Application of Ultrasound in the Diagnosis of Reproductive System Diseases

The use of ultrasound in the diagnosis of reproductive tract diseases has greatly improved the accuracy of diagnosis and management of these conditions. Ultrasonography is a useful tool in the diagnosis of uterine fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, and other disorders of the female reproductive organs. It can also be used to guide procedures such as biopsies and surgeries.

One of the main advantages of ultrasound is that it is non-invasive and does not use ionizing radiation. This makes it a safer choice than other imaging modalities, such as x-rays or computed tomography (CT). Ultrasonography can also be used to obtain repeated images of the same area over time, which may be useful for monitoring disease progression or response to treatment.

So in Kalstein we have the ideal equipment, since it has a high resolution 15.1″ color LED backlight display, with high contrast and wide viewing angle, the touchscreen is optional. Display mode: B, 2B, 4B, B/M, M

Image Storage: 4G hard drive for permanently storing around 5000 frames of images.

Ultrasound Scanner Operation

An ultrasound scanner is a medical device that uses sound waves to examine the inside of the body. The waves emitted are reflected back into the body’s structures and returned to the device, which are then converted into an image that the doctor can examine for problems.

There are different types of ultrasound scanner, which is used depending on the area of the body to be examined. For example, if the doctor needs to examine the heart, a special scan called an echocardiogram will be used. If the abdomen needs to be examined, a scan called an abdominal ultrasound will be used. Sometimes other terms, such as sonogram or ultrasonography, are used to describe the same procedure.

The ultrasound scanning procedure is very safe and does not require any special preparation. The examination takes 30 to 60 minutes, and people can go home immediately afterward. It allows doctors to see the inside of the body without making an incision. This means that the procedure is less invasive and safer for the patient.

Ultrasound Scanner for Anomalies

Ultrasonography is usually a very safe and well-tolerated procedure. However, there are some potential risks, such as false-positive results, that can lead to unnecessary anxiety or surgery. It is important to discuss the risks and benefits of ultrasonography with your health care provider before undergoing the procedure. It is usually done using a transducer, which is a small handheld device that emits and receives sound waves. Sound waves are converted into electrical signals, which are used to create images of the body’s internal structures.

There are two main types of ultrasound images: vaginal ultrasound and abdominal ultrasound. Vaginal ultrasonography is typically used to evaluate the uterus and ovaries, whereas abdominal ultrasonography can be used to image the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, and other structures in the pelvis.

And at Kalstein we have all the equipment necessary to meet the diagnosis of diseases that require this type of study. It has:

Transfer the current frozen image to the network workstation with a single key to complete your image text report and print directly.

The built-in battery can run about 3 hours.

Software to test the General, Obstetrics, Gynecology, Vascular, Cardiac, Small Organs, MSK, Joint, etc.

Ultrasound scanner brand Kalstein

At Kalstein we are manufacturers of the best Ultrasound Scanner on the market and at the best prices, they correspond to the YR series.The technology with which our equipment operates, allows us to obtain 100% sharp and color images. Volumetric 3D images. Compression Elastography. Elastography Using Transverse Waves.

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