Andrew J. Manganaro, National Medical Director And Chief Medical Officer Of Life Line Screening

Life Line Screening is a health screening preventative company that conducts various tests to identify serious health issues. The company is the largest screening company in America for vascular diseases and screens approximately eight million people.

About Andrew J. Manganaro
As Chief Medical Officer and National Medical Director, Dr. Andrew supervises the board of certified physicians who handle ultrasound reviews. Andrew is also in charge of maximizing research efforts, quality assurance, and marketing for clinical correctness. Dr. Manganaro is also the Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Network, a network that consists of prominent academicians and clinical specialists.

About Life Line Screening
Life Line Screening is a leading preventative health screening company that identifies health risks such as carotid artery disease and strokes. The company aims at identifying health issues early that can be prevented. The equipment used are safe, quick, painless, and non-invasive performed by well-trained technicians.

Types of Preventive Health Screenings
Life Line Screening offers new screening tests for patients who are concerned about the status of their respiratory system. The company offers three types of preventative health screenings and they include:

Ultrasound Screenings
This testing technique is also known as sonography which uses sound waves to image body structures. Ultrasounds are used to monitor and detect medical conditions in Cardiology, Ophthalmology and Obstetrics. Ultrasound is a non-invasive and painless procedure.

Fingerstick Blood Screenings
This type of screening helps identify important risk factors for diabetes and heart diseases. This technique is conducted by pricking a patient’s finger to take few droplets of blood. The instruments used to perform the screenings are lab-accurate and FDA-approved that gives results in less than ten minutes.

Limited Electrocardiograph
This procedure is used for the detection of atrial fibrillation, a heart condition that is common and increases chances of people getting strokes. Limited electrocardiograph includes an EKG screening that is non-invasive.

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