Five Reasons Why a Veterinary Mobile Ultrasound Imaging Service May Be Right For You
You may have already heard of Mobile Sound Wave Imaging Technology and its capabilities. We already know that it is capable of much more than just detecting blockages and tumors. It is now used for more varied purposes. This type of ultrasound technology has already found application in several fields. The following are just a few of them.
o Diagnosis of illness: “This is one of the most important uses of mobile ultrasound imaging service. Doctors rely heavily on these diagnostic tests. This diagnostic test helps them to detect any abnormalities in the human body. It gives them information on the location and the condition of the problem when they go in for a physical examination. The doctors will then be able to treat the patient faster if there is something amiss in the system.”
o Provide advanced first opinion abdominal screening services: “We carry out high-quality, non-invasive, wireless diagnostic testing of the abdominal organs such as spleen, liver, colon, kidney, pancreas, appendix and vena cava. Our sound wave imaging services are based in the UK and are capable of providing quality results to our clients. We have a network of capable, trained and experienced ultrasound technicians. We also offer sound wave imaging service based in the Worcestershire.”
o Diagnostic testing for feline patients: “CT scan and MRI scans are common diagnostic tests carried out in the Worcestershire providing advanced first opinion for feline patients. These diagnostic tests are used to detect any abnormalities in the organs such as heart, liver, lungs and brain. When there is something unusual, the animal should be sent for a specialist who can carry out the necessary treatment. If there is any abnormality, a cardiologist or otolaryngologist would be called in. They would carry out a complete study of the animal to assess the cause for the abnormal situation.
o Advanced imaging systems: “We use state-of-the-art equipment for all types of scanning. We have many state-of-the-art mobile diagnostic and clinical computer workstations. Our fully integrated instrumentation and state-of-the-art machines help us to provide accurate diagnostic and treatment services for our cat patients.” Said Dr. Shahid Mughal, Director of Mobile Ultrasound and Acoustic Imaging, Rush-Laxadi veterinary hospital, New York. His clinic also has an outpatient surgery facility for feline facial injuries.
o Veterinary medical imaging: “We believe that ultrasound technology provides the most comprehensive means of viewing any type of disease or injury on the skin surface. This diagnostic method is useful in evaluating the skin folds of cats. The ultrasound images show pictures of the ear openings, nose, eyes, eyelids, cheeks, jowls, chest, legs, tail tip. Moreover, these images can also be recorded for further reference in case of need.”