In an interview given by Andrew J. Manganaro the Chief Medical Officer and the National Medical Director of Lifeline Screening, he stated that Lifeline Screening is the largest vascular and vascular-associated diseases company in the United States. Their database which is said to be the largest in the world has been the source for many peer-reviewed articles. They have over time screened over 8 million patients.
Dr. Manganaro as the Chief Medical Officer of Life Line Screening is responsible for supervising the board-certified physicians who review the ultrasounds. He is the chairperson of their Scientific Advisory Network that is manned by clinical specialists and academics from around the world.
They go way beyond the annual checkups by using a risk algorithm that takes the patient’s suitability for screening into account. They screen individuals that are asymptomatic but who are also at risk for cardiovascular disease and Twitter its.
They have a viable marketing strategy as well, but they also show the benefits, through their database and publications, to the scientific community. Their testing uses a non-invasive ultrasound of the carotid arteries and the abdominal aorta. It also measures the ankle brachial index which will show them if there is any sign of peripheral vascular disease. They use only state of the art technology in all their screening procedures and more information click here.
During his years in clinical medicine treating for vascular and cardiovascular diseases he has seen, many times, catastrophic results from things such as a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm that could have been prevented and treated if the patient had but known about the disease beforehand. Life Line Screening could have given them the opportunity to do that and Lifeline Screening’s lacrosse camp.
Life Line Screening offers three different types of preventive screenings. Ultrasound or sonography which emit high-frequency sound waves that are transmitted to a particular part of the body, the sound waves return an echo that is then recorded and learn more about Lifeline Screening.
Finger stick blood screenings which prick the finger and the blood taken sent to the lab, with results returned in less than 10 minutes.
Limited electrocardiograph which is used to detect any atrial fibrillation which is an irregular heartbeat that can cause a stroke.
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