Lifeline Screening is a company that offers an array of preventive health screening tests. These tests identify the presence of underlying life-threatening conditions and alert people to address them before they become serious. The tests are administered by medical professionals and other specially-trained personnel. It’s recommended people at high risk for a variety of medical conditions and anyone over age 55 have regular screenings to monitor their health. This allows them to make any necessary lifestyle changes or get the medication they need to maintain good health.
Lifeline Screening tests offer many benefits. They make people aware of the overall quality of their health. The tests identify potential health problems and alert people to take preventative actions. They also make people aware of whether or not they are at high risk for strokes, cardiovascular conditions, diseases of the kidney and liver, diabetes, high blood pressure and a number of other dangerous health conditions. Often these conditions can silently damage the body and can go unrecognized without effective Lifeline Screening testing.
There are several things people should do when preparing for Lifetime Screening tests. Depending on the type of test one is taking, they shouldn’t eat or drink for between 4-12 hours prior to the test. People taking the glucose test or the 6 for Life Package tests, should fast for 12 hours prior to testing for accurate results. However, people on medication should take it as prescribed and diabetics should follow their diabetic care plan.
When preparing for Lifeline Screening tests, people are advised to dress as comfortably as possible. They should wear loose fitting clothes with short sleeves and conveniently located buttons and zippers. People taking the Lifeline Screening tests should avoid wearing tight pantyhose and lingerie, watches, necklaces and jewelry or perfumes and lotions. People should arrive about 15 minutes or more before their tests are scheduled to begin. All cell phones must be turned off.
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The Lifeline Screenings are done quickly and efficiently. The ultrasound screenings are painless and non-invasive, as is the EKG for atrial fibrillation. The blood screening tests require only a few drops of blood from a simple finger-stick. Other common tests performed during the Lifetime Screenings are Carotid artery disease, Atrial fibrillation, Abdominal aortic aneurysm, Ankle-brachial index for peripheral arterial disease, hs-CRP for elevated C-reactive protein, complete lipid panel, bone mineral density, elevated liver enzymes (ALT/AST)and the 6 for Life Package.