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EKG:
An EKG is very useful in determining whether a person has heart disease. If a person has chest pain or palpitations, an EKG is helpful in determining if the heart is beating normally.

Blood Tests:
Our facilities are equipped to carry out investigative procedures, which includes urine analysis, stool examination, and all culture growth test for fungus and bacterial infections.

Pulmonary Function Tests:
Tests used to evaluate lung mechanics, gas exchange, pulmonary blood flow, and blood gases and pH. They are used to evaluate patients in the diagnosis of pulmonary disease, assessment of disease development, or evaluation of the risk of pulmonary complications from surgery.

UltraSounds:
An ultrasound is a test which utilizes a high frequency sound wave similar to sonar. There is no radiation involved and the examination is painless. The test can take anywhere from 45 to 60 minutes. A small ultrasound probe is passed over the area to be examined while images are printed on hard copy to be kept in your permanent file.

EchoCardiograms:
This procedure uses sound waves to examine the size, shape, and motion of the heart, and is useful to diagnose abnormalities of the heart valves and to assess cardiac function.

Physical examination (School and Work related):

It is an examination of a person's body to determine his or her state of health or physical fitness.

Nerve Conduction Studies:
The basic concept of nerve stimulation is this: When a nerve is electrically stimulated a reaction should occur somewhere along the nerve itself. With appropriate recording electrodes, this reaction can be seen and the time relationship between the stimulus and the response can be identified.

Vaccination & Immunization
Travel Immunization:
Before deciding on travel sites and plans be sure to check out the following for information regarding possible health concerns (malaria, TB, and other disease breakouts or epidemic areas):

Travelers' Health: Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
The Blue Sheet (Health Information for International Travel)
The Green Sheet (Cruise ship inspection summaries)