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Frequently Asked Questions About Ultrasound Scan
What is an Ultrasound?
Ultrasound is an non-invasive imaging technique that uses sound waves to capture live images of our internal organs. As it does not use any kind of radiation, ultrasound is done during pregnancy to examine the health of the fetus.
Ultrasound is also generally called as Sonography or USG scan.
How is it useful?
Ultrasound is an effective tool to examine almost every part of our body to detect and diagnose various conditions such as swelling or pain and other medical disorders in inner parts of our body. It is commonly done to examine the following body parts
- Brain in Infants
- Blood Vessels
Apart from this, it is most commonly done at different stages of pregnancy to examine the health of fetus.
How should I prepare for the scan?
The preparations required for an ultrasound scan varies depending on the study and the body part that is examined. In case of ultrasound abdomen, you should fast for at least 8 hours as the food particles may block the sound waves and does not show clear picture.
In case of bladder examination, the procedure requires full bladder to obtain detailed information. So you should drink more water and hold urine until the completion of procedure.
It is advised to consult with your doctor regarding the preparations for your ultrasound study prior to the procedure.
How is the procedure done?
Ultrasound uses high frequency sound waves to obtain images of our internal organs. The sound waves will be sent into our body by a device called transducer. It then collects the echos that bounce back after hitting the organs and sends it to a special computer to process into images.
You will be asked to change into a gown with the body part that is to be examined exposed. A technician will apply a lubricating gel on that body part to avoid any friction while rubbing transducer against the skin. The live images can be seen on a computer screen.
Normally, ultrasound scan takes up to 30 minutes to complete the entire procedure.
What are the risks involved in ultrasound scan?
Ultrasound scan does not use any radiation or magnets to obtain information like other imaging technique. There are no side effects or risks involved in an ultrasound scan.