There are a series of tests and screenings Lifeline Screening perform, at your request, that offer you immediate results of their findings. Knowing the optional tests, and sharing this information with your personal physician can help you to prevent catastrophic illness and disease.
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What is needed to prepare for LifeLine Screening?
Why LifeLine Screening instead of your regular physician or hospital?
Little preparation is needed
Wear comfortable, loose clothing. Preferably a separate top and bottom, and no pantyhose
No deodorant or lotions after showering or bathing the day of the screenings
Be prepared to spend a few hours at the facility where the testing will be performed.
Remove any jewelry, including a watch before testing
Ensure your cell phone is turned off.
Relax, as none of the tests are invasive or painful. Try to stay as comfortable as possible.
Make notes to discuss with the physicians if you are experiencing any symptoms, medications you are taking, or other vital information you have been given by your physician
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LifeLine Screening if far less costly than a hospital, screening facility, or tests ordered by your doctor. LifeLine Screening is equipped to test, screen, prepare the results, perform lab tests, and document their findings. LifeLine is a one-stop facility with the technology and expertise to perform screenings and tests vital to your health and perform them with accuracy using the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment.
The staff employed by LifeLine Screening are exceptionally skilled doctors, technicians, and care facilitators.
Some of the advanced tests you can select from the list of optional ultrasound screenings, and life-saving tests include
Complete Wellness Package – Includes: Carotid Artery Disease Screening, Peripheral Arterial Disease Screening, Osteoporosis Bone Density Screening, and Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm
Stroke Vascular Heart Rhythm with Osteoporosis includes all of the above, plus Atrial Fibrillation
Stroke, Vascular Heart Rhythm with Osteoporosis and 6 for Life Screenings and Tests
6 for Life-Health Assessment includes: Testing for Stroke, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Congestive Heart Failure, COPD, and Lung Cancer
Complete Lipid Panel
Glucose (Blood Sugar Testing)
To know when LifeLine Screening has available appointments in your area, please call 800-718-0961. You may want to review the procedures at their website http://www.lifelinescreening.com/What-We-Do/Screening-Packages. These tests are recommended by 9 out of 10 physicians, and at cost savings to you.
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