (myocardial infarction) due to a sudden blockage of blood flow in the artery.

Who cannot undergo a coronary calcium scan?

  • People with a history of coronary stent implantation or prior coronary artery surgery
  • People who have limitations in lying down
  • People weighing more than 180 kg
  • Pregnant women

Pre-exercise Cardiac Screening Program
To Prevent Risk of Sudden Death During Exercise

Program  Promotional Price  (THB)  Online Price
Fit to Play  Pre-exercise Health Screening Program* | Screening List | Buy This Program 8,500
Exercise Stress Test Program to test heart function while exercising (price for 1 person) ** 2,500
CT Calcium Scoring Program to detect calcium deposits in the coronary arteries **  | Buy This Program 2,000
Genetic Screening for sudden unexplained cardiac death and necessary health check-ups *** | Screening List 44,500


  • * Price includes doctor’s fees and outpatient service fees
  • ** Prices include doctor’s lab analysis fees but does not include consultation fees and outpatient service fees.
  • *** Price includes doctor’s lab analysis fees and outpatient service fees but does not include consultation fees should any disorders are detected.
  • Service available at the Heart Center, 4th Floor, Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital
  • Service available today through December 31, 2023

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If no risk is detected after cardiac screening, patients can receive a physical readiness test at a special price 

Program Promotion Price
Physical Readiness and Fitness Testing Program *

  • Physical fitness test by a rehabilitation medicine specialist, 2 sessions
  • Examination for pre-existing muscle and joint injuries
  • Pain reduction and muscle preparation program, 5 sessions


  • * Price includes doctor’s fees and outpatient service fees
  • Service available at the Samitivej Active Performance Medical Center, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinic, 2nd floor, Samitivej Srinakarin Hospital
  • Service available today through December 31, 2023


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