Heart Ultrasound

Also called an Echocardiogram

An echocardiogram is an ultrasound that uses sound waves to produce a 2 dimensional image to make pictures of your heart and help your doctor identify important information about your heart.

Echocardiogram will tell your doctor:

  • The size and shape of your heart
  • The thickness and motions of your heart walls
  • The hearts pumping strength
  • The heart valves health status, including regurgitation (backflow of blood) or stenosis (valve narrowing)
  • Abnormal tumor or growths
  • Blood clots or abnormal fluid
  • Abnormal holes in the heart chambers
  • Dilation or problems with the large blood vessels inside of the heart.

How to Prepare for a Heart Ultrasound:

  • Test can take up to 45 minutes to complete.
  • No preparation or restrictions are needed.
  • may eat and drink as you normally do.
  • There are no risks, this test cannot harm you, and there are no side effects.

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