Immunization is the process whereby a person is made resistant to an infectious disease, typically usually by the administration of a vaccine. The agent in a vaccine stimulates the body’s immune system to recognize the agent as foreign, destroy it, and “remember” it. In this way, the immune system can more easily recognize and destroy any of these microorganisms in future encounters.
A test of skin sample for diagnosis of infection, skin disorders and cancer.
A device for producing a fine spray of liquid, used for example for inhaling a medicinal drug. You can use nebulizers with a variety of medications, both for controlling asthma symptoms and for relief right away.
Intrauterine Device (IUD) Removal An intrauterine device (in tra U ter in device), or IUD, is a small, T-shaped device. It is placed in your uterus by your health care provider to prevent pregnancy, to reduce heavy menstrual bleeding, or to help reduce painful menstrual cramps or pelvic pain.
Incision and Drainage of Skin Abscess
Incision and drainage is the primary therapy for cutaneous abscess management, as antibiotic treatment alone is inadequate for treating many of these loculated collections of infectious material. Most localized skin abscesses without associated cellulitis can be managed with simple incision and drainage and do not require antibiotic treatment.
Laceration repair mends a tear in the skin or other tissue. The procedure is similar to repairing a tear in clothing. Primary care physicians, emergency room physicians, and surgeons usually repair lacerations.
Trigger Point Injection
A trigger point injection can help soothe muscle pain, especially in your arms, legs, lower back and neck. It also can be used to treat fibromyalgia, tension headaches and myofascial pain. Trigger points are painful “knots” in your muscles. They form when a muscle can’t relax. Sometimes you can feel these knots when you rub your muscle. Injecting small amounts of anesthetic and steroid into the trigger point can help alleviate the pain.
A blood glucose exam measures the glucose levels in your blood. Glucose is a type of sugar. It is your body’s main source of energy. A hormone called insulin helps move glucose from your bloodstream into your cells. Too much or too little glucose in the blood can be a sign of a serious medical condition
An analysis that includes various tests to examine the urine contents for any abnormalities that indicate a disease condition or infection.
Lipids are molecules that contain hydrocarbons and make up the building blocks of the structure and function of living cells. Examples of lipids include fats, oils, waxes, certain vitamins (such as A, D, E and K), hormones and most of the cell membrane that is not made up of protein.
Body Mass Index
Body Mass Index (BMI) is a person’s weight in kilograms divided by the square of height in meters. A high BMI can indicate high body fatness. BMI screens for weight categories that may lead to health problems, but it does not diagnose the body fatness or health of an individual.
CDC (Complete Blood Count)
Checks for increase or decrease in blood cell counts.
Tympanometry refers to a test that helps in the evaluation of the proper functioning of the middle ear. The middle ear is positioned behind the eardrum, also known as the tympanic membrane. The test seeks to establish the condition and movement of the tympanic membrane as it responds to changes in pressure.
A group of tests that assess how well the lungs work by measuring lung volume, capacity, rates of flow, and gas exchange.
- Immunization Administration
- Skin Biopsies
- Nebulizer Treatment
- IUD Removal
- Incision and Drainage of Skin Abscess
- Foreign Body Removals
- Suture and Suture Removal
- Vaccine Administration
- Skin Biopsy
- Repair Laceration
- Warts Removal
- Toenail Removal
- Laceration Repair
- Skin Tag Removal
- Trigger Point Injection
- Glucose Exam
- Urine Analysis
- Body Mass Index
- CBC (Complete Blood Count)
- EKG with Interpretation
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