The importance of Lifeline Screening and disease control


Lifeline screening is a healthcare service proving company. Some health problems can be prevented if detected early enough before they become a health risk. The purpose or the vision of the company is to help people lead healthy lives and live to the fullest. The company partners with doctors to give community based affordable health services to the clients. The team of doctors visits public places like the shopping centers, places of worship and corporate areas.

The best thing about these services is that they require little or no preparations in advance. The procedures of ultrasound and EXG screening is not painful and it also affordable by many. It usually performed by highly qualifies technologists who use very high-quality equipment to get accurate results. The aim is to detect some diseases that are vital and prevent them before they strike. The results are used by doctors so that if need be, treatment can begin immediately.

There are three main preventive screening methods. One of them is ultrasound screening. The method is also referred to as sonography technology. It involves the use of sound waves to image structure in the body. The echoes are then recorded. It is used to detect heart-related diseases. The other one is known as finger stick blood screening which is used to detect diabetes and some heart diseases. The last one is known as Limited electrocardiograph for an irregular heartbeat. This is a common heart disease which can also lead to stroke.

There are other services offered by Lifeline Screening. The Lifeline newsletter helps an individual focus on personal health. It gives information on what the change of lifestyle can do to improve personal wellness. It gives information on how to better control chronic diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure why just changing a few habits.

LLS screening database has generated vast data that is used by universities and research organizations to generate medical findings.

They are also committed to furthering scientific research, and they have collaborated with medical universities like Oxford, UCLA, and New York medical school to increase knowledge on cardiovascular diseases by studying the risk factors for the development and prevention

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