Life Line Screening Cares

The team at Life Line Screening is dedicated to ensuring that you get the best care possible and will be able to get the preventative care that you deserve. Life Line Screening offers three types of preventative screenings including ultrasound screenings, finger-stick screenings, and limited electrocardiograph.

The ultrasound screenings and EKG screenings are simple, painless, and very convenient. The screenings require little to no preparation and the trained technologists at Life Line Screening use the most up to date equipment in order to achiever the most accurate results. Ultrasound uses sound waves to image the structures within the body and was first developed in World War II. Ultrasound screenings are now widely used fir ultrasounds and is a painless and non-invasive type of screening. It can be used to detect carotid arteries, ankle-brachial index, bone density, and abdominal aortic aneurysms.

The finger-stick method is used to for lipid panel screening, glucose screening, liver enzymes, and C-reactive protein screenings and most results are acquired in less than 10 minutes. The finger-stick screening is important to identify risk factor for heart disease and even diabetes.

Limited electrocardiograph screenings are used to detect atrial fibrillation, or an irregular heartbeat. An irregular heartbeat is a very common heart condition that will significantly reduce the risk of stroke. An EKG is a non-invasive screening that requires no preparation and does not require the removal of clothing and learn more about Lifeline Screening.

Life Line Screening provides numerous screening services including vitamin D, Testosterone deficiency, heart disease, and congestive heart failure screening. They also screen for high cholesterol, lung cancer, type 2 diabetes, chronic kidney disease, and thyroid disease and more information click here.

Life Line Screening believes that it is very important that everyone has a prevention and wellness plan in order to stay healthy. Every person is different and has different needs and that is why Life Line Screening is committed to providing customized care to each of their patients in order to address their needs to the best of their ability. Life Line Screening will review the history of its patients to provide a tailored screening to each individual since every person is different and Lifeline Screening’s lacrosse camp.

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Capitol Anesthesiology

Capitol Anesthesiology are experts in their field. They provide anesthesia services for different purposes. They use general anesthesia for extensive surgeries where the patient must be unconscious. This requires the use of more extensive monitoring and control over the patients breathing. An evaluation is performed by the surgeon and anesthesiologist based on the patients general health. Depending on the results the correct type of anesthesia is used.

 

Regional anesthesia is used for pain control both during and after surgery. Sedative medications are used for a specific area of the body and administered with an IV. Medication is put directly next to the nerves so there is no feeling in the specific body part being operated on.

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Local anesthesia is also referred to as Twilight Sleep and is used in surgeries on the soft tissues. The initial medication is given through an IV to handle any pain and relax the patient. Local anesthesia is then used in the area surrounding the soft tissue so the site becomes numb.

 

Pediatric anesthesiology is a highly specialized field. Additional certifications are training are necessary. The age, medical condition, weight and size of your child must be taken into account before anesthesia can be administered. Specific plans are required before surgery can be performed.

 

Childbirth anesthesiology is designed to make labor more comfortable for the expectant mother. When the pain exceeds the woman’s tolerance levels anesthesia is used. A consultation with the anesthesiologist is required.

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