B-ultrasound is a painless, non-destructive, and non-radioactive diagnostic method. It is welcomed by doctors and patients. It is a medical examination item that patients often come into contact with in the course of medical treatment. diagnosis method. So, how does the B ultrasound machine work?
B-ultrasound is a common method of medical diagnosis that has emerged in recent years. Because of its painlessness, non-destructiveness, good reproducibility and low cost, it is widely welcomed by doctors and patients and is widely used in medical diagnosis. Compared with other diagnostic methods such as CT, B-ultrasound does not have radiation, so it is often used for pregnancy testing. It can be said that the B ultrasound machine is an indispensable instrument for almost all hospitals.
Veterinary B-ultrasound is a monitoring method for observing live animals without any damage and stimulation. It has become an indispensable monitoring instrument for veterinarians in animal diagnostic activities. It is widely used.
Once you are pregnant with your baby, you will inevitably undergo various inspections. We often hear about B-mode ultrasound, color Doppler ultrasound and the like. MRI seems to be less done by pregnant women. However, there are some expectant mothers who have performed MRI tests. Which one is better, MRI and B-mode, do these two tests have different effects on the fetus?
CT and magnetic resonance each have their own indications and have their irreplaceable advantages. The two are complementary. For example, for craniocerebral disease and nervous system examination, magnetic resonance examination is usually sufficient, but for patients with traumatic head fractures, cerebral hemorrhage and other patients in the acute phase CT examination is preferred.
B-ultrasound is a method of ultrasound, a non-surgical diagnostic test, and is generally used in clinical applications. There is no pain, no damage, no radioactivity to the subject, and they can be checked safely. B-ultrasound can clearly show various cross-section images of various organs and surrounding organs. Because the image is full of solidity and is close to the true structure of the anatomy, the application of ultrasound can make a clear diagnosis early.
The baby's heartbeat is a dynamic value, and it is not static. Relatively speaking, the fetal heart rate measurement results are relatively stable, and the B-ultrasound has a large fluctuation, because the fetus may be stimulated and the heartbeat will accelerate. When B is overtime, the fetal heart rate data will always change, as long as it is within the normal value range.
It is normal that the results of the B-ultrasound and the fetal heart rate monitor are different. Monitoring the baby's fetal heart rate at different times is different, and the B-ultrasound monitoring of the fetal heart rate is only a few seconds. Monitoring can detect for a period of time, and the fetal heart is affected by whether Baoma's breathing is smooth and the posture is comfortable. The results are only within the normal range.