Life Line Screening offers three many types of preventative health screenings. They offer ultrasound screenings, also known as sonography, which is a technique that utilizes sound waves to image structures within the body. Life Line Screening uses high tech Doppler color flow ultrasound technology to produce reliable and accurate images. Ultrasound technology can be used to provide carotid artery disease screening, abdominal aortic aneurysm screening, ankle-brachial index screening, and bone mineral density screening.
Life Line Screening also offers finger-stick blood screenings at certain locations. Finger-stick blood screenings can help to identify important risk factors for not only heart disease, but also diabetes. Life Line Screening offers complete lipid panel screening, glucose screening, high-sensitivity C-reactive protein screening, and elevated liver enzymes screening.
Life Line Screening also offers limited electrocardiograph that can be used to detect atrial fibrillation, or also known as irregular heartbeat. Atrial fibrillation is a common heart condition that can increase the risk for stroke, so Life Line Screening will also conduct an EKG. An EKG screening is non-invasive, quick and requires no preparation or the need for the removal of clothing.
The competent staff at Life Line Screening are committed to providing the best health information that is reliable form technicians that are certified and qualified. All abnormal screenings are reviewed by a second technician. Since their inception in 1993, life Line Screening has screened almost eight million people and is currently screening nearly one million people every year at over 16,000 screening events all over the nation. Life Line Screening is very dedicated to providing quality services at competitive pricing.
Life Line Laboratories are all CLIA-certified and adhere to the regulations set forth by the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments. Their technicians follow strict protocols and are registered or are eligible to be registered with ARDMS or CCI.
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