Life Line Screening is a wellness facility based in Independence Ohio that uses preventive screening to detect ailments. They offer their services in community-based centers, such as the churches, corporations, and senior centers. The preventive screening offered are painless, safe, faster, and affordable. They also don’t require the use of instruments into the body and require less or no prior preparation. Life Line Screening engages the use of highly experienced technicians who use state-of-the-art equipment to perform the procedure. The results are later analyzed by a group of qualified doctors. The results aim at providing the patient and his or her doctor with reliable information that facilitate treatment commencement and or lifestyle changes that can prevent further damage by the disease.

Diseases Screened

Founded in 1993, Life Line Screening is dedicated to providing important information to individuals. Through their E-Newsletter, patients are advised on lifestyle changes to make to control chronic diseases as well as prevent such diseases. Life Line Screening specializes in health screening, carotid artery screening, atrial fibrillation screening, cholesterol screening, peripheral arterial disease screening, osteoporosis screening, diabetes, and heart disease screening.

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Methods of Screening

Life Line Screening uses three types of screening, such as Ultrasound screening, which uses high-frequency sound waves that are directed at the body and echoes returned are recorded. The facility uses a Doppler Color flow ultrasound technology for screenings such as abdominal aortic aneurysm screening. The second method is the Finger-stick blood screenings. In these screenings, the soft pad of the finger is pricked to collect a few drops of blood. The facility uses lab-accurate instruments that are FDA approved. These screenings mostly detect important risk factors for diabetes and heart diseases. The third method is the Limited electrocardiograph that is used to detect irregular heartbeat. This condition increases chances of stroke.

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