What is an example of screening?
Examples of Screening Tests:
Pap smear, mammogram, clinical breast exam, blood pressure determination, cholesterol level, eye examination/vision test, and urinalysis.
What is screening in laboratory?
Screening refers to a preliminary test that yields a qualitative “Positive or Negative” result. Screening can be conducted with a rapid test or using laboratory instrumentation (EIA, EMIT). Both rapid tests and lab screens use the same testing technology, called immunoassay technology.
What is screening and its types?
There now appear to be four main aims of screening, although seven terms are used to describe them: case-finding, mass screening, multiphasic screening, opportunistic screening, periodical health examination, prescriptive screening, and targeted screening.
- What is an example of screening?
- What is screening in laboratory?
- What is screening and its types?
- What is the screening process?
- What are the uses of screening?
- What are the types of health screening?
- What are the types of screening tools?
- What are the different types of screening equipment?
- What are the four concepts of screening?
- What are the main principles of screening?
- What is the difference between screening and diagnostic?
- What are the characteristics of a screening test?
- What is screening for disease?
- How do you evaluate a screening test?
- What is screening test in school?
- Why is early screening important?
- What is the purpose of screening a child?
- What is the difference between observation and screening?
- Why is observation screening important?
- What is early screening?