Life Line Screening provides a tailored prevention and wellness plan for each and wants to provide the most beneficial and appropriate screenings for each invidual’s needs. There are many factors that can determine which screening you will need and that is why Life Line Screening will access you family history, personal preferences, nd medical history to find the right plan for you.
Life Line Screening will screen for many different things, including vitamin D, testosterone deficiency, heart disease, atrial fibrillation, and type 2 diabetes. They also screen for many other types of ailments including colorectal cancer, thyroid disease, high blood pressure, and chronic kidney disease, just to name a few and more information click here.
Life Line Screening has three methods of screening: ultrasound screening, finger-stick blood screening, and limited electrocardiograph. Ultrasound screenings are widely used today in cardiology, ophthalmology, and obstetrics and to monitor fetal movement during pregnancy. Ultrasound is used for bone mineral density screening, ankle-brachial index screening, abdominal aortic aneurysm screening, and carotid screening. Life Line Screening only uses a top quality Doppler to obtain reliable and clear images.
Finger-stick blood screenings can help to identify risk factors for heart disease and diabetes and the test only takes about 10 minutes. The screening only involves pricking a finger in order to obtain a few drop s of blood and the instruments used in order to conduct the test are FDA-approved. A finger-stick test can help to screen for lipid panel, glucose, elevated liver enzymes, and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein.
The limited electrocardiograph is used to detect atrial fibrillation, or an irregular heartbeat, which is a very common heart condition that increase the risk of stroke. An EKG electrode screening is non-invasive, quick, and doesn’t require the removal of clothing and learn more about Life Line Screening.
Life Line Screening works very hard to ensure that its patients receive the care they deserve with out having to make them go through any unnecessary stress. Life line Screening is made up of a team of board-certified licensed physicians who will review your results before they are sent out to you and take the time to give you the care that you need and Life Line Screening’s lacrosse camp.