Lifeline Screening Provides Peace of Mind for People and Their State of Health

Lifeline Screening provides medical screenings and test to the general public at large without having to be referred of go through a medical procedure to get the test. These tests and screenings are the same as provided through hospitals and medical testing facilities, only in a more convenient and inexpensive way.

People are somewhat reluctant to seek these tests and screenings on their own due to the cost factor and because it is expensive to see a doctor and difficult to get an appointment on short notice. With Lifeline Screening people can get results about their general overall health and if any problems are uncovered their doctor can more readily address the issues.

One important screening test is the limited electrocardiograph screening which shows if a person has atrial fibrillation. This is also called A-Fib for short and if present shows that a person’s heartbeat occurring on an irregular basis. This can be very serious because this condition can cause blood clots to form which can cause a stroke. A person’s doctor should be notified right away if A-Fib is present.

Ultrasound is another very important screening. Ultrasound directs sound waves towards certain organs in the body which shows real-time organ functioning. The ultrasound testing is especially helpful in illustration of blood flow. A test for Carotid artery blood flow shows if any blockage is present and this is important as these are the primary source of blood flow to the brain.

Other ultrasound screens involve testing for osteoporosis by measuring the mineral bone content, abdominal aneurysms, and peripheral artery disease using the ankle-brachial technique.

The finger-stick method of obtaining blood produces a tiny drop or two of blood from which an entire lipid panel can be formed. This will show the cholesterol levels of the HDL and the LDL cholesterol in the blood. From this procedure, a doctor can see what to provide in the way of treatment if these levels are out of line according to proscribed medical protocols.

Glucose screening shows the levels of blood sugar which portray whether or not an individual is pre-diabetic or is a full-blown diabetic. The presence of High-Sensitivity C-reactive protein can indicate the presence of cardiovascular disease to learn more about us: https://twitter.com/Life_Line click here.

All of these tests are common in the medical community and are non-invasive. The tests are made available to the individual’s doctor so further analysis and treatment can ensue.