To prevent diseases, you must know the importance of screening

部落格:生活新知 - 預防疾病,你不可不知的篩檢重要性











2. 癌症篩檢:





(4) Oral mucosal examination: once every 2 years for those over 30 years old who chew betel nut (including those who have quit betel nut) or smokers, and aborigines over 18 years old who chew betel nut (including those who have quit betel nut).

(5) LDCT lung cancer screening: Recommended once every 2 years for men aged 50-74, women aged 45-74 with a family history of lung cancer, and heavy smokers aged 50-74.


3. Helicobacter pylori screening:

In addition to general health examination and five major cancer screenings, stomach screening of the digestive tract is also very important! Most modern people eat out or are busy working and have irregular meals. Long-term stress and irregular eating can lead to stomach discomfort and gastroesophageal reflux, and these symptoms are very likely to be caused by infection with “Pylori Helix”. Bacilli”. This kind of bad bacteria living in the stomach has been recognized by the World Health Organization as a first-level carcinogen, and has been confirmed to be highly related to the development of gastric cancer.

Helicobacter pylori testing is not included in publicly funded screening tests and is often a source of infection that people tend to overlook. It can survive in the acidic environment of the stomach. After the stomach is infected, it may be asymptomatic or cause mild gastrointestinal discomfort. In fact, it is not easy to detect. When the stomach begins to become inflamed, it can lead to stomach pain, indigestion, iron deficiency anemia, gastric ulcers, and even gastric cancer. Therefore, it is recommended that Helicobacter pylori screening be performed as a disease measure for patients with a family history of gastric cancer, peptic ulcers (gastric ulcers, duodenal ulcers), and patients who have been detected to have pre-cancerous lesions of the stomach.


二、Home testing provides people with a more convenient way to check

Medical resources such as hospitals and clinics are quite common in our country. People go to clinics when they are slightly sick. In recent years, due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, people have reduced their chances of going out and seeking medical treatment. At the same time, the use of rapid COVID-19 screening reagents by themselves has gradually popularized the concept of home testing reagents, and the public’s use and knowledge of home screening reagents have also greatly improved. promote. Being able to test at home can not only reduce visits to hospitals and clinics and reduce the risk of infection, but can also quickly know the results of the disease for further treatment.