SONIC SPRINGER LTD  - PROFESSIONAL ULTRASOUND SERVICES.

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What is Ultrasound?


Ultrasound is a safe, non-invasive and does not involve radiation.  The Sonographer passes a hand held probe over the body of the skin which makes images of the internal anatomy.  The probe works by emitting high frequency sound waves


How long does the ultrasound scan last for?


Most ultrasound scans last from 15 minutes to 30 minutes.  This can change depending on the complexity of the scan.


How safe are the ultrasound scans?


Ultrasound scans are extremely safe as they are non-invasive.  There are no known risks with ultrasonography scans


Who will perform the ultrasound scan?


We are a small professional team of ultrasonograpers who have many years of experience in the ultrasound arena in both the private and public sectors.  Patient care and detailed imagery are at the forefront of our work.


Preparing for an ultrasound scan?


The majority of ultrasound scans require no preparation but this will depend on the area which we are requested to scan.  Some scans involve fasting and other require you to drink water to ensure that your bladder is full.  You will be advised if any special preparation is required.


What happens when I arrive to have the ultrasound scan?


The Sonographer will meet and greet you and answer any questions you have, after bringing you into the examination room.  Our aim is to ensure you are as comfortable as possible while we explain what happens during the scan.  


When you are ready for your scan the sonographer will place a small amount of ultrasound gel on the area to be scanned and then the probe will be passed over the area severla times.  The probe will be pushed firmly over this area in a slow but gentle action.


The sonographer will be looking at the images the probe is producing on the monitor.  These images are recorded and a report will be generated.  At the end of the scan the ultrasound gel is cleaned up and that is the end of the examination

Ultrasound Frequently Asked Questions