||HiB, Hep B (Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine,
Hepatitis B vaccine)
||Diphtheria, Tetanus, Acellular Pertussis (whooping cough)
||Inactivated Polio Vaccine
||Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Vaccine
||Prevnar (pneumonia vaccination)
||A test for the presence on tuberculosis.
||Varicella Vaccine (chicken pox)
||Complete blood panel. A blood panel showing white and red
blood cell counts.
||A urine test which looks at sugar levels, protein levels,
and indications of infection.
||Cervical cancer screening done yearly in women over 18
||More extensive screening for precancerous lesions of the
cervix. Biopsies are taken at this time.
|Dilation & Curettage
||A scraping of the uterine lining for the removal of new
growths or other abnormal tissues to obtain material for tissue diagnosis.
||The destruction of unwanted material using a heated
||The use of cold, such as liquid nitrogen, in the treatment
||A device worn by patients for 24 hours which records heart
beat rates and patterns. Physicians view the data looking for abnormal
||A fiberoptic light is inserted into the colon allowing the
physician to examine the colon. Tissue samples of any abnormalities can be
taken and certain abnormal items may be removed.
|Upper GI Endoscopy
||A fiberoptic light is inserted through the mouth and
lowered slowly down to the stomach allowing the physician to examine and
take tissue samples of any abnormalities in the esophagus and stomach.