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Synonyms for screening

the display of a motion picture

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fabric of metal or plastic mesh

the act of concealing the existence of something by obstructing the view of it

testing objects or persons in order to identify those with particular characteristics

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com)-- MyMedicalShopper, the leading NH provider of healthcare price transparency solutions, today announced new study findings that reveal massive price differences for some of the most common medical procedures such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), cholesterol screenings, and chest X-rays.
Preventive Services Task Force recommends regular cholesterol screening for men aged [greater than or equal to] 35 years, women aged [greater than or equal to] 45 years, and men aged 20-35 years and women aged 20-45 years who are at an increased risk for coronary heart disease (1).
1% from 1996/1998 to 2007/2008; the proportion of those with blood cholesterol screening within the prior 5 years increased by 8.
The study, which was conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, showed that more than 50 percent of women aged 20 to 44 years and nearly 75 percent of women aged 45 or older have a risk factor for CVD that indicates the need for cholesterol screening, based on CVD risks as defined by the U.
Another test that adds value to cholesterol screening is a high-sensitivity test for C-reactive protein (hs-CRP), a chemical that signals inflammation somewhere in the body.
Breast cancer screening and cholesterol screening were the most widely used services.
The nation improved on only one indicator, rising from "unsatisfactory" to "satisfactory minus" in cholesterol screening for women.
Those with diabetes were more likely to receive recommended cholesterol screening and blood glucose testing.
In addition, the study found that one-third of American youths are good candidates for cholesterol screening based on their body mass index (BMI).
Nurses will perform blood pressure and cholesterol screening.
The post provided a cholesterol screening, a cardiologist and a pediatrician spoke, and a personal trainer and a psychologist discussed stress management.
The number one method of early detection is a cholesterol screening.
The booths offering free cholesterol screening most often use a home cholesterol test, during which they prick your finger and boast results in just a few minutes.
Keywords: men's health, men, preventive care, communication, health education, patient-specific provider reminder tools, prostate cancer screening, cholesterol screening, loved one
When we combine the high-sensitivity CRP test with standard cholesterol screening, we can do a far better job of predicting who will ultimately go on to have a heart attack or stroke than if we had relied on cholesterol levels alone.
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