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Ceklab Application Helps Indonesians Perform 8,000 Lab Tests

Ceklab Application Helps Indonesians Perform 8,000 Lab Tests

In its first year, the Ceklab health application claimed to have helped the Indonesian people carry out more than 8 thousand lab tests in 13 cities.

The latest, Ceklab cooperates with one of the well-known private laboratories in Surabaya, holding a medical checkup. For only Rp. 288 thousand, users can carry out a variety of the latest lab examinations for early detection of chronic diseases in almost all organs of the body.

Noted, more than 700 people participated in this program. They get a blood pressure check service, heart rhythm, and oxygen levels in the blood.

Ceklab Application Helps Indonesians Perform 8,000 Lab Tests
Ceklab Application Helps Indonesians Perform 8,000 Lab Tests

Ceklab’s co-founder and CEO Caesar Givani said that affordable medical checkup events are regularly held in various cities every month.

“In September, this event will be held in Bandung. The aim is to protect the health of participants who have been detected as having chronic disease germs so that they can be overcome and stay healthy,” said the man who also works as a resident specialist in Internal Medicine Dr. Soetomo Surabaya through his statement on Monday (8/26/2019).

Caesar said his little heart is always disturbed when patients come with conditions that are already severe, such as dialysis.

“When asked why it is not treated early, patients always answer that they do not know because they do not feel any symptoms. Chronic illness is the silent killer. New symptoms appear when there are complications,” he added.

Caesar explained that the Ceklab application will assist patients in determining the examinations that need to be done periodically according to their respective conditions, comparing the cheapest examination prices from various renowned laboratories, and free blood collection at home.

“Application users will also get various discounts and promos around laboratory examinations, healthy lifestyles, and disease prevention,” he concluded.