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Vascular ultrasound

Vascular ultrasound

What is the ultrasound examination?

The ultrasound examination is a painless test that uses sound waves. Ultrasound devices use high-frequency sound waves to generate images of internal organs and vessels.

A gel is applied to the skin for the examination, which facilitates the penetration of the sound waves, at the end of the examination it is removed and no trace remains. The examination itself is carried out with probes of different frequency specifications that during the test touch and move to the skin of the examined area.

The ultrasound examination is used when changes in the heart (echocardiography), cerebral and peripheral arteries and veins are suspected. Our ultrasound devices are of high resolution, providing the unique opportunity for precise examination of muscles, joints and nerves.

The Center’s specialists are qualified abroad to inject drugs under ultrasound control into muscles, joints and nerves. This allows precise access to the affected area while avoiding damage to surrounding healthy structures.

During the ultrasound examination, you have the opportunity to be consulted by our specialists about the guiding symptoms and results of previous examinations and to receive adequate treatment.

Can I go back to work and are there any side effects after the ultrasound?

You can return to work immediately after the examination. The ultrasound waves used do not have any damaging effect on your body.

After injecting medication under ultrasound control, you may experience slight discomfort at the injection site, as well as minimal bruising of the skin.

If you suffer from conditions affecting blood clotting or take medications that reduce the ability of blood to clot (anticoagulants), such as the medication Sintrom, please inform us and call 02/4444455.