Sound waves are used in venous ultrasonography to create images of the body’s veins. It is frequently used to look for blood clots, particularly in the leg veins, which is a condition known as deep vein thrombosis.
Ionising radiation is not used in ultrasound, and it has no known negative consequences. A venous ultrasound examination could include a Doppler ultrasound study.
Doppler ultrasonography is a unique ultrasound technology used to assess how materials move throughout the body. It enables the physician to observe and assess the body’s arteries and veins’ blood flow.
Specifically used to assess blood flow in veins, venous Doppler ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the veins in your body. This test is frequently performed to look for blood clots or other venous problems.
An experienced expert uses a transducer, a handheld device, to deliver sound waves into the body after applying a gel to the skin over the area being checked.
The transducer detects the sound waves after they have reverberated off the blood cells in the veins and transforms the signals into pictures that may be seen on a monitor.
A venous Doppler ultrasound can help your doctor evaluate whether your veins are blocked or narrowed, the position and size of any blood clots, and the overall health of your veins.
This test is frequently used to diagnose deep vein thrombosis (DVT), varicose veins, and chronic venous insufficiency.
The Global Venous Doppler ultrasound market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
EagleView Ultrasound announced its wireless portable ultrasound device, which allows for more freedom in ultrasound imaging while also making the point-of-care solution more inexpensive.
EagleView dual-head ultrasound is a wireless ultrasound probe that works with an iOS and Android app to connect to a tablet or phone.
It functions as a linear probe ultrasound, convex probe, and phased array ultrasound probe all at the same time, thanks to the inclusion of many types of ultrasound transducers.
With a simple flip, it can switch from deep to shallow scans. Vascular, MSK, abdominal, cardiac, gynaecology, obstetric, urology, renal, and lung are among the 15 specialties offered.
Furthermore, 5 modes are available without the need for membership: B-mode, M-mode, Colour Doppler, Power Doppler, and Pulsed Wave Doppler.
As an ultrasound probe for iPhone and Android phones, this point-of-care ultrasound machine is easy to transport and use because it eliminates all cords and connects over WiFi.
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