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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

Ultrasound Prep

Patient may take necessary heart or blood pressure medications with a sip of water at routine times before any exam. 

Drink (3) three (8) ounce glasses of water 30 minutes before exam. 

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.

Kidney only:
No prep required

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