Life Line Screening Helps to Figure out the Problem Before its too late

Dr. ANdrew Manganaro has lead a prestigious career in the medical field before assuming his position at Life Line Screening. He received his MD from NYU as a University Scholar and Henry Vets Fellow. After school, he completed his residency and chief residency at Bellevue. Then he moved to UCLA School of Medicine to complete his research fellowship in cardiovascular physiology. He became a board certified thoracic surgeon through his work with University of Rochester. After 35 years, he retired from private practice where he now holds the position of Chief Medical Officer at Life Line.

Life Line Screening was inspired by his work as a cardiovascular surgeon. He saw many cardiovascular type of disasters that could have been prevented if the customer knew about the systems before the event occurred. The trend of identifying asymptomatic systems in a patient before it becomes a problem excited Dr. Manganaro. As an entrepreneur, Dr. Manganaro has learned that failure comes with the territory. He knows he must assess why he failed and learn from it. Also, he makes it his mission to invest in research and scientific literature. The goal of life line screening it to prevent a problem before it happens.

Life Life Screenings conduct three type of screenings. They conduct ultra sound screenings, finger stick blood screenings, and limited electrocardiograph. The ultrasound can help the doctors detect abdominal aortic aneurysm and carotid artery disease screening. Finger stick blood screenings help to detect risk factors for heart disease and diabetes. The limited electrocardiograph, EKG, helps to detect atrial fibrillation and other heart issues. The results of these screenings help patients do something before it is too late. Other screenings are available, such as prostate cancer, thyroid disease, and other life saving screenings. These preventive screenings will help to accurately detect most issues before they become major.

The Lung Institute Showcases That Health Can Come from Unexpected Places

People tend to think of medical breakthroughs as something which needs to be searched for in remote locations. It might come about through long term sequencing of a particular chemical formula. Or a medicine might be the result of some mysterious herbal preparation found in far off lands. No matter the case, when people think of innovative medical discoveries they tend to imagine it as coming from somewhere unknown. But recent medical breakthroughs are showcasing the fact that sometimes the best medicine is closer than one might imagine.

One group in particular has had amazing success in creating medicine from an unexpected source. The Lung Institute is an institution which focuses on treatment for lung conditions. One of the things that sets them apart from other medical establishments is the methods they use to accomplish this goal. According to the Baylor College of Medicine, the Lung Institute has devised treatments which make use of substances that are both hidden and closer at hand than one might expect. They’ve created new stem cell treatments which are actually created from a patient’s own body.

The basis of some of the Lung Institute’s most cutting edge treatments has to do with stem cells. These cells are the healthy precursor to every functional system within the body. The stem cells found in the lungs and other parts of the body are essentially the same. It’s the area itself which controls how stem cells turn into healthy and functional parts of an existing system. What the Lung Institute is able to do is take healthy stem cells from one part of the body, create a medicine out of them, and then use it within ailing lungs. This medicine is created from a patient’s own body in order to ensure maximum compatibility with his or her own unique biology. This is medicine created for and to help one specific person. In large part this is also what can make it so much more effective than a generic treatment found elsewhere. The Lung Institute carefully coaxes the new cells to differentiate into a healthy support structure for ailing elements within the patient’s lungs. Eventually this new system creates a totally natural and healthy replacement for the ailing systems.

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