Lifeline Screening is a company that provided easily accessible and inexpensive screenings for the early detection and treatment of disease and medical problems. The tests are the same as those found in hospitals and medical facilities designed for testing. Well-trained medical personnel are of the same caliber found in hospitals and medical testing units.
Most of the screenings are not available in most doctor’s offices and referrals are not necessary in order to have the screenings done. Once completed, the screenings are easily forwarded to an individual’s doctor for further analysis and treatment if necessary.
A limited electrocardiograph shows if a person has Atrial Fibrillation or an irregular heartbeat. Called A-Fib for short, this condition can cause blood clots. Once discovered, it is usually easily treated, but if left alone can prove to be very dangerous.
Ultrasound screening is the direction of sound waves toward various organs in the body so that a real-time image can be revealed on the screen of the ultrasound unit. Blood flow in the arteries can reveal possible blockages. The Carotid arteries can accumulate blockages over time and this is critical because the Carotid arteries are primary source of blood flow to the brain.
Other major ultrasound screenings include the ankle-brachial screening for peripheral artery problems, the abdominal screening for an aortic aneurysm and the bone mineral density testing for possible osteoporosis.
With just a minor prick in the fleshy end of a finger yields just a drop or two of blood, but that is all that is needed to create a full lipid blood panel. This can measure the levels of both high and low levels of cholesterol, the glucose levels in the blood indicating if a person is pre-diabetic or has full-blown diabetes. The presence of C-Reactive proteins indicate possible cardiovascular disease, and elevated liver enzymes indicate potential liver disease.
Screenings can also indicate possible lung cancer, vitamin D levels, testosterone deficiency, congestive heart failure, pulmonary COPD presence, thyroid levels, colorectal screening, high blood pressure, and kidney function to learn more about us: https://www.indeed.com/q-Life-Line-Screening-l-Canton,-OH-jobs.html click here.
The tests provided by Lifeline Screening are the same tests that are used throughout the country in major hospitals, insurance companies, laboratories and pharmaceutical companies.