A Paramedical Examination:
- is performed by a Registered Nurse.
- generally takes about 30-45 minutes to complete
- may be conducted in a Medical Clinic, or at the applicant’s home or workplace
depending on location and availability of qualified Lifescreen personnel.
A Paramedical Examination has 2 parts:
- medical questionnaire (medical history of applicant and immediate family)
- physical examination.
During the physical examination, measurements will be taken of the applicant including:
- blood pressure
- chest and abdomen.
A urine sample will also be required at the time of the examination. Clients will need to drink at least two glasses of water prior to the appointment to ensure they are well hydrated. Urine is tested for Blood, Sugar and Protein.