Life Line screening is devoted to providing information about health to help people lead a healthy life by offering reliable and affordable preventive screening. Life Line Screening collaborates with doctors to help detect health problems early. The screening service believes that early detection is an efficient way to increase the quality of life.
The services are community-based
The screening service offers community-based screening events. Highly trained healthcare experts provide the testing services during such events. The screening events occur across neighboring United States in places of worship, community centers, corporations, etc
The screening process can detect many conditions to which a patient is prone. Many of these risk conditions do not show any symptoms but can be prevented if detected in time. Such risks include abdominal aortic aneurysm, stroke, and carotid artery disease among others
Screening is safe and non-invasive
Life Line Screening entails the use of safe, non-invasive, painless procedures performed by highly trained technicians, and the outcome read by certified physicians. The results often provide an index of your health. Where deemed, treatment can commence, or your doctor may mention a change in your lifestyle to prevent serious health problems
Here are some screening methods used by Life Line Screening
Ultrasound (sonography) Screening – Sonography is a health screening method that employs sound waves to produce images of internal organs inside the human body. The ultrasound equipment transmits high-frequency sound waves to the target part of the body and records the echoes. The health sector utilizes sonography to detect or observe health conditions in the fields of cardiology, obstetrics, and ophthalmology. Ultrasound has the benefit of being painless and non-invasive
Life Line Screening equipped with the modern Doppler color flow sonography technology. This equipment provides accurate and reliable images.
Limited electrocardiograph – Limited electrocardiograph detects an irregular heartbeat (atrial fibrillation), a heart condition that raises the risk of stroke. The process is quick, non-invasive and requires no prior preparations
Finger stick blood screening – This blood screening technique can help detect risk factors for diabetes and heart conditions. The screening process entails picking the soft pad of the finger. The screening equipment only needs a few drops of blood to provide results within less than ten minutes. Life Line screening uses blood screening equipment recognized by the FDA. The equipment is accurate and same as those utilized in the hospitals and laboratories across the countries, and insurance and pharmaceutical companies.