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The GE LOGIQ E9 Ultrasound provides a remarkable level of ultrasound quality and can provide a more confident diagnosis as a result; while ensuring the highest standard of care to every patient in every exam.
All female sonographers
All examinations are performed by sonographers who are certified by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS)
Scan Assistant reduces your exam time
Trophon EPR High Level Disinfection System cleans all tranducers used
An ultasound has no radiation, and therefore, this exam does not pose a radiation risk to pregnant women and children
Patient may take necessary heart or blood pressure medications with a sip of water at routine times before any exam.
Renals/Kidneys/Bladder: Drink (3) three (8) ounce glasses of water 30 minutes before
Do not empty your bladder. a full bladder is needed for the exam.
Pelvic or Obstetrics (OB): Drink (4) four (8) ounce glasses of water 30 minutes before exam.
Do not empty your bladder. a full
bladder is needed for the exam.
Upper Abdomen (gallbladder/liver/CBD/kidney): Nothing to eat or drink 8 hours before exam.
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