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How Screening Services Can Help You
It has been estimated that 80% cases of cardiovascular complications could be avoided with early detection. (American Heart Association)
37% of the population are estimated to have prediabetes. Yet American Diabetes Association (ADA) reports that only 1 in 9 American knows that they are prediabetic. (American Diabetes Association)
Mammography has helped reduce breast cancer mortality in the U.S. by nearly 40% since 1990.
Pre & Post Diabetes Screenings
According to the American Diabetes Association, everyone should be screened for diabetes beginning at age 45, and then every three years after that.
Men's & Women's Health
In general, a basic health screening involves a physical examination by your doctor, bio-physical measurements (height, weight, body mass index, visual acuity, color vision), blood and urine investigations. Blood tests usually screen for: Blood count. Sugar levels.
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends screening for high blood pressure in adults age 18 or older who don't have known high blood pressure. USPSTF suggests yearly screening for adults age 40 years or older and those who are at increased risk for high blood pressure.
The physician checks your heart rate and rhythm, blood pressure, and the electrical activity of your heart using ECG. This helps check if there is enough blood flow to your heart when it is stressed.
A biometric screening, or “biometric assessment,” is a clinical screening performed for employees at a company's workplace or a commercial lab facility. It's used to identify and monitor certain health conditions such as heart disease and diabetes
Nutrition screening is a process used to quickly identify those who may be at risk of malnutrition so that a full nutrition assessment and appropriate nutrition intervention can be provided.