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Individuals from every living generation can benefit from having Lifeline Screening. This is certainly true for anyone with pre-existing risk factors, but it is also true for those who just want to know where they stand with certain health related issues. The modern technologies of today are state of the art and are helpful in detecting issues affecting our health. Health screenings performed with this technology can uncover previously undetectable health issues, and the information gained is then used to develop preventative measures intended to ensure a healthier life.

Once Lifeline Screening has gathered the information, it is shared with the patient’s primary care physician who will then coordinate treatment plans with other health care professionals if needed. For instance, if a test for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm is requested and the results show that one exists, your primary care physician can schedule an appointment with a surgeon for further tests if it is determined this is necessary. If the surgeon decides implanting a stint in the artery will help support it and prevent rupture, this can also be scheduled.

The benefits of Lifeline Screening are enormous, but there may be some preparations beforehand that must be considered. In the above example concerning the AAA, the patient may be asked to refrain from ingesting food for several hours prior to the test. They may also be asked to wear loose clothing that can quickly be removed to allow the technician easy access to the abdomen. These are not difficult instructions to follow and most do not find them uncomfortable in any way. However, if fasting is not a pleasant activity, maybe it would be a good idea to take a snack along to enjoy as soon as the procedure is complete.

When it is time to initiate a Lifeline Screening, schedule an appointment with the screening facility nearest your location. You will be asked to provide answers to some medical history questions, but that should not be difficult. At this time you will be given instructions about how to prepare for your screening. Just follow those instructions and you will soon have the answers to questions about your health.

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About

 

Capitol Anesthesiology Association was established in the year 1973. It is located 3705 Medical Parkway, Suite 570 Austin, TX. Since its establishment, it has grown and developed to become one of the largest associations of physicians who specialize in the private practice of anesthesiology. The association comprises of eighty physicians and one hundred and thirty certified registered nurses who strive to provide the best anesthetic care possible.

 

Services

 

Anesthesia administration is done by the qualified physicians who perform the administering in not only a safe way but an effective way too. You can be sure of experiencing no pain or anxiety during your surgery and after the procedure. The three major anesthesia classifications available include the General Anesthesia, the Regional Anesthesia and the Monitored Anesthesia Care (MAC).

The general anesthesia causes you to be completely still and unconscious. This kind of anesthesia is used for the extensive surgeries. It calls for advanced monitoring.

Regional Anesthesia is used to control sensation of pain post operation to a particular region of the body, usually the lower abdomen, legs or the arms.

Monitored Anesthesia care is administered for operations done on soft issues.

Other services provided include pediatric anesthesia for toddlers, obstetric anesthesia for pregnant women during delivery and cardiovascular and thoracic anesthesia used in persons undergoing cardiac surgery.  More related articles on crunchbase.com.

 

Community Involvement

 

The Capitol Anesthesiology Association, besides offering high-quality anesthetic care to its patients also, supports various philanthropic organizations. The practitioners donate their time and their skills to various mission groups that provide underserved areas in the world their medical care. The organizations supported include Austin Smiles, Dell Children’s Surgical Global Outreach (DCSGO), Eels on Wheels, Operation Smile, Children’s Medical Center Foundation, Family Eldercare and Partnerships for Children.

You can always count on Capitol Anesthesiology Association for the best anesthetic care regardless of the procedure you are to undergo.

To know more about the CAA’s group of Professionals, visit this website.