Life Line Screening has become nearly essential to learn more about your current state of health. Life Line offers a variety of screening options that can analyze you for risk of everything from bone density to Type Two Diabetes. The great thing about Life Line Screening is that the actual process is non-invasive and very little preparation is required on your part before the screening.
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The screening process itself is simple and will be done by medical professionals. Once you have completed your Life Line Screening you will be presented with a full analysis of your results. Life Line Screening prides itself on working cohesively with primary care doctor to help you achieve the best health possible. The analysis after the screening is meant to be shared with your doctor to discuss any findings and to set you on track for the best health care plan possible.
Each Life Line Screening comes with specific instructions. These instructions typically require very little. Below is a recap of what you should do to prepare for each specific Life Line Screening.
• Bone Mineral Density Screening: Simply do not wear any very tight-fitting clothing like pantyhose or spanx.
• Elevated Liver Enzymes: Nothing is needed for this screening.
• Glucose Screening for Type 2 Diabetes: Fast for 12 solid hours before you have your screening done.
• Carotid Artery Disease (Stroke Risk): Wear a short-sleeved shirt that is loose and can be opened at the collar.
• Atrial Fibrillation: Do not wear any tight-fitting clothing, a watch or any thick lotion. Your outfit should consist of two pieces and you should leave your cell phone outside the screening.
• Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm: Fast for four hours and ensure the last meal you eat is a light meal that is around a half of what you would usually eat. Wear an outfit that consists of two pieces.
• Complete Lipid Panel: Fast for twelve hours.
• hs-CRP: No preparation is required for this screening.
Above is everything you need to know to prepare for your Life Line Screening. The screening is very non-invasive and you will be comfortable the whole time. If blood needs to be drawn it will be drawn through a finger prick only. If you have any questions prior to your Life Line Screening you can simply contact your local representative or visit the wealth of materials online to find an answer.