U/S - Triplex Scan
It has a large screen LCD 21,5
10.4 touch screen and customizable short - cuts
Supports 13 converters covering frequencies
up to 16MHz (linear), and optical fields
up to 220 ° (intra-abdominal, wide angle)
Supports a large linear fingerprint converter
(larger than 50mm) and a small hockey
At Elvetiko Diagnostic Center we have a modern Siemens ACUSON NX3 Elite machine.
The Siemens Acuson NX3 Elite is a mid-range and multipurpose ultrasound machine, which is designed to cover a wide range of applications. It is a test that uses high-frequency waves, they are transferred to the understudied area, and then this sound is reflected and returns to the machine to give us the final image.
Ultrasound has no X -rays, it is not an invasive examination and contains no risk according to today's medical data.
Thanks to the wide variety of effective detectors, the NX3 Elite offers great support for embryonic, abdominal (including liver), pediatric, small parts (small organ), superficial, musculoskeletal and urological applications.
The abdominal ultrasound can detect abnormalities that may exist in the liver, kidneys, pancreas, etc.
The subtle intra -abdominal head of the ultrasound unit achieves the depiction of the uterus, ovarian and prostate with high definition.
U/S - Triplex Scan Exams
- U/S Upper abdomen
- U/S Pelvis
- U/S Musculoskeletal
- U/S Molecules of the Head (Thyroid)
- U/S Breasts
- U/S Scrotum
- Thyroid Biopsy
- Breast Biopsy
U/S - Triplex Scan Tests performed
Scanning of upper and lower extremity arteries or coronary artery bypass grafts.
Upper and lower extremity vein scans for deep vein thrombosis, superficial thrombophlebitis and varicose veins.
Double-sided scan of arterial inflow and venous outflow of ventricular, pelvic, lumbar and/or retroperitoneal contents.
Scan for dialysis access (including arterial inflow, access body and venous outflow).
Renal artery scan.
Scanning of the abdominal aorta.
Scanning of the iliac arteries to detect Compression Syndrome (May-Thurner Syndrome).
Scan for Exclusion Chest Syndrome.