Ultrasound is a non-invasive procedure which can be used to assess the health of organs, soft tissue, blood vessels and many others. Ultrasound examinations are cost effective and patient-friendly. With the technological advances that have been made in relation to ultrasound equipment, we can now provide an ultrasound service that is truly mobile.
The potential of ultrasound technology is not yet fully realized. Rapid innovation in digital imaging and knowledge processing coupled with advances in information technology place ultrasound in a strong position to play an even greater role in healthcare in the future. We feel that the provision of a complete service - high quality equipment operated by qualified, experienced and competent personnel in a quality-controlled environment - will ensure that the needs and expectations of the healthcare market are met.
2 D M Mode
Preg Single Fetus
(under 14 wk)
Preg single or
Multi 1 st tri
Preg single fetus complete
Preg single or Multi 1 st tri
Preg limited Follow Up
Biophysical profile w/o NST
Duplex Carotid Arterial Lower Arterial Upper Single Level ABI Multi level pressures with doppler
Venous Bilat. Ext. Venous Unilat. Ext. Venous
Abd Limited (lvr,gb,pans,spleen) Kidneys/AO (retro) Kidneys/AO (retro)Limited
Vein Doppler Extremity Soft Tissue Bladder (pre & post void)
Pelvic (transabdominal) Pelvic (transvaginal)
What are the benefits
A Report from AIUM: 3D ultrasound knows who you are
Three-dimensional diagnostic ultrasound could be used for physiologic biometrics and positive individual identification, according to a study presented Monday at the AIUM meeting.
Dr. Ganesh Narayanasami and colleagues from the University of Michigan's radiology department used a conventional 3D ultrasound scanner to collect anatomic and physiologic features of human fingers. After repeated scanning tests on several volunteers, the investigators found a number of anatomic and physiologic features that were unique to each individual. They discovered that heart rate, body temperature, and blood pressure measured by B-mode and Doppler imaging showed a number of identifying characteristics not visible with conventional gray-scale scanning. Gray-scale, compound, and color-flow images from fingers were coregistered using special software. Three-D color flow revealed unique spatial vascular characteristics as well as heart rate and peripheral flow indicators that were tested before and after the subjects participated in mild physical exercise. This physiological information along with fingerprint images can provide reliable personal identification in hospitals, schools, and other public and private institutions, Narayanasami said. Ultrasound fingerprinting can be obtained from inexpensive fingerprint sensors that are already commercially available.